Juanma F. Padilla


56 games reviewed
79.6 average score
80 median score
17.9% of games recommended
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85 / 100 - Battle Axe
Apr 26, 2021

Battle Ax is the latest game from a small company that seems to have had a taste for bringing us flavors of the past, and it does so with mastery. It fulfills all its characteristics: visual, sound, playable, direct and uncomplicated, and short but very replayable. A game that a lover of the genre cannot miss.

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Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack does not reinvent the wheel and remains in the comfort zone of the saga, which is where its audience is. But it offers us the best chance of getting this complete trilogy, with all the downloadable content, and some additional extras. If you are attracted to the saga or you are already following it and you missed these titles in their day, now is the time to get hold of them.

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90 / 100 - MotoGP 21
Apr 22, 2021

Milestone has taken all the good he has done so far and taken it further. It has not limited itself to leaving everything as it was and giving it a little graphic wash for the new generation, but has added aspects to help newbies and also to take its simulator side further, making MotoGP 21 a highly recommended product.

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Mar 25, 2021

Vaporum: Lockdown offers us a new story, but told without frills, through texts, audios and some dialogue. It is not worth it, in any case, to acquire the game just for its history. Nor does it offer hardly any news and its humble origin is noticeable. The developer has gone to ensure that it has already been very continuous. Which is not necessarily bad. If we liked the first installment, this one will too, as long as we don't expect any revolution but more of the same with the same invoice.

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Mar 22, 2021

Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cypher[VR] has been a long time coming, but the important thing is to do it. It offers us a title that aims to emulate some references of the genre, mixing in turn several styles of play in a game time to overcome it content. It is not exempt, however, from needing some adjustment that we hope will be made, but today a notable game has several bugs present throughout the game that, if not solved, tarnish the overall result. You can enjoy it, but we must get used to compensating for the deviation of the aim, to constantly see forced postures that spoil a set that, on the other hand, would be very visually pleasing, and to play as if there were no subtitles. In a sentence we could qualify Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cypher[VR] for PC as a remarkable game with a very improvable port.

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Mar 16, 2021

Bishoujo Battle Cyber Panic! offers us a type of game highly known and cloned to satiety since that distant Qix, but no less valid even today. Its 50 levels and its arcade-like rejubality, as well as its very reasonable price, make it a great option to spend dead time in the most entertaining way. Technically content, it does not need more, and its only obvious drawback is the absence of a multiplayer mode both local and online, as well as a music that ends up being too repetitive and pounding.

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Mar 11, 2021

Days of Heroes: D-Day brings us the memory of a look that seems to be taken from a SEGA Model 1. After this simple visual aspect, they offer us a variety of situations in missions, usually quite concrete and concise, in which a simple text will serve as a context to get us to work to shoot left and right, advancing step by step. It is a game that, while entertaining and has its virtues, does not stand out in any way compared to other alternatives that already exist on the market. In this way, it is a fun game, but without much pretense.

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Monster Energy Supercross 4 is not a game for everyone, which is the way of saying that we are facing a demanding game for lovers of the genre who do not mind spending the necessary time to climb along the trajectory mode, its main asset. Milestone is specializing in these types of games, they feel comfortable, and hopefully they will continue to give their all for many years.

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Jan 28, 2021

To evaluate a Turrican compilation is to evaluate, on the one hand, if the port is good or has flaws. On the other hand, the additions it brings. And of course the games that compose it and the selection made. Regarding the first, the port is well adapted to current platforms, visually and in terms of control. The add-ons are sparse and the menus are somewhat dull, but this is not detrimental to the final result. Of course the best are the games that compose it, because at the end of the day we are talking about 4 great games essential in the shelf of any fan of the genre. The only thing that really tarnishes the final result is the absence of Super Turrican 2, which would have made it a definitive and totally satisfactory compilation.

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The King of Fighters XIV is a big comeback for the saga, and this Ultimate Edition version is an unbeatable opportunity to jump on the bandwagon. In addition to the very large base squad (not all of them are here, but we can't say that they have fallen short by a long shot), its well-adjusted gameplay, game modes and difficulty so as not to leave anyone behind, from the most novice to the most veteran, all the additional content that has been emerging is added, making it the most complete experience, and all at a good price.

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