Oscar Nino

Bogotá
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29 games reviewed
93.1% 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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Feb 26, 2019

Far Cry: New Dawn is not only a step in the right direction after the disappointing Far Cry 5 but also a game pretty diverse in its environments and characters (Even if its setting is the same Montana of the last game). That being said, some RPG mechanics doesn't mix well and the gun customization is not as deep as other games in the franchise.

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Unscored - Metro Exodus
Feb 19, 2019

Following the trend of open world games, Metro Exodus tries to do some interesting things with its open world, that unfortunately a lot of times feels empty and the level design isn't as tight as we see in Last Light, but the game fills it's shoes with a great cast of characters, a pretty interesting setting and a beautiful world to look at.

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Feb 6, 2019

After games like Assault Horizon and Ace Combat Online, we finally have a sequel to the great Fires of Liberation. Skies Unknown not only brings great gameplay and combat mechanics, but also has some beautiful environments worthy of a photo mode. In the case of PS4, it's VR component is short but something we would love to play more.

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Jan 9, 2019

Rockstar newest game is a masterpiece. Not only shows all the talent behind its San Diego studio, but also is a statement of how you can make an interactive world feel alive. Unfortunately, the game overstays its welcome with a filler episode and an epilogue that feels too long for its own benefit.

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Dec 14, 2018

Instead of going to the action filled WWII we've seen countless times, 11-11: Memories Retold wants to show us the human element of the war. Even when the narrative beats doesn't hit where it should, is definitely an interesting experience supported by a great art direction.

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Unscored - Battlefield V
Dec 10, 2018

Battlefield V is a wonderful first-person Shooter, that unfortunately had a lot of bad timing during its release and also was surrounded by a not so important controversy that definitely hurt its image and sales.

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Unscored - Fallout 76
Dec 10, 2018

Love it or hate it, Fallout 76 is an experience with some interesting ideas that definitely don't work as well as you imagine. The bugs and the repetitive quests can be forgiven, but the empty Appalachian world makes us want to take the country roads and go back home.

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Unscored - The Forest
Dec 7, 2018

The Forest nails the mechanics for a survival game allowing us to explore and experience the main story at our own pace while we understand every mechanic each time we die. Unfortunately the story is quite forgettable and rather non sensical most of the time.

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Nov 1, 2018

Treyarch new approach to the Black Ops franchise is a hit and miss. Without a doubt is a great FPS and the inclusion of Blackout is a great idea to mix things up, but the lack of campaign definitely affects the whole package since it may have interesting characters, but leaves them no ground to explore or grow.

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Oct 25, 2018

With a forgettable Story but a strong team or characters, Starlink: Battle for Atlas is an interesting experience with good mechanics and a different approach to the “toys to life” that made games like Skylanders and Disney Infinity popular on PS3 and Xbox 360.

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