Yann Bernard


43 games reviewed
72.8 average score
80 median score
58.1% of games recommended
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While Ni no Kuni : Wrath of the White Witch remains intact, and thus only gains mobility on Nintendo Switch, the PS4 and PC versions reveal subtle visual details from this truly magical piece of art. A great, classic JRPG, in every sense of the words, hereby presented through its ultimate rendition.

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6 / 10 - Sweet Witches
Aug 5, 2019

Inspired by venerable recipes, Sweet Witches taste good, but such charming flavours lack some depth to enchant arcade lovers long enough.

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Jul 25, 2019

In a word, grandiose.

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Jun 26, 2019

A new stone - solid and ingeniously carved - in the building construction "MarioWare".

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Just like hopeful rookies tend to imitate the champions' playing styles, possibly under the influence of ill-advised coaches, Tennis World Tour can make an impression. Because with hard work, good results come, then even prestigious sponsors as this Roland Garros Edition shows. But neither money nor efforts replace the talent and expertise needed to develop a really authentic approach - the secret of the greatests - hence Breakpoint's production appears limited to the role of a sympathetic (though expensive) sparring-partner, while waiting for better.

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Apr 25, 2019

Through powerfully puzzling ideas and a quite distinct cooperative, then extended adventure, HAL Laboratory drew inspiration from romanticism to turn Boxboy into a joyful bloc party with Boxgirl, showing that it gets even better together.

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7 / 10 - Silence
Apr 3, 2019

The blurriness displayed on the unexploited touchscreen in handheld mode shows that this Switch version is only a straightforward port. But such slight technical issues don't hinder the interest of this point and click adventure focused on the narrative through puzzles cleverly integrated, hence Silence definitely shouldn't stay quiet.

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While the reinforcement of (Every) Buddy might appear too light to have legitimately retitled this remastered port, such evolution not only strengthtens the combat system, but also softens the whole experience, which remains harsher than the smooth feathers of Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon suggest though.

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Thanks to the light (but sometimes rather dazzling) cooperative help of Toadette and a few level design jewels, Captain Toad : Treasure Tracker gets even more brillant with this DLC, somehow too episodically though. Its crown of puzzle-platformer king remains nevertheless absolutely deserved.

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5 / 10 - Claybook
Mar 14, 2019

Just like kids playing with plasticine, Claybook is good-hearted and full of creativity, but has more than often hazardous results. In other words, while the concept looks good, it's not well modeled enough concerning gameplay and ergonomics.

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