João Pedro Boaventura


8 games reviewed
55.6 average score
50 median score
25.0% of games recommended
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Jul 20, 2021

Akiba's Trip isn't necessarily a bad game, but it's not that good either. The experience is simply not good and goes beyond thematic constraint and technical precariousness. Perhaps it works better on Switch, considering its potential as a portable system.

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All in all, the PC version of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle is hopeless. I really regret having to say something like that about one of my lifelong favorite games, but stay away from the Steam version. It just isn't worth it and doesn't do justice to what the franchise represents.

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3.5 / 10.0 - No More Heroes
Jun 15, 2021

No More Heroes is a unique piece of electronic entertainment that is proud to be the playful game that it is and deserves to be spread, universalized beyond Nintendo consoles. However, the PC port is a real disaster, all the disregard for this version of the game, which borders on the unplayable, should put in check even XSEED, a company that generally stands out for all the zeal it has with its products.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Tasomachi
Apr 20, 2021

Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight is certainly an interesting journey. It is notable that there is considerable technical capacity and willingness behind the game, but they were not enough to make a good product. The game impresses by the look, but the lack of practical challenge puts it in a kind of limbo between boredom and curiosity.

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5 / 10.0 - Poison Control
Apr 16, 2021

All implementations made in the general composition of Poison Control were hampered due to a low technical efficiency in the execution, resulting in a product beyond mediocre. From a certain point of view, it is certainly a unique game, but that is not enough to make it minimally good.

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Mar 14, 2021

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a beautiful subversion of Japanese RPGs. Despite being located in an environment quite distant from the traditional to the style, all its characteristic elements are present and have been implemented in a very competent manner. Unlike certain IPs that, aiming at Western success, try to adapt to our market, the Yakuza series has a very unique identity due to the fact that it is not ashamed to present itself as a product from the East. This is now being put to the test more than ever.

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Mar 7, 2021

Kill It With Fire is extremely limited and short. It is not very varied and the original idea, interesting as it may be, is hampered by the few stages, negligible difficulty and very low variation of the weapons. We know that not every production needs to be big, but it is clear that there is a lot of room for improvement here.

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Nov 24, 2020

Despite the regrets, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a solid experience within the standards of the franchise. Without proposing to innovate, as happened in Origins, it managed to merge the implementations made by the modern iterations of the franchise with several of the iconic characteristics of the most classic ones, only revised within a new context, making a safe game in relation to the delivered content. In the end, Eivor's adventure is a very consistent entry into the world of Assassin's Creed.

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