Oscar Nino


30 games reviewed
93.3% of games recommended

Oscar Nino's Reviews

Graphic Designer, that have been working more time with videogames that he'll care to admit. Nerfeados Co-Founder and everyman (Graphic Designer, writer, editor & PR)
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Apr 10, 2020

The Foundation gives new powers to Jesse and also shows us a little bit more of the story behind the Old House. Unfortunately, the story feels a little undercooked in favor of the newfound abilities of the director which due to the nature of the game is not great.

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Mar 4, 2020

Darksiders Genesis is a welcome change to a kind of stale franchise. Airship Syndicate work is definitely a good one, although the pacing of the story can feel weird sometimes and the camera is definitely a problem that can make the combat experience a little bit clumsy.

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Jan 28, 2020

With a great use of color and a sense humor that lands more often than not, Typhoon Studios first title is a fun experience for someone who enjoys exploration. That being said, it's duration can hurt the flow of the game and make it feel too long for their own sake.

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Jul 19, 2019

CTR is back and it looks better than ever. After all the improvements we saw with the N-Sane Trilogy, Nitro-Fueled is a wonderful remake of an already great karting game. The difficulty curve and be a tough sell for some people but this is a great way to experience CTR if you're new or someone that played it on PS One years ago.

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Unscored - Blood & Truth
Jul 2, 2019

Blood & Truth is one of the greatest experiences in PlayStation VR. With a James Bond-esque story, the game has some great action sequences with a lot of goons to shoot and a plethora of weapons to use, London Studios shows us the kind of games we should see more often in VR.

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Unscored - Fade to Silence
Jun 12, 2019

Fade to Silence is a game with proper survival mechanics and an interesting story. Unfortunately the game forces you to play the way they want and for players that want a more relaxed and casual experience, the situation won't be ideal.

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May 30, 2019

After the successful Retro City Rampage, Shakedown: Hawaii takes the things to a new level. The game not only features a even better cast of characters, 16-bit graphics and some great mechanics, but also a pretty funny script even is the main character is a POS. The game also works great on PS Vita.

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Unscored - Observation
May 21, 2019

NoCode second game is just brilliant. Observation is a “walking sim”, that easily can make us feel like HAL 9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey. The studio created a story filled with tension and an unexpected ending. Also the art direction and interface design is one of the greatest I've ever seen this generation.

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Unscored - Days Gone
Apr 26, 2019

Bend Studios new IP since Syphon Filter is definitely an interesting setting with some good characters. Unfortunately the narrative doesn't have a good pacing and the gameplay can feel repetitive most of the time. Is a beautiful game to look at and the Freaker hordes are terrifying and fun to fight, but the good moments go pretty far in between.

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Unscored - Falcon Age
Apr 11, 2019

Falcon Age is an interesting adventure with a great setting. The Falcon is definitely charming and the whole cast have some great character development moments, the gameplay isn't as deep as you wish but is good enough for a VR game. Even if Falcon Age is playable without the VR headset, the meat and bones of the game appear with this peripheral.

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