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 - 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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