José Viana


28 games reviewed
72.1 average score
70 median score
39.3% of games recommended
Scores 1.3 higher than average

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
40 / 100 - Our World Is Ended
Apr 18, 2019

Empty, generic and even offensive, Our World is Ended misses the mark and wastes your time and money as a gamer. Well, at least it's pretty.

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José Viana
80 / 100 - STEINS;GATE ELITE
Feb 22, 2019

Steins;Gate Elite is a new version of one of the genre's biggest names. For a new release that has apparently taken half step forward and two steps back, it's still a great game with a surprising and incredible story.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Jan 5, 2019

London Detective Mysteria is cruel, vile and repulsive with the way it builds its romances at the cost of the protagonist's physical and moral integrity. It's hard to believe that the protagonist doesn't end the game extremely traumatized and is able to live her happy ending with whoever it is.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Nov 20, 2018

Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session is Bandai Namco's latest bet, that after over twelve years, brings the series back to the West, introducing to a new generation of players a fun, colorful and very traditional franchise.

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José Viana
90 / 100 - Death Mark
Nov 1, 2018

Death Mark is the perfect game for Halloween scares, or even for any fan that enjoys japanese horror stories.

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José Viana
80 / 100 - Punch Line
Oct 18, 2018

Punch Line adapts a great story to the consoles, but not without some minor flaws.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Oct 14, 2018

The Midnight Sanctuary isn't worth the gamer's time or money. Neither good or bad, there are better options available on the market to spend your time or money on.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Sep 25, 2018

428: Shibuya Scramble may have taken ten years to arrive in the West, but it tellls its engaging story like no other game in all these years.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
May 6, 2018

Trying on a different genre, Penny-Punching Princess brings an interesting premise, a brand new gameplay mechanic and not much else.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Apr 4, 2018

Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms is the second half of one of the most known stories of the genre. Despite being a quality title, it is a tough recommendation in a time of more interesting releases.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Feb 14, 2018

With a twist on the amnesiac protagonist trope, The Longest Five Minutes brings an unprecedented premise, but it doesn't save the game from blending into the crowd.

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José Viana
75 / 100 - Rabi-Ribi
Jan 23, 2018

With a generic premise and presentation, but inspired gameplay and exploration, Rabi-Ribi marks an interesting addition to the metroidvania genre on PlayStation consoles.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Dec 20, 2017

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows rides the wave from a horror standout from last year, but it fails to bring something new to the table and exaggerates in what made the first game so special.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana

A game like no other, VA-11 HALL-A perfectly sums up the niche created by the PlayStation Vita.

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José Viana
98 / 100 - Chaos;Child
Nov 18, 2017

Chaos;Child brings an amazing story to the world of SciADV titles, approaching a genre yet unseen by western players in this series. Despite having localization and a few structure issues, Chaos;Child is possibly the best visual novel released for console in the last few years.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Oct 10, 2017

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony literally stood by its name and kills any harmony that may exist at the beginning of the game. With a sorta new chapter for the series, prepare yourself to question everything and everyone up until the credits end, in what promises to be the biggest killing game of the franchise.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Sep 30, 2017

Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth brings closure to a story fifteen years in the making, delivering one of the best japanese trilogies of the last few years.

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José Viana
70 / 100 - Tokyo Xanadu
Sep 4, 2017

Tokyo Xanadu proves that Falcom can do no wrong, but at the same time, it proves that your strength is in celebrating what they've built through all these years and not in getting inspiration from other games.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Aug 29, 2017

Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition is a valuable history lesson, but unless you're really interested and curious for this infamous title, there are other current games that are better for players looking for engaging, exciting or even lasting experiences.

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PSX Brasil
José Viana
Jul 26, 2017

With an uninspired story, leaning on several cliches,relying on just a few aspects to stand out like the soundtrack and the art, The Caligula Effect is a game that's just worth checking out after the other, more interesting releases of the year.

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