Rui Celso


31 games reviewed
77.2 average score
77 median score
45.2% of games recommended
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95 / 100 - Persona 5 Royal
Mar 17, 2020

Persona 5 Royal proves to be a JRPG beyond what was presented to us three years ago. Even if you have already had contact with the title, go for it, because Atlus managed to transfor it in a way that makes it even more dynamic, addictive and fun.

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90 / 100 - Timespinner
Oct 3, 2018

Even if the power of time is not so well used, Timespinner stands out for its story and the amount of things that it's possible to do. Bringing all the best that the Metroidvania style has to offer, it becomes one of those games you'll love playing twice: first to enjoy it, and then once again to earn the trophies.

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Nov 8, 2018

LEGO DC Super-Villains is how every LEGO game should be: fun, humorous, witty and with a lot of sarcasm. With several hours to prolong your adventure as the classic DC villains, the title has every reason to enter your collection.

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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition brings back the fun and immersion that you've seen before in 2008. With a lot of extra content, the title is a must-have in the collection of any fan.

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The Tale of a Timeless Tome is not an ordinary DLC. Better than the Lair of the Lost Lord, the new expansion bring more of the characters and villains, making a great connection between the player and the story

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87 / 100 - Home Sweet Home
Oct 28, 2018

Home Sweet Home shows that graphics are unnecessary for a game to be great. With a lot of dark places, scary enemies and VR support, the title is a highlight on its genre, making you play with the lights on.

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Although repetitive and a little exhausting, The Lair of the Lost Lord, Ni No Kuni II's first great expansion, amuses by bringing new equipment and a new style of gameplay to battle against the most difficult enemies of the adventure.

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85 / 100 - Othercide
Aug 16, 2020

Othercide takes the tactical RPG genre to another level with its concept. The soundtrack, epic bosses and a rich and complex system, make you spend many, many hours in front of the TV planning your next attacks. Unfortunately, it is not accessible to everyone, as its high difficulty can alienate fans of the genre. But if you love roguelike titles, this is definitely your game.

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84 / 100 - Blair Witch
Dec 31, 2019

Although presenting some technical flaws (which can be fixed with an update), Blair Witch stands out for being a horror game that sticks to the psychological horror side instead of jump scares. Featuring elements from Silent Hill, Forest and S.O.N, the title easily bears the trophy of one of the best games of its genre in 2019.

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Captain Tsubasa has evolved a lot over the generations and has become an extremely dynamic and fun game. With the exception of the mix made with the stories – which makes no sense at all – the game manages to deliver quality and pleases even those who are not very fan of the genre. So if you were ever curious to try something different, but never found the right title, this is your time.

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