Ulisses Domingues


22 games reviewed
58.2 average score
60 median score
40.9% of games recommended
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7 / 10 - Super Crush KO
Mar 28, 2020

Super Crush KO goes all in when it comes to its frantic and action-packed combat, which coupled with its bright and intense colours make this a visibly intense and fun experience. It never goes very much in-depth, though, and with repetitive bosses and the lack of extra content the game ends up feeling rather limited but it's undeniably a very fun effort for anyone who enjoys fun and explosive action.

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Mar 21, 2020

The games included in this offer are mostly on par with what players can expect from good, classic shoot'em up types, other than one of them which suffers from a poor performance. With its good retail price and an overall quality action gameplay, this is a fun proposal for fans of old school shoot'em up games.

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Mar 17, 2020

Rune Factory 4 Special on the Nintendo Switch deserves its title. With an addictive, gratifying gameplay, content for many hours and enjoyable characters, this is a gem that while more attractive for new players than for veterans, deserves an investment of time and energy, even if its visual world could use some improvement.

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5 / 10 - Save Koch
Mar 11, 2020

Save Koch on the Nintendo Switch has some promising elements and indeed, the game's world is an interesting one and its dialogues are quite amusing. Nonetheless, the way the game is played turns out to be disappointing, mostly because there's no sense of orientation - Save Koch does a poor job when it comes to transmitting what is expected of the players, and the missions' sense of arbitrary order and a basis of trial and error make this game a somewhat clumsy experience.

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Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times follows up on the previous game and improves on several points, including its plot and the random reward system at the end of each level, which acts as quite a strong motivator to find out what will happen next. The experience ends up feeling worse when played on the Nintendo Switch screen though, due to the small size of its text and despite the touch screen controls. Some flaws in the combat system make the experience less stellar but nevertheless, this new game in the Warhammer series is definitely on the right path.

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Mar 1, 2020

Arc of Alchemist on the Nintendo Switch may look pretty and attractive when looked at its still pictures but that should not deceive anyone: this game has a poor performance, its plot and characters are completely uninspiring and the overall gameplay mechanics fail to compel and to entice the players. Add to that a steep launch price and there are very few reasons why anyone would want to spend too much time around this effort.

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Feb 26, 2020

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf sounds like something exciting. Unfortunately this adaptation for the Nintendo Switch ends up disappointing on nearly every front. Despite its original take on the card system and the wealth of Warhammer 40,000 lore, the game's weak performance, unbalanced combat, arbitrary tactical component and its obstacles to an enjoyable handheld experience make it something that doesn't deserve much attention within the console's catalogue.

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6 / 10 - Bear With Me
Feb 21, 2020

Bear With Me for the Nintendo Switch is a point and click adventure based on a detective investigation story and it does a good job at presenting a strong, emotional story with a very humorous overtone and a remarkable art style. Nonetheless, the fluctuating difficulty of its puzzles, the mediocre voice work and some problems with finding objects due to the very same art style end up feeling like obstacles. Fans of point and click games will be able to look beyond this, other players might feel less tempted.

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5 / 10 - Domiverse
Feb 18, 2020

Domiverse proposes a simple path for taking on the brawler formula and while it's certainly no luxury opus, it's minimally competent to keep players entertained to a certain level, thanks to its detailed characters and a fun challenge mode. However it also reaches its highest threshold fairly quickly, and its very simplistic formula and lack of online multiplayer will end up constricting Domiverse's possibilities to rise above other efforts in the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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Jan 31, 2020

Galaxy Champions TV is a twin stick shoot'em-up that follows the genre's classic conventions. With its fun gameplay and very well tuned controls, the game creates a good territory for itself on the Nintendo Switch. However, its difficulty level soars too quickly and without much balance, as Galaxy Champions TV becomes an almost merciless experience with barely an introduction, thus making the game rely too much on its frustrating elements for longevity's sake.

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