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165 games reviewed
77.1 average score
80 median score
17.6% of games recommended
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Aug 13, 2020

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove is the definitive version that the shovel knight deserved, and an example from Yacht Club Games to any other developer of how to create a classic destined to last.

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Aug 5, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is the latest Sucker Punch play. An outstanding game that presents us with the most trustworthy and beautiful feudal Japan that we can remember. A game made with respect and affection, that although it is not as revolutionary as it appears, if it meets the most important premise, fun.

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Jul 29, 2020

SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE offers us almost the same as the original SUPERHOT, but in almost infinite rations. The new additions give a lot of gameplay and allow a great variety of situations, although it is also true that the design of the scenarios, being its configuration generated procedurally, is not as bright as in the original game. Every SUPERHOT fan will be congratulated.

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80 / 100 - Ruiner
Jul 28, 2020

RUINER is a twin stick shooter that offers much more than meets the eye. An interesting plot, a cyberpunk setting of manual, frenetic action but also tactical and strategic thanks to the skills system, and guaranteed fun for the first game of Reikon Games, which have aimed high and have achieved a game that is very interesting for fans of the action.

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Jul 23, 2020

Catherine: Full Body completes its original version, and it does it with many new features, both playable and storylines, with a third girl in disagreement, Rin, who will make Vincent's love life more complicated if possible. A good mix of puzzles, platforms and a visual novel that, in addition to giving off originality, deals with adult subjects in which many of us will be reflected.

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Jul 21, 2020

Zombie Army Trilogy is the full version that includes the two independent expansions of Sniper Elite V2 and a new campaign as a conclusion. The best of the game is its cooperative multiplayer of up to 4 players and its turn to the most arcade action, where we will have to face the Z plan of the Führer and destroy hundreds of terrifying beings from hell. Although it is not a new game, it offers uncomplicated fun, which is more than welcome.

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Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire is Alfa System's first bullet hell since the interesting Castle of Shikigami III, from which it inherits the entire playable core, which is to be safe. What already remains to the player's taste is the packaging that has been given, which lacks ambition in my opinion. Regardless, danmaku fans are going to enjoy it without hesitation.

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80 / 100 - Ultracore
Jul 15, 2020

Ultracore is a fairly platform-oriented, exploration-focused run & gun that was programmed by DICE in 1995 and which, after being canceled in its day, finally it was released last year. 5 labyrinthine levels await you where you can destroy hundreds of enemies with improved control and an inviting soundtrack. Pure nostalgia with certain touches that suit him very well, and certain flaws that we do not understand how they have been maintained, even so, it is very much worth it.

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Jul 14, 2020

NAMCO MUSEUM ARCHIVES Volume 2 includes other 10 classic Namco games for Famicom -some of them developed by third parties-, and adds the 8-bit version of the Arcade Gaplus as an extra. A selection of titles a little weaker than that of the first volume, a good emulation from M2 and an attractive price is what the second volume of the Namco compilation offers us, slightly below the first installment.

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Jul 13, 2020

NAMCO MUSEUM ARCHIVES Volume 1 includes 10 classic Namco games for Famicom and adds the 8-bit version of a more current game as an extra. A correct selection of titles, a good emulation from M2 and an attractive price is the letter of introduction of the first volume of the Namco compilation that would not have hurt any more extra content.

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