Ulisses Domingues


22 games reviewed
58.2 average score
60 median score
40.9% of games recommended
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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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Jan 24, 2020

Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha on the Nintendo Switch brings a compilation of six old-school shoot'em-ups, the kind that made many fans in the 1990s. The games featured in the collection are overall quite good and entertaining and the way this compilation was adapted to the Nintendo Switch works wonders for the experience of retro shoot'em-ups. While more extras and additional content wouldn't harm, Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha will make shoot'em-ups fans very satisfied with this collection.

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Jan 20, 2020

Super Weekend Mode is a very simple game. Its sole purpose is to entertain and for that, it ditches things like plot or character development. If it's true that a good plot and involvement with the characters can make a masterpiece, it's no less true that not all games need them, and Super Weekend Mode, in its extreme simplicity, is an enjoyable game, even if not an in-depth experience.

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Jan 17, 2020

Garage Mechanic Simulator for the Nintendo Switch doesn't seem like the most ambitious game ever made but its gameplay experience delivers virtually nothing worthy of note. This car mechanic simulator didn't set a very high threshold but with a control system that feels everything but intuitive, an interface that gives no information whatsoever and almost nothing to stimulate the player, this is a work that does not deserve much of an opportunity.

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3 / 10 - Football Game
Jan 15, 2020

Those expecting sports action should turn away - this is a 1990s-style adventure game which at no moment engages the player in any kind of football whatsoever. That said, Football Game does not stand out as either a puzzle or an adventure game. With a dull, uninteresting plot and characters and puzzles which are way too simplistic, Football Game quickly loses its purpose and won't do much for those who will feel attracted by its graphics.

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6 / 10 - Demon Pit
Jan 9, 2020

Demon Pit for the Nintendo Switch does a good job at being a simple, 1990s-based shooter. With its unpretentious but intense action moments, Demon Pit will strike a chord with those looking to relive simpler times. That said and given today's technology, the experience could only improve if this version allowed the use of motion-controls when it comes to aiming, the same goes for its default auto-aiming function, which cannot be switched off.

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2 / 10 - Beast Quest
Jan 7, 2020

Beast Quest is an adventure game and one that is devoid of any impressive qualities that would justify its purchase. While not all games need to have groundbreaking visuals or tap into a rush of addictive behaviour in our brains, Beast Quest does not present any compelling arguments to give it a chance: it's shallow, repetitive, it has an empty plot, too many performance issues and to top it all off, its price tag is way too exaggerated. A few tweaks here and there could make it into something minimally entertaining but what's on display here should not be recommended to anyone.

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7 / 10 - Bee Simulator
Dec 25, 2019

Bee Simulator bears the markings of a fun action game, as well as of an educational experience. With its myriad of information about bees and an enjoyable, relaxing gameplay that will be welcomed by both children and adults, Bee Simulator would benefit from more precise controls, as well as from a more polished visual environment but nothing that precludes it from being a fun experience.

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