Roberto J. R. Anderson


6 games reviewed
90.8 average score
92 median score
100.0% of games recommended
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Even if it is mostly the same game we had on the PS4 and PC, it still shines and the abundant new content mantains it fresh. And even if its visuals do not reach what we saw on the other versions (which is logical), it gets close and it is an adaptation with great merit for the Switch.

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Jul 25, 2019

The academic theme suits Fire Emblem very well. Developing the potential of our charismatic students, we feel like authentic teachers, and fighting with all these characters in such epic and deep battles, after shaping them in the classroom, is a real joy.

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86 / 100 - Yo-Kai Watch 2
Mar 31, 2017

It's the same formula as in the first game, but this time we have much more content and many more things to do, including online battles. Yo-kai Watch 2 consolidates this franchise as the best alternative to Pokémon.

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‎Using the GamePad as if it were the Camera Obscura we liked a lot, although it is better used in Off-TV mode. Otherwise it does not bring novelties to the saga, but perfects the formula to offer a worthy delivery. Too bad it arrives in English.‎

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Sep 2, 2015

‎Simple to create, fun to play. It lacks the multiplayer and other details to reach its full potential, but it's clear that it's going to provide us with infinite fun with thousands of cool levels based on the best 2D Mario.‎

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Nov 28, 2014

‎It's everything we expected and more. Whether it's played by one person or eight, its magnificent gameplay and extensive content are a guarantee of hundreds (or thousands) of hours of fun. The biggest must-have on Wii U.‎

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