André Pereira


30 games reviewed
62.0 average score
60 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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Feb 27, 2020

Vitamin Connection is a title that gives away some of its plot elements. This fun multiplayer-focused experience benefits from a good, bright, colourful visual presentation and a very involving two-player gameplay component that takes full advantage of the Nintendo Switch capabilities. It works less well on solo and the game's soundtrack and regular backtracking end up becoming a bit too burdensome but for two players looking for some clean, wholesome (and healthy) fun, Vitamin Connection is definitely worth considering.

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Feb 24, 2020

Just Ignore Them has a certain charm, that's undeniable - with its extremely simple looks but able to create a tense environment at key moments, this short game has its value when it comes to its aesthetics. It doesn't stand out from other horror games when it comes to a lack of practical instructions able to give it an intuitive sense of exploration, though, and its very short lifespan means that those who will find it fun will quickly run out of enjoyment. Still, all in all, Just Ignore Them could have done worse for a low-budget work.

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Feb 19, 2020

While the loading times are often excessive and can feel like a burden, the game successfully creates a comic-like environment, which along with its soundtrack and attention to the way the missions are planned make this a very welcome entry in the Nintendo Switch catalogue and one which will fit well with anyone looking for a fun adventure.

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6 / 10 - Mosaic
Feb 13, 2020

Mosaic, a game about loneliness, redundancy and the tormenting bleakness of everyday life that makes us akin to robots repeating pre-programmed tasks to keep society working. This is not meant to be too harsh (or too kind) but Mosaic on the Nintendo Switch does manage to capture that void which seems to affect so many millions of humans in nearly every society on the face of the Earth. Pity that the way it behaves could not keep several errors and performance issues away, as the game often freezes and doesn't respond the way it would be expected to.

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5 / 10 - Heroland
Feb 9, 2020

Heroland on the Nintendo Switch presents an RPG simulator where the player will manipulate the main elements that form a fantasy-themed roleplaying game. While the ideas are good and some aspects come out positively (such as the dialogues and the character models), their execution turns out rather poorly. With a dull and repetitive gameplay and little to entice the player to go further in their quasi-RPG experience, Heroland falls short of satisfying its expectations.

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Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is a spin-off based on a card game featured on The Witcher 3. That said, it's a marvelous work that joins enticing and involving gameplay mechanics, a gorgeous art style and an addictive experience. While certainly not an easy feat to play through, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is more than welcome on the Nintendo Switch catalogue and opens the way for more spin-offs to come.

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Reaper: Tale of a Pale Swordsman is a simple game with simple mechanics. That alone can mean many things but mostly, it's because this game was not made thinking of the Nintendo Switch but rather mobile devices. That said, the experience is what players can expect from a simple, short game without a high level of demand. Unfortunately it doesn't go much further either and with some much better alternatives on the Nintendo Switch catalogue, there are no big reasons to recommend Tale of a Pale Swordsman.

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1 / 10 - Back in 1995
Feb 3, 2020

Back in 1995 on the Nintendo Switch may sound like a tempting promise for enthusiasts of retro-themed works but beware the promises of its name. The game bases itself on the 32-bit generation, which is unusual but not a bad decision per se. Unfortunately it doesn't get anything right and it fails to understand that what made games of that generation stand out was the amusing naiveté they employed to go around the technical limits of the time, whereas Back in 1995 is just a clumsy collage of elements that try to simulate a game from 25 years ago but which plays terribly and without any sense of enjoyment whatsoever.

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10 / 10 - Coffee Talk
Jan 28, 2020

Coffee Talk is a visual novel where the gameplay is based on preparing and serving coffees. A simple explanation but which barely scratches the surface of this work, which is immensely rewarding and welcoming for those who invest some time and effort on it. With a plot that includes a variety of characters, the story advances according to the quality of the drinks the player prepares and if that doesn't sound like anything extraordinary, it more than deserves an opportunity and it's played marvelously anywhere.

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2 / 10 - Ships
Jan 27, 2020

Ships on the Nintendo Switch proposes something that there's not a lot of in the console's catalogue. However, and while there could certainly be something to extract from a management simulator around naval vessels, Ships just isn't worth it. A dull, repetitive game with poor controls, slow gameplay and a featureless environment, Ships for the Nintendo Switch is a piece of software that's best kept at bay.

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