João Luzio


3 games reviewed
73.3 average score
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Nov 24, 2022

In this unusual take to stealth action, the players will have to clean up crime scenes after the gruesome actions occur but before the law can catch them. With its marvelous art style and sountrack, and an accessible and fun experience, Serial Cleaners' biggest flaws are its rather easy difficulty for experienced players and repetitiveness that settles in after a couple of hours, but which can be averted by playing in short sessions.

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments brings the world's most famous detective to the Nintendo Switch in an enveloping, thrilling game that gives the player a great amount of freedom to set out, gather elements and solve the cases at hand. While the Nintendo Switch has its graphical limits and the character's control doesn't always feel as natural as it should, the core of the gameplay experience is spot-on, and the game's structure and plot do a marvelous work at integrating the player in the world of Sherlock Holmes.

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Sep 19, 2022

Please, Touch The Artwork tries to go beyond the usual experience of a puzzle game and adapts the artwork of abstract artist Piet Mondrian to a series of challenges that players will have to solve. Simple but remarkable as a principle, this is a game that has no problems whatsoever in delivering an enveloping experience. Fans of puzzle games will appreciate the originality, whereas others will find themselves easily seduced by the relationship between gaming and art.

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