Alberto Lloret


157 games reviewed
79.4 average score
80 median score
54.1% of games recommended
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80 / 100 - The Climb 2
Mar 4, 2021

The Climb 2's new ideas and gameplay mechanics make it more varied and attractive, but without going too far from the first game's proposal. It's still a very enjoyable climing arcade game, with options, unlockables, rankings and achievements that will hook you up for a good amount of time.

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78 / 100 - Maquette
Mar 1, 2021

Maquette it's an interesting proposal, both in terms of gameplay (recursive worlds), and the way it tells the tale of a relationship. It's not perfect (frame rate issues, some puzzle design maybe are too complex and abstract...), but the precious message and the mark it will leave are, simply, magnificent.

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65 / 100 - Gal*Gun Returns
Feb 19, 2021

Gal Gun Returns it's the "softest" game of this ecchi oriented shooting arcade series. As a remaster of the first game, it lacks some options seen in the sequel, like the dating sim options, and it focuses on the shooting side. It's a simple game, but if you like its crazy proposal, you'll have a fun time.

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77 / 100 - PUSS!
Feb 10, 2021

PUSS! it's an ideal game for the ones that enjoy challenges and doesn't desist until acomplishment. A simple gameplay that anyone can master covered with tons of crazyness and trippy art. But that same virtues can be the biggest flaws for others, specially if you tend to feel frustrated by repetition or "silly" humour is not your thing.

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78 / 100 - Pang Adventures
Jan 28, 2021

Pang Adventures doesn't go too far from the original formula, but it adds enough novelties (weapons, types of bubbles...) to not feel the same. The best part it's the local coop, sharing Joy-Con with friends in its three modes. Maybe it falls short, but if you love challenges, here you will find some (online rankings included).

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Being a straight PS2 port, without any improvement, will be enough for lots of players to not touch it. But if you want to discover one of the earlier Quantic Dream's adventures, replay it or simply collect it, you can't miss it. It still has "something" that makes it unique, even if if has been surpassed on the technical and narrative sides.

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Dec 17, 2020

Jurassic World: Aftermath focuses its gameplay on one of the iconic scenes from the first film (the kitchen scene), making the stealth the main course and avoiding the raptors a chore you'll be repeating durint the 3-4 hours that lasts. It's slow and repetitive, you'll probably get tired very soon.

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Dec 11, 2020

Above and Beyond has its share of problems, like a campaign that feels like a bunch of disjointed scenes... but when it hits the right key, offers intense and unforgetable moments. Add the memorable content of the Gallery and fun multiplayer modes, and you've got a game that isn't perfect, that will be enjoyed by IIWW games lovers.

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Dec 9, 2020

It's not the best version of the game, but it's the best possible port for Nintendo Switch. You'll miss the 60 fps and see the visual downgrade if you've played it on other platforms... but if that's not the case (you don't have other console or PC), or just wanna play DOOM Eternal anywhere, you'll enjoy it like on the rest of platforms.

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Dec 8, 2020

If you don't have Xbox or PC, or simply wanna enjoy it in portable mode, Ori and the Will of the Wisps it's one of the greatest adventures of 2020, and now arrives in a neat physical edition that will let you treasure it with other extras like the ost and a bunch of postcards. A great conversión of a superb metroidvania.

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