Manu Tárrega


17 games reviewed
74.6 average score
75 median score
41.2% of games recommended
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The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is a definitive version, but the flaws, although already known, weren't completely solved, such as framerate and lack of sync between subtitles, clicks and lines. Gameplay and graphics have evolved, and additional content beautifies the collection. Each episode has its notoriety, and I have nothing to complain about the narrative. With this series, I'm sure it will please new players and old fans.

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65 / 100 - Riverbond
Jul 3, 2019

Riverbond is a friendly, soft game with RPG dynamics, but hack n'slash could describe it better. But it is very short, and the lack of an inventory and a numerical counting of items, besides the death penalty, are negative points. It's a funny game, but it's nothing that hasn't been seen before.

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May 26, 2019

Castlevania Anniversary Collection is, without a doubt, an emulator inside the PS4. I consider this a very positive point, since the aesthetics and format are maintained, preserving bugs and abnormalities of the games from that time. It may not be an attractive collection for new buyers because it is restricted. I do not understand why the save is unique to each title and many of them can be played with different characters, codes, and directions in the story. Despite pulling on nostalgia, it could have more features, such as a music player and fun emulation options.

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Chocobo is by far the most beloved mascot of games, and it's really fun to play exclusively with it. I felt a lack of visual quality in Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy!, considering it was made for platforms that allow a higher graphics performance. As a result, the game follows a simple structure, with repetitive maps and story. But it's a good opportunity to pass the time.

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78 / 100 - The Princess Guide
Mar 31, 2019

The Princess Guide is undoubtedly exciting and fun. It's not so long, but since it has several endings, they make the gameplay interesting. I felt that something didn't seem right, because of the speed of the dialogue animations, which disturbed my concentration on the lines, and ended up skipping several dialogues and just doing the missions. However, it is a nice game, with well defined strategies and good combat features.

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NieR: Automata is spectacular. Beautiful, with a remarkable history, diverse collectibles and virtuous missions. However, the GOTY edition brings nothing beyond what has already been released. The DLC is hard and very fun, but it doesn't offer an innovative experience.

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Despite being a short game, RemiLore is simple yet full of collectible, details, with fun game modes to complete. The story is also attractive. However some flaws on objects on the map and monsters that do not take damage take away some of its beauty.

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55 / 100 - JUMP FORCE
Feb 20, 2019

Jump Force is a highly anticipated game, but it has not exceeded my expectations. I was fascinated with the amount of playable characters, but they don't have well-made models, and they don't demonstrate any lively emotion. It's frustrating that a game with so much potential was launched with so many aspects to be improved. About the fighting, the commands are easy but the inputlag is huge and disrupts the gameplay.

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65 / 100 - Melbits World
Feb 18, 2019

Melbits World may not be the main highlight of the PlayLink line, but it has its charm. It is not an easy game, it requires strategy and timing to complete a level with 3 stars, but it is very captivating and fun to interact with the scenario.

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Verdict: The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a game that should have come before to the West. It passes a simple but very catchy message, and makes an easy gameplay, without the snapping pressure. The curiosity to discover the outcome of the tale was the greater motivation, to understand how two people so different, who made mistakes, can approach and fix the imperfections.

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