Matheus Ricardo Uihara Zingarelli


42 games reviewed
77.8 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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60% - Deliriant
May 29, 2017

Deliriant is more like an interactive artistic experience than a game itself. There isn't much to do besides exploring a house of the 1970s and observing its objects and furniture, in an attempt to understand the story they hold. For patient players, the game opens up to different interpretations, which may involve themes like abuse, neglect and dreams given up due to other responsibilities in life (whether planned or not).

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Jun 2, 2017

Bringing an unusual proposal, Oh...Sir! The Insult Simulator allows the player free to duel against a CPU or another player in a competition for the best insult. Sentences are based on humor and fun, instead of heavy swearing. It's a casual game that entertains in short sessions, given the small roster of characters and scenarios.

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Between ups and downs, we arrive at the end of the third season of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. 'From the gallows' is an episode that provides constant fear for the life of each character, which will be put in critical situations. The Garc'a family has a closure in their journey; however, the game ends with a loose end that will upset some players. It's obvious the story will continue, either by an epilogue DLC or as a beginning to a fourth season.

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70 / 100 - Arizona Sunshine
Jul 6, 2017

Arizona Sunshine is a game developed for Virtual Reality devices that was well acclaimed on PCs. The release for the Playstation VR, however, brings an inferior experience, partially due to the tracking technology of the PSVR, which suffers with occlusion problems and interference from other light sources. One of the highlights of the game is the way players aim and shoot, which is very similar to real life. The game has a campaign mode with a good length, but the player will probably enjoy and spend most of the time in the Horde mode, facing infinite zombie waves.

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90 / 100 - Serial Cleaner
Jul 11, 2017

Bringing an unusual proposal of being the person responsible for cleaning the mess left by criminals, Serial Cleaner is an isometric stealth game well-polished and entertaining. Each stage has a clever level design, responsible for creating moments of tension and the necessity of a good timing in cleaning the scene while dodging the field of vision of guards. Besides the campaign, which holds a good story, there are also bonus levels and a variety of challenges, contributing to hours of fun. The soundtrack is amazing, with each level having a well-fit theme, wrapping up a highly recommended game.

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Jesse and friends return for another season of adventures throughout the world of blocks of Minecraft. In a period of relative peace, the Order of the Stone use their time to deal with administrative duties, with adventures being relegated to second plan. The situation changes when Jesse and Petra investigate a mine and a prismarine gauntlet gets stuck on the protagonist's hand. The story takes longer than it should to get interesting, which happens only towards the end of the episode. New players can start their journey from here, since (unfortunately) decisions from last season only bring subtle and aesthetic changes, and important characters appear for a short moment or are briefly mentioned.

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90 / 100 - SUPERHOT (VR)
Jul 25, 2017

What was already an excellent game reaches a new level with virtual reality. Superhot VR is a very entertaining and immersive title that, based on a simple idea, manages to deliver levels well designed and elaborated, placing the player in critical situations, where each movement is precious. Although tracking is not always perfect, the freedom of moving your hands and even your body is satisfying, especially when you feel like a hero in Matrix, gracefully dodging bullets in slow motion. It is a must-buy to every PSVR owner.

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78 / 100 - Tiny Trax
Jul 30, 2017

Tiny Trax brings nostalgia to older players by recollecting the fun provided by slot-cars from past decades. Although easy to play, the game takes time to be mastered until the player feels comfortable against an AI that almost never commits a mistake. There is little variety in tracks and cars, however, each track is unique and surrounds the player in a fun and immersive way, taking advantage of virtual reality.

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80 / 100 - Theseus
Aug 6, 2017

Theseus has some elements and characters from the greek myth 'Theseus and the Minotaur' in order to create its own narrative, adding philosophical reflections on the perpetual cycle of life and death, good and evil. It is an example that third-person games work well in virtual reality, albeit there's still room for improvements and refinements in order to avoid weird angles. The player should keep in mind that the focus here is on the narrative, with a small touch of exploration and a combat with basic mechanics. The game has colossal environments and the figure of the Minotaur is terrifying, making this experience, yet short, very positive.

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78 / 100 - Eliosi's Hunt
Aug 18, 2017

Eliosi's Hunt is the debut title of TDZ Games. Inspired by games such as Crash Bandicoot and Metal Slug, it mixes action and platforming in extremely challenging stages that will put the player's skills to the limit, being a rewarding experience. There's an interesting mechanic at checkpoints, in which players have to choose between saving their progress or receive a bonus on speed. It is a clever and tricky feature, with checkpoints placed on critical locations. The campaign tends to be short, but collectibles and other challenges give it a good replay value. It is a fair package given its small price and the good amount of challenge and fun provided.

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