Jonathan Quirino


14 games reviewed
82.1 average score
85 median score
92.9% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - DiRT 4
Jun 16, 2017

Overall, Dirt 4 delivers unforgettable moments for the fans and racing enthusiasts, the experience that the game gives you is like you're actually driving the car itself. Winning is also satisfying, not because you're fast, but you're skilled. You also need to be smart on how to drive your car in different situations, and you must always listen to your co-driver. Dirt Rally was a success but Dirt 4 gives you more what Dirt Rally is lacking. If you're looking for a racing game that gives you challenges and test your skills, then Dirt 4 is your game.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Nex Machina
Jun 27, 2017

Overall, Nex Machina is a satisfying and enjoyable challenging experience. It shows what an arcade classic game can do if it’s handled well.

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Jul 1, 2017

Overall, Crash N. Sane Trilogy delivers everything what I expected as a remastered title. It was simple and nostalgic. Even without the original developers, Activision and Vicarious Visions pulled this off by bringing back what made the series great and legendary. This may not be for everyone especially for newcomers, but this is still a hell lot of fun. I’m still hoping for a Crash Team Racing or Crash Bash remastered version though. A DLC maybe? Who knows? So far, this is the best game that was fully remastered, and I’m hoping for more.

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Jul 17, 2017

Yonder is a game filled with possibilities and quests. Its refreshing approach to the open world genre is a fun way to take a breather from those action-filled games. Farming and building your character to be a great cook, carpenter, fisherman and even a tailor has never been this fun. If only they can add enemies and combat to make my exploration more fun. I spent 8 hours playing yonder but there are a lot of quest that I still need to finish. Overall this game delivers what it wants to be. Given that this game was only created by 3 people, I was amazed how they pulled this off. This may not be for everyone but I'm sure this will be a hit.

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7 / 10.0 - Black The Fall
Jul 26, 2017

Overall, Black: The Fall is a fun and challenging game that is suitable for those who wants a game full of mind-blowing puzzles. It may not be as fun and unique as Limbo and Inside, but Black deserves a credit.

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5 / 10.0 - Theseus
Jul 27, 2017

Overall, Theseus for me is underdeveloped, the lack of storytelling, combat is boring, enemies are unforgettable, protagonist is also unforgettable, short gameplay and bad visuals.

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9.5 / 10.0 - The Escapists 2
Aug 23, 2017

Overall, The Escapists 2 was a blast, I had super fun. It was cute and challenging.

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8 / 10.0 - Absolver
Sep 7, 2017

Overall, Absolver delivers the most exciting thing to a martial arts game, carefully crafted to enjoy with other players, showing off the combos you created and unlocking exciting stance and styles for your character. This is a must for the fans of the fighting genre, this may have a few and frustrating issues, but if you take time on building and molding your character to be the best martial artist out there, then this is worth your time.

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8.5 / 10.0 - SteamWorld Dig 2
Oct 2, 2017

Overall this game is one of the reasons why one should buy a Vita or a Switch. I’m not saying it’s bad on the PS4 or the PC, but for me this game is really better on a portable game console. The game mechanics are not so original but it delivers what I want for the sequel of the original Steamworld. This is one of those $20 games that is worth every penny, though this may be a simple platformer, but a rather ambitious one. I miss the old 2D platformers like Metroid and Megaman X, and this is by far the closest new IP to those games that I so adore.

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Oct 23, 2017

Overall, the Fractured but Whole delivers what we want for a sequel for The Stick of Truth, better gameplay and a bigger world, customization is really polished and combat is fun as hell. This may not be as funny as The Stick of Truth but this game deserves a spot on the funniest games of this year. I never thought a South Park game would be so good at being RPG game, it came as a big surprise that probably blew everyone’s mind as well. As an RPG, this also is a contender for the best RPG of year, risky but a smart move by Ubisoft. South Park is a big success in the TV world, and I’m proud to say that it dominates the game world as well, I hope to see more of South Park soon.

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