Alessandro Reppucci


20 games reviewed
77.9 average score
80 median score
80.0% of games recommended
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Unlike previous versions, Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee New'n'Tasty arrives on Switch with a few graphic stumbles, sacrificing some aspects from a visual point of view. For those who haven’t yet had the pleasure of taking part in this great escape in the role of the nice Abe this version remains a good edition albeit with some compromises that manages to entertain especially thanks to the possibility of using it portable.

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7.9 / 10.0 - Two Point Hospital
Mar 13, 2021

The definitive version of Two Point Hospital, entitled Jumbo Edition, arrives on console and does it in the best way with many hours of play thanks to both the main campaign and the four additional packages included, namely Bigfoot, Pebberley Island, Close Encounters and Long Live the environment that bring several more hours between new hospitals, diseases and unprecedented machinery and settings that range from winter locations to tropical places. The title is certainly one of the best management games in circulation which remains recommended for all lovers of the genre but also for those who want to approach these types of productions.

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Mar 12, 2021

Harvest Moon: One World tries to keep the classic basics of the series by adding some important innovations such as the ability to move your farm, giving much more importance to exploration, and streamlining some farming mechanics, making the game faster in some situations. What doesn’t fully convince is the graphic and technical side of the title which at times is bare and uninvolving in its settings, with the team that could have implemented a few more details in the different areas to explore.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Persona 5 Strikers
Mar 9, 2021

Persona 5 Strikers brings the Phantom Thieves back to the fore after the adventures of Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal by binding to these titles in some respects by replicating the narrative and RPG components but breaking away decisively by introducing the musou component, with the Omega Force team that managed to create a game that was definitely up to the task. Obviously the title is highly recommended to all those who have appreciated and devoured the aforementioned titles with the possibility of varying even in terms of gameplay but with the same narrative depth.

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Feb 26, 2021

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury is a very interesting product that combines two very different souls from each other, the first one with a more classic structure of the old Mario’s games that is still winning and enjoyable in all its well-characterized levels, the second one with a more innovative and modern soul that takes its cue from the recent Odysseytrying to experiment by embracing the open world component but maintaining the engine and content base of the accompanying game and keeping faith with the collectathon creed. All this can be also played both alone and with friends locally or online, taking the cooperative platform to new heights of fun.

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8.4 / 10.0 - The Nioh Collection
Feb 12, 2021

The Nioh Collection is certainly a work of good workmanship with the Team Ninja who wanted to dust off above all the old chapter of the series and bring it, hand in hand with the most recent Nioh 2, on PlayStation 5 with mainly technical improvements thanks to the granites 60 fps and to the novelty of 120 fps in full versions with all DLCs (which can also be purchased separately from the collection with the names of Nioh Remastered - The Complete Edition and Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition). In addition, both productions enjoy almost lightning-fast loading screens and support the possibility of cross-save with PS4, with the possibility of importing your own saves from PS4 directly to PS5 using the cloud (PlayStation Plus is required).

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Dec 20, 2020

Immortals Fenyx Rising is a title fit to amaze, even though its production doesn’t aim to innovate the genre by using other open world titles as an inspiration. At the end of the day it is a fresh surprise though, which puts together a fitfull of events and things to do by leaning on a fluid and fun gameplay and by uniting classic types of combat to different puzzle-centred moments. Overall, the game experience is very convincing and allows the player to spend more than a few hours in mesmerizing lands characterized by vivid colours and reminders of greek myths.

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Dec 4, 2020

Capcom lands on next gen with the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 and does so with a slightly weak edition as regards the contents: the character of Vergil, also sold separately at the price of 5 euros, certainly brings new life to the gameplay but in addition to this we would have expected to be able to play specific missions for the character or at least to enjoy some more cutscenes. For the rest, the title is always an excellent Japanese hack'n'slash that continues to be one of the best in recent years with amazing gameplay and excellent next-gen quality. If you haven't played Devil May Cry 5 yet, this edition has to be yours.

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Dec 1, 2020

The project of rebirth of the Call of Duty brand continues with Activision that has found the right way to get the brand back on track and after the excellent work of Infinity Ward and Raven Software with Modern Warfare, the ball has passed into the hands of Treyarch who has been able to continue what has been seen previously by bringing back the events narrated in the original chapter of Black Ops by reviving iconic characters and the historic Cold War. The multiplayer manages to give good feedback by taking up the feeling of the Black Ops series also using the amazing feature of the adaptive triggers that are able to give unique sensations when played on PS5.

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Nov 27, 2020

Football Manager 2021 does not try to innovate the classic and well-established formula now reached with the last chapters of the series but makes some small changes that are not particularly relevant. As always, fans of the series will have a disproportionate amount of hours in their hands with the possibility of bringing their favorite team to the roof of international stages.

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