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1366 games reviewed
80.2 average score
80 median score
60.1% of games recommended

Hobby Consolas's Reviews

Apr 21, 2024

Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes is a great journey back to the golden age of the JRPG and a tribute to all the good things Suikoden gave us. With nostalgia as its flag, this game manages to overcome its lack of innovation to deliver a great adventure that will take you back to simpler times.

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77 / 100 - Grounded
Apr 20, 2024

A remarkable port of the hit survival game that we already enjoyed on Xbox and PC. It prioritizes performance over resolution (and it's very noticeable), allowing the massive garden to be brought to the Switch's circuitry. Its desktop performance is disappointing, but if you're looking to play it on a laptop, it's a good option.

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Apr 18, 2024

Final Fantasy XVI says goodbye with The Rising Tide, a new dose of spectacle that will surely please the defenders of the sixteenth installment, but that falls far short of the expectations generated.

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Apr 16, 2024

Like Portal and other puzzle games, The Talos Principle 2 is a small marvel that, in this case, doesn't stop at its clever challenges or its technical section. He spices up his story with thought-provoking philosophical decisions and reflections, even after the story is over. A small wonder, now available in physical form.

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78 / 100 - Harold Halibut
Apr 15, 2024

Harold Halibut gives shape to an attractive story led by a protagonist who manages to surprise the player. The magnificent handcrafted art section accompanies this good script, but at times its approach becomes somewhat heavy in terms of gameplay. Here's a good narrative adventure that could have aspired to be so much more.

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77 / 100 - Withering Rooms
Apr 11, 2024

A good mix of ideas that work well for the most part, although there are some drawbacks that can complicate the lives of certain players. Ideal for fans of classic survival horror, even 16-bit.

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Nixxes once again does an impeccable job. An exceptional port of a great adventure, with all the content included, which also has a great optimization to work very well in different configurations. Without a doubt, PlayStation should make them the only studio tasked with porting their games to PC.

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Mar 21, 2024

Princess Peach Showtime! It's the typical case of a game that doesn't attract attention, but if you give it a chance, it has weapons to win you over. It is a simple game, for all audiences, that manages to catch you with a varied development and an overflowing sympathy. It's in a different league than Super Mario Bros. Wonder, but it's fun.

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Mar 21, 2024

If you're not careful with a sharp katana, you risk cutting yourself. Luckily, Rise of the Ronin unsheathes itself with a sublime combat and a very attractive story for lovers of the most samurai Japan. There are significant shortcomings, but Team Ninja makes a much more precise cut than imagined with this ambitious game.

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94 / 100 - Dragon's Dogma 2
Mar 20, 2024

If you miss the days when playing video games was about sharing experiences and secrets with your friends and games where every step was a discovery, then look no further: Dragon's Dogma 2 is the game with the most heart you'll find.

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Mar 19, 2024

Designed for those who want to enjoy a classic adventure with modern conveniences, this game will make Derceto veterans a lot of enjoyment. Don't expect heart-wrenching scares, but an experience of mystery, with gray matter, some smell of gunpowder, and Lovecraftian lore pills.

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Star Wars Battlefront: Classic Collection brings back two milestones in Star Wars playable history and it's great to have them available on all consoles. Whether you get a lot of value and fun from them beyond nostalgia and fan service is another matter: the absence of crossplay and flimsy online play limit their long-term potential.

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Mar 14, 2024

It's hard to stand out among open-world adventures. Outcast 2 achieves this at times thanks to its light-heartedness and sense of freedom, but neither the missions themselves nor its visual performance manage to rise to the occasion.

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Mar 11, 2024

Con: Operation Galuga successfully recreates the original game released in 1987 and elevates the show to a new level, but a number of issues (the controls, mainly) make the experience very frustrating.

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82 / 100 - Broforce
Mar 9, 2024

Broforce is like a summer blockbuster: popcorn action, entertaining, with a lot of humor, that catches from beginning to end and entertains without major pretensions. It's best enjoyed in short sessions, especially if you don't play with friends. To some palates, its action can be repetitive after the first few hours, but that has not been my case...

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85 / 100 - Unicorn Overlord
Mar 7, 2024

Vanillaware once again delivers a very special product that does not show signs of fatigue within a genre that has experienced a "boom" in recent years. Unicorn Overlord is gigantic and manages to stand out based on quality and ambition, although it could have spun something finer in some points in order to become a more original proposal.

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79 / 100 - Berserk Boy
Mar 5, 2024

A game that would have blown away fans of platforming and action 30 years ago and remarkable entertainment even by today's standards. The difficulty curve could be worked on a bit more.

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Mar 4, 2024

It's one of the most extreme and hardcore multiplayer experiences we've ever had, but at the same time catching its madness and overcoming its challenges is very, very satisfying. It's not for the faint of heart, of course.

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With hardly any changes in gameplay and development, the Brothers remake manages to offer a bigger show thanks to Unreal Engine 5, although not without technical problems at launch, such as notable firecracks and clipping, at least on PS5. If you played it back in the day, you're not going to find much new, and the extras and novelties are a bit lazy.

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Feb 25, 2024

The Side Order is an expansion that no Splatoon 3 fan should overlook: the roguelite format drastically improves the way you enjoy Splatoon single-player. It's very balanced and progress is satisfactory without being frustrating, although you have to adapt to change. It seems like a small thing for DLC, but it's very replayable.

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