Adrián de Francisco


18 games reviewed
44.4% of games recommended
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Jan 11, 2021

In Override 2: Super Mech League we find a very entertaining game of mecha fighting, which despite not having many playable options, knows how to give variety with more than 20 robots totally different from each other and with an online mode that with friends is a lot best. Ideal game for fans of aesthetics or fighting games who want to try something far (but not much) from Tekken or Street Fighter

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Unscored - DiRT 5
Nov 11, 2020

DiRT 5 offers us a game that seeks to entertain without further pretensions, giving us more than enough content to spend a few afternoons, either with the trajectory mode, playing online or testing the dozens of arenas created by the community. With more than 60 cars and its "anything goes" philosophy, it will entertain us in short games that you link until time passes by.

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Oct 22, 2020

Asterix and Obélix XXL Romastered is a great tribute to its 2003 original, taking all the good it had and giving us a graphic section updated to the current era that feels great. It is a short game, which in about 10-12 hours you can have it finished, but you will enjoy them one after another with its platform style and its continuous references to the Goscinny and Uderzo comics. Especially recommended for fans of cartoons, but also for the little ones in the house.

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Unscored - Warborn
Oct 19, 2020

Warborn is a game that puts us on a board with political struggles between its commanders and factions, but in which this fight is not transmitted to the gameplay, sinning slowly on some occasions and having a very simple campaign to complete in a few hours . The story engages because it is entertaining and puts you within those factions, but if it were accompanied by a better gameplay it would be a more interesting game. Even so, if you are a fan of strategy, it is a curious game because of the armor you control, easy to complete and with a good story.

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Oct 7, 2020

Star Wars: Squadrons is, in a condensed summary, a game of ships. If we only stayed with that, we would have a good game, but if we add everything that surrounds the Star Wars universe we have a gigantic title with much to offer and an addictive gameplay that will give us many hours of fun destroying ships in online battles. It will dazzle both fans of the genre and fans of the universe created by George Lucas, and all this at a reduced starting price.

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Unscored - Port Royale 4
Sep 25, 2020

In Port Royale 4 we find a management game that, for our personal taste, surpasses many others in the genre due to its complexity and the different options it gives us to manage trade and resource management. All this added to the naval battles, gives a totally good game for lovers of strategy.

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Unscored - NBA 2K21
Sep 15, 2020

Visual Concepts once again brings the NBA into our hands with a totally round game that, despite having gotten out of the fold with the new shooting system, is still a title that represents the NBA like no other, with a gigantic quality at the graphic level and playable level. It's a great farewell for this generation and it leaves us wanting to see what the next one will bring us.

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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions is a game that recreates like no other the essence of Captain Tsubasa, knowing how to give an arcade gameplay with spectacular movements full of eye-catching and that will dazzle the fans of the series, since doing the Miracle Drive Shot with Tsubasa or using the Golden Combi to make combined shots is priceless if you are one of those who had a snack in front of TV in the 90s.

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Unscored - Wasteland 3
Aug 26, 2020

Wasteland 3 is a old-school role-playing game, with a compelling story, a combat system that promises but is not groundbreaking and some funny moments and black mood, which always remind us that we are in a post apocalyptic world, but with a smile. Don't forget the powerful character editor, rhythm voices, and the beautiful scenery that puts you in that atmosphere of cold and snowy Colorado.

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In Railway Empire Complete Collection we find a good game, with enough game modes and scenarios to spend a lot of hours in front of the console, since the options at the level of building the railway network, preparing the strategy or seeing as powerhouses the industry that most interest us are enormous, and all this expanded with all the downloadable content included in this edition.

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