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76.4 average score
80 median score
80.0% of games recommended
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8 / 10.0 - Blasphemous
Oct 13, 2019

Blasphemous is a merciless Metroidvania with a satisfying combat, despite the weak platforming, its boss fights are extremely entertaining and the art style is amazing, as it establishes a very engaging setting.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Control
Sep 30, 2019

Control boasts a challenging, satisfying and fun combat. The Oldest House is a visually stunning piece of design that'll make you want to explore and find every bit of lore about its world and the intriguing story of Jesse and Dylan Faden. Despite not being free of flaws (especially performance wise on consoles), Remedy Games was able to build one of the best games of the year.

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Sep 17, 2019

Remnant: From the Ashes is a good game with fun combat and a lot of replayability thanks to the variety of boss battles and equipment allied to its gameplay loop. However, some problems and some badly executed aspects (especially the level design) stop Gunfire Games' RPG from reaching its full potential.

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7 / 10.0 - Days Gone
Jul 22, 2019

Days Gone is a mixed bag. Oregon is beautiful, and the impact of the freakers on the world dynamics are quite thrilling. The driving and shooting are pretty satisfying, and the game has enough content to last 50-60 hours in a normal playthrough. But even though the game is fun, it is not without quite a few flaws that reduces its quality.

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Jun 21, 2019

Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid is easy to learn and fun to play and the variety on the characters play style make up for the lack of variety. However, the game still lacks enough content to justify playing it for more than a few hours. As a fighting game, the core is fine, but it needs a lot of improving.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Imperator: Rome
Jun 13, 2019

Imperator is a strong instalment to the Paradox catalogue. It has a much stronger military focus than other Paradox games, and though it implements many mechanics of other Paradox titles, it can be somewhat limited in options for the player. The music, visuals and warfare are a major plus point however.

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5.8 / 10.0 - Desert Child
Apr 23, 2019

Desert Child's final outcome is not enough to secure a completely satisfying experience. While its game play can be pleasant, but equally limited. After several hours its game play loop ends up disappointing and the initial curiosity to explore its beautiful city and mechanics loses itself on what is a forgettable quest, despite the excellent soundtrack.

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Apr 4, 2019

Thronebreaker is CDPR's first non traditional RPG. The studio knew how to capitalize their abilities creating an interactive narrative experience with a cativating plot and characters, and a deep, well designed card game as its core. However, I noticed a bit of difficulty on creating significant consequences or adversity imposed on the player, unable to make each playthrough feel different from the last.

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Mar 31, 2019

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the ultimate challenge from From Software. Ashina is a treat for explorers and players who are seeking memorable fights, and enemies more merciless than ever. And after you complete the decisive test of patience and tenacity, you can add it to your gaming curriculum as one of the most satisfying moments of your gamer career. Sekiro is a must-buy and one of the best games of the year.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Devil May Cry 5
Mar 26, 2019

Mechanically speaking, Devil May Cry 5 is the best game the saga has seen, for now. Unfortunately, the Art Direction - even though the game looks great - does not fit right with the game's narrative tone. DMC5 does not evolve the series forward, compared to its predecessors, but it does boast a fluid and frantic combat, that combined with some new weapons at your disposal, make this the best gameplay Dante and Nero have yet to offer, which end up overshadowing the repetitive V in the process.

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