Rodrigo Ribeiro de Oliveira


25 games reviewed
77.6 average score
80 median score
52.0% of games recommended
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Mar 28, 2019

One Piece World Seeker is at least ambitious. When trying to produce an open world game, Bandai Namco does not seem to have been willing to risk all the time and money that such a game needs to really come out complete and just did the bare minimum. They delivered a solid gameplay, but an empty, generic, open world game. A story was exclusively made for the game, but the main missions aren't captivating and diverse enough to catch your attention. In the end, the game looks like a half-done product, with a potential to be much better if they had given Ganbarion another two years of development.

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85 / 100 - Kingdom Hearts III
Feb 5, 2019

Kingdom Hearts III offers a visual spectacle, an epic journey and a worthy conclusion to patient fans. Old-fashioned elements of the franchise that already feel dated, such as camera problems and an unbalanced pace in story, are still present. However, there is much to enjoy here, with great gameplay, some of the best Disney worlds to date and a lot of epic moments. Kingdom Hearts III may not be a perfect game, but it's a worthwhile journey for those who waited so long.

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Sep 14, 2018

Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker has a good proposal in bringing the 4 player team missions of the manga/anime to the video games. But what could be a fun co-op online game, ends up falling into the sameness of the genre, bringing very little variety and content for players to keep playing the game.

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80 / 100 - Prey: Mooncrash
Jul 8, 2018

Prey: Mooncrash is a DLC that expands and enhances several elements of the original game, focusing on a roguelike gameplay of survival and stealth.

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Batman The Enemy Within is one of Telltale's best seasons by constantly surprising its interpretation of the Dark Knight's world. John Doe's journey into madness turns him into a multifaceted and fascinating character to accompany. Despite not innovating in its mechanics nor in the form of narrative and player choices, Telltale delivers a season that involves the player until the end.

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Feb 5, 2018

To say that the original Shadow of the Colossus is one of the most important and fascinating games of all time is to speak what many already know. But what few have yet discovered is how Bluepoint managed, like few studios, to visually rework a classic yet retain the same essence of what made it so important in its time. Even with some flaws from the original game, the experience remains true to the purists and modernized enough to be accessible to new players, with the studio reworking elements of the original in the right measure. The remake brings a work of art to a new audience on PS4, showing the melancholy and epic quest of Wander in a land of colossus to save his beloved. An unforgettable and unparalleled journey for new and old players.

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Nov 24, 2017

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is pure fun inside the Marvel universe, bringing dozens of obscure characters into an entertaining storyline that blends scenarios and situations from more than 75 years of Marvel.

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The fifth and final episode of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy solves the series' relationships, delivering a dignified ending to the story.

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Oct 27, 2017

South Park: The Fractured But Whole improves and does pretty much everything the former did well: it's funny as the animation, it has consistent and accessible mechanics that makes it a great experience for both franchise fans and those who just want a good strategy turn based game, showing that the Ubisoft San Francisco team is solid and managed to deliver a title that is not only a great South Park adaptation, but also an awesome game by itself. It's one of those 'more of the same' that we can not complain about.

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The fourth episode is the lowest moment of Peter Quill's group. Slightly slow in the beginning, the chapter has some important consequences for the pack, in addition to extremely relevant sacrifices, with a rise on the action at the end.

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