Thomas Pillon


125 games reviewed
69.4 average score
70 median score
52.0% of games recommended
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5 / 10 - Bloodroots
Feb 27, 2020

BloodRoots is unfortunately not as fun as its initial promise would have made us think. Despite the undeniable fun given by the freedom of butchering your ennemies with an infinity of items, the repetitiveness of its gameplay mecanics, its un precise collisions and idle camera runs short after a couple of ours.

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Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy collection reminds us that the series did not shine at its brightest trying to move from action to story-based fiction. The six different games are still okay, but their original mecanics could have been tweaked a little to match the new video game standards.

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6 / 10 -
Feb 13, 2020

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo gathers the two Gundbird and Samurai Aces series into one friendly compilation. The danmaku genre is much more present here than in the previous Alpha version, which is a real plus for fans. Too bad the game still lacks real display and tutorial options once more.

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7 / 10 -
Feb 6, 2020

Kunai is a classic yet breathless metroidvania game, which capitalize on its strong action and fun narration. The sympathic Tabby and its variety of expressions is a bless to see, but the art direction suffers from its unflaterring minimalism, and endless boss patterns that grows on frustration.

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5 / 10 - 198X
Jan 29, 2020

198X is a true love letter to the old arcade genre : through a retro trip of five different mini games, Hi-Bit's celebration only manages to copy and paste tiny bits of classic ones. Thanks to a clich' narration, 198X does nothing but tell how good the past used to be, and how much the present suck. If you still possess the original, there is not much need to play this wanabee experience.

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Jan 23, 2020

Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha compiles six good to dispensables shoot'em up on a single Switch cartridge, giving curious players enough content to chains scores and playthrough. But despite some interesting scrolling options, the game lacks the most obvious features it needed to really please every fan of the genre.

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Dec 9, 2019

For its last platformer chapter, the Shovel Knight series let us play through the Monty Python King Knight, a wanabee king travelling the world to defeat its potential adversaries. Through this lovely pixel art adventure, the players will alos discover the Joustus, a card game within the game, for ever more fun in every tavern of this grotesque world.

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7 / 10 - Bloo Kid 2
Nov 20, 2019

Even though it sweats classicism through all its pores, Bloo Kid 2 offers a decent challenge for any platformer fan out there. With 60 levels filled with things to collect, there certainly is a little bit more than meets the eye.

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7 / 10 - House of Golf
Nov 13, 2019

House of Golf is a clever half-golf half-party game title which contains so much different courses that it will last long, alone or up to siw players, thanks to collectibles to find and a decent challenge that keeps increasing.

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Nov 11, 2019

Despite its trueness to the original comic books, Blacksad : Under the Skin is way too weak on a technical point of view to keep the adventure interesting until the end. Meanwhile a serious update to correct all the visible flaws, only the true hardcore fans should jump in.

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