Julien Hubert


21 games reviewed
72.9 average score
80 median score
57.1% of games recommended
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May 2, 2017

If you enjoy narrative-driven games, What Remains of Edith Finch is simply unmissable. The game takes the player on a weird and compelling family journey happening Inside the walls of a house that is explored with absolute fascination. The stories that are told are both beautiful and tragic, and are always told in imaginative ways. The game looks good with its mesmerizing and surrealist atmophere. And thanks to its high-quality storytelling, this little collection of macabre poems takes the player through a strange story that he will remember for a long time. Unless you are one of those "walking simulators"-hating gamers, you shouldn't miss out on What Remains of Edith Finch.

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Oct 26, 2017

If Assassin's Creed Origins is not perfect, it perfectly understood what it had to do to regain the hearts of the players and fans of the series. In addition to delivering the mysterious and fascinating ancient Egypt on a silver plate, in an absolutely gigantic open world, full of activities and secrets to discover, it succeeds in transforming its gameplay by brilliantly integrating RPG elements and completely renewing, with no less talent, its combat system. It will literally absorbs you for dozens and dozens of hours. Assassin's Creed Origins succeeds in taking care of its fans and its fundamentals, while starting its own revolution. We can only hope that the next episodes will keep this momentum.

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9 / 10 - Beat Saber
Dec 19, 2018

Beat Saber is, to put it simplye, one of the best VR games we have ever tried so far, and one of the coolest and most rewarding music games ever. The soundtrack is overall very good, but unfortunately a little bit limited for a game of its kind, and we could also regret the absence of an online VS mode, but no good reasons shall turn you away from this fantastic rhythm game, which is an instant classic for virtual reality.

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Oct 5, 2018

Astro Bot is a for VR platforming instant classic. In some ways, it is to virtual reality what Mario 64 was to 3D, as it uses a new technology to push new boundaries in the genre. We would have loved for it to last a bit longer though !

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9 / 10 - Tetris Effect
Nov 9, 2018

Tetris Effect is a musical puzzle game instant hit, a must have for anyone interested in this genre. Unlike so many versions of Tetris before him, it really transforms the formula to make a superb musical trip, and even some kind of sensory journey, able to get you into a second state. Its full compatibility with the PlayStation VR can also bring a higher degree of immersion and you should also try it this way. Apart from the surprising lack of a 2-player mode, we can't see anything wrong with Tetris Effect.

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8 / 10 - Abzu
Dec 25, 2018

Now ported on the Switch, Abz' is still a superb contemplative and meditative game that any fan of Journey should play.

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8 / 10 - Fast RMX
Mar 9, 2017

FAST rmx is an excellent racing game for the Nintendo Switch. It offers great sensations of speed and fine tuned gameplay... even if it stills suffers a lack of game modes, especially in online multiplayer.

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Oct 6, 2017

Forza Motorsport 7 is a very, very good racing game, providing absolutely brilliant driving sensations and superb graphics, but it still suffers some issues and a certain lack of originality and new ideas.

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8 / 10 - That's You!
Sep 7, 2017

That's You is what it takes: a very quick and fun way to spend 15 minutes of fun with friends or family.

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Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus is a very good puzzle / reflex game, for newcomers and veterans who have already tried the first game. It offers new rules that boost the gameplay and renew the fun, and this Switch version also adds a game within the game, with a very cool co-op mode. Since the game comes out at a low price on eShop, we see no good reason to avoid this sweetmeat, as long as you like frantic arcade games where scoring depends primarily on your reflexes and your smartness.

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