Raphael Cano Felix


21 games reviewed
82.4 average score
80 median score
85.7% of games recommended
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Oct 15, 2021

More than a decade after Left 4 Dead 2, Turtle Rock is back to reclaim the throne. Back 4 Blood is not a revolution in itself, but rather an evolution of the developer's already excellent setup. Of course, we would have liked less of the small errors we find here and there, but that doesn't stop the game from being a really entertaining and addictive action party. With human co-players, that is.

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Sep 30, 2021

"New" Fifa is a big step forward for both the series and Electronic Arts. Realism is more evident this time, while the ballplay on the pitch is becoming increasingly compelling. Sure, there are occasional misses in places, but mostly everything from animations to collisions feels entirely worthy of the epithet "next gen".

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Sep 14, 2021

Arkane Studios Deathloop grabs you tightly with a mix of smart gameplay and mysterious storytelling. The open world presented in the time loop engages, while also inviting a lot of experimentation. If you get past the information bomb that is the first half hour of the game, you can look forward to a unique shooter with great freedom of choice and variety.

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May 6, 2021

Resident Evil: Village takes the set-up from the seventh installment and mixes it together with the very best in the show's history. It enchants and shocks us at the same time, to the point that we become completely dependent on it. A contemporary classic that sets a new standard, just as Resident Evil 4 once did.

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Apr 8, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise takes the very best from its predecessor and adds a couple of new fresh touches. Elements that give the hunt a whole new dimension and that make it really difficult for us to stop playing. A word of warning to beginners only – this isn't a game you learn in an afternoon.

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There are few titles that can give four players in the same room the huge rush of Super Mario 3D World. The improvements in the Switch version are few, but appreciated. In addition, these changes the game to such an extent that even veterans should play it. The extra game Bowser's Fury is the icing on the cake and gives you a playful open world sandbox where proven moments meet new elements. The result is simply a complete package of pure platform entertainment.

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Dec 7, 2020

A more emotive and engaging title is hard to find.

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Demon's Souls is the perfect example of how new hardware can take an existing game to the next level. The estic is at its peak and the horsepower of the Playstation 5 makes the world more engaging. But above all, the super-fast charging times help balance an already ultra-difficult combat system.

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Sackboy: A Big Adventure scraps creation mode from the main series to focus wholeheartedly on platform hopping. Some courses such as the rhythm-based are brilliant, but despite the improved control, the vast majority are too light and slow for the experienced player. And in addition to the Dual Sense features, there are also no real "next gen" details that stand out.

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With its mere ten hours, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, however, is an easy-to-finish story. The story never reaches the depth of the original and the side missions are fewer this time. In addition, the really impressive boss fights are conspicuous by their absence, even though Miles has an even greater range of skills at his disposal.

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