Carlos Miguel Antonio da Silva

6 games reviewed
74.2 average score
78 median score
100.0% of games recommended
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Sep 10, 2020

Secret of Mana presents great environments with a traditional history when it comes to JRPGs. However, it feels like a lost opportunity to present a different experience, due to the lack of new elements and relying too much on the original material. For fans of the saga, it is surely an acquisition to consider, however there are better options on the market for those who simply want to spend a few hours playing an action JRPG.

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Sep 5, 2020

Darius received a beautiful and well-deserved tribute to this legendary series of its kind. With the help of M2 we have the possibility to try more than a dozen titles and recall old moments from the Arcades' golden past.

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Sep 3, 2020

Giraffe and Annika, presents a great premise, mixing elements of exploration, platforms and rhythm. Still, its best features are the combination of graphic sequences with the soundtrack. Its plot, while not original, tends to leave a good image in the overall experience. For those looking for an adventure that owes nothing to a fairy tale, this is an excellent option to consider.

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9 / 10.0 - Ultracore
Aug 17, 2020

Ultracore was a jewel lost in time that luckly was rescued and returned to players. For those who grew up in the golden age of 16 bits, this title is mandatory as it will definitely evoke those nostalgic memories. With fluid and pleasant gameplay, good visuals and a soundtrack that fits the bill perfectly, Ultracore ended up having the deserved end.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Disintegration
Aug 15, 2020

Disintegration is a captivating title that presents a differentiated gameplay, capturing the essential of elements from first person shots in conjecture with the real time strategy genre. Presenting a solid control of the characters, we can easily manage all the elements on the battlefield, in the various missions that we are submitted to. Even though there is a feeling of waste in what concerns the proposed narrative, the experience in the global is rewarding and positive. In the multiplayer aspect, the title could risk more, thr available modes are just over simplified considering the possibilities that the game mechanics allow. It will still allow for a few hours of fun. Fundamentally, we feel that this title has a great premise that with sustained growth and in line with community feedback it could be a major series in the future.

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Aug 10, 2020

Deliver us the moon presents a great premise that helps to creating a differentiating experience for games of the same genre. With a perfectly integrated graphics and soundtrack, it is presented an adventure that will easily capture the player's attention, facilitating the immersive process. Even though the ending does come as a little bit as anti-climatic, given the created build up, it is still a great option for those who enjoy this type of experience.

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