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Farley Santos

Brasília, Brazil

Favorite Games:
  • Hollow Knight
  • Hades
  • Slay the Spire

31 games reviewed
78.4 average score
80 median score
61.3% of games recommended
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Dec 29, 2020

Ori and the Will of the Wisps combine intricate ambience and agile pace to create an immersive adventure. It is great to control Ori, as his movements are fluid and varied, and there are always many options when it comes to overcoming obstacles - it is rewarding to understand when to use each technique, especially to reach hard to access places. The spirit's skills are put to the test in an extensive world with diverse navigation puzzles, platform sections and many optional areas full of secrets. In addition, the Niwen forest has beautiful and richly built areas, explored in an exciting and gentle fable of fantasy and friendship. In the end, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a magical and exceptional experience.

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9 / 10.0 - Grindstone
Dec 21, 2020

Grindstone uses simple mechanics in an elegant way in an exceptional puzzle. Creating sequences of attacks during the stages is easy and intuitive, but the increasing difficulty forces us to think strategically - it is very rewarding to clear the board with a well thought out combo or to get out of a complicated situation unscathed. New elements are introduced constantly, invigorating the experience frequently, even though some problems, such as peaks of difficulty, are a little annoying. These qualities, together with a stylish colorful look and a lot of content, make Grindstone an addictive game.

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8 / 10.0 - Part Time UFO
Dec 17, 2020

Part Time UFO uses charm and creativity to create a great puzzle games. Carrying things with a claw and doing countless jobs is fun, mainly because of the wide variety of situations, which are even cooler in the company of a friend. Some moments are annoying, as they require a lot of precision and the controls don't always offer the needed accuracy - luckily, they are rare. The visual captivates with the use of lots of color and expressive characters, and there is a lot of content to explore in optional modes and challenges. In the end, Part Time UFO is a unique experience and a remarkable puzzle.

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Dec 15, 2020

Alba: Wildlife Adventure offers an immersive and beautiful experience. It is captivating to explore an island in search of animals to photograph while trying to prevent the mayor's greed and the degradation of nature. The ambience won me over with its stunning look and countless beautiful places to visit, and the light pace creates a relaxing atmosphere. The topics covered are interesting and the simplicity of the systems makes the adventure accessible, but I believe that it would not hurt to do a little more depth. In the end, Alba's adventure oozes character and is a great option for those looking for a peaceful experience.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Destropolis
Dec 8, 2020

Destropolis entertains with stages brimming with projectiles and chaos. The action is frantic and exciting, thanks to lots of weapons, skills and intense challenge, especially in the company of friends. However, the absence of other modes, shallow mechanics and limited variety of situations makes the experience repetitive in a short time. In the end, the game is a good option for quick and uncompromised fun, but nothing more.

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6.5 / 10.0 - John Wick Hex
Dec 4, 2020

John Wick Hex dares to explore the film franchise in a genre completely different from the inspirational material. The mix of puzzle and strategy is immersive with concepts that mix tactical thinking and real time elements, and it's very exciting to face several enemies simultaneously - in these moments, we have the feeling of being inside one of the elaborate action scenes of the films. It is a pity that the limited variety of content and situations makes the experience repetitive, however it is a creative title.

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9 / 10.0 - Haven
Dec 3, 2020

Haven captivates with an adventure that mixes light RPG and survival elements. It is exciting to glide through an exotic planet with areas that invite exploration. The combat surprises with its depth and variety in tactical battles that require rhythm, coordination and a lot of attention. At the center of this is a charismatic couple of protagonists whose relationship is explored in countless fun scenes full of complicity. Some elements in the exploration are a little obtuse and break the fluidity, but they are circumventable. In the end, Haven turns out to be a remarkable and memorable journey.

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7.5 / 10.0 - The Pathless
Nov 20, 2020

The Pathless wraps you with its agile mechanics and a sense of freedom. It is ecstatic to explore the world as the Huntress, who jumps and runs with speed and style while shooting arrows at targets. Progression is free and the vast settings have a lot of puzzles and story context, but the limited variety gets tiring after a while. The visuals, the music and the ambiance create an adventure with a contemplative feel, however the simplicity of many aspects is uncomfortable. In the end, The Pathless offers a unique, if not very memorable, journey.

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Nov 3, 2020

The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny is a portable version of the fighting series that manages to adapt its main characteristics in a smaller package. The combat system is surprisingly deep, and many interesting mechanics make the battles exciting, even with some limitations in the controls and the rhythm. In addition to being technically great, the game has a lot of content to unlock, which encourages exploring all modes. The Switch version offers reasonable, if somewhat limited, options. In the end, The Last Blade: Beyond the Destiny is one of the best titles in Neo Geo Pocket Color lineup and also a remarkable retro fighting game.

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8 / 10.0 - Carto
Oct 30, 2020

Carto captivates with its mix of inventive puzzles and relaxing pacing. The main concept of manipulating the map to solve puzzles and tasks is quite interesting, and various situations explore it in creative ways. The challenges are accessible, but there are sections with obscure solutions or steps that hinder progress a little. The chill tone is reinforced with a colorful universe reminiscent of an illustrated book, simple text and diverse themes approached with humor, making exploration a delight. In the end, Carto is a charming and different adventure that is worth checking out.

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