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250 games reviewed
77.4 average score
80 median score
17.6% of games recommended
10 / 100 - S.O.N
May 27, 2019

I understand that it is a novel study of two members who are learning, I understand that the formula of what they wanted to do has given them only half an hour, and I understand that they have wanted to tell a story and it has gone out of hand. What I don't understand is how they want to charge 20 euros for this, it doesn't fit in my head, if it's not even optimized and it's full of bugs. You have some good idea and nothing else, and that's not worth what they're asking. And he's bugged my PS4 trophies too. Run away from him!

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50 / 100 - Panorama Cotton
Nov 9, 2021

This version of Panorama Cotton was perfect for western audiences to get to know the original Mega Drive game, which, in addition to not leaving Japan, had a very limited distribution. However, technical problems in the loading of the graphics compared to the original game and its impact on the gameplay recommend leaving your acquisition on standby until the problems have not been solved.

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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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50 / 100 - Fight of Gods
Mar 4, 2019

The idea of ​​this Fight of Gods, despite being controversial, is at least curious, and why not say it, also interesting. But the execution is not up to scratch, the game is rough and not very dynamic, its input is a bit chaotic, its difficulty is unfair, and its content is scarce, both for fighters and game modes, especially these. The premise is simple, but it is lost in execution, a real shame. And finally the technical section does not accompany, we are not going to ask for miracles, but a little more graphic care would have been appreciated.

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Oct 28, 2022

Alan Wake Remastered is a game that deserves to be enjoyed, there is no doubt about that, but the Nintendo Switch version is only recommended if there is really no option to play it on another platform. We expected much more from this conversion, especially seeing the level of other versions for the platform, but it seems that Remedy was on to something else and what has come out has come out. A great game in a poor version.

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Nov 9, 2020

With Remothered: Broken Porcelain we can see what the developers wanted to do, but sadly we will see how badly they have done it. The game is months away from development, has too many bugs, bugs, and technical problems to ignore, and the worst thing is that they do affect the gameplay a lot. We're quite disappointed after a remarkable first installment, and hope that Stormind Games will face off and fix this mess, or they'll blow their reputation.

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Oct 18, 2019

Flying Girl Striker is a shoot'em up 3D on rails that has made the way from mobile platforms to Nintendo Switch in the worst possible way, without adapting the game economy of a monetized Free to Play, to a game without microtransactions. Pure arcade, without argument, and quite generic, but in spite of everything, fun at the time of play, especially for short sessions.

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60 / 100 - XIII
Sep 30, 2022

Although the remake of XIII was released in 2020 to generally negative reviews, this version, which is now being released for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series -and to which the 2020 versions will be updated for free- has corrected several of the initial problems of the game, although there is still work to be done. If you couldn't enjoy the original game in its day, this remake in its current state may already be a good option for it, as long as we stick to its flaws.

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60 / 100 - Comanche
Nov 26, 2021

The Comanche franchise returns after 20 years and it does so with a fifth installment that does not shine like the previous ones, perhaps because it started from different premises than those that have finally reached us, making us feel its structure a bit repetitive and its generic design. Despite everything, lovers of helicopter games or the original franchise can take advantage of what this Comanche offers us.

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60 / 100 - Aeon Must Die!
Nov 12, 2021

Aeon Must Die! It is a game that is not for everyone. It is loaded with good ideas not so well executed, and it is complex and unfriendly for the player who takes time to find out how things work. It becomes enjoyable when it is finally mastered, but you have to be patient with it, and the rhythm between action and story doesn't help either. Artistically it is beautiful and its history can be interesting, so it is worth taking a look if we know what to expect.

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60 / 100 - Zenith
Oct 23, 2020

Simplicity and humor, those are the premises of Zenith, an action RPG similar in style to the Diablo franchise, which offers us a rather rogue sense of humor as the engine and driver of the adventure. It works but halfway, as it suffers from little fresh and too simple mechanics, and a technical section that lacks work behind. Still, if you want to have a fun time with a very "Spanish" humor you can give it a try.

