David Oña


18 games reviewed
74.7 average score
80 median score
55.6% of games recommended
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Big Brain Adademy returns with an instalment that emphasises its multiplayer part, but falls short both in terms of options and content. What is available is good, but it is also insufficient at a time when it is easy to find more interesting proposals, both in terms of mental training and in terms of the party games catalogue. It's not a bad game, but it doesn't go beyond the minimum required.

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Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water is back. That's good news, and while it's not the best in the series, I've enjoyed it like crazy. It still retains the authenticity of the franchise, which makes it a more than valid option for anyone who wants to approach a slightly different survival horror that has a unique approach, but at the same time tastes like a classic.

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Oct 25, 2021

A few months ago, Humankind was presented as a candidate to become the benchmark of turn-based strategy for the next few years. Now, with a similar love for the story, but with a different tone, Age of Empires IV arrives to reposition the franchise in the Olympus of RTS. A title that knows how to pick up and update the essence of the saga, and that is the basis of a resurgence that seems to have a long life ahead of it. If you like the genre, clear your diaries.

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7 / 10.0 - Lost in Random
Sep 10, 2021

‎Lost in Random is a title of adventure and brave action, which constantly seeks its own form of expression as far as the action is concerned, and that along the way accumulates many successes and some other but. It presents a dark and interesting universe, which constantly flirts with humor and children's terror, achieving a tone that will delight fantasy lovers. He compensates for his lack of finesse in combat with the riskiness of his proposal and with some dialogues that will bring you more than a smile.‎

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8 / 10.0 - Tales of Arise
Sep 8, 2021

Tales of Arise comes to prove that the series still has a lot to say. At a time when fans of the genre are in for a treat, Bandai Namco has decided to join the party and offer us one of the best instalments of the franchise. A perfect entry into the franchise, with an interesting story, charismatic characters, beautiful artwork and a combat system that's as accessible as it is deep. It takes a while to get going, but when it does, it's hard to put the controller down before starting the next dungeon.

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Sep 8, 2021

Life is Strange: True Colors is a game that constantly aims higher, but never really takes off. Neither the power, nor the story, nor the environment are up to its greatest virtue, which is none other than Alex Chen, its main character. The good ideas are weighed down by the timidity of a game that does not end up betting on its own proposals. There are things to rescue, it has a good rhythm, and it is easy to get into, but it is within the best instalments of the franchise.

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Aug 30, 2021

Aliens: Fireteam Elite is an online co-operative action title that exudes love for the franchise on which it is based, that doesn't aspire to revolutionise anything and that has, in its simplicity, its main virtues and defects. As accessible and satisfying as it is repetitive. A perfect videogame to enjoy in company. Immediate fun that will also delight fans of the second film installment of the franchise. A pity it doesn't take more risks and is so predictable in almost everything it does.

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8 / 10.0 - 12 Minutes
Aug 23, 2021

‎12 Minutes is a statement of intent on the part of Luis Antonio, a video game that elevates him as a designer, and places him on the map after having gone through Rockstar Games and having participated in projects as disparate as The Witness or What Remains of Edith Finch. Now, he puts on the table his particular vision of graphic adventure, with a video game that exudes a love for textual enigma, cinema and mystery. A title that, at most, can take you a couple of afternoons, but that will leave a great taste in your mouth and, quite possibly, the brains smoky.‎

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9 / 10.0 - Humankind
Aug 16, 2021

‎Humankind has been a surprise, a title of strategy and management by turns that has not only met the expectations generated, but, in my opinion, has exceeded them. The work of Amplitude enjoys a balance between depth and accessibility difficult to find, a proposal capable of hooking at least ducho in this type of video games and to satisfy the needs of the experienced player. A design that, in addition, comes accompanied by a large audiovisual section and an exemplary documentation work.‎

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Jul 27, 2021

‎Samurai Warriors 5 brings us back the Japanese feudalism passed through the filter of anime and combined with some of what Omega Force learned in its approaches to other franchises. A musou for musou fans that emphasizes the story and strives to provide it with interesting characters and a rich background, but that falls short when it comes to reinterpreting the use of its characters. Those who know what the story is about will feel right at home, the rest, go carefully.‎

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Jul 26, 2021

‎An exemplary remaster that includes two great graphic novels that make up an entire story arc. The best judgments of the video game scene return and they do it with two unpublished titles in our territory. The Great Ace Attroney Chronicles takes us to Victorian England to talk about crimes, corruption, legislation and many other topics dealt with through the prism of western romanticization that the anime performs from Japan. Being somewhat less redundant and more direct would have been wonderful and would have reduced the number of hours needed to complete it. Even so, if you are able to jump the language barrier, you will come up against a different video game full of humor and second readings.‎

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is the return of a title that celebrates a decade but that is an example of the good work that occurs in the most careful Nintendo. A review of the classic formula of the saga read and executed through the prism of motion control, and a lesson in design that offers good palaces, a succession of puzzles very well measured that ends at the top, one of the most worked stories of the series, a spectacular soundtrack and a unique combat system. A revision to the height that updates with success what is already a classic of the franchise.

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8 / 10.0 - F1 2021
Jul 12, 2021

An excellent game on the track that presents Braking Point, its story mode, as a great novelty, and becomes the worst section of the whole title. If the idea is to keep this new mode, there is a lot of work to do. At the moment, it tastes like a precooked story, made in a hurry and without affection. Nothing to do with the rest of the proposals, which introduce us fully in the F1 world. If you come for the races, it is a spectacular videogame, but if you come for the story mode, be cautious.

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Jun 8, 2021

Guilty Gear Strive is a hyperbolic exercise in style in the fighting genre, the next step in a path initiated by Arc System Works that combines form and substance to create a new instalment that reaffirms the strength of a saga that, despite being niche, is practically undeniable. Lucid to achieve that "easy to play, difficult to master", as precise as it is enjoyable in combat and concise in its proposal. A must for fans of the genre and a safe bet for anyone in the mood for great fights to the rhythm of good guitar playing.

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May 5, 2021

Resident Evil Village tastes new while still exuding the aromas of its essence. It manages to explore terror through new settings while compiling different approaches to build a videogame that, while tending towards action, does not forget the puzzle, exploration and tension typical of the saga. All this with a top technical aspect and an interesting plot that manages to be significant in the macro-plot of its fiction.

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Apr 22, 2021

NieR Replicant ver.1.2247444487139... is an update of the cult hit that, despite what it may seem at first glance, represents an excellent way to approach the classic. An update that focuses on combat and technical aspects while keeping the structure and essence of the original intact. As chaotic as it is brilliant.

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8 / 10.0 - It Takes Two
Mar 24, 2021

A firm commitment to cooperative multiplayer, a title that seeks to continue expanding a particular idea, a way of seeing the game in which its author has placed his trust. For that reason alone it deserves a certain degree of attention. But it also manages to make this proposal based on cooperation work wonderfully. Not only does it fill an empty space in our catalogs, but it also does it with a good grade.

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8 / 10.0 - Loop Hero
Mar 17, 2021

Loop Hero is a unique and different proposal that brings a fresh approach, with character and capable of engaging anyone who approaches it with an open mind. One of those titles that must be approached with restraint if you don't want to end up compromising the rest of your responsibilities.

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