Marcus Estrada


184 games reviewed
69.2 average score
70 median score
41.3% of games recommended
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4.5 / 5.0 - Olympia Soiree
Oct 4, 2021

Anyone looking for a new otome game to play will find enjoyment in picking up Olympia Soiree. Even newcomers to the otome genre might want to try it out as this game quickly hooks players with Olympia's plight and relatable mood. This is an excellent release that gives Switch gamers an ever-increasing bounty of visual novels to choose from. Jump into the colorful world of Olympia Soiree and you'll be brought on a journey with highs, lows and both surprising and satisfying conclusions.

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2 / 5.0 - Tsugunohi
Sep 20, 2021

There are moments when Tsugunohi succeeds as a horror game.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Bustafellows
Jul 30, 2021

With so much to love about BUSTAFELLOWS, it's an easy recommendation for all otome visual novel fans.

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4.5 / 5.0 - MUSICUS!
Jun 13, 2021

Musicus! might not be the best game from Overdrive, but it's high on the list.

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May 31, 2021

It's both an astonishing and exciting time in gaming to see Nintendo willing to dig into their archives and bring back a retro adventure title.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Poison Control
Apr 27, 2021

A good, but not great, new IP, Poison Control skillfully harnesses NIS's abilities to present a visually-striking, musically-engaging world with unique gameplay concepts.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Paradise Killer
Oct 2, 2020

There's a lot to love with Paradise Killer. From the cool cast of characters, to the open-ended nature of the investigation, players will find it easy to dive in.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Spelunky 2
Sep 23, 2020

Mossmouth did the impossible with Spelunky 2 in managing to create a sequel to an incredible game that did not disenfranchise existing fans or turn off newbies.

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4 / 5.0 - Tell Me Why
Aug 28, 2020

While still supernatural, Tell Me Why provides more of a mature tale overall than Life is Strange. It's surprisingly dark, but uplifting at times as well. This game takes chances with the cast of characters in ways that are mostly a resounding success. It's exciting to see a LGBTQ lead character and a storyline that doesn't plunge headfirst into tropes. Here's hoping that this is a sign of where Dontnod will go in the future, because Tell Me Why is a step in the right direction.

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Aokana – Four Rhythms Across the Blue is the type of game you can recommend to someone who is interested in dipping their toe into the world of visual novels.

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