Bruno Ribeiro


43 games reviewed
79.1 average score
80 median score
69.8% of games recommended
Are you Bruno Ribeiro? If so, email [email protected] to claim this critic page.
98 / 100 - Cult of the Lamb
Aug 21, 2022

A mix of farm building and roguelite, Cult of the Lamb is impeccable in what it sets out to do. It's wonderful the richness of detail and how it manages to combine totally dark elements with colorful and cute visuals in a story that keeps you excited even after hours of doing practically the same things – and loving every minute of it.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Mar 11, 2022

Submerged: Hidden Depths is an extremely relaxing and beautiful game. Its simple gameplay and lack of combat make it an easy title, which added to its story, pleases the whole family. If you like hunting for collectibles, you can put it at the top of your list and you won't regret it.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

95 / 100 - Cookie Cutter
Dec 24, 2023

Cookie Cutter delivers everything and more of what he intended with his proposal. With a good story, dynamic combat, and a wealth of visual details, the game wins you over from the start and makes you want to play "just a little longer" for hours. Negatives exist, but they are not so relevant in the final result and all of them can be easily fixed with updates. Especially for those who enjoy the Metroidvania style, this is a must-have title.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

95 / 100 - Grounded
Apr 29, 2024

With stunning settings and an intriguing story centered around cowering teenagers searching for answers, Grounded mixes adventure, survival, and base-building. While facing a variety of enemies and challenges, players can explore the world solo or with up to three friends in multiplayer. However, the lack of clarity about the next steps of the story and the need for complex items can be challenging for some players, although fun is guaranteed, especially in multiplayer mode.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

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.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

94 / 100 - A Tale of Paper
Apr 21, 2024

In addition to introducing a new character and mechanics in a musical theme, and even a final boss, A Tale of Paper: Refolded retains its charming atmosphere and challenging puzzles, although its brevity and some screen depth issues may leave players craving for more. Overall, the game continues to offer an engaging and captivating experience, with the potential for more DLC.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

90 / 100 - TOHU
Feb 9, 2021

There are almost no negative points, except perhaps the fact that TOHU is quite short and leaves the player in the mood to explore more. It is also worth saying that the gameplay is possibly better with a keyboard and mouse instead of the controller. Either way, quick and deductive puzzles at an appropriate level of difficulty make it fun without being tiring. Adding that to its good story, although simple, TOHU is a solid title.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Mar 17, 2021

Space Otter Charlie is a fast and extremely captivating game, as well as intelligent, that holds the player from the beginning to the end. With it you have fun and still learn curiosities about such cute animals that otters are. Despite crashing at times, the game is not compromised by this and manages to deliver everything it promises.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

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.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

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!

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

90 / 100 - Blackwind
Jan 27, 2022

Despite certain occasional situations, Blackwind is simple, fun and has the ideal difficulty level. The considerably short stages will always make you want to play one more time, and because the platinum trophy isn't hard to get, this could very well become your goal.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Apr 11, 2023

Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened has dynamic gameplay and the dark story leaves no loose ends in its conclusion. It's a smart game (as expected) and transforms its predecessor's open-world experience into something more linear and succinct. Some might see this as a positive thing, while others might be left with the impression that there's something missing compared to the previous title. Either way, it's clear that Frogwares has masterfully remade a game that was already successful at its time, taking it to another level – and this needs to be recognized.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Feb 15, 2024

A Little To The Left is nothing exceptional, but precisely because it is unpretentious it can surprise you positively. Get ready to relax and spend hours organizing all kinds of messes, barely noticing the time passing.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

85 / 100 - Shady Part of Me
Dec 21, 2020

Regarding what Shady Part of Me promises, the game is flawless. It has a cool story that is camouflaged between puzzles and dialogues and gradually introduces new mechanics to the gameplay. However, its short duration and the excessive ease of some parts are factors that may disappoint players looking for something more challenging and deep.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

85 / 100 - Fort Solis
Aug 22, 2023

Fort Solis delivers an immersive cinematic experience, enriched by exceptional voice performances, stunning graphics, and elements like audio and video that amplify the narrative. The exploration, collectibles, and gradual reveal of the plot add to the suspense, while excellent visuals and animations are highlighted, though the movement can be occasionally stalled. Even though it's relatively brief, Fort Solis offers a memorable journey into its unique universe.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Dec 14, 2023

Offering a versatile experience, with a focus on action and missions divided into acts, Gangs of Sherwood stands out for its simplicity and brings with it elements of character evolution. Despite the small fonts of the subtitles and the less in-depth narrative, the title delivers engaging gameplay and hours of entertainment.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

85 / 100 - Eternal Threads
May 26, 2024

Eternal Threads is a game that shines in its storytelling and the way it approaches the butterfly effect, offering a rich experience for those who enjoy deep stories and exploring the nuances of human decisions. However, players looking for action or more dynamic challenges may find the pace of the game monotonous.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

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.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

84 / 100 - Silt
Jun 1, 2022

Silt is a very beautiful and quite simple game, but with the right level of difficulty and entertainment. Still, in a few hours it is possible to finish it. The game is focused on the puzzles, so the story unfortunately doesn't get all the attention it deserves.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Jun 26, 2023

Aliens: Dark Descent is a challenging and immersive game with impressive cutscenes and a cinematic atmosphere. Although the lack of subtitles in Portuguese in subsequent dialogues is disappointing, the captivating story and strategic gameplay make up for it. Although these are very positive points for some, however, they can make the long and dense title tiring for others.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review