Juliana Paiva Zapparoli


33 games reviewed
70.9 average score
80 median score
48.5% of games recommended
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Agatha Christie — Hercule Poirot: The First Cases brings an original story, but it's a worthy homage to the Queen of Crime. With a gameplay and plot that are both interesting and compelling employing logical reasoning, it's hard not to feel yourself in the actual role of a young, but eccentric detective Hercule Poirot, whose method to solve crimes is explored faithfully. Maybe it'll be better appreciated by the fans of Agatha Christie, who are already used to her narrative style, but it can be enjoyed by all police novel fans.

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9 / 10.0 - LoveChoice
Sep 27, 2021

Love is a feeling that demands concession from everyone involved, the maxim of give and take. Loving someone means that sometimes it is necessary to let the loved one go. It also means trust and respect, recognizing your and others' limits. These are exactly the sensations, the nuances of this complex feeling, which LoveChoice manages to convey in an interactive visual novel composed of three believable stories and delivered with a beautiful and immersive audiovisual presentation. Because love is sweet and bitter at the same time.

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Sep 18, 2021

BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites gives the player the painful and pleasurable experiences that classics like Castlevania, The Prince of Persia and The Lion King still guarantee today. The frenetic action got even better with the audiovisual improvements — although the art style might not suit everyone — but the game remains an excellent example of take it or leave it, such is its difficulty. Fans of gratuitous violence can certainly feel the appeal of BloodRayne, but only platformer lovers of the 80s and 90s will be able to take full advantage of the dhampir adventure.

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Aug 24, 2021

Indigo 7: Quest for Love has simple gameplay and a satisfying visual presentation, but that's all the positives this puzzle has to offer. The lack of an options menu, long matches based on trial and error and a weak story are some of the problems. It even entertains at first, but soon falls into tedious repetitiveness and, consequently, into oblivion.

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Aug 10, 2021

Shadowverse: Champion's Battle is a TCG with very newbie friendly RPG elements. Unlike other franchises in the genre, Cygames hit the nail on the head by creating a game accessible to all types of players, whether or not they are familiar with Shadowverse and its rules. At the same time, the game manages to remain faithful to the PC and smartphone version, and has the attractiveness of the “anime style”, breaking the seriousness that TCGs usually have. The title also ends up being a good option for a younger target audience, thanks to the charisma of the characters and the special effects in each duel, but without leaving the more veterans and completionists aside.

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Jul 31, 2021

Bai Qu: Hundreds of Melodies suffers from serious problems that compromise the game in some way. However, the experience provided by this incredible story of approximately ten hours manages to offset these inconveniences and is a treat for lovers of intriguing plots, especially those who treat life as it is: sweet but bitter at the same time.

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Jul 26, 2021

Musou fans will surely enjoy all the features Samurai Warriors 5 offers, and new players will have no problem following the story. The gameplay is very fluid, the audiovisual presentation is dazzling and the story doesn't leave any loose ends, besides being a treat for history lovers. Unfortunately, the negative points, especially the camera control, harm the gameplay. It's up to the player to decide whether or not it's worth venturing into the Sengoku period, especially because Samurai Warriors 5 doesn't present anything new compared to other musou games.

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8 / 10.0 - Graviter
Jul 5, 2021

As a whole, Graviter is a great choice for puzzle fans. Rich in possibilities and with a very attractive aesthetic in the combination of backgrounds and effects, it is certainly a good experience for those who just want to spend quality time between an adventure in the Mushroom Kingdom or a walk around Hyrule. With fair challenges, we have a game that certainly calls attention to the utmost care, especially regarding the functional physics and satisfactory trajectories to watch when reaching the objective of each map.

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Jun 25, 2021

With several qualities of life from current mobile games and facilitating mechanics, Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny retains the elements that made the franchise famous, but unfortunately suffers from serious performance issues arising from the graphics. Even with that big flaw, the title has everything to be one of the best games in the series so far, not because of its history (which was never Disgaea's strong point), but because it allows new players to feel comfortable in a strategy RPG famous for its absurd numbers and practically infinite grinding.

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9 / 10.0 - Overboard!
Jun 13, 2021

Although it doesn't follow the same line as How to Get Away with Murder, Overboard! has a plot with several endings that vary according to the actions chosen during the campaign. With balanced humor and suspense, immersive soundtrack and unique artistic style, this adventure game challenges the player's logical thinking in every run. Will Veronica be able to get her late husband's money to live in freedom in New York?

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