Alejandro Serrador


23 games reviewed
76.7 average score
78 median score
47.8% of games recommended
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Sep 16, 2021

‎That card games are part of the entertainment of any culture, at different points in history, is undeniable. That over time these have been transformed and have lived in constant evolution no matter what culture, too. And, in this present of hyperconnectivity, where the digital age reigns, it is increasingly common to enjoy card games of different types. The Amazing American Circus is the result of all this, but it's also ‎‎a look at the classic and contemporary circus,‎‎a show created and directed by multifaceted artists who give away smiles emitted from the heart.‎

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7 / 10.0 - Struggling
Sep 8, 2021

‎Constant deaths, relentless levels, control schemes that are difficult to master... ‎‎Victory in Struggling is a luxury,‎‎ something that is not easily granted to us and for which we have to fight constantly. Deliberately stripping the player of almost any kind of action carried out not only radically changes the mobility and style employed, but also has a great psychological effect on it. It is precisely here where the greatest charm of the adventure lies, and although sometimes the end does not justify the means, it is a proposal as original and different as frustrating.‎

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7.2 / 10.0 - Rustler
Aug 30, 2021

‎The mirror is a perfect artifact that presents an irrevocable truth and also a cover to hide another truth. The point is that the mirror itself is an interesting artifact and the yardstick of many companies that fear being reflected, since they prefer to look in the mirror of others to act in consequences. Rustler is a reliable example of what we can consider as the reflection of others, given that beyond a more than attractive visual plot that reproduces the rot on a large scale, it clings tooth and nail to the concept that the first iterations of Grand Theft Auto have treasured, in good and bad.‎

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7.5 / 10.0 - I Am Dead
Aug 19, 2021

‎Traveling is going to a distant place in search of new experiences, but it is much more than that. Through a handful of sensory stimuli like sounds, I Am Dead is an experience that reminds us that many absences are still abysses of pain in our memory, because they left us unable to give them a proper goodbye. It also claims through its mechanics the layers of personality, from habits and lifestyle to what is beyond people. But above all, it has ‎‎a special vocation for conviviality and love.‎

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6.7 / 10.0 - Paint the Town Red
Aug 16, 2021

‎Video games were created specifically to entertain the public, being from time immemorial simple computer codes and algorithms translated into pixels that interact with each other. And even though today this industry has been evolving the graphics and proposals to become a reflection of our reality, there are many games that continue to bet on offering a "meaningless" development but with violence as the main bulwark. The latter, of course, isn't necessarily bad, but the violence in the art of this Paint the Town Red is short-lived, ‎‎even though while it lasts it's entertaining‎‎– and when there's not much else to explore, the development becomes somewhat monotonous.‎

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8 / 10.0 - Black Book
Aug 7, 2021

‎Every society creates stories, and there are some that are even broadcast in various countries. The question of how they arise, how they are perpetuated and transformed over several generations is something that has caused many headaches, but that does not mean that they do their bit. Although its mechanics are somewhat repetitive, Black Book bets against banking by hoarding a great value, in this case, the introduction of a mythology not so widespread by these boundaries. It may be a gigantic lie, but that does not invalidate its message, since it brings a lot of values that go beyond ‎‎the personification of darkness and shadow‎‎ that fills every corner and hole in the world.‎

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8.2 / 10.0 - Samurai Warriors 5
Jul 27, 2021

‎Everything comes and goes. The years pass without us noticing, but with Samurai Warriors it seems that time does not pass at the same speed, since this fifth iteration continues to offer the same battles and spectacularism of yesteryear. Set again in the Sengoku period, the work developed by the people of Omega Force uses the sense of power as a ‎‎winning trump card,‎‎an ability of unlimited control over the rest of mortals that claims a status of divinity instantly. So, if you find it difficult to defocate your anger, it is possible that this Samurai Warriors 5 is a good therapeutic remedy to overcome a bad day.‎

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8.3 / 10.0 - Cris Tales
Jul 23, 2021

‎In this regard, the work developed by the folks of ‎‎Dreams Uncorporated,‎‎SYCK and Poppy Works focuses part of her personality on a precious appearance that makes her even more palatable in the eyes of other people. In the same way, ‎‎it dazzles at how well it integrates temporary travel‎‎ when it comes to fulfilling missions, but there are times when it seems to get stuck in the past, especially when we take up arms. In other words, sometimes, you need more than that to transcend time.‎

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Jul 16, 2021

‎That means that Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! can leave a distinct impression depending on our mood. So much so that a good mental strength, that which serves us to face challenges and complex situations, is imperative if we want to take charge of a proposal that tries to promote ‎‎awareness about mental health,‎‎trying to end prejudices, stereotypes and the stigma that it carries rooted. It asks us to exercise responsibility.‎

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Jul 12, 2021

‎When we play with an object, for example a toy, we use our skills to explore its properties and do experiments as any scientist would. In the same way, some situations also involve combining all those objects that we have squeezed to the last consequences and specifying how you want each one to interact with the others. Through several different mixes that work very well on paper, Arkan: The dog adventurer offers us ‎‎a fun and addictive adventure,‎‎but whose gameplay runs the risk of getting stuck in inappropriate strategies. Be that as it may, it is an original and very attractive option for those who enjoy the challenges.‎

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