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165 games reviewed
77.1 average score
80 median score
17.6% of games recommended
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80 / 100 - White Night
Jun 1, 2018

White Night is a surprise that, bringing together the usual elements of the most popular horror titles, as well as the best noir cinema of the 30s, makes us part of a work capable of catching us from start to finish. Despite its short duration or technical drawbacks, White Night is highly recommended.

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80 / 100 - The Fall
Jun 20, 2018

Over the Moon presents this great science fiction story that will give us a lot to think about, seasoned with a classic gameplay of graphic adventures, and although not so well resolved, an action and platforms component that, although they do not feel necessary , if they give a little variety to the development. Highly recommended title for all lovers of science fiction from the 80s and 90s, they will not be disappointed.

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70 / 100 - Castle of Heart
Jul 16, 2018

Castle of Heart is a good 2D platformer and action game with age-old difficulty and a well-done setting. A classic sword and witchcraft story in a medieval fantasy world, that while not inventing anything new, it does the best it can to be an indie. The game is not without flaws, but neither is it without virtues and possibilities. Recommended.

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Jul 27, 2018

The Fall Part 2: Unbound repeats all the good from its first part and the less good. With great weight in the great setting, the interesting plot and the brilliant narrative, but with the tare of the action sections, inherited from its first part, and although totally subjective, perhaps the game feels long. However, we are facing another great science fiction work where we will have to solve a great variety of puzzles, quite a few of them new and ingenious, while we look for the person who is attacking us. Recommendable.

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Slaps and Beans is the first video game based on these two mythical actors where justice is done. All a tribute to the gangster cinema, spaghetti western, or buddy cop, out of the Italian film industry that between the 60s and 80s were the entertainment and fun of many of us who have already passed their thirties. We will handle our heroes in a classic brawler, fun without pretensions but that works perfectly based on an exquisite fan service that will delight fans. If you are not a fan of our Italian friends or simply do not know them, you will find a classic beat'em up, quite short, which even so, would be a recommended product, but which will lose its magic, perhaps interesting to give it a go on any offer.

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Aug 18, 2018

Final Light, The Prison is a mediocre product, we won't be fooled. It has a couple of good ideas, and some flashes of wanting to be something else, but it fails in execution, and you can possibly see the seams of being a very low budget game that has also been released almost without advertising and at a pretty low price for what the game is trying to offer. Not even the plot, from where it could have been much more cool, is fulfilled in the end. It's not an absolute disaster, but it's relegated to the back burner for genre lovers and the curious.

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80 / 100 - CastleStorm
Aug 28, 2018

CastleStorm comes to Switch after its journey through almost all platforms, with a full version well adapted to the characteristics of the Nintendo hybrid. Although the control of the ballista continues to give war when played traditionally, the game maintains its freshness, its simple concept and its correct learning curve, where we will be taught to play and open up new possibilities little by little. It features a humorous story mode, especially the Vikings campaign, a competitive mode, and a cooperative mode, which make a fairly complete and interesting version. Recommended.

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65 / 100 - Lifeless Planet
Sep 6, 2018

Lifeless Planet comes to Switch four years later with the same proposal, a proposal that can catch you or leave you mildly indifferent. Trying to cover several things, and it does not quite do it well, but at some point it succeeds, and together with a typical but effective mystery plot, it may have you glued to the screen for the five hours that the game can last, because the exploration is not awarded, and the development is more linear than it seems. However if this does not stop us and we know how to see its virtues, the game will be enjoyable.

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65 / 100 - Fall of Light
Sep 13, 2018

The proposal of this dungeon crawler with an isometric view and mechanics directly inspired by the works Dark Souls and ICO is striking enough to attract fans of either of these two franchises, although let's not kid ourselves, the game has certain flaws that make it difficult for us. It will make it more difficult than it already is. If you are a fan, especially Dark Souls, it will be worth giving it a try, which in addition to sounding familiar to us, the story will invite us to continue to make the extra effort to overcome those technical and playable pitfalls. If you are not such a fan, better wait for a sale, but big ones.

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85 / 100 - Planet Alpha
Sep 21, 2018

PLANET ALPHA is a game of delicious invoice, with a simply perfect artistic section and 2.5D gameplay that works well. We will have to remove our character from this beautiful and dangerous planet while we attend something much greater, a conflict that escapes from our hands, but that influences how our adventure progresses. Platforms, puzzles, exploration, stealth, end up forming a very attractive cocktail for any player.

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