Nycolas Medeiros


25 games reviewed
76.2 average score
80 median score
56.0% of games recommended
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Jul 30, 2021

A psychological horror in a futuristic cyberpunk world is not something you see every day, and Observer: System Redux executed that premise brilliantly. The mixture of calm and quiet moments with the journey through the disturbed minds of victims of a terrible crime keeps the player apprehensive at all times, but curious to know where the strange clues will take us. This definitive version brings great features, but which will be more attractive to first-time players than those thinking of revisiting this dark investigation. The individual story of each resident of Class C is as interesting as the main plot and makes us want to know even more about this strange Polish future.

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Jul 13, 2021

Where the Heart Leads has a very interesting premise, but it wasn't executed so well. Although the choices have a real impact throughout the plot, there is a disconnect between the beginning, the middle and the end that generates an unsatisfactory ending. The lengthy dialogues, the long (and unnecessary) duration and the weak protagonist make the game a slow and uninteresting experience after a while.

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Jul 1, 2021

This is by far one of the most beautiful titles I've ever played. Despite the basic story, the short duration of the campaign and the price in Brazil, Ratchet & Clank: In Another Dimension guarantees an extremely fun and dynamic experience while making excellent use of the PS5's DualSense and SSD features.

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Jun 2, 2021

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition brings a major graphical evolution to one of the biggest RPG franchises, but that's the only notable change. The collection seems to have been designed only for longtime fans who wanted to see their favorite saga in current visuals, without worrying about gaining new admirers by keeping gameplay somewhat dated and not translating the text into other languages, such as Portuguese.

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Apr 21, 2021

Oddworld: Soulstorm gives us the impression of being a PS1 game running on a PS4 or PS5. Despite the interesting story and beautiful graphics, it is repetitive, tiring, dated and with inaccurate gameplay that makes some challenges more difficult than it really needed to be. Crafting and rescue systems don't work very well either. For older fans of the franchise, and anyone who added to the PS5 library on PS Plus, it's worth a try. For those who want to have a good platform experience, skip it.

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Apr 13, 2021

Lost Words: Beyond the Page presents situations that we all already live or will witness at some point in life: the process of mourning for a loved one, depression and the struggle to overcome difficult moments. Simple, yet creative gameplay, and low difficulty make room for the storyline and narrative to be constructed in a captivating and exciting way, making the title a great option for lovers of good stories.

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10 / 10.0 - It Takes Two
Apr 8, 2021

It Takes Two ends up playing a very important role nowadays, mainly because of what the world is going through: reestablishing the approximation, unity and cooperativeness between family and friends, even if from a distance. The family theme is approached in a simple way and certainly brings reflections during the game, whether it is about the relationship of couples, children and friends. The game is still very accessible with its basic mechanics and low difficulty, so that people of any age and "gamer level" can enjoy with their loved ones.

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Apr 6, 2021

Despite presenting a weak and unoriginal story, Kaze and the Wild Masks is a pleasant surprise for fans of the platform genre and a great highlight in the Brazilian market for its high quality in several aspects, such as gameplay, animations and soundtrack.

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7 / 10.0 - Mail Mole
Mar 15, 2021

For anyone who is passionate about platform games like me, Mail Mole is a good choice. The title brings the most basic concepts of the genre and is nothing innovative, but offers fun for a few hours with its creative level design. Technical issues and lack of polish hinder the experience, and a possible low budget is not a justification for this. The game does not stand out among the latest releases of platform games, however it is enjoyable by both fans and those who just want to relax with an easy and short title.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Pumpkin Jack
Feb 25, 2021

A great game for fans of 3D platforms. Pumpkin Jack guarantees few but fun hours of gameplay with characters full of personality and simple gameplay. Despite the little variety of enemies, the title has a good balance between moments of combat, exploration and minigames, making it a light and relaxed experience.

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