Javier Escribano


14 games reviewed
76.6 average score
74 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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Nov 12, 2021

‎Jurassic World Evolution 2 is bigger and better in every way, even if it looks more like a definitive edition than a sequel. Their campaign doesn't take advantage of the premise of containing wild dinosaurs, and you'll spend most of your time in Nublar and Sorna. But perfect the gameplay with a huge amount of content and that's more than enough.‎

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‎Happy Home Paradise is the answer for those who feel fatigued by Animal Crossing New Horizons. It has a rhythm and a premise that stimulates creativity and generates satisfaction more quickly than the base game, but it is still a relaxing experience that each player will make their own, practically inexhaustible and full of charm and surprises.‎

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85 / 100 - No More Heroes 3
Aug 27, 2021

No More Heroes 3 delivers on the things we would expect from Suda51: a kinetic and addictive combat system that ends up overshadowed by the creative liberties and eccentricities of its creator, leaving a fun but uneven gameplay experience. But the constant experimentation of its mise en scène makes this a stimulating and surprising game.

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Jul 27, 2021

Samurai Warriors 5 is a competent and conventional musou. Forgetting the experiments of Dynasty Warriors 9, it is business as usual, with some new interesting but not revolutionary actions. It has plenty of characters and weapons to keep you grinding to infinity. The gameplay is simple and repetitive, but you probably already knew that by now.

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Olyimpic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Videogame doesn't have many sports, but has enough gameplay variety to keep you entertained with the multiplayer, smashing buttons in atletism or playing arcade versions of football, basketball or baseball. If you're playing solo, it won't last you long.

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71 / 100 - Miitopia
May 28, 2021

A make-up editor for the Mii characters doesn't sound like much, but it makes a huge difference in our perception of Miitopia. Its LIMITLESS possibilities when creating any character reinforce even more the brilliant sense of humor of the game... because the gameplay is way too simple and repetitive to hold your interest for long.

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Apr 28, 2021

‎The gameplay of New Pokémon Snap is the same as in N64, but with more Pokémon, dozens of challenges and a social component of "photo mode" that multiplies its potential. Because of the kind of game it is, it inevitably ends up becoming repetitive, but there's a lot to discover before that happens, and it's a beautiful, relaxing retreat if you're looking for escapism.‎

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Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville for Nintendo Switch is a really good port, in a technical level, of a fun shooter. It has a good diversity of game modes for single and multiplayer, and a charming art style. We do regret, however, that the game launches on Switch after EA abandoned the game on other platforms.

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70 / 100 - Magic Twins
Mar 18, 2021

Magic Twins is quite an original puzzle game to enjoy in co-op mode with another player (local only), mixing elements from games like Puzzle Bubble or Plants vs. Zombies, in varied levels that balance action and reflexes with strategy. However, the difficulty is often frustrating, specially if you try to play it solo.

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72 / 100 - Mail Mole
Mar 7, 2021

Mail Mole is a 3D platform game that plays a lot like Super Mario 3D World... perhaps too much. Still, it has a good collection of rich levels, and a simple but likeable style. If you want to beat every mark, it is a considerable challenge.

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