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Eduardo Rebouças

Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Favorite Games:
  • Commandos 2: Men of Courage
  • Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
  • Desperados III

54 games reviewed
92.6% of games recommended
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Feb 1, 2021

Monstrum Nox might play close to the vest in just about every aspect, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a quality JRPG. Sometimes a comfort game like this is just what’s needed, and Ys IX certainly fits the bill checking all the boxes that you can expect out of a game of its kind. It’s a very fun and straight to the point adventure that’s well worth your time even if it doesn’t break the norm in any sort of way whatsoever.

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Unscored - Hitman 3
Jan 27, 2021

All in all, while I would have been happier with a more complete set of open levels like in the last game, I can’t say I did not enjoy what was there in that regard in Hitman III. There’s plenty of more enjoyment to be hopefully had with all the post-game activities, as well as discovering the mastery objectives in the main story mode. It’s definitely not the best entry in the new trilogy in any stretch, but it’s a good spot for the series to take a breather and let us kids have our fun in its ever-growing sandbox. If we have a say in it, 47 will never be out of a job.

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Scott Pilgrim Vs The World: The Game - Complete Edition is most definitely recommended for multiplayer, so if you do indeed have some folks to play it through with, don’t miss the chance to play one of the best looking retro-inspired games around. But if you’re in it only for the single player, you might be left disappointed by how unbalanced it can be.

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Dec 8, 2020

Even though it does little to make it anything but an average game, Immortals Fenyx Rising is one of the most easy going Ubisoft games in quite a while.

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Nov 24, 2020

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is an excellent addition to the modern Assassin’s Creed that doesn’t shy away from what made the franchise so popular in the first place.

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Regardless of where you end up playing it, whether it’s on PlayStation 4 or 5, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a must own.

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Trails of Cold Steel IV is as much of an epic as its predecessors in just about every way.

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Unscored - Horace
Oct 21, 2020

It’s hard to recall the last time I honestly laughed and was so emotionally invested in a game in such a short period of time as I did with this Horace. The fact that it’s now being brought to more systems and storefronts will hopefully put it into more people’s hands and give it the attention it so rightfully deserves. If I ever were to classify a game as a complete gaming experience, very few would make the cut, and I’m ecstatic to say that Horace is most definitely one I would happily do so.

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Crash Bandicoot 4 does what the series is best at by providing a hefty challenge, and some smart additions to gameplay make it ever more playable than previous entries.

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Unscored - art of rally
Oct 7, 2020

Art of Rally might not be the most realistic simulation of the sport nor the most graphically intensive, but its heart is definitely in the right place. The developers behind it have done a remarkable job making it feel like a rally experience while taking a wildly different and much more relaxed approach that helps set it apart from much more intense games like DIRT Rally 2.0 and WRC 9. It’s easily my favorite rally racer in the last few years.

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