André Pereira


47 games reviewed
62.8 average score
60 median score
48.9% of games recommended
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Mar 23, 2020

Shadows 2: Perfidia has ambitions when it comes to immersing the player in a scary environment but they only turn out to fulfill half of the game's goals: the sound is definitely on the right track, but its visual environment does more harm than good. The overall gameplay mechanics are nothing to write home about either, but its use of a sanity meter hits the right spot. Anyone looking for a groundbreaking work won't be impressed but players interested in a good soundscape and tempted by the use of a sanity mechanic will enjoy some time around Shadows 2: Perfidia.

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7 / 10 - inbento
Mar 20, 2020

Inbento is a puzzler that makes its way to the Nintendo Switch after its premiere in the mobile market and while this is certainly no blockbuster AAA work, Inbento is certainly a gem of its own. Simple but endearing, with its kittens, charming puzzles and lovely looks, Inbento may not aim for the title of game of the year but it definitely gets something right in its formula and aims straight at the players' softest side.

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Mar 16, 2020

Langrisser I & II brings the series' first two chapters to the Nintendo Switch in a remake-compilation that features good and bad elements. If the option to play with the original art style, the soundtrack, the plot and many gameplay aspects make it seem like this remake is a gem, the modern art style (which is closer to that of a game for mobile devices) and its technical issues end up imposing a substantial burden on this delivery, which means that those looking into it should seriously reconsider their purchase.

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8 / 10 - MouseCraft
Mar 6, 2020

Mousecraft on the Nintendo Switch doesn't reinvent the puzzle game genre, but it's fun and intuitive enough to be a very welcome addition to the list of options populating Nintendo's console. With enough inspiration from other major puzzlers, most players will find themselves enjoying delightful short segments around this piece of gaming, while fans of puzzle games will find it a marvelous experience, regardless of the time they spend with it.

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Mar 5, 2020

Two Point Hospital was not originally made for the Nintendo Switch but this adaptation works so well that it's easy to forget about that. With its irresistible mix of addictive, engaging gameplay, surprising and delightful humor, slick and sharp gameplay and an audiovisual environment that looks and sounds just right, Two Point Hospital is an essential game not only for fans of management simulations but to everyone who owns a Nintendo Switch.

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Mar 3, 2020

Lethis - Path of Progress on the Nintendo Switch is an interesting effort when it comes to a city building simulation, adding to it a steampunk aesthetic which is unusual in this style of games. However, the game's problems with performance, technical issues and overall behaviour turns out to be rather lacklustre, despite having somethings in its favour.

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Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ on the Nintendo Switch is a visual novel that gets everything right. While there's not a lot of new gameplay paths to explore, the game's plot, art style, the choices involved, the soundtrack and the overall performance make this a work that will please everyone, and even though visual novels aren't everyone's cup of tea, Code: Realize most definitely deserves an opportunity.

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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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