Matheus Ricardo Uihara Zingarelli


42 games reviewed
77.8 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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69 / 100 - Rain World
Mar 27, 2017

Do not be fooled by the serene music or a cute protagonist, Rain World is an extremely difficult and highly frustrating survival game. You will become part of the food chain from a hostile environment with deadly rains. Death will constantly follow your steps and progression will have a slow pace. Several secrets await to be uncovered, including game's own mechanics and objectives. If all of this enticed your competitive spirit, go for it; buy the game and be happy. Otherwise, stay away from all the stress. Above all, have in mind that you may face technical problems that may corrupt your save file.

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Despite not bringing any shocking moment, Above The Law keeps the good quality of this season of The Walking Dead. We find out that the New Frontier is not only a bunch of ill-tempered tattooed armed thugs, they have quite a peculiar way of organization. The scenes with Javi and David keep the player tense in choosing the dialogues and take unexpected turns. The story has a good progress and keeps the player curious on how it will resolve over the next episodes. Luckily, we hope our choices make more of a difference to what comes next.

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Apr 9, 2017

Blackwood Crossing is a touching coming of age story about overcoming losses. We watch two orphans siblings, Scarlett and Finn, in confrontation of emotions while they try to put differences aside and find again the strong bond that once united them, during a strange train trip filled with symbolism and surreal events. There's a strong focus on narrative, accompanied by puzzles of low difficulty. If you like touching moments, prepare your heart and embark on this journey.

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75 / 100 - Late Shift
Apr 18, 2017

Late Shift is an interactive movie of cinematic quality. Players have the power to decide what the protagonist should do next, shaping the narrative with their decisions and leading to seven possible endings. Every decision you take is shown seamless on screen, without abrupt transitions that may disrupt your immersion. It is an enjoyable thriller, even though some events may happen without so much development, making them hard to believe. For the same price of a DVD release, it is worth a shot.

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Apr 27, 2017

Symphony of the Machine is a zen VR puzzle, more focused on a soothing atmosphere and observation than on intense gameplay. With simple and intuitive controls, and its core mechanic based on manipulation of light, this could be an entry point for non-VR players, as well as a good entertainment for those more experienced. Despite being fun, the game is too short, which is why you should probably wait a price drop to get it.

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Telltale's third season of The Walking Dead had a great start, but it's getting worse every new episode. Thicker than Water is the weakest point in the story, bringing an unbalanced and inconsistent narrative. Its climax rests upon Javi's flashback, which reveals more about the relationship with his brother David. Remaining only one more episode to save this season, it's time to question if the series can hold another one, or if Telltale's formula is already saturated.

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May 1, 2017

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom is an ambitious action RPG, developed by a small indie studio that struggled a lot to make this project happen. There are several references to 90s animes as wells as JRPGs. The combat system is the highlight of the game, a mix of action and traditional fighting games, creating a dynamic environment and fast paced combat. The story ends abruptly, leaving the gamer wanting to know more about it. Despite some technical problems and graphic limitation, this is a game that provides several hours of entertainment and it's worth the purchase, supporting the developer into making sequels of the game.

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May 7, 2017

What Remains of Edith Finch grabs the player's attention until the end, to wonder what the hell happened with the Finch family. Along with Edith, the last Finch alive, the player experiences the last moments of various family members, going through different generations. Each memory fills in a tiny gap of the mystery, which, in the end, is not what matters the most. What's really important here are the rich experiences that each moment conveys, by means of the story itself or by the diversity of gameplay mechanics applied on each of them. It's a worthwhile title.

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90 / 100 - The Surge
May 16, 2017

Deck13 did their homework with The Surge. When compared to Lords of the Fallen, the developer's previous title, this new action-RPG has greater technical quality and is more polished. The game still has some inspiration on games from the SoulsBorne franchise, but it's good to see that the developer has found its own identity, bringing new mechanics that refresh the model created by FromSoftware. Combat is tactical, based not only on beating an enemy, but also on choosing which body part should be hit, being possible to remove pieces of armor that later can be added to your own arsenal. This is an action-RPG with a focus on the action part. The RPG aspects are a little bit simplified, but still detailed and deep enough to offer a personalized experience to the players and their character. Despite still having a generic protagonist and NPCs that you don't really care about, as well as places that can be a real maze to memorize, The Surge is a great game with high difficulty that should be on the radar for players who like real challenges and a sci-fi theme.

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65 / 100 - Spellspire
May 23, 2017

Spellspire has a nice concept and a creative gameplay, mixing a letter scramble game with quick battles. There is good diversity of items, equipment and enemies. However, since the game holds the same structure of its mobile version, with the absence of microtransactions, its qualities are overshadowed by an excessive grinding that discourages in the medium term.

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