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181 games reviewed
76.9 average score
80 median score
17.1% of games recommended
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Jan 11, 2021

Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story is a Clock Tower-style 2D horror adventure. Without great fanfare, we are presented with a correct game in a controversial package -cyberpunk, sexualization- that seems to capture the attention of the public more than that of the playable core of the title. If you like this type of 2D horror games, and you are curious about how Cantonese folklore has been used in this regard, you can give it a try, but if you are looking for a cyberpunk adventure, this is not your game.

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COLLECTION of SaGa FINAL FANTASY LEGEND gives us the first three deliveries of the little-known SaGa franchise published on Game Boy between 89 and 91. Using the name of Final Fantasy Legend in the U.S. market as a hook, they achieved relative success despite having little or nothing to do with the star franchise of Square. With some very peculiar mechanics and a high difficulty, they are not JRPGs for beginners, and they can be made hard for the current player, but those who know and follow the franchise will find an unbeatable way to know or remember their beginnings with this compilation. The options are correct, but there are a few more extras missing.

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Dec 28, 2020

Fatal Fury: First Contact adapts Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers quite acceptably, although with certain cuts that end up taking their toll on SNK's game. We lose the fight on a different plane, the gameplay is simplified, and the game loses speed and frenzy, which together with its null content beyond VS mode, make this Fatal Fury a somewhat weak delivery compared to other of the juices of Neo Geo Pocket appeared on Nintendo Switch. Even so, it is worth taking a look knowing its shortcomings, after all it is the only Fatal Fury that the system had.

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90 / 100 - Haven
Dec 15, 2020

Haven is a beautiful love story that develops with the participation of the player, and is complemented by mechanics from various games such as a personal relationship simulator, an exploration adventure, a role-playing game, and even a walking simulator. Not all the mechanics play their part at the same level, and we will even notice that the game could have saved some of them, such as the fighting, but what really stands out is the development of the relationship of our protagonists, and the environment created for them Origin, is ideal for this love story to happen and convince.

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Dec 11, 2020

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is a game that masterfully combines the management of a farm and the cultivation of rice, with 2D areas with hack'n slash mechanics where we will fight with dozens of demons while obtaining resources for the farm. An endearing story awaits us with very well written characters and a fairly interesting representation of Japanese rural culture and its associated mythology. With this cover letter you have to give it a go.

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70 / 100 - Wonder Blade
Dec 9, 2020

Wonder Blade is to Castle Crashers what Fighter's History is to Street Fighter, a highly "inspired" game. Beyond the moral issue of this situation, Wonder Blade offers us a brawler with RPG elements and some levels with different mechanics that bring variety to the whole. A punk game, as the title from which it is "inspired", that beyond some mismatches in the difficulty, and the poor presentation of the current versions, offers a quite safisfactory experience, especially if we have not played Castle Crashers.

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Dec 3, 2020

Undead Darlings ~don't cure for love~ is an interesting proposal that merges novel visual mechanics with its decision making, dungeon crawler and dungeon exploration, and turn-based fighting in the purest RPG style. A combination that works pushed by a crazy story that without big shows will keep our attention enough to reach one of its 9 possible endings. If you like his proposal, give him a chance.

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Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition is a quite complete visual novel, well written and with charismatic characters that during more than 50 hours will make us discover the events around a nuclear disaster in a research facility and the secrets behind them. 40 possible endings and the Senses Sympathy System give the game a new dimension within its genre.

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Nov 27, 2020

Serious Sam Collection appears by surprise on consoles as a compilation of Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter, Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter, Serious Sam 3: BFE, plus two expansions. Honestly, several installments are missing to be considered a compilation to match, but even so, with the installments included, the content is quite extensive and serves as a starting point for anyone who wants to get started in this classic franchise, or for those who already know it and let yourself be carried away by nostalgia.

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Nov 24, 2020

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is a musical and rhythm game that serves as a reminder of the saga, and as a tribute to the great Yōko Shimomura, composer of most of the songs. With an easy gameplay to assimilate, the title comes loaded with content, although this can be a bit irregular due to the nature of some themes, which lend themselves little to a rhythm game. Regardless, any fan of the franchise should enjoy this musical tribute to the saga of Sora and his friends.

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