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Felipe Mesquita


43 games reviewed
78.4 average score
80 median score
88.4% of games recommended
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5 / 10.0 - Submerged
Aug 3, 2015

Submerged has an interesting concept and artistic presentations very well built. Navigation and exploration are exciting at first until you notice the constant reuse of textures and similarities of some constructions. Some of the most different buildings cannot be climbed which is a bit frustrating. But the game's biggest downs are in the weak history and in the climbing mechanics, which presents no challenge at all and is extremely boring at some points. Despite some beautiful vistas the game has little to offer and I do not recommend it on its base price.

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8 / 10.0 - Volume
Aug 20, 2015

Volume merges its influences very well and creates a very fun atmosphere, provided by good puzzles and a great script. Most game design and rhythm failures in the story are forgotten by the addictive and simple gameplay. The map editor, the creations of the community and the desire to return to the main story maps, seeking to improve your completion time, give the game a great replay factor and represents the great package that Volume is.

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7.6 / 10.0 - Zombie Vikings
Sep 7, 2015

Despite some technical problems and an inferior single player experience in comparison to co-op, Zombie Vikings is a great beat-em-up that will give you a good few hours of fun and laughter, as the comical script confirms Zoink! Games as one of my favorite devs when it comes to writing in the last few years. The variety of weapons, enemies, and abilities of the characters encourage you to test all the possibilities in the gameplay. I recommend this for those who have some friends willing to try this adventure because the game shines much more in co-op. It is also extremely recommended to leave the game paused and just enjoy one of the best ''pause menu'' music I ever heard.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Klaus
Jan 21, 2016

Klaus is yet another example of the great 2D platformers to emerge from the indie scene of the last 10 years. Its interesting story adorned with well-crafted visuals and fun and varied gameplay is the perfect match for the genre. Despite some problems with its pace, it is highly recommended if some of your favorite games of recent years include Braid, Limbo, Super Meat Boy and Thomas Was Alone.

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8.8 / 10.0 - Firewatch
Feb 8, 2016

Firewatch has a fun and exciting storyline, with very interesting characters and well-constructed dialogues with humor and mystery. It is a game that goes beyond the basic premise of Walking Simulators and tries to add layers and give more depth to the gameplay of this genre. It hits all the right spots with its realistic themes creating an intimate relationship between the player, the main characters and this world that Campo Santo created. The small drops of rhythm and the end that can be a bit divisive do not take much of this great remarkable adventure,

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8 / 10.0 - Layers of Fear
Feb 14, 2016

Layers of Fear is a very shocking first-person horror, reaching very well the essential factor for games of the genre that is to carry moments of tension, and fear and still make you move forward because of curiosity. The game knows very well when to use soundtrack, when to use sound effects and when to use silence, demonstrating that it is always in control of the game and the player perceptions of the environment. Although it has some rhythm problems in the final segments, Layers of Fear is highly recommended and will be marked as a great experience in the recent survival horror scene.

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4 / 10.0 - Shadwen
May 17, 2016

Shadwen presents great concepts and ideas for a stealth game, and the few moments where it all works out are satisfying, but I just do not understand why Frozenbyte launched the game in this state. From the refinement of the gameplay to the story, everything feels half-assed and not like a finalized product. In the current state, I cannot recommend this game.

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8 / 10.0 - Headlander
Jul 25, 2016

Headlander is a lightweight Metroidvania. Aim problems are annoying at some points, but they do not take away the fun, and the main mechanics of owning the bodies with the helmet generate as many intense battles as moderately well-thought-out puzzles. Although the story itself is not the main highlight of the title, it certainly was a joy to experience because of the comical dialogues of the characters that interact with the protagonist. Going through rooms such as the "High Five Lounge" or "Rings of UrAnus" translate the light spirit of this adventure with incredible ''retro-futuristic'' visuals.

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8.4 / 10.0 - Abzu
Aug 2, 2016

During the 3 hours of my playthrough, ABZÛ impressed me for pretty much all of the time. The game is as intuitive and fun to control as it is alive and beautiful to explore, qualities that end up making up for the small gaps in storytelling and lack of more in-depth puzzles. It's an experience that deserves to be played with full focus, all at once, with the headset on the head and with very little to no information about its set pieces. Unfortunately, it will be inevitable to suffer from comparison to thatgamecompany games, but Matt Nava shows that he learned very well from the time he spent with them.

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8 / 10.0 - Alone With You
Aug 22, 2016

Ben Rivers has drawn a lot from his background working with graphic novels for Alone With You. With its stylized look and great dialogue, AWY is a good adventure that suffers somewhat from the lack of depth of gameplay and repetition in the exploration segments. The high points are the interactions between the characters and AF4B / 3B simulations, which may seem absurd ideas at a distance, but are extremely relatable and human.

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