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Nov 26, 2013

Ryse: Son of Rome is a magnificent demonstration of the Xbox One, but if we want to take it as a finished product, it loses by far, relegating it to the sea of titles that are played inversely proportional to how good they look.

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Mar 10, 2015

Ori and The Blind Forest es un muy brillante título que cumple de manera magistral cada uno de sus objetivos, siendo nuevo ejemplo de que los estudios pequeños o independientes, son los que cargan con la responsabilidad de hacer que este medio se mueva hacia adelante por medio de su propia esencia, y no queriendo copiar elementos de cosas como el cine. Cada vez es más y más difícil ver juegos que logren tener un gameplay sólido, con una narrativa interesante, asunto que se consigue en esta maravillosa obra de Moon Studios.

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90 / 100 - Shovel Knight
Apr 28, 2015

Due to its impeccable level design, art direction, memorable soundtrack and addictive gameplay, Shovel Knight established itself as a true contemporary classic, a tribute to a golden age of the platform game genre; an indie that will be remembered for many years.

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May 25, 2015

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the first great RPG of the current generation of consoles. Its gigantic world full of relevant things to do, fine combat, captivating story and very high degree of customization, make it one of the games that have caused me the most joy throughout my life enjoying this wonderful medium. I can't find the right words to do justice to the incredible work delivered by CD Projekt Red, a studio that has undoubtedly earned a place alongside the biggest in this industry.

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Undoubtedly great, ambitious, fun and spontaneous Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain could very well teach a thing or two to other modern video game developers, who lost between their quantities and their generic worlds, have completely forgotten that control is The most important thing that exists in a video game, perhaps the truth is that all this spontaneity is a controlled illusion but no other game has made me feel so responsible for such feats mission by mission, if the goal of video games is to create the illusion of power its users find it hard to think of a better example.

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Oct 27, 2015

Halo 5: Guardians it's a versatile FPS with a high value for any fan of the genre, including the campaign and the multiplayer equally. It definitely keeps most of the essence of the franchise, sadly, the split-screen is highly missed.

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Jorge Diaz

CD Projekt RED once again provides a lesson in how to release expansions, and despite the inevitable glitches that accompany any open-world game, it more than delivers on narrative and content.

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Jorge Diaz
90 / 100 - Undertale
Jan 20, 2016

Undertale does flawlessly what few video games achieve: seamlessly amalgamate solid and fun game mechanics, a deep story both on a large scale and in each micro-environment, and a consistent and self-congruent universe. None of these three elements would make sense on their own, and together they make one of the most extraordinary video games we've seen in recent years.

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88 / 100 - Quantum Break
Apr 1, 2016

As an action game it delivers, but it seems to me that the most important thing is that in the end they managed to overcome the challenge of being a simple third-person shooter to become a fantastic audiovisual experience. This is thanks to the good design of the game and its system that forces you to use powers intelligently and creatively.

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95 / 100 - Dark Souls III
Apr 11, 2016

I think it goes without saying that if you are a fan of Miyazaki's creations, you should run as soon as you can for a copy of Dark Souls III. In case you have committed the sin of never giving this franchise a chance, don't worry, because leaving aside its very intricate history that only some have been able to solve, this installment is optimal for those who are just entering the complicated world revolving around the brilliant works of FromSoftware.

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