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49 games reviewed
75.5 average score
75 median score
61.2% of games recommended
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75 / 100 - Port Royale 4
Sep 25, 2020

Port Royale 4 is a remarkable management game and a nice continuation of the saga. Unfortunately, some design decisions tarnish a game that could have been a worthy heir to the yet to be surpassed Port Royale 2.

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Sep 21, 2020

Doraemon: Story of Seasons is a good crossover between the cosmic cat franchise and the developers of the Harvest Moon / Story of Seasons saga. We will not see anything that we have not seen already, and possibly at the farm management level it is below the competition, but a very careful artistic style and the possibility of playing with Nobita's license and his own make a game that little by little that hooks us will give us many hours of fun.

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Sep 15, 2020

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is a must for the fan of good science fiction stories. Point. A good plot, with some great twists, spiced up with charismatic and well-defined characters spice up a mix of visual novel with tactical strategy that works. Perhaps more use of ramifications to add replayability and a greater variety of objectives in battles would have turned a practically outstanding game into a masterpiece. Still, its 30-hour duration will make you not regret your purchase.

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100 / 100 - Factorio
Sep 8, 2020

Factorio will delight lovers of optimization lines. Point. With an extensive offering of modes, bomb-proof gameplay, and the ability to alter the game through mods, little more could be asked of the folks at Wube Software.

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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions will not go down in history as a great football arcade. But the staunch fan will recall nostalgic afternoons with the spin shot or the tiger shot, which are spectacular in the game. Perhaps the mechanics of having to "tire" the goalkeeper will become somewhat repetitive in the long run, but it is a totally enjoyable game.

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Aug 31, 2020

Crusader Kings III is not a revolution compared to the second installment. But it is a good evolution. Crusader Kings III is Paradox's masterpiece. It still has some flaws that already had the second part, and is possibly less complete, in content, than the second part with all the DLCs. But it can be said that CK3 vanilla is much more than CK2 vanilla. And the additions such as the house system, the new way of managing the baronies or the perks in the lifestyles are very good additions, in addition to a total visual redesign, with a friendly interface for the new player. Highly recommended. And more knowing that, even without the need to buy paid expansions, Paradox will maintain the game with regular updates.

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Aug 12, 2020

In Death: Unchained is a great addition to the roguelite genre for our Oculus Quest. With much more content than its older brother, perhaps its biggest flaws are the limited variety of environments, the imbalance between its two main weapons, and the need to farm to gain new abilities. Even so, if you are a fan of the genre and virtual reality, it is a must. In nothing you will be shooting arrows like a madman.

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65 / 100 - FAIRY TAIL
Aug 6, 2020

Porting FAIRY TAIL to JRPG format is not a bad idea. Both the guild system and the characters themselves lend themselves to it, which, spiced up with a good battle system -like the one the game offers- could have ended up offering the fan a great game. Unfortunately, whether it's due to budget problems or anything else, the game feels half-hearted, with tons of unmodeled characters and extremely repetitive enemies and missions. A failed opportunity that, even so, entertains the 15 hours it lasts.

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75 / 100 - Relicta
Aug 4, 2020

Relicta is a very good puzzle game that will keep us glued to the chair squeezing our heads, with a pretty careful visual section, in addition. A certain repetition and lack of rhythm in some sections of the story and a certain "trap" with the scenarios take away points from a game that, in any case, is essential if we are fans of the genre. Homeland product, in addition.

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80 / 100 - Tropico 6
Jul 13, 2020

Tropico 6 sins of continuity, it does not offer anything remarkable except for managing an archipelago, which although it offers some interesting new mechanics, is not an excessive contribution to the saga. Still, Tropico 6 is a remarkable game with a fresh campaign that will offer varied gameplay to the new player and veteran. And it's also worth it just to see what new biting comment our helper will make.

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