Bruno Ricardo Gessner


7 games reviewed
74.6 average score
85 median score
57.1% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - Gravel
Mar 4, 2018

Gravel succeeds in delivering an excellent arcade experience packed with a robust career mode, along with the best of classic and modern off-road cars, a diverse list of tracks and sceneries, and a simple and satisfying gameplay.

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95 / 100 - Project CARS 2
Sep 24, 2017

With Project CARS 2, Slightly Mad Studios did not aim to simply improve what its predecessor had achieved. Even with some performance issues, the huge amount of tracks and cars, great physics system and a gorgeous sound design make Project CARS 2 the best and most complete racing game ever made.

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95 / 100 - F1 2017
Aug 24, 2017

F1 2017 is even better than its predecessor, something that can be considered quite an achievement. The expanded career mode is the key point of the game, and the return of classic cars adds even more to the whole package. All this and the refined gameplay makes F1 2017 the definitive experience for F1 addicts.

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Fallen Ghosts is another unnecessary expansion to Ghost Recon Wildlands. While it's still fun to play, due to the lack of innovation of its content, it should have no cost at all.

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97 / 100 - DiRT 4
Jun 17, 2017

In DiRT 4, Codemasters not only managed to improve what was already great at DiRT Rally, but the addition of new game modes like Joyride and Landrush brought a more casual feeling to the game, along with the possibility of choosing between two different drive modes, for casual players and simulation lovers. The cars and locations pleases all tastes, and the track creation is something revolutionary for rally games. Thus, DiRT 4 is easily one of the best and more complete racing games ever made.

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Apr 29, 2017

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is not necessarily a bad game. The shooting and platforming mechanics are good. But performance issues, such as bugs that make distant enemies simply vanish, the unreliable and totally corruptible checkpoints and save systems, plus ridiculously long loading screens, along with shallow story and characters with no charisma at all, make Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 a suffering experience.

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Narco Road isn't that bad, but it clearly seems out of purpose to the Ghost Recon series' roots: the tactical combat and stealth mechanics. All of the content is focused on vehicles, which still is more hard to drive than a wagon pulled by a cripple mule. That and its high price make Narco Road completely avoidable.

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