Miguel Reyes


67 games reviewed
80.3 average score
80 median score
52.2% of games recommended
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84 / 100 - Dead Rising 4
Dec 5, 2016

Dead Rising 4 is easily the greatest game of all the franchise. It basically offers the same and addictive concept from the previous games but with many corrections, changes and additions that refreshes the overall experience. It doesn’t matter if you are veteran fan from the series or someone who is just starting with it, the game will make you understand the delight behind killing hordes of zombies.

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Dec 19, 2016

Hollow Realization is easily the best game based on the SAO Series; however its far from perfect. Albeit it offers a functional scheme of controls, a rich world to explore and an ambitious relations system, its weak and boring story, confusing menus and poor character AI make this game a hard test for all those die-hard fans. If you are a desperate gamer then maybe you will have a difficult time with this game; if you prevail all of its flaws, then you will get rewarded with a game that overflows with personality and fanservice.

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Ultimate Marvel vs.Capcom 3 is just a mere port of the game that we already played in PS3 and Xbox 360. Is that a bad thing? Not necessarily. Unless you were expecting a drastic revamp from the original title (which would be something silly), you will get the same frantic and agile gameplay that many are still enjoying nowadays.

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone es the best compendium of any Miku games and songs to date. With more than 220 songs to play, a ton of unlockable costumes, great visuals and music vids, and easy controls but challenging gameplay, this game assures hours of fun to all of those who buy it, specially Miku fans. The only letdowns? That veteran players could feel that there isn't anything new that they had already saw in previous Project DIVA titles and the lack of a portable version.

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90 / 100 - Yakuza 0
Jan 19, 2017

Yakuza 0 is, simply put, the best game of the series and one of the best examples of how a franchise should evolve through the years. It offers an incredible story, fantastic and fresh gameplay mechanics, a rich and lively world plagued with ton of things to do and enjoy. You cannot pass this one by any means.

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86 / 100 - Tales of Berseria
Feb 8, 2017

Tales of Berseria is, simply put, one of the best entries in the series. Its dark an emphatic story and additions to its familiar gameplay, turns this game in one fresh experience. Albeit it has flaws like a story with ups and downs or a linear design in all of its dungeons and map sections, this game offers so much content that will guarantee dozens of hours of entertainment. It is a game that every fan of the genre and franchise should try without exception.

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Road to Boruto is a great expansion. It offer the correct amount of content and presents it in a creative way that justifies a return to the game. However, be aware that it doesn’t last too long and that it lacks any new gameplay mechanic; don’t expect any surprise aside from its story.

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Feb 19, 2017

Digimon World: Next Order its one of the clearest examples of how a series can age badly. It offers a really monotonous and tedious gameplay that takes time to develop and arrive to the most important parts of the story. By the time you get to the best or most interesting sections, you will probably be annoyed by its repetitive mechanics and slower pace of development. Only diehard fans from the Digimon World series will have what it takes to stand and tolerate its flaws and value its well hidden contents.

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92 / 100 - Nier: Automata
Mar 6, 2017

NieR: Automata is one of the biggest surprises in the year and one hell of a game. It offers a diverse variety of genres in a well designed title with fluid and dynamic controls where fast-paced action never stops. On top of that, its full and rich cast of characters and well-set story makes this one of the most interesting projects we will see in 2017 and one game than no one can miss any any means.

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Mar 30, 2017

Episode Gladiolus its a really good and enjoyable DLC. The only big flaw it has resides, once again, in its camera which suffers from the same mistakes of the core game. Aside from that (and even with the fact of its linear level design) its one episode fans will enjoy and good excuse to come back to the game.

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