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Fernando Sánchez


163 games reviewed
77.1 average score
80 median score
17.8% of games recommended
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100 / 100 - Hades
Oct 2, 2020

Hades is a game that teaches the player and the industry that it is still possible to innovate in any genre, in this case it does so in today's saturated market for games with roguelike mechanics. In perfect communion between gameplay and narrative, Hades will keep us hooked for hours and hours on his goodness without remission, and after the hours that I myself have been absorbed, despite the fact that it surely has some defect, I can only describe it as a masterpiece .

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Nov 22, 2019

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, in addition to causing us an unexpected surprise when it was announced, has returned coming back to the right path that perhaps should not have left in the third part. Evolving all the good things about Trine 2, but borrowing the qualitative improvement from the audiovisual section of Trine 3, we find a beautiful game, with a very well-designed gameplay that will delight anyone who comes close to it.

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90 / 100 - Forgotton Anne
Nov 4, 2019

Forgotton Anne is a game that will make us fall in love with the visuals and will attract us with his plot and narrative. Join Anne in Forgotten Lands in this precious adventure while we try to do what we think is right to return home. Despite the small problem with control, the other areas are brilliants and make Anne's adventure a game that everyone should give a chance.

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90 / 100 - Firewatch
Oct 22, 2019

Firewatch is a perfectly written narrative adventure with an ideal rhythm. We will accompany Henry in his new work, which he use to escape from his real life, and establish an important and emotional connection with our boss Delilah, while we face a mystery and a fire, each more frightening. However, nothing is as it seems. Highly recommended.

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90 / 100 - Frostpunk
Oct 11, 2019

Frostpunk is like catching a city builder, like Maxis's famous Sim City but where our moral decisions can leave a trail of corpses along the way and ultimately fail means our end, or the end of the entire city. It is simply brilliant how moral decisions have been implemented with such great consequences in an almost innocent type of genre such as construction and city management, but 11 bit Studios has managed to do so, and in a very satisfactory way. Highly recommended.

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90 / 100 - Fight'N Rage
Sep 26, 2019

Great on PC and great on consoles. It is a port from PC without changes, but the original work does not need either. A classic beat'em up with a modern and exquisite playability, a bizarre artistic design, and much content to spend hours perfecting our mastery and remembering those wonderful golden years of the brawler genre and the arcades. Essential.

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Oct 3, 2019

Torchlight II is a dungeon crawler of 2012 that has aged quite well. With a very solid playable base created by Diablo's parents, and an audiovisual section that keep the type after these 7 years, we finally see it release on consoles, and it has done it in an unbeatable way, almost without news but keeping the type . Hopefully this is just a prelude to what is to come ...

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90 / 100 - Death Stranding
Dec 3, 2019

Death Stranding is a brave proposal of Hideo Kojima that shakes the foundations of the triple A games with an author's title, where the Japanese creative has had a carte blanche to capture all the creative elements he has wanted and more, and especially giving it a very human touch when sharing with the player his own experiences and his fear of loneliness. Audiovisually impeccable, the game is not without problems, although it is not uncommon to minimize them if we get gripped by the true essence of the title: CONNECT

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90 / 100 - Blasphemous
Sep 9, 2019

Action and 2D platforms with a deep and demanding combat system, and game features influenced by the great Dark Souls. All this wrapped in a magnificent pixel art and a perfect setting of a decadent and brutal world, with religion and all its imagery about guilt, sin, punishment, etc. as a central theme We will gladly handle the Penitent through the inhospitable land of Cvstodia, killing any enemy that crosses our path. Great.

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90 / 100 - Refunct
Jul 23, 2019

Refunct is a game-experience where we must jump from platform to platform while we color these and unlock new areas. For this we will have a repertoire of movements that we will learn without realizing it and naturally, and that make the experience totally fluid because also the control is exquisite. The artistic section and the sound section also do their part, so that when we finish the game, we will be left wanting more, this is its only handicap, the duration does not satisfy our enjoyment, otherwise, great.

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