Thomas Pillon


148 games reviewed
69.6 average score
70 median score
56.1% of games recommended
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Oct 22, 2020

As expected, ScourgeBringer is a well-balanced and dynamic Rogue-lite. Thanks to a fast-paced action and a complete set of moves, Kyhra's adventure through this sometime repetitive but nervous environment makes us want to go for another run almost everytime.

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7 / 10 - I Am Dead
Oct 14, 2020

Ricky Haggett's I Am Dead offers a nice walk on a fictional island through the eyes of the recently deceased Morris Lupton, hoping to find a new Keeper to prevent a volcan's eruption. With it's dog Sparky and a clever mecanic of zooming into almost every item, house or people you can see, I Am Dead is a short but relaxing puzzle-adventure. We simply hoped the extra challenge was more rewarding.

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We thought that Crash Bnadicoot would never be the same iconic character he once was : we were wrong. this fourth episode brings back every fundation of the series, twisting it with the brand news quantum masks mecanics, to delivred a strong, rich, colorful and demanding entry to the series. Rooted in the late 90's, Crash just need to discard its old precision issues to compete with the big ones of the beloved platform genre.

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7 / 10 - Golf Zero
Sep 17, 2020

Golf Zero is a nice mix between hardcore platformer and golf, sprinkled with a humorous touch all along its 80 levels. Still kind of short, the game manages to constantly deliver new challenges and reasons to laugh, die, and try again.

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Sep 15, 2020

13 Sentinels : Aegis Rim dives us into a complex story, mixing heroes, periods of time and themes to deliver a love letter to japanese science fiction. Curiously, the game is strictly divided between phases, switching from narrative story-driven thumbnails to minimalist strategy fights, delivering a strange but satisfying experience for every Japan lover and 2D aesthete.

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7 / 10 - ALT254
Sep 9, 2020

Alt254 is a nice minimalist adventure, which let players freely explore a pixelated world, borrowing simple mecanics from masters of the genre. Despite a hard beginning, the game truly gives the feeling of exploration, and manages to tell a mysterious story through its graphical limitation, thanks to a well designed open world and clever puzzles.

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Sep 3, 2020

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 finally brings back the noise of a beloved franchise, after so many failed attempts. This remaster compile the arcade gameplay and the sillyness of two famous games to deliver a classic but loving experience for every fan of the genre. If only this duo turned into a trio, the party would have been perfect.

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Aug 6, 2020

Fall Guys : Ultimate Knockout is a grotesque battle royale dressed as a party-game, which gives hopes to 60 poor candidates to triumph over all the others every five minutes or so. Fun, colorful and justly unfair, Mediatonic's game just need to last the distance with new stages and a better interface with its second season.

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6 / 10 - Skater XL
Jul 29, 2020

First representative of a lost genre in years, Skater XL will clearly disappoint those who hopes for dense content. Clearly focused on its core simulation mechanics, the game offers a true experience of what skating might feel, but lacks on every other level, with very few stages, a meagre soundtrack and many technical flaws.

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Jun 30, 2020

Star Wars Episode 1 : Racer could have been a nice port on Switch, but the game still suffers from too many flaws to really satisfy. Fast and exhilarating, this Switch version seems unfinished, and features bugs, poping and clipping effects, without mentionning a horribly compressed soundtrack that does not justice to its brilliant composer.

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