Tiago Herrmann


24 games reviewed
73.1 average score
80 median score
58.3% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Florence
Aug 16, 2020

Florence is a simple, exciting, sweet and sometimes bitter narrative experience, suitable for those who want to laugh with sadness and cry with joy. It is a graphic novel about youth, first love, personal dreams and gender issues and, although it manages to do everything it proposes in a short period of time, it must frustrate those who hope for more challenges or longevity.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Starlit Adventures
Aug 23, 2020

Starlit Adventures is a Brazilian indie game suitable for all ages, although the developer may have thought of children as their main target audience. It features cute and graceful characters designed especially to enchant, in addition to interesting stages and challenges through a childish and colorful look. At the end of the day, regardless of the problems in its microtransaction structure, Starlit Adventures is still a good platform title, which knows how to dose cute and fun very well.

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Sep 6, 2020

Ary and the Secret of Seasons presents unprecedented mechanics in which the characteristics of the seasons are used to revitalize objects and areas to create interesting 3D platform puzzles. Although it has its charm, the experience ends up being as fleeting and forgettable as the seasons themselves with four seasons full of technical problems such as rendering deadlocks, errors and crashes, in addition to other aspects that make the title repetitive, dragged and almost nothing challenging .

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8.5 / 10.0 - The Last Campfire
Sep 13, 2020

The Last Campfire is a pleasant surprise and a radiant interactive fable about the light and goodness that exist in each one of us. It is a title with adorable characters that warm our hearts and an unforgettable journey through a magical, vibrant and contemplative world. Although it has some slight performance and gameplay problems, in addition to the lack of Portuguese dubbing, this beautiful and comforting story about empathy, loss and hope contextualizes each puzzle brilliantly, delivering a simple, sensitive and joyful experience for all ages.

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3 / 10.0 - Tamarin
Sep 20, 2020

Tamarin lacks polish and not even the great soundtrack and the interesting interconnected 3D world saves it from a confused and meaningless story with characters without charisma. It's a monotonous and exhausting title, with poorly designed mechanics, annoying camera and inaccurate and problematic gameplay. The absence of markers in a semi-open world that is visually polluted and disorganized makes exploration repetitive, frustrating and almost anything challenging, and even though the shooting experience is less terrible than the platform experience, there are not enough reasons to check out the game.

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Oct 14, 2020

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time does not feature any major innovations, but it is still excellent enough to entertain and delight. It is a sequel worthy of a successful series with enhanced elements from the original trilogy, renewed visual and soundtrack and competent and challenging gameplay. The inclusions of new playable characters, varied environments and mechanics from the four quantum masks are quite satisfactory, and the comic tone coupled with the great dubbing helps to create an unforgettable and extremely funny adventure.

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6 / 10.0 - Cloudpunk
Oct 25, 2020

Cloudpunk is sensitively impeccable and presents an immersive futuristic atmosphere with high quality visuals and soundscapes, designed exclusively to delight the eyes and ears of the players. It is a title focused on exploration and narrative with some thought-provoking and sad stories, almost like a self-portrait of our own reality, where the characters are victims of the inequality of a system corrupted by richer organizations. It is a pity that much of this is lost in a fragile playable structure, where repetition and countless loading screens corrupt the entire package, resulting only in an exhausting and not very challenging journey.

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6 / 10.0 - A Tale of Paper
Oct 31, 2020

A Tale of Paper explores the depths and meanings of human life in a subtle way through a sweet and loving story with an empathetic and passionate character who sees himself in the form of origami to present creative and original mechanics. The atmosphere and the minimalist soundtrack expands a narrative for a stunning visual Paradise. Although brief and superficial, this paper trip is still satisfying. Unfortunately the erasures exposed in its playable structure are almost incorrigible and put the title in an adverse situation. It is a simple journey, without many challenges and with problematic physics, but it has the power to bring light through the darkness.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Bugsnax
Nov 13, 2020

Bugsnax has a wonderful story and adorable characters that will make you feel happy and sentimental all the time, especially when incorporating important themes like mental health, togetherness and friendship. It is too entertaining and intriguing to give up in the middle of the campaign, even if it is necessary to ignore its repetitive gameplay and its frequent and irritating loading screens. Ultimately, capturing creatures that are half insect, half snack nourishes life with joy and good feelings, however bizarre it may seem.

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Nov 30, 2020

Sackboy: Big Adventure is a big warm hug with hours of joy. Its magnificent handcrafted world with colorful visuals and festive sounds enhances the beauty of telling an enchanting story with adorable characters. This world of possibilities is able to delight all ages through fluid gameplay and unprecedented mechanics, where nothing is the same and everything changes in a rhythmic way with the music that makes you dance and smile.

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