Bruno Ribeiro


15 games reviewed
76.2 average score
80 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The First Cases is a very well conducted and connected story, giving the feeling that you are not only playing a game, but also reading a book by the Queen of Crime. With well-built characters, there are some moments that are a little predictable, but others are quite surprising, thus delivering an excellent experience for lovers of the genre.

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80 / 100 - Inked
Sep 18, 2021

Inked: A Tale of Love is a dynamic game that evolves without delay, with constant gameplay innovations and challenges at a reasonable level of difficulty. It is simple and short (maybe too little and too short) and has a beautiful story that many can relate to, and manages to convey morale and a little hope at the end.

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Sep 7, 2021

Murder Mystery Machine does a pretty good job of what it sets out to do, especially when it comes to the setting. It's not a difficult game, but it does require some investigative (and deductive) skills to get a perfect performance, which makes it challenging at the right level. Its flaws can be easily fixed, its interesting story is entertaining, and the hours spent in front of the TV will seem like just a few minutes. I totally recommend it!

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65 / 100 - Fort Triumph
Aug 22, 2021

Fort Triumph has everything a turn-based RPG needs, plus a lot of potential. However, a few small (yet demotivating) issues keep it from achieving what it could be and more demanding players will likely find a better option even before discovering everything the game has to offer.

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Aug 9, 2021

The Forgotten City is not for everyone, but it doesn't disappoint in what it sets out to do. If you need action to keep your interest, it's best to look for another option. However, if you like a good story and like to immerse yourself in what the game has to offer, don't think twice.

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70 / 100 - Night Book
Jul 29, 2021

Night Book is a great example of an FMV game and makes the player believe he is actually watching a movie. Despite delivering everything it sets out to do, the simple and sometimes predictable story leaves a little to be desired and anyone who is not used to this style will probably get bored. Even so, it's far from a bad title.

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May 24, 2021

Like its predecessor, Subnautica: Below Zero entertains in each of its little details. The story is able to arouse your curiosity and the infinity of possibilities makes you want to play more and more, be it building, exploring or investigating. Hours in front of the TV are guaranteed.

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80 / 100 - Cozy Grove
Apr 12, 2021

Cozy Grove entertains and manages to keep you playing for a long time, despite sometimes being heavy because of so many details. The multitude of possibilities gives the impression that there is always something new to be done, and the game in real time can motivate you to always come back the next day to continue the adventure. On the other hand, some may find that, for the same reason, it is a slow (or even repetitive) game.

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30 / 100 - The Five Covens
Mar 29, 2021

With horrible controls, very bad camera and flawed mechanics, the weak and cliché story is not enough to hold attention. Even children can be picky enough to prefer another game to The Five Covens, since it is easy to find something better.

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65 / 100 - Paradise Lost
Mar 24, 2021

Paradise Lost tries to be something big, but in reality it fails to deliver everything it promises, in addition to the various bugs found. Although a whole universe was created for its arrival, the preparations proved to be better than the game itself.

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