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Leonardo Faria

São Paulo, Brazil
LeoFromTheBlock

Favorite Games:
  • Perfect Dark
  • Rock Band 2
  • Doom

59 games reviewed
71.8 average score
75 median score
50.8% of games recommended
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May 15, 2020

Songs For a Hero is the kind of game that might not impress you with its gameplay and visuals, but will certainly win you over with its funny lyrics and overall cute sense of humor.

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9 / 10.0 - Gorn
May 14, 2020

You may look at Gorn gameplay footage and think it’s nothing special, but this is one of the most entertaining VR games I’ve played in a long time. Killing these intentionally janky barbarians is not only a cathartic way to have fun in VR, but also a great way to burn some calories without ever thinking that you’re working out.

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8 / 10.0 - SuperMash
May 8, 2020

All in all, SuperMash succeeds because, even though it might have some flaws in its technical department, it’s still a fantastic idea that leaves a lot of room for experimentation and replayability. I have already played more than fifty mishmashes and I feel I have only scratched the surface of what this game has to offer.

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7 / 10.0 - Antigraviator
May 5, 2020

Antigraviator is a fine futuristic racing game that might fill in a momentary gap while we wait for the eventual release of Pacer. This is a game that’s best enjoyed on an Xbox One, not because it plays better on that console, but because it’s where it faces the least competition.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Ministry of Broadcast
May 3, 2020

Ministry of Broadcast ended up being an enjoyable throwback to the heyday of cinematic platformers, but its weighty gameplay wasn’t what I enjoyed the most about it. Even though it played and felt like something the developers of Flashback would have developed twenty-five years ago, the best thing about it is its dreary atmosphere and dark sense of humor.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Task Force Kampas
May 1, 2020

I’ll admit I expected little from Task Force Kampas other than a quick and unenthusiastic pastime. It ended up being a lot better than I could have expected. It’s ugly and limited, that’s for sure, but it’s tons of fun. It’s a perfect “pick up and play” experience that’s stupidly challenging, but not enough to be considered frustrating.

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9 / 10.0 - Streets of Rage 4
Apr 29, 2020

Streets of Rage 4 is exactly how the franchise should have been handled in the 21st century. It features brand new visual upgrades, gameplay improvements, online multiplayer, and a killer modern soundtrack, but it still retains the charm and soul of the Mega Drive classics.

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8 / 10.0 - Grimvalor
Apr 27, 2020

Grimvalor is a delightful surprise. Not exactly the most innovative metroidvania out there, nor the most challenge game with gameplay elements derived from Dark Souls, but it manages to provide a satisfactory level of challenge and a lot of secrets to unfold in one inexpensive package.

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7 / 10.0 - SnowRunner
Apr 27, 2020

Snowrunner might only be thoroughly enjoyed by a small niche audience, but they will have the time of their life with it. It is bigger, prettier, and a bit more fun than its predecessor, even if the camera controls are exponentially more annoying to deal with this time around.

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8 / 10.0 - MotoGP 20
Apr 23, 2020

I know I might sound like a scratched record with this verdict, but MotoGP 20 is basically like the other recent motorcycling racers that have been released on modern consoles: extremely competent when it comes to graphics, sound and content, with more than enough to keep you invested for months, but you’ll need to get used to its very realistic and newcomer-unfriendly controls first.

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