Matheus Ricardo Uihara Zingarelli


42 games reviewed
77.8 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - Doom VFR
Dec 10, 2017

DOOM VFR brings a new and exclusive campaign to Virtual Reality. Combat is still fast-paced and rewarding. Fortunately, motion sickness and visual fatigue hardly ever happen when played in small sessions. Enemies and most of the scenarios are well-known, but seeing them up close, in a scale close to real, provides a much more fascinating and terrifying feeling. While the game is playable with a pair of PS Move and Aim VR, I recommend using the good-old DualShock 4.

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Final Fantasy XV's spin-off, Monster of the Deep, is a fishing game that will surely please more the fans of the Final Fantasy series than any other player. Virtual Reality grants advantages to fishing, be it the freedom of movement or the immersion in the environment. However, casting is very difficult and counterintuitive, which takes a chunk of the fun. Graphics are presented in a level of details that the PSVR cannot deliver, which also adds up to an experience that could have been better.

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Nov 27, 2017

Skyrim VR is the best immersive experience that the player will get among the various versions already released of the game. The player will have the sensation of actually being in the northern cold lands of Tamriel, exploring its diverse and beautiful settings and interacting with NPCs. On the other hand, in terms of graphics, the game has inferior visuals compared to the remastered version. Using a pair of PlayStation Move as controllers is both liberating and frustrating, due to several tracking problems that greatly disrupt the combat, thus making this type of control more of an experience that entertains momentarily, but that inevitably will make the player stick to the DualShock.

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The fourth episode of the second season of Minecraft: Story Mode focuses again in its story, with scarce moments of action and exploration. In compensation, the main characters have a good amount of time for their development. It is not the best episode, but a good warmup for the ultimate battle against Romeo, the Admin playing antagonist in this season.

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80 / 100 - Just Dance 2018
Oct 29, 2017

With its interface and features redesigned, Just Dance 2018 brings a breath of fresh air to Ubisoft's dancing game, more modern, lean and accessible. The Kids Mode, a section specially designed to children, is a very welcome addition to the game. Even though this edition does not bring any incredible new feature, the small modifications, along with a set list very up to date and a generous three-month subscription to Just Dance Unlimited, justify the purchase.

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Oct 25, 2017

PlayStation VR is a flexible technology, open to innovations and different approaches on game development. The Invisible Hours is a title that takes advantage of the VR device to present an unusual game: an immersive theater in which the player acts as a ghostly presence, free to explore and observe a series of interwoven plots, all centered on the murder of Nikola Tesla. Combining historical and fictional characters in a murder mystery play, the story is very well written, resembling Agatha Christie's novels, and keeps the player engaged. With many events happening simultaneously, the player is encouraged to go back or advance on the story, in order to discover new facts by following the footsteps of different characters, which delivers several surprises and an unexpected end.

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Oct 1, 2017

The Solus Project is a survival game that mixes exploration with an entertaining space science fiction narrative. The player is the sole survivor of a spaceship crash, trapped in an unknown planet with a hostile climate, and needs to find food, keep a good body temperature, and seek shelter during various climate changes, while searching for a way to establish contact with the rescue team. To make matters worse, soon the player discovers that s/he may not be alone on this planet. Despite being developed by a small team, the game is surprisingly vast, with large areas to be explored and hundreds of secrets to be discovered, providing many hours of fun for a very affordable price.

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After revealing his true identity (so far), the Admin throws Jesse and the gang into a prison, surrounded by a maze full of bizarre mutations of the monsters from the Minecraft universe. Breaking out of this prison will bring new revelations and also a tough decision right in the middle of the adventure. Most of the episode focuses on developing the story, but the player is rewarded at the end with good moments of action, including a boss fight.

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73 / 100 - Factotum 90
Sep 18, 2017

Factotum 90 is a cooperative game for a single person, in which the player controls two robots alternatively, working together in order to solve several puzzles, seeking to restore the systems of a spaceship and find out what collided with its outer hull and caused the accident in deep space.

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Sep 6, 2017

Urban legends serve as a rich source material for horror stories. Don't Knock Twice is based on one, mixed with Slavic folklore to create a supernatural horror plot. It begins with clich' elements, but the story becomes interesting enough, with an unexpected twist towards the end. The game is compatible with VR and non-VR devices, but is definitively recommended to play it with the PSVR, as jump scares and moments of tension get a realistic feel, as well as interacting with the environment is much more intuitive.

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