Thomas Pillon


173 games reviewed
69.4 average score
70 median score
56.6% of games recommended
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4 / 10 - Witchcrafty
Jul 27, 2021

Witchcrafty is one of the very last games of the PS Vita. The game is shipped unfinished, with tons of collisions, IA and damage bugs which change at every run. To enjoy this visually charming sorcery adventure, you will have to cope with the dark forces of randomness working against you.

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8 / 10 - Death's Door
Jul 23, 2021

Death's Door is a nervous action game that transcends Acid Nerve's old formula. Thanks to a clever difficulty, fights with brandnew situations, a rewarding exploration and a beautiful soundtrack, Death's Door is the perfect well-balanced experience of this summer, despite a very light pathfinding.

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The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD is a constant fight between good and evil : if the game now makes the most of the 60 fps/HD display and a mostly muted Fi, the classic controls are not easily transposables to a simple controller, and most of the already-outdated game design flaws of the 2011 game are still there.

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Jun 23, 2021

This HD Remaster of Legend of Mana is a strange experience, somewhere in-between : with beautiful and wide landscapes, and a brilliant musical score, the game also offers some old and sometime repulsive gameplay mechanics, especially for newcomers. Legend of Mana is still a good '90s game, but it clearly needed more reflexion to match today's standards.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is as expected a strong next-gen upgarde on an already great game. Its 60fps animation and extra chapter makes it all the more delighful. Too bad you had to wait for it to see the true ending. Not fair, Square Enix

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Jun 8, 2021

Thanks to its gorgeous visuals and deeper narrative, Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart arises the series to a new level. With many locations to enjoy, a lot of weapons to try out and many, many collectibles to find, everyone should find a good reason to embark on this bidimensional journey, even though the obvious collision bugs are still way too present.

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7 / 10 - Sludge Life
Jun 2, 2021

Sludge Life is a strange but kind of hypnotic experience, between graffitis and social strikes, using its free exploration to deliver an in-between subtext. If the low-poly visual approach do not repulse you, this like-no-other ride sure offers a few hours of raw discoveries and disturbing encounters.

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Despite the prospect of discovering the green lands of Ireland, it's hard to get excited after a dozen hours spent on The Wrath of the Druids: this first expansion of Assassin's Creed Valhalla is content despite a handful of novelties to recycle the formula of the main adventure, which may quickly tire those who have already completed it. While waiting for the Siege of Paris, which we hope will be much more inspired, we will advise the conquerors to go quietly to their business, waiting for better, less misty days.

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There is No Game Wrong Dimension is a delightful and very funny point'n click, which offers various parodies of different genres, takes to a well played narrator, and very clever and meta puzzles. If you like to laugh, play this (non-) game.

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9 / 10 - Fez
Apr 20, 2021

On Switch or not, Fez is an incredible experience, strong and deep like very few games do. Whether you already played it somewhere else or not, Phil Fish's game is a must-have and did not aged a bit, even in 10 years.

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