Paulo Roberto Montanaro


19 games reviewed
71.7 average score
71 median score
21.1% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - My Friend Pedro
Apr 2, 2020

If there is one word that can describe My Friend Pedro, it is fluidity. All gameplay is based on the plasticity of movements, the cinematographic choreography and the remarkable moments - by quality or mediocrity - resulting from the player's action. With a disjointed narrative and few post-final incentives, the final result is still very positive, presenting a remarkable, addictive and extremely fun experience.

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65 / 100 - The Complex
Mar 31, 2020

In terms of script, photography and art, The Complex dares little, with a direction that is sometimes confusing and problems in the construction of some ramifications that it proposes. However, it entertains and places itself as a good example of the so-called full motion videos, offering a sci-fi suspense that is very suitable for fans of the genre, a certain diversity of significant choices and an audiovisual quality in the average of other similar productions.

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Mar 29, 2020

Townsmen: Kingdom Rebuilt is a good city building and management simulator and knows how to deal with the historical period in which it is located. There is a very diverse range for different buildings and a deep system of production chain and systematization of the economy, although it does not bring anything very original. It carries audiovisual and interface glitches, the vast majority due to the heritage of its mobile origins, but it can be a good option for fans of the genre.

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Mar 18, 2020

My Hero One's Justice 2 works well within the scope of its proposal with a respectable cast, solid game modes and visuals filled with the pyrotechnics that the franchise got us used to. It takes little risk though, both in terms of gameplay and narrative, relying on the charisma of its characters and elements that worked well in the previous game, creating a solid and fun experience.

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Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story manages to balance, in a very competent way, a simple, dense and efficient gameplay with a differentiated system of resource and objective management. It brings a very direct story that has its greatest asset in the setting. Menus, canvas elements and even the artistic style bring good ideas, but they also present some problems, and the repetition of iterations can be more tiring than it should.

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35 / 100 - Dawn of Fear
Mar 5, 2020

Dawn of Fear is a poorly executed collection of good nostalgic inspirations. With fickle artistic and technical aspects and garbled gameplay, the game still suffers from technical problems and wrong level design choices that unfortunately flunk its good ideas.

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Feb 29, 2020

One Punch Man: Hero Nobody Knows triumphs in creating a battle dynamic that accommodates the particularities of its great protagonist and works very well for those already initiated in this universe. Beyond that, it is a game similar to so many other famous anime adaptations, with an extremely simplified combat system and a single class C look.

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65 / 100 - Bookbound Brigade
Feb 20, 2020

Bookbound Brigade brings some very interesting innovations to the already traditional metroidvania style, especially in the setting and design of a protagonist ensemble and not a lone hero. It has a very competent level design, but it fails in what could stand out the most: the combat system and the change of formation, leaving an almost contradictory feeling where the fun, from time to time, gives way to frustration.

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80 / 100 - Darksiders Genesis
Feb 14, 2020

Darksiders Genesis is a great (and necessary) isometric hack 'n slash action game and manages, even though it is considered an spinoff, to keep all the essence of the franchise, while taking it to new and promising paths.

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Jan 27, 2020

Journey to the Savage Planet is a very pleasant and intriguing discovery experience, balanced and with a very particular mood. Visually captivating, the game knows how to dose moments of action with platforming, and its crafting system encourages exploration without forcing a tiring repetition and, added to all this, a light and very well told story.

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