Filipe Da Silva Barbosa


49 games reviewed
65.3 average score
70 median score
36.7% of games recommended
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Dec 5, 2019

Based on the PSP version of the game, Star Ocean First Departure R is first and foremost adressed to the new players. It has some nice improvements though such as the ability to double the game's speed, new illustrations for the characters and a fully new japanese voice acting by the original cast. However, the high price of the game, combined with the absence of the sequel, The Second Story, is questionable.

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As an adaptation of the world-renowed french comics, Ast'rix & Ob'lix XXL3 does quite the job but the levil design in general lacks of inventiveness, especially in co-op mode. The solo mode is not very engaging either because we can't give orders to the second character, not to mention that the AI is very defective.

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Nov 17, 2019

Far less linear than most of the JRPG at the time, Romancing SaGa 3 might be confusing at first but it's for the benefit of a large leeway for the player. Already pretty in 1995, the graphics of the game are polished in this remaster. It remains feeble though, as it doesn't provide any intersting new features.

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Oct 29, 2019

Bone of contention among fans, Resident Evil 5 is unexpectedly the best selling game of the franchise. Regardless of this, the Switch edition of the title is very satisfying, since it's quite as beautiful as the original game but in a portable device this time. It also contains all of the DLC and the multiplayers modes of the Gold Edition released on the other consoles of the market.

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Oct 21, 2019

Driven by an exquisite and eclectic soundtrack, Felix the Reaper is a fun and challenging puzzle game. Too easy or too difficult depending on the way the player makes use of the cheats, this title may not delight all fans of the genre but it's rather likeable.

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Baldur's Gate I & II Enhanced Edition is nothing more than a port of the remasters previously released on PC, clustered in one single cartridge for the Switch. The content is massive, as all the expansions are part of it, but the series deserved a little facelift.

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7 / 10 - 39 Days to Mars
Oct 7, 2019

39 Days to Mars succeeds as a one-hour coop game whereas the solo experience is quite frustrating, due to the way the puzzles were conceived. The art direction is a treat though and both characters are true witty british clich's.

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Sep 30, 2019

Developped as a tribute of the arcade classic Smash TV, Galaxy Champions TV is quite enjoyable during the first hours. Unfortunately, the lack of variety really impregnates the game, resulting in the player to look away eventually.

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Sep 18, 2019

Far too flawed from a technical point of view, Daemon X Machina is also quite redundant in the long run. The Arsenal is really enjoyable to control but that's pretty much it.

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8 / 10 - Dicey Dungeons
Sep 6, 2019

Under its goofy premise, Terry Cavanagh's new production is a very well designed title. Really strategic and offering a huge display of combinations, Dicey Dungeons can also be a little frustrating as we can win or lose on a roll of a dice.

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