Patricia Hernandez


18 games reviewed
75.0% of games recommended

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Polygon
Patricia Hernandez

The latest must-own Nintendo Switch game is SteamWorld Quest

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Oct 5, 2017

The fundamental issue here is that being good at Shadow of War means the process becomes routine. Find intel. Target underlings. Go after Warchiefs. Attack the castle. Defeat the Overlord. Appoint your favorite orc as new Overlord. With so many maps this time around, I grew fatigued of this procedure halfway through. And because Talion is so overpowered, I barely died—so there were fewer chances for orcs to remember our previous encounters.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Aug 28, 2017

Mario himself might not have been my favorite part of the game, but the reverence with which the game's creators hold Mario and friends was evident in every inch of this adventure. And it helped make the game come together so well.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Unscored - Splatoon 2
Jul 24, 2017

For players who enjoyed the first game, Splatoon 2 is not a reinvention, but it doesn't have to be. It adds here and there, retaining what was best about the cheerful original while giving it a graphical upgrade and portability. Splatoon 2, at its best, is still Nintendo with confidence and flair.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Mar 21, 2017

The plot and structure of Mass Effect: Andromeda can be viewed as a metaphor for the game itself, where a population eager for a fresh start makes a leap into a new frontier. The destination isn't the paradise we hoped for.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Feb 20, 2017

With Horizon, [developer Guerrilla Games] is finally let loose to show us how much more they're capable of, and what they're capable of is jaw-dropping.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Nov 18, 2016

For 20 years now, Pokémon games have presented fantasies where people live, battle, and grow alongside powerful monsters. In Pokémon Sun and Moon, that wistful reverie invites you take a holiday, leave your worries behind, and grab yourself a lei. As it happens with all good vacations, Pokémon found itself again.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Unscored - Gears of War 4
Oct 13, 2016

Gears of War hasn’t changed, not really. I’m left wondering what a true metamorphosis of Gears could look like, how this series could go about defining a new generation of video games. It’s a lot to ask. Gears of War might continue as on as it has, a single revolution followed by a lifetime of refinement. It’s enough.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Feb 22, 2016

With Fates, the series hasn't frayed under the pressure. Instead, Intelligent Systems has created one of the most narratively ambitious games to hit a Nintendo platform. Fire Emblem Fates lets you explore the value of familial love and friendship, then offers you the option to go back and kill everyone you love, while loving everyone you killed.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Feb 22, 2016

With Fates, the series hasn't frayed under the pressure. Instead, Intelligent Systems has created one of the most narratively ambitious games to hit a Nintendo platform. Fire Emblem Fates lets you explore the value of familial love and friendship, then offers you the option to go back and kill everyone you love, while loving everyone you killed.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Yes - Fallout 4
Nov 19, 2015

It's a massive game that combines Mad Max with retro-futuristic America.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Sep 11, 2015

Finally, I can make the hellscape Mario levels of my dreams.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Yes - Splatoon
May 28, 2015

Playing as squid kids that use water guns to make a giant mess is lots of fun.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Nov 23, 2014

Chaotic fun, or an intense, technical game, Smash Brows. is a fighting game like no other.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez

One of the best Pokemon games in the franchise, with everything that makes the modern games good.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Nov 17, 2013

While the premise of riding, growing, bonding and battling with a dragon is a cool concept, it's not fleshed out here. The game also recycles levels too much.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Nov 5, 2013

The single player attempts to be bombastic, but will leave you feeling cold. The multiplayer is signature COD, but we're waiting until public servers are up to make a judgement.

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Kotaku
Patricia Hernandez
Oct 12, 2013

It's a charming adventure that lets you collect the coolest creatures for battle and friendship.

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