André Pereira


47 games reviewed
62.8 average score
60 median score
48.9% of games recommended
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Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is something unusual, in the sense that it had a goal that it did not fulfill, but ends up doing a success on everything else. So while Big Fables is not a fitting tribute to Paper Mario, it still does almost everything right, especially when it comes to its plot, its combat system and the absolutely marvelous visual world. All in all, something that won't look bad in anyone's Nintendo Switch.

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7 / 10 - Indivisible
Jun 7, 2020

Indivisible is what happens when a Metroidvania type of game is given RPG elements and it's a successful case at that. Thanks to its marvelous looking and sounding world, exploration mechanics and combat that help make up for the plot's poor pacing and fun humor, Indivisible is a worthy game to spend many hours with.

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Jun 4, 2020

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee on the Nintendo Switch brings back this chapter in the Oddworld series and while the gameplay mechanics are solid and the Oddworld universe remains attractive, it's clear that there was not enough work in this conversion to make it appealing enough beyond fans of the original game, especially when it comes to its visual environment and to its frustrating controls.

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8 / 10 - Telling Lies
May 19, 2020

Telling Lies on the Nintendo Switch brings a new life to the world of story-based games that make use of an FMV presentation. With its compelling plot and simple but capturing gameplay, a very good performance by its actors and a sharp use of the Nintendo Switch touch screen, Telling Lies will be more than enjoyed by players who will gladly keep a close focus on long video scenes to follow the story and make necessary choices based on what they just watched and heard.

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7 / 10 - Moving Out
May 1, 2020

Moving Out does not seem to feature the most ambitious concept but one should never underestimate how fun a game can be, even if it's designed around the idea moving out. With frantic action and an insane pressure to put furniture into a truck, Moving Out delivers a frantic experience that will keep players on their toes. If this experience might prove too frantic for some and its controls might not work as well as expected, it's no less true that Moving Out earned its place in the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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7 / 10 - In Other Waters
Apr 17, 2020

In Other Waters puts the player in an unusual position but even though not everyone will become smitten by this Nintendo Switch text-based adventure, the game is a marvel to look at and features an exquisite ambient soundtrack that will make everyone feel like they're at the bottom of the sea. A work that fits like a charm on a handheld experience, In Other Waters deserves its place in the Nintendo Switch library.

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Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York is a beautiful-looking visual novel for the Nintendo Switch that features a finely written plot and dialogues, as it should with any self-respecting visual novel. While the game's length feels short, those who have a penchant for an experience that's not based on action gameplay but rather on plot choices will find an immersive world and many incentives to return to the adventure in order to discover more characters and more plot developments.

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Apr 7, 2020

The gameplay is fun and the combat sequences can put a smile on a player's face, not to mention the truckloads of content. At the same time, its performance is not the best and the game loses fluidity in some moments. It also suffers from a shoddy plot development, which makes it less suitable to be a good candidate for representing the animated series, and doesn't match its Warriors peers.

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7 / 10 - Red Bow
Mar 31, 2020

Red Bow bears the visual hallmarks of a 16-bit era RPG but once that impression gives places to a more involving experience, something else becomes clear: Red Bow is a horror game, and does a good job at demonstrating that a horror game does not need a realistic looking world. While a short experience, Red Bow has enough reasons to mire players in with its simple gameplay, plot and replay value. Perhaps it can also raise the banner for simple-looking horror games.

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2 / 10 - Dezatopia
Mar 24, 2020

Dezatopia on the Nintendo Switch looks simple, really very simple. That may not be a sin per se, as it's the gameplay and performance that really harm this work. While there is a lot of frantic action going around, the game performs too poorly for anyone to enjoy it and its control system is peculiar enough to make it difficult to get used to. All in all, Dezatopia simply doesn't rise up to the minimum expected standards of a sidescrolling shoot'em up.

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