Juanma F. Padilla


41 games reviewed
79.8 average score
80 median score
17.1% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - Partisans 1941
Oct 14, 2020

Partisans 1941 shows us a somewhat less known and exploited side of World War II, and it does so with a strategy game that mixes management, tactical combat, exploration and other elements that come together perfectly to have its own identity. A very fun first installment that promises and we hope it becomes a saga.

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80 / 100 - Hotshot Racing
Oct 7, 2020

Hotshot Racing is a long-awaited game and, at times, it seemed that it was not going to come to fruition. Thanks surely to the alliance with Curve Digital and the invaluable collaboration with Sumo Digital, we finally have a game that promises to bring us the flavor of the driving arcades of the 90s to our current platforms and, although there will be users who may prefer to continue reliving the classics, if you prefer to expand your options here is a recommended one that would not clash between the games of the time.

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90 / 100 - Let's Sing Queen
Oct 5, 2020

The death of Freddie Mercury was one of those that shook the entire society, Queen's music lovers, above all. However, their successes have transcended their time and, thanks to music video games, even those not versed in musical art, we can emulate and be part of the band in the best possible way. The game is full of songs and has enough modes to give it a little more life both alone, singing hand in hand with Freddie himself, and in company. The facility to get a microphone is completed by its wide compatibility with various types of devices. The only thing we inevitably miss is a greater selection of themes.

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Sep 25, 2020

A lot has happened since Dungeon Keeper 3 was canceled, but Dungeons came to take over and is in good health. The launch of this "Complete Collection" is an ideal opportunity to purchase the game, if we did not already have it, and enjoy a large amount of content. The game offers certain new features, and being able to alternate two different types of game between the surface and the subsoil gives variety, which is good news for lovers of a series that does not have many alternatives to use. The control is well adapted, but sometimes it asks for keyboard + mouse.

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Sep 21, 2020

Saints Row The Third Remastered offers exactly what the original offered almost 10 years ago. With a logical and necessary aesthetic facelift and all the content that was released by DLCs included, it is still a very fun and engaging game, and a great opportunity for those who could not enjoy it in their day, but perhaps who already own the one from 2011, have no reason to approach this new version, and it could have been used to make some small playable improvement.

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90 / 100 - F1 2020
Sep 15, 2020

Codemasters has been improving the official F1 saga, delivery after delivery, for 10 years, and culminates it with this F1 2020. A well-deserved tribute to Michael Schumacher that is more complete than ever and can reach more audiences with its new modes casual, local multiplayer and creation of "My Team" where you can manage it apart from competing on the circuits themselves. It can be enjoyed with a pad but where it shines the most and becomes essential is with a set of steering wheel + pedals.

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80 / 100 - Star Renegades
Sep 10, 2020

Star Renegades is the second game from Massive Damage, Inc. After that drinkable game they take another step in their development as a company and bring us a tactical role-playing game with touches of roguelite that drinks artistically and in development from the classics, but acquires its Your own identity and a satisfying combat system of your own once you master it.

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Sep 9, 2020

Danger on Gorgon is an expansion like the ones before, and when scoring The Outer Worlds: Danger in Gorgona we do it as the game set + expansion since it is added and forms symbiosis with the base game. And, although it is not essential, we do consider its acquisition highly recommended to expand and enjoy this great Obsidian game. Technically it does not vary with respect to what has already been seen, but as happens in the expansions, it is limited to being a continuist and expanding content. And in that aspect, that of expanding content and integrating with the game, it does it perfectly. The perfect complement while waiting for a sequel to exist.

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95 / 100 - Disco Elysium
Sep 8, 2020

An original approximation of what it would be like to play a tabletop role-playing game on your computer or console, an original plot and the feeling of reading a good book in which you are the protagonist. All that and more is Disco Elysium, a unique game that any fan of the genre should have in their library.

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WRC 9 does not come to revolutionize the genre or the saga, nor does it need to, but to polish a well-known formula to become an essential that offers us a wide individual experience with its new career mode, but also putting the focus on eSports , its more traditional multiplayer and the option to enjoy legendary cars. Better with a steering wheel, we hope that in future installments the option of VR will be added to complete the simulation experience that immerses us in an experience that is as close to actually driving one of these vehicles.

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