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Bogdan Robert Mateș

Favorite Games:
  • The Witcher 3
  • Kentucky Route Zero
  • Warcraft 3

74 games reviewed
72.3 average score
75 median score
41.9% of games recommended

Bogdan Robert Mateș's Reviews

When not brewing coffee or debating serious topics with my cat, you'll either find me playing video games or writing about them.
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May 31, 2021

A Bounty You Can Safely Skip

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6.5 / 10.0 - BIOMUTANT
May 24, 2021

Biomutant's strong presentation and beautiful world invite exploration, while its combat makes you feel like a badass magic-flinging, gunslinging, Kung-Fu warrior. Sadly, its tedious missions and weak story make it increasingly harder to stick with the game the more of it you play.

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9 / 10.0 - Haven
Dec 3, 2020

Lovers in a Shattered Land

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7 / 10.0 - Bugsnax
Nov 9, 2020

Bugsnax is a feel-good adventure with a lovable cast, a rich variety of tasty prey to hunt, but thoroughly unremarkable gameplay.

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80 / 100 - Atomicrops
Sep 17, 2020

Atomicrops’ mixture of farming sim, bullet-hell game and rogue-lite make it a compelling indie title that’s well worth giving a shot.

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Aug 31, 2020

They all laughed, except for the king; choking on his food, he had lost his voice

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6.5 / 10.0 - Destroy All Humans!
Jul 27, 2020

As awesome as it is, the arcade action in Destroy All Humans! is only a part of the experience, struggling to carry its rudimentary stealth missions and hit-or-miss writing. It's definitely a blast to level entire neighborhoods and disintegrate humans; we just wish we had to spend less time impersonating them.

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75 / 100 - CARRION
Jul 23, 2020

Carrion’s concept of playing the evil, inhuman creature that’s out to eat everyone is definitely interesting and, at times undoubtedly visceral despite its distant 2D perspective, letting you bloody up rooms and leave halves of corpses lying around for later consumption. Its movement enforces the foreign nature of its protagonist but frequent frustrations like repeated difficulty spikes during combat and getting lost in its unremarkable facility do chip away at its awesome parts. Nevertheless, if you can weather some frustration, you’re in for a lot of delicious dismemberment and many horrified screams as you take Carrion’s flesh beast on its bloody journey.

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Jul 21, 2020

Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break undoubtedly treads familiar ground, although not without showing that, nine years on, Ace Team’s concept still has juice left in it. Aside from a couple of technical issues and cutscenes whose humor miss the mark, its unique hybrid gameplay that mixes boulder racing and strategic defense segments remains captivating while the majority of its hilarious Monty Python-esque skits act as welcome interludes in between its action.

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Jul 9, 2020

Superhot: Mind Control Delete's focus on improvisation and rogue-lite elements excellently complement its "time moves only when you move" core gameplay loop and distinctive aesthetic, making it a first-person shooter that fans of the genre shouldn't miss.

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