Ryan Rodríguez


17 games reviewed
82.4% of games recommended
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Even if this is not the best Pokémon spin-off, Mystery Dungeon feels a little repetitive but also takes advantage of the Switch portability so playing it on short bursts makes it a better experience

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Unscored - Dreams
Mar 3, 2020

For a lot of people, this is not a must-have game. For others, Media Molecule new game show us what the PS4 is capable of and also that is possible to create a game that creates games. Dreams show you the basics of the tools and then let the user create its wildest... Dreams.

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Vanquish is still one of Platinum most interesting games. In the Anniversary Edition of the game, we not only see improved graphics but also a better performance that was a big problem of Vanquish last generation.

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Jul 3, 2019

After delays and a lot of promises, Bloodstained is finally available. The game is a love letter to the fans of the genre, even including nods to the popular series Castlevania, even with good and rewarding gameplay sometimes the performance of the game leaves a lot to be desired.

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Jul 3, 2019

Lucah: Born of a Dream is one of those games you don't see that often. The game takes the formula of the souls games and turns it on its head with a weird art style, Definitely is a joy to see the game working the way it does even if sometimes the exploration isn't as deep as other games.

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Jun 20, 2019

Puyo Puyo Champions is one of those games that can be a little bit weird to understand. The game is surely a hit with Japan audiences, but in this region might be a tough sell. That being said, the game strips every thing that might feel unnecessary just to focus on the competitive side of Puyo Puyo.

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May 17, 2019

The newest port of Final Fantasy X/X-2 remind us of how good and classic this two games are. Although still have trouble related to the length of the cinematics, FFX/X-2 is a game for fans of the franchise and a good starting point for new players.

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Sukeban first game is still a wonderful simulator. For some people won't be a deep experience, but still is a relaxing game with a very interesting lore. One of the greatest things about this game is that finally... is available in a platform that's not PS Vita.

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With easy gameplay, and a lot of cards to chose from, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a quite different game of what the franchise has showed us. Even if the story is nothing stellar is a great way to see another face of Dragon Ball that is not big outside Japan.

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Apr 15, 2019

After the brilliant Bloodborne, Sekiro: Shadows die Twice feels like a different formula using the same gameplay. The game is hard and can be frustrating sometimes, but when you learn to master some techniques, definitely becomes a rewarding game. From Software created another brilliant game and a sure Game of the Year candidate.

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