Paulo Roberto Montanaro


49 games reviewed
74.4 average score
75 median score
36.7% of games recommended
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Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead manages to add the best in the simulation franchise of creating bridges and walkways and the great post-apocalyptic setting of the traditional TV series. With confusing commands, but a functional interface, it brings great challenges, a sufficiently well-structured story and abuses the unorthodox creativity of the player.

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70 / 100 - Tesla Force
Jan 6, 2021

Tesla Force is not one of the most original games of its kind, and it lacks aesthetic aspects that could be better explored. However, it has a solid roguelite system, functional mechanics and a challenge that works, even though it is always on the threshold between a productive reiteration and excessive repetition.

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85 / 100 - Temtem
Dec 8, 2020

Temtem is unable (and probably does not want to) to escape the first impression of being very similar to Pokémon, but it proves to be much more than that to each technical and audiovisual aspect that it proposes. In addition, with very sophisticated systems of combat and evolution, added to the MMO aspect that fits perfectly with the scope of the game, there is much more than just the repetition of a sacred formula.

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Nov 30, 2020

Immortals Fenyx Rising may not be the most original game in the universe, but it manages to appropriate many of the best game features that have inspired it to create something new, fun and captivating. By offering a great balance between combat, puzzles and exploration, as well as a well-resolved artistic style, it proves to be one of the best surprises of the year.

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70 / 100 - Unturned
Nov 27, 2020

Unturned is very competent in what it proposes and proves to be quite complete and complex for enthusiasts of survival games in the open world. Its combat system is somewhat truncated and the artistic construction is irregular, but its crafting and evolution mechanics are good enough for several hours of fun, whether playing alone or being accompanied.

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80 / 100 - Faeria
Nov 26, 2020

Faeria is a great card battle, with a beautiful visual presentation, lots of content and a well-balanced gameplay system. The expansion system seems too aggressive and the interface may not be so friendly at first, but for fans of the genre, the game offers many of the best solutions for it.

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In a niche little served by larger budget productions, Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay stands out exactly for offering the simple very well resolved. The game is as beautiful as the animation on which it is based and manages to have the charisma to attract and keep the attention of children, and if it fulfills this role well, even offering zero challenge and little replay value, it is a beautiful addition to the collection of any parents.

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Nov 14, 2020

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is a game divided into two very well designed and distinct parts, but which at the same time are able to relate in a very cohesive and functional whole. Sometimes, it has a preciosity in the narrative cadence, but it has great mechanics both in combat and cultivation, a charming story and very good visuals.

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85 / 100 - Ghostrunner
Nov 8, 2020

Without mercy, Ghostrunner is one of those games that you will hate the fact that you don't want to stop playing even when it looks like you've reached your limit. Narratively it does not present anything very significant, but it is visually incredible and presents agile and aggressive gameplay, and it does perfectly well what it proposes, even when it flirts with punitive exaggeration.

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Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Saga Continues brings good doses of nostalgic fun, but presents some technical and audiovisual problems that cannot be ignored. There are qualities, such as a big progression system, good humor and a wide variety of characters and special movements, but those who are not fans of the genre or the franchise will find few attractions here compared to similar games on the market.

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