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92 games reviewed
75.7 average score
75 median score
46.7% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - Back 4 Blood
Oct 13, 2021

Enduring the comparison with the veteran Left4Dead saga is no small feat. And Back 4 Blood not only supports it, but at times it feels superior to Valve games -also developed by the people of Turtle Rock, eye-. Its large number of levels, the different characters, its card system -both for its own abilities and for modifiers in the game- or its gunplay make this game a great cooperative. Against it, some policies of the publisher, the impossibility of maps created by users or its Versus mode, here called Cloud. Still an essential game if you like cooperative titles and if you are a Left4Dead lover.

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Sep 20, 2021

Tennis Manager 2021 is a good first approximation of what a tennis manager should be. Other modalities are missing, such as doubles, for example. Also at the interface and functions level there is some other visual bug, certain elements of quality of life are missing, and some more information in the games. But it is certainly a good first step that could become as veteran a saga in its field as the saga in which it is clearly seen, Football Manager.

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80 / 100 - Dice Legacy
Sep 8, 2021

Dice Legacy embraces the RNG in all its glory, although we will have several ways to minimize it. If you don't hate games where chance can be important, and you like management games, the new DESTINYbit title will be very interesting for you. And it is that a management game where we will control dice is not seen every day.

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Sep 8, 2021

Life is Strange: True Colors does not bring anything particularly novel to the saga. In fact, we could even say that at the decision level the level is quite low with respect to DONTNOD deliveries. But if that doesn't bother you and you are a fan of the saga, then it can be interesting to explore Haven Springs and meet the inhabitants that live there.

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80 / 100 - King's Bounty II
Aug 23, 2021

A new King's Bounty arrives with several important changes over previous titles, but keeping much of the essence. An adventure that tries to get closer to other titles such as Dragon Age or The Witcher, but maintaining those combats so characteristic that have made the saga a cult franchise over the last 30 years.

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80 / 100 - Humankind
Aug 16, 2021

Amplitude has pulled a worthy Civilization competitor up its sleeve. It has its drawbacks, but it certainly also has enough of a personality of its own to take on Firaxis' game on its own turf. The choice of civilization in each era, and the simultaneous turns are huge additions.

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Aug 5, 2021

War Solution - Casual Math Game is a good game of mental calculations that will force you to rack your brain, although its difficulty could have had a higher ceiling. For less than two euros, it is practically a gift if we are interested in this type of games.

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Jul 7, 2021

Chess Knights: Viking Lands is not a bad game, very much in the line of those already released by Minimol. The problem is that this time they have not been able to adapt the controls to the Nintendo Switch pad in a minimally acceptable way, and that makes the game lose many integers. A pity, because, as always, it is an interesting puzzle game at a good price.

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Jun 22, 2021

Alex Kidd returns in a great remake that will delight fans of the original game, although perhaps his control will make him ugly compared to those who enter new. His main flaws come when he has tried to put the artistic before the functional, with elements that prevent a correct visualization of what we have in front of, or melodies that are too far from the original work. Still, if you enjoyed the adventures of the onigiris little monkey-eating boy in SEGA's 8bits, you MUST buy this remake.

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Episode INTERmission is a great letter of introduction for Yuffie and the skills she will have -we assume- in episode 2 of this great project that is the remake of Final Fantasy VII. She will make a great pair with Sonon, both narratively and playably. Unfortunately, part of the expansion feels a bit of unnecessary padding, and it wouldn't be bad to let us control Yuffie's friend. Still, remarkable content that if we're fans of the Remake, we'll enjoy.

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