António Branquinho


57 games reviewed
57.9 average score
60 median score
15.8% of games recommended
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9 / 10 - Cave Story+
Sep 1, 2017

Cave Story+ is a magnificent metroidvania style with emphasis on platforming action and which brings forth fantastic boss fights, a perfectly designed difficulty curve and overall, a charming and engaging adventure that is set to captivate newcomers and veterans alike. Even if Cave Story+ has existed in previous formats before, it is still a very recommended option to everyone.

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One of the best horror games in recent times and a compulsory element in the collection of anyone willing to be plunged into a world of fear where they have nothing to rely on other than their wits and a camera.

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Jun 29, 2016

Its originality, comical plot and artwork will capture the players' attention and its structure will make it seem like a perfect game for short sessions, which will eventually grow into very long sessions as the player goes back and forth between horse racing and Solitary games, with the development of the horse's characteristics in between.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole may be a tactical RPG but it's, first and foremost, a South Park episode turned into a game and which does a marvelous job at portraying the cartoon series. While its appeal will be far greater to fans of the series, the game possesses a wide variety of customization options for characters, as well as a respectable lifespan...even more, if the loading times are included in the process.

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8 / 10 - Death Squared
Jul 23, 2017

A fun and entertainingly chaotic puzzle experience is what Death Squared brings to its players, whether they choose to go solo or accompanied. Its very well designed (and plentiful) levels will keep everyone busy for a good amount of time and the more players join in the better, as Death Squared fully maximizes the experience with four players.

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Apr 13, 2017

Blaster Master Zero is everything a remake should be: it brings the original up to today's standards while fully respecting its contents and directions. This is a game that's easily recommended to not just 8-bit enthusiasts but to everyone who enjoys the Metroidvania style, as all the aspects of the original have been upgraded to satisfy today's audience while keeping the main assets of the original in force.

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Oct 12, 2017

Thimbleweed Park proposes an experience that is not common nowadays but which used to be abundant more than two decades ago and it works very well. The game is full of well designed puzzles, good sense of humour and an overall fun gameplay. It would be even better if it played more like a classic point and click adventure but Thimbleweed Park does its job very well and nobody will walk out disappointed.

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Jul 7, 2018

West of Loathing can be a striking, unusual experience. Its completely unassuming and bare simple art style does not reveal it immediately, but this is an adventure RPG with a plot that's full of humour and which encourages the player to always go further and to get mired in the many side quests and missions. Even if its combat system is not as compelling as one would like it to be, West of Loathing features more than enough to attract players receptive to its marvel-filled plot and events.

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Mar 7, 2018

The Fall Part 2: Unbound is a return to the formula of point and click games, this time with a sci-fi plot involving forms of artificial intelligence in a story that could somehow take place in the real world. Thanks to its quality writing, the plot really stands out as the main element of the game and this will certainly appeal to fans of point and click games, as well as to those who enjoy science fiction stories.

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7 / 10 - King Oddball
Dec 3, 2017

King Oddball stands apart from its counterparts and that's an asset in a genre where there are too many games featuring unoriginal content. Thanks to its different modes and balanced difficulty curve, King Oddball is certain to be a good recommendation for short gaming sessions on the Nintendo Switch, even if it will not convince those who don't like the genre to open up.

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