Alberto Lloret


63 games reviewed
78.2 average score
79 median score
44.4% of games recommended
Scores 6.4 higher than average

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Alberto Lloret
Apr 19, 2019

The touch screen options, the removal of PC's autosave feature and other adjustments, aside from playing it in georgeous portable mode, make this Nintendo Switch's version the best of all that have been released as a Remaster, and the most faithful to play the original versions, even if it had to make some sacrifices in the visual part.

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92 / 100 - Cuphead
Apr 18, 2019

Cuphead's Switch port is, let's put this simple, BRILLIANT: it mantains the wonderful graphics of the Xbox One/PC version, with no sacrifices, and most important, all that made it a special game (coop, high difficulty level...). It also adds little improvements, like character selection or spanish translation, that rise the bar even a little more.

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82 / 100 - Katana Zero
Apr 18, 2019

Katana ZERO it's a beautiful and speedy action game that made interesting choices, both in mechanics and narrative... but is falls short in lenght and always left the feeling that it could have gone even farther, with some mechanics not used at full. The 12 levels left 6-7 gameplay hours as much, but it's kinda replayable thanks to the decissions.

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75 / 100 - Dangerous Driving
Apr 9, 2019

Dangerous Driving it's like returning to the very first Burnout: say goodby to the open world and its awesome graphics, and be ready to embrace the old fashioned events on classic circuits. It retains the variety type o races, the takedowns,... but without the polishment that make us fall in love with this arcade formula.

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Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists can be a dissapointment to the series' fans, as it left behind its main focus (RPG) to embrace the management of a city, with simple and routinary mechanics. What's worst is that even if it includes most of the main characters from the series, it doesn't use them in all of its full potential...

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Mar 27, 2019

Yoshi's Crafted World not only change wool by cardboard to offer a charming plaform game: it goes beyond offering a "collect-a-thon" with a extremely varied levels, full of surprises and distinct gameplay mechanics. A very enjoyable game with local coop and a magnificent example that remind us that in 2D gaming, not all is done yet.

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75 / 100 - Unravel Two
Mar 22, 2019

Unravel Two lands on Switch losing a little bit of its visual quality, but gaining the possibility of share its gameplay in any place and moment (portátable mode included). It doesn't have new content, so if you played it when it was launched last year, you won't find anything new. It's the very same charming platform game with physics puzzles..

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68 / 100 - Left Alive
Mar 8, 2019

Left Alive it's a tough game, hard and even unfair (because of the enemy's IA), with a non very responsible control, a questionable checkpoint system and other shortcomings, even from the technical side. Mechas, stealth, action... neither of its elements shine completely. But, even with that, it has "something" that can hook you up to keep playing.

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Alberto Lloret
Mar 4, 2019

Kirby Extra Epic Yarn follow the steps from other recent 3DS ports like Luigi's Mansion: pick up the original game, add minor extras... and enjoy a second life. An idea that seems fair to us, if it's nicely done, as is the case. Maybe the new content falls short, but the original game was very enjoyable... and it keeps delivering.

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80 / 100 - APE OUT
Feb 28, 2019

Ape Out breaks its cage with an amusing aesthetics and a wonderful and jazzy soundtrack, both of them procedural generated. In some way, it plays like Hotline Miami, with its own ideas, and a constant feeling of urgency. A game with an owerhelming personality, that even shows up when our ape dies, in a memorable and stilysh death recap screen.

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Alberto Lloret
Feb 26, 2019

As the song in the film, "everything's not awesome" with this one (camera, screen tearing...), but it still delivers a ton of content and a solid promise of fun if you plan to play it with a kid, In some ways, it's a more open-world-focused offering than other LEGO licensed games, that brings back some ideas lost in LEGO Worlds.

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Alberto Lloret
Feb 21, 2019

Intruders Hide and Seek is, probably, one of the best games from PS Talents, the spanish videogame incubator project from PlayStation, at least from the production values: graphics, sound, art, PS VR usage... A hide & seek game with a mortal twist, well executed, but far from perfect: it's a short game (2-3 hours), with long loading times...

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78 / 100 - The King’s Bird
Feb 12, 2019

As N++, Super Meat Boy and other games alike, The King's Bird focuses on control and gameplay over story. Gain "momentum" and use it to glide and rush through the levels it's the key to complete the game and conquer the online rankings. It's a challenging experiencie, f you're the kind of player that loves speedrunning gaming.

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68 / 100 - Anyone's Diary
Feb 6, 2019

An interesting VR proposal that convinces on the audiovisual and the narrative way to tell its story, but it suffers technical shortcommings and bugs (we had to restart some chapters a couple of times)... Nothing that cannot be fixed with a patch. It's not a long experience: the end can be reached in an hour (3 more runs to get all the trophies).

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Alberto Lloret
Jan 22, 2019

The Hong Kong Massacre is an intense and gratifying experience that Hotline Miami's fans and lovers will enjoy the most. It has its flaws (low-res videos, difficulty peaks at some points, gameplay repetition...) that draw it from being a must, but VRESKI's first game delivers with strong visuals, rhythm and challenge.

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Alberto Lloret
Jan 7, 2019

If you love retro arcade action games, and more precisely, Ghost'n Goblins wannabes, you'll love Battle Princess Madelyn. Maybe the adventure mode it's a bit harsh, not for everybody's tastes and with a high difficulty level... but if the Capcom classic it's among your all time favorite games, here you'll find a worthy heir for Capcom's legacy.

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89 / 100 - Tetris Effect
Nov 9, 2018

Some games have a personal feeling, and that's the case of Tetris Effect. If you loved the aesthetics, sound and gameplay similarities that Rez and Lumines shared (like every action has a sound effect that impacts the soundtrack), then Tetris Effect it's for you. An original and refreshing way to renew a mith that keeps entertaining big time.

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89 / 100 - Rogue Legacy
Nov 5, 2018

An uber fun "rogue lite" wonderfully crafted by Blitworks' always virtuous hands for Nintendo Switch. An entertaining game that, even without adding new content, stills amazes with its gameplay, originality and humour. If you're looking for more "Dead Cell's" gameplay-wise, this is the real deal (and even, more humorous).

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73 / 100 - Gal Metal
Nov 2, 2018

Gal Metal it's a fresh offering in the musical genre... but some areas are a little bit ¿weird? Only classical music (with a rock paint coat) or the detection errors from the Joy-Con, ruin part of the joy. Also, the "too much" japanese adventure touches, and social elements, take the player far from the core (feel like a drummer).

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89 / 100 - Pixel Ripped 1989
Oct 15, 2018

A nostalgic trip to the 80s that will make the oldest players remember feelings from the past. An original concept (play a handheld inside a virtual game) that homages, with a great sense of humor, lots of clichés and games that grew with us. A little wonder that only last 2-3 hours, but it's so genius that you will remember it for a long time.

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