Manuel Barthes


33 games reviewed
77.6 average score
78 median score
75.8% of games recommended
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Mar 23, 2020

Good things take time, a luxury that benefits Animal Crossing in particular! New Horizons extends the life simulation with an impressive island building simulator that is bursting with creativity and richness of detail. This makes the trip to your own oasis of wellbeing a fantastic gaming experience that knows how to inspire for many weeks and months.

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Ten years have passed since Tales of Vesperia appeared on the European market. With the definitive edition of the fan favorite, Bandai Namco manages once again to deliver a thrilling JRPG that can easily compete with current genre representatives. Loving characters, a gripping storyline, and lots of extra content make Tales of Vesperia a timeless RPG hit.

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Jul 21, 2020

Nintendo came, saw and won! With a surprise announcement and directly delivered. The picturesque world explodes with humour, charme and details and offers a beautiful adventure for fans of the series. Only the fighting system doesn't really fit to the otherwise great rest of the game.

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Nov 15, 2017

After the minimal adjustments in the first 20 hours of the game you'll get a great second half in Pokemon Ultra. With over 400 Pokemons and some new challenges for veterans this game is a must-have for fans of the series.

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Sep 16, 2018

With Valkyria Chronicles 4, the strategy role-playing hit from Japan has now finally arrived in Europe! With a charming anime style, the story of Claude Wallace and Squad 6 knows how to convince the player, without losing it unique gameplay experience. The content of the game is enormous, exciting battles are inevitable and a dramatic story is guaranteed!

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Jan 20, 2020

It took a long time, but with Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Bandai Namco finally fulfills the wishes of many fans. Even if the story is already known several times, the combat system and the game world provide exciting moments and know how to convince connoisseurs as well as newcomers. In addition, the Japanese developers have learned from the mistakes of various anime implementations and thereby created a gaming experience that more than lives up to the template.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Desperados III
Jun 16, 2020

For that what Desperados III is trying to be, it gets the job done. Mimimi Productions knows how to craft probably the best games in the real time strategy genre. The western setting was beautifully done and the characters are mostly amazing. If you are a newcomer to the series, you should stick with Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun because Desperados III will mainly please veterans.

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Jan 21, 2018

Dragonball Fighterz not only manages to follow in the footsteps of Budokai but surpass nearly every previous Dragon Ball Game. The new fighting system from Arc System Works fits perfectly into the series. It's still open if Bandai Namco will delivery enough content to keep players motivated after the launch of the game but besides a generic story Dragon Ball and Fighting Game Fans will get an amazing game here.

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Jul 10, 2018

Indiana Jones for children – there is no better way to describe Captain Toads adventure. The journey through various lovingly designed places is a pleasure for young and old. Optics and sound are convincing on Nintendo 3DS and even the length of the game isn't disappointing. Only the unoriginal story clouds the gaming experience a litte.

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8.2 / 10.0 - SoulCalibur VI
Oct 16, 2018

The return of SoulCalibur to the current console generation is impressive, versatile and full of action. Through numerous features, Bandai Namco wants to appeal to both, veterans and newcomers, which succeeds for the most part. Even if the extensive history around the Soul Edge knows how to inspire, what remains is a stale aftertaste to the detriment of the new combat mechanics.

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