Pedro Mesquita


37 games reviewed
69.2 average score
70 median score
64.9% of games recommended
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Nov 20, 2019

Seal the Deal is a DLC for A Hat in Time that feels too short for it to be a major contribution to the game. Seal the Deal also allows for a higher difficulty setting which can become too frustrating for many players. Nevertheless, given the nature of this DLC and the way that it is presented more like a gift to owners of A Hat in Time for Nintendo Switch, then Seal the Deal can act as an enjoyable, if limited, contribution.

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Nov 4, 2019

Torchlight 2, an action RPG and dungeon crawler from a previous generation, joins the Nintendo Switch catalogue in an example of how a conversion work should be handled: a register of excellence, where everything has been marvelously handled. The game may not be entirely groundbreaking but that becomes less relevant in the face its content, exploration, customization possibilities and how well it fits in the Switch format.

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7 / 10 - A Hat in Time
Oct 27, 2019

A Hat in Time may not revolutionize 3D platforming but that doesn't stand in its way of this being a fun game which fans of the style will undoubtedly enjoy. Despite technical issues which can harm the experience to a certain extent, this is an overall well designed work and which is well worth the time and effort that players put into it.

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Oct 22, 2019

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince returns to the winning formula of the series and with its stunning audiovisual environment, dynamic puzzles and multiplayer component, the fourth chapter of the Trine series has everything to delight the fans, even if those who are not fans of the Trine series will not be converted thanks to this title.

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Oct 20, 2019

Overwatch finally makes it to the Nintendo Switch but other than giving its fans an option on a Nintendo platform, this version is overall subpar experience. The framerate drop compared to the other versions, which falls even deeper in some moments and visual flaws make this feel like a downgraded experience, while the lack of crossplatform compatibility leaves this version isolated and its handheld advantage in impaired by the requirement of an internet connection.

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3 / 10 - Trouserheart
Oct 12, 2019

Trouserheart is a game that was originally developed for mobile but and whose conversion for the Nintendo Switch unfortunately adds almost nothing to the experience. Despite a humorous plot, every other aspect of Trouserheart feels way too sub-par and the result is a game whose conversion to the Nintendo Switch is not worthy of highlighting compared to other more enjoyable games.

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Sep 14, 2019

Thanks to its fun and well-crafted gameplay mechanics, Creature in the Well manages to create its own space towards becoming one of the most original games to arrive in the Nintendo Switch catalogue, and its art style only adds to that impression.

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Aug 27, 2019

Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power continues with the Trine tradition of puzzle-solving co-op gameplay which has worked fine before and continues to work fine today. The main issue with Trine 3 is how it made the transition to a 3D world, one which just does not fit well with the gameplay and ends up feeling less enjoyable than its predecessors as a consequence, even if its worlds are still gorgeous to look at and to listen to.

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Aug 8, 2019

Stranger Things 3: The Game can get the job done when it comes to recreating the environment of the very popular Netflix series, which by itself makes the game attractive to fans of Stranger Things, but the story is different when it comes to providing an interesting and involving gameplay, as its RPG elements feel superficial and the combat is far from enjoyable.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is plentiful in elements that will make Marvel universe fans happy and satisfied, whether in the amount of characters, their variety or the correct use of different Marvel series. But while this action RPG is rich in cooperative play, end-level bosses and characters, it also has some elements that stand on its way to stand higher, such as performance issues, a too simple combat system and a rather dry audio experience. Flaws notwithstanding, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is still worthy of the players' time, though it's certainly much more recommended to Marvel fans.

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