Matheus Ricardo Uihara Zingarelli


42 games reviewed
77.8 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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90 / 100 - Moss
Aug 13, 2018

Moss is yet another great example of how Virtual Reality can enhance traditional game genres, whether they are first person or third person games. Creating such a dynamic and creative exploration of the environment, as well as establishing a strong connection with Quill in such an immersive and engaging way are qualities that only Virtual Reality could provide. A sequel, bigger and as good as this first volume of Moss, is more than obligatory.

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Jun 6, 2018

Yoku's Island Express innovates by combining pinball mechanics to platform and metroidvania genres, blending them in a unique and fun way. Despite focusing too much on pinball and having few moments of action (that, when occur, are well-made and creative), the game has an interesting story and a dazzling world to be explored.

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70 / 100 - Audio Beats
Apr 15, 2018

Audio Beats brings rhythm games to Virtual Reality platforms, presenting great mechanics that explore well the virtual space. However, offering only five tracks to play is disappointing, and for that, Audio Beats is more of a proof of concept than a full game. If future updates including more content were to be offered by the developers, Audio Beats will become a great addition to the PlayStation VR library.

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The third and last installment of The Pillars of the Earth invests heavily in its narrative, bringing a cohesive closure to the story, filled with struggle, surprise and emotion. On the other hand, this also results in little interactivity for the player, limited to making dialogue decisions and a few opportunities for exploration. As a whole, the game is a positive recommendation due to the beauty in its art and good story, a bold adaptation to the epic saga created by Ken Follet, changing events and even the destiny of some characters when compared to the original work.

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68 / 100 - Island Time VR
Apr 3, 2018

Island Time VR is a survival game with easy gameplay mechanics and quick matches, which can easily become chaotic if the player is not careful. Even though it is an entertaining experience, the game offers a limited amount of activities that can be done, becoming a title to be played occasionally for a short period of time or in the company of a group of friends.

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The second book of The Pillars of the Earth brings a fast pace to the story and shows that, not only the construction of the cathedral is growing, but so are the dangers lurking around the characters. Decisions made by the player may change some story plots when compared to the original book, even taking unexpected directions. The game itself also changes important parts of the story, with absences and superficial treatment to some themes that may not please fans of the book.

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75 / 100 - The Inpatient
Feb 3, 2018

The Inpatient is a first-person horror game for PlayStation VR that takes place decades before the events of Until Dawn. Although the story takes place during an important time in which the origins of the enemy from the original game are explained, The Inpatient touches superficially on those events, focusing more on a psychological terror and in its own narrative - you are a patient in Blackwood Sanatorium, suffering from amnesia and blackouts, trying to understand how and why you are there. While the game has great graphics and good moments of horror and tension, sometimes it gets tedious and is relatively short, not justifying the high launch price.

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This season ends with a cheesy episode, but it is entertaining during its last part and provides a closure to most of the story plots. Overall, the second season of Minecraft: Story Mode has brought a surprisingly good combat system and boss battles, however, the decisions made during the campaign had a minor relevance when compared to the first season.

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77 / 100 - Obduction
Dec 17, 2017

Obduction is a great first person puzzle game, developed by the makers of Myst, thus being a spiritual successor to this game. The player will find clever and challenging puzzles within a mysterious world that gradually reveals a dense and intriguing story, all of this followed by a great art direction, creating stunning and complex environments. Unfortunately, performance issues and lack of optimization bring constant stuttering and a long loading time, being a source of anger and frustration after some time. The delay in fixing these problems and bringing an expected update to the PSVR overshadows the many qualities of the game.

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Dec 14, 2017

A Walk in the Park is the expansion for The Surge that takes the player to explore CREO World, an amusement park inside CREO's facilities. Just like in the main game, something went wrong and the new region is destroyed, with its employees acting hostile - including the park's mascots. Although it does not include any structural change or new mechanics, there is a fair amount of new enemies and a good deal of weapons, armor and implants that make the expansion worthwhile.

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