Alberto Lloret


134 games reviewed
79.7 average score
80 median score
55.2% of games recommended
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Sep 15, 2020

Vanillaware keeps being faithful to its own style, and now surprises us with a different adventure, 2/3 visual novel, 1/3 strategic combat game, but with a flawless visual style, a solid sci-fi plot and strategic combats with a nice touch. Maybe 13 Sentinels it's not for everybody, but if you have a taste for different dishes, you will love it.

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Sep 3, 2020

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 moves between the old and new like fish on water. It offers the same control, the iconic levels and the gameplay we used to love, but with a new and shiny body, that offers more options than ever. It's not perfect, but it's the skate game that lots of us were expecting.

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82 / 100 - CARRION
Jul 23, 2020

Carrion is an interesting metroidvania that starts from a different and interesting idea (you're the monster), that horror films lovers and metroidvania games fans will enjoy. Even with its wonderful pixel art, great ideas and wonderful progression, the final chunk of the game and some minor elements prevent the game from ending with a bang.

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77 / 100 - Kingdom Majestic
Jul 14, 2020

Kingdom Majestic it's a compilation that reunites both Kingdom sucessors, offering a very delightful mix of micro management and strategy that runs away from complex menus and control schemes,

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An adventure that, like the original, you won't know if it's a joke. You'll love it, or hate it. Unpolish, rough around edges... but still an adventure unique on its own ways. If you connect with it, you'll enjoy it till the end, with a delightful script, crazy situations that will hook you on and all the crazyness you can hope from Francis York.

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Jul 3, 2020

Catherine Full Body on Switch it's the very same game that we saw in 2019, with a little less graphical detail (appreciable especially when playing on TV) and slighty longer loading times. The rest is as enjoyable as on PS4, especially if you love weird & puzzle games, and haven't joined this love triangle before...

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Trails of Cold Steel III it's another great port to add to Nintendo Switch's library, but if you haven't played the previous two games (not available on Switch), you can miss important story details. If that's not the case, be ready for a long adventure that will leave you wanting more... and in the middle of an interesting cliffhanger.

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74 / 100 - Railway Empire
Jun 23, 2020

A game than simulation managers will love, and especially classic train lovers, that offers some interesting ideas, very well adapted to Nintendo Switch and very polished in some aspects, like the spanish voiceover. But if you came here looking for great graphics, forget about that. What it's worst is that it also has random crashings.

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Jun 4, 2020

Shantae returns with her best adventure, at least in the technical side, with some original ideas (like the card system), but at the same time being faithful to the original formula. An entertaining metroidvania that will enjoy, in first place, longtime series' fans, as will the newcomers.

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Jun 1, 2020

Three great adventures masterfully ported to Nintendo Switch. They only missing feature is they're not running at 60 fps, but the rest is on spot, showing an adaptation on par with the PS4 and Xbox One remasters. Also, keep in mind that if you buy it, physical or digital, you will need a big microSD, because the download is quite big...

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