Diego Sierra


19 games reviewed
76.8 average score
80 median score
21.1% of games recommended
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95 / 100 - Deathloop
Sep 22, 2021

Arkane adds another wonder to his resume. Deathloop gives a twist to the roguelike genre and does so with tremendous gameplay and very original mechanics that keep us glued to the screen. It is not a perfect game, it has small flaws that prevent it from reaching the maximum score, but it is undoubtedly a must have in every rule.

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95 / 100 - Lost Judgment
Sep 16, 2021

The Ryo Ga Gotoku Studio establishes itself as one of the most consistent and fittest development teams today. Lost Judgment is an authentic work of craftsmen in which not only have all the mechanics of its predecessor been polished and refined, but also have been expanded to provide the game with an endless amount of content wrapped in a story that, despite the slowness of some sections is unforgettable and will make us reflect on the true meaning of the word "justice". A round sequel.

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Sep 9, 2021

Apsulov: End of Gods is a correct title, without great problems, but also without great virtues. It can give four or five hours of fun to anyone who gets caught up in its interesting mix of science fiction and Norse mythology, but it weighs too much for them that its narrative formula and playable structure are too attached to the topics already seen a thousand times within the genre. of first person horror games.

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Jul 26, 2021

NEO: The World Ends With You stands on its own merits among the great releases of this 2021, succeeding in the challenge of being the sequel to a cult work.its freshness, variety, rhythm and immediacy, in conjunction with its intriguing story and surprisingly good script, make it an almost safe bet, although perhaps the apparent simplicity of the redesigned combat system may cause division among fans of the first installment.

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Jun 21, 2021

Cyanide brings us one more year the official game of the Tour de France. This 2021 has not brought great changes to a formula that, although it can delight the most enthusiastic followers of cycling, it still has great shortcomings.

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Jun 10, 2021

Ratchet & Clank: A rift apart becomes on its own merits one of the most solid reasons to buy a PlayStation 5 and an ideal demonstration of all the potential it holds, offering us a small taste of the future that awaits us in the coming years.

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May 5, 2021

Capcom gives us the definitive Resident Evil to celebrate the saga's 25th anniversary. Not for being the best, not for being the most faithful to the roots, not for being the one that will cause the greatest impact in the industry and probably not for being the one that will occupy the most special place in the hearts of the players. , but yes for being a hilarious, varied, intense title, with a great sense of rhythm and, most important of all, for being the Resident Evil that has finally been able to combine in a balanced and harmonious way all the aspects that it saga has explored throughout its history.

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70 / 100 - The Medium
Feb 3, 2021

The Medium suffers from wanting to look like a classic Survival Horror, but without daring to go beyond the superficial, the aesthetic. The puzzles are irrelevant, even annoying, the resource management is zero and the progression is completely linear. When The Medium really works is when it sheds that facade and becomes a walking simulator with a powerful setting and a narrative that manages to touch our hearts.

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70 / 100 - Amnesia: Rebirth
Oct 27, 2020

Amnesia: Rebirth is hardly a stumbling block, but it is a clear step back on Frictional Games' so far ascendant trajectory. Its lack of identity and its abuse of clichés, both playable and plot, are a serious warning about the alarming creative stagnation of a genre in need of fresh air.

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Deadly Premonition 2 is a failed sequel that completely loses perspective on those elements that made the first installment special. Its history and high doses of fan service still retain enough charm to satisfy many of its staunchest followers, but many others will be disappointed to have waited ten years to receive a product that is not only inferior to its predecessor, but in large part a betrayal of its spirit.

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