Diogo Miguel


14 games reviewed
65.7 average score
70 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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8 / 10.0 - Evergate
Jan 20, 2021

Whilst it can feel unnecessarily punishing at times, there’s no doubt that Evergate still has plenty to offer and it’s certainly an interesting game to experience and more so for those out there who enjoy solving puzzles.

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Nov 23, 2020

There’s an interesting concept for a horror game here with an insane story burdened by many issues. It’s a shame since the story is interesting, but not interesting enough to put up with so many flaws. Perhaps the true villain in Remothered: Broken Porcelain are the lengthy loading screens (on Xbox One at least) that will surely haunt the dreams of those that experience them.

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8 / 10.0 - Foregone
Nov 10, 2020

Forgone might not be a ground-breaking experience, but it’s definitely one that will very likely pleasantly surprise those that play it.

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7 / 10.0 - Okunoka Madness
Oct 29, 2020

OkunoKA Madness does have some flaws, but it’s still definitely worth playing for those who enjoy testing the limits of their patience and have the necessary reflexes of a ninja to simultaneously avoid multiple dangers.

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6 / 10.0 - Maid of Sker
Oct 14, 2020

It’s a terrible shame that a game that was initially brimming with potential squanders quite a lot of it by the time that it’s almost over. More so when considering that the story is actually quite good and it has some clever moments towards the end. There’s definitely a good game here buried beneath some dodgy ideas that can make playing Maid of Skar feel like a chore at times.

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Oct 1, 2020

Super Mario Galaxy has aged like a fine wine, but one that is occasionally inconvenienced by controls that can feel odd for those who played the Nintendo Wii/Wii U version and that make it harder than necessary to get some of the stars. In fact, the HD makeover given to all three titles is definitely a good reason for playing them. Surely, one or more of the games will bring back fond memories for some and create new ones for anyone lucky enough to experience them for the first time. It’s just slightly disappointing that the games won’t feel the same as their originals and the lack of any proper extra content makes for a no frills collection.

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4 / 10.0 - Waking
Sep 22, 2020

Ultimately, Waking is its own worst enemy, since it seems confused as to what kind of game/experience it wants itself to be. The memory sections are interesting to say the least, but Waking has burdened itself with some really average action sequences.

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4 / 10.0 - We Should Talk
Sep 15, 2020

Whilst We should talk picked some interesting topics to discuss (cheating, codependency, abuse, etc) regarding relationships, it doesn’t do a particularly good job of exploring them. It’s clear that the potential is there and yet it feels like it has mostly been squandered in a very average visual novel.

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6 / 10.0 - Superliminal
Aug 21, 2020

Despite a better use of its dream setting with some more exciting puzzles to solve in the seconds half, there is no denying that it still doesn’t make the most of the setting. Specially during early moments when going through dull locations, like a hotel, whilst listening to the same boring music track that makes it very difficult to find a reason to keep going. It’s a shame to see Superliminal not making the most of its dream material, but at least it does somewhat make up for it with the occasional clever idea.

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8 / 10.0 - CARRION
Jul 29, 2020

Carrion proves that it’s a capable beast of a game that is able to entertain for the couple of hours that its story lasts. It’s shocking and gruesome at times without any real meaning and that makes it all the more worth experiencing.

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