Paulo Roberto Montanaro


58 games reviewed
73.7 average score
75 median score
36.2% of games recommended
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Apr 14, 2021

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is the refinement of one of the most innovative systems in the RPG genre of recent times, with interesting missions, a very particular artistic style and a surprisingly well-articulated branched narrative construction. A must for lovers of a beautiful story and a great RPG.

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60 / 100 - Can't Drive This
Mar 28, 2021

Can't Drive This brings out the best in the concept of asymmetric collaborative multiplayer (local or online) with simplified track-building and vehicle driving gameplay, but offers little audiovisual and variability content within each mode, which can impair the longevity of production. Although limited, it has a creative and very fun idea to share with friends and family.

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Mar 11, 2021

Kill It With Fire offers an inventive proposal that is lost by not evolving the concept of the absurd that the game itself presents. It is a fun game, but it could be much more if it dared to go beyond a repeated idea over the few hours of the campaign.

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Mar 3, 2021

Blizzard Arcade Collection takes no chances and plays it safe by offering some of the most classic games from the developer in the pre-Diablo era without many changes, ensuring not only respect for the original works but as well to the fans' memory. Balanced, the collection offers diversity and the best of creativity from the early 1990s.

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Feb 26, 2021

Natsuki Chronicles is a great surprise in a genre already quite familiar to players, especially those with a long history, and offers everything that works in that genre: unrestrained action, chaotic artistic style and refined gameplay. While it is not so innovative, it offers a very rewarding experience for the enthusiasts of shoot'em up games.

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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood is fun when we ignore some of its most severe limitations. It's a good mix between stealth and hack n 'slash action with a somewhat one-dimensional protagonist as in a good action movie from the 90s, but that at the same time begins to build an interesting universe full of possibilities.

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My Universe – Pet Clinic Cats & Dogs has good intentions and some great ideas for interaction, illness and pet care. But even being cute and casual enough for the target audience, it offers extremely repetitive actions and an evolution system that requires you to continue performing actions until the point of nausea. It has flawed mechanics, an aesthetic execution far below the platform and design choices that do not quite know the platform where they are.

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75 / 100 - Gods Will Fall
Feb 3, 2021

Gods Will Fall brings a very intense experience when proposing rigid systems of progression and combat. The title values planning, paced movements and learning, even if it does not offer particularly complex mechanics to master. With some aesthetic limitations and a not-so-original narrative, it manages to engage the player for the challenging adventure and the desire to see each deity, finally, defeated.

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Windfolk: Sky Is Just The Beginning offers a light, relatively short and hassle-free adventure. With simple and well executed mechanics, it brings fun in the flight systems, but a combat without much shine. Artistically, it has higher than low, while narratively it owes little to exploring the world it created himself.

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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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