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60 / 100 - ASCENDANCE
May 28, 2019

ASCENDANCE is a playable experience with simple premises and a goal that seeks calm and relaxation as we move forward by jumping between platforms and getting access to all the nodes, and control points, which unfortunately suffers several ups and downs due to technical issues, and certain decisions in the design that may know little or fall into repetition, although the short duration can also be a palliative for this. But if you like the type of game, its low price may invite you to give it a try.

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60 / 100 - Time Carnage
Nov 15, 2018

Going from VR to a normal game is not easy, because the effect of surprising you lose on the way. This is what happens to Time Carnage, that what it does it does well, but it is not enough. Once the claim of virtual reality is lost, we are left with a somewhat slow wave shooter in its development, with little variety of game modes and some of these widely wasted. In its favor, it must be said that the four historical settings give rise to a variety of enemies, each with its own patterns and weaknesses, and that the mechanics with the four weapon slots give a certain dynamism and frenzy to the action in the waves. more advanced. It is a game that can be tested, although always before in VR if we have the option.

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60 / 100 - Arcade Fuzz
Apr 17, 2020

ARCADE FUZZ collects two games by brazilian indie developer Walter Romero, TTV3 and WARPZONE DRIFTER. Pure arcades that require extreme skill, ideal for fast and frantic games, but are not as refined as his star saga, UBERMOSH.

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60 / 100 - Blades of Time
Jun 20, 2019

Blades of Time is a mediocre hack and slash in most of its sections but it saves furniture due to its gameplay section rich in variety and conveniently developed, and a fast, dynamic combat, and full of possibilities. The reason for bringing it back to the present day for the Nintendo hybrid is not well understood either, but at least it does so at a reduced price. If you are a fan of this type of games, you may know how to take advantage of Ayumi's adventures in Dragonland.

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Feb 24, 2020

Nicky - The Home Alone Golf Ball is a fast-paced and cost-effective game that, after a little success on smartphones and PCs, tries its luck on the Nintendo console. We face a skill game where we must throw Nicky as many times as necessary to overcome the obstacles and challenges of the stage and reach the goal, or the hole in that case. It is entertaining, and for the price it has, it is worth spending some time.

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60 / 100 - Down to Hell
Feb 21, 2020

Down to Hell is one of those games that are born from the inspiration of the Dark Souls franchise. It takes as its premise the atmosphere and the combat, and manages to do it quite well in the first, but a not very refined control does not allow it to do equally well in the second. This is not the only problem, and we will see details that could be better, although in the end we will continue to have a moderately enjoyable adventure if we are not too demanding.

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60 / 100 - Music Racer
Feb 17, 2020

Music Racer has gone from being a very interesting and rewarding experience on PC and Android, to a fairly simple and at times repetitive experience, for the simple loss of a feature such as the use of our own music. The basis may be the same, but it changes the experience that will now depend on whether or not we connect with the 29 electronic music themes that the game proposes. It is still interesting, but it is better to look at the tracklist first.

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60 / 100 - STELLATUM
Jan 6, 2020

STELLATUM is a shoot'em up inspired by the classic Asteroids that will face us to 80 short levels but with a rather high difficulty, which will require a continuous improvement of our starship. This mechanic improvements will present a new facet of the game, that of the customization of our starship with hundreds of possible combinations, and the collection of materials, which is based on repeating completed levels. This may not please everyone, and together with a little unfair game economy, it makes the game relegated to players who know very well what STELLATUM offers, and still see his proposal attractive.

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With Asterix & Obelix XXXL: The Ram From Hibernia, the XXL subsaga returns with a fourth installment that is very continuous with respect to the third installment. The great attraction of this fourth part is the multiplayer of up to four players, which is how you can get the most out of the title. It's not a bad game but we all thought that Slap them All! it was the way to go.

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