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76.0 average score
75 median score
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80 / 100 - Corruption 2029
Feb 24, 2020

We are facing a very continuous proposal by The Bearded Ladies after Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden. Those who enjoyed that title will find a very recognizable type of game that will present new challenges. Unfortunately, the repetition of enemies and scenarios slightly tarnishes a title with a remarkable base.

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Feb 24, 2020

Nicky - The Home Alone Golf Ball is a fast-paced and cost-effective game that, after a little success on smartphones and PCs, tries its luck on the Nintendo console. We face a skill game where we must throw Nicky as many times as necessary to overcome the obstacles and challenges of the stage and reach the goal, or the hole in that case. It is entertaining, and for the price it has, it is worth spending some time.

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60 / 100 - Down to Hell
Feb 21, 2020

Down to Hell is one of those games that are born from the inspiration of the Dark Souls franchise. It takes as its premise the atmosphere and the combat, and manages to do it quite well in the first, but a not very refined control does not allow it to do equally well in the second. This is not the only problem, and we will see details that could be better, although in the end we will continue to have a moderately enjoyable adventure if we are not too demanding.

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70 / 100 - Curse of Anabelle
Feb 20, 2020

Curse of Anabelle is a little breath of fresh air in the midst of all the clone horror games and offers original and very characteristic gameplay. Unfortunately, the high demand for graphics and a somewhat poor performance tarnish the final result a bit. If you still want to give it a try, have a good PC and are a fan of adventure games, you won't be disappointed.

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75 / 100 - 7th Sector
Feb 19, 2020

7th Sector now comes to consoles after having collected a fairly positive review on its PC version. A narrative adventure with a breakthrough based on the resolution of a wide variety of puzzles in environments of clear cyberpunk atmosphere. The story and the way of telling it is interesting, but a somewhat rough control, the total lack of explanations when facing the puzzles and some illogical resolutions make the work of Sergey Noskov luster.

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60 / 100 - Music Racer
Feb 17, 2020

Music Racer has gone from being a very interesting and rewarding experience on PC and Android, to a fairly simple and at times repetitive experience, for the simple loss of a feature such as the use of our own music. The basis may be the same, but it changes the experience that will now depend on whether or not we connect with the 29 electronic music themes that the game proposes. It is still interesting, but it is better to look at the tracklist first.

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85 / 100 - Streets of Rogue
Feb 13, 2020

We are facing a jewel of the indie scene that will allow the player to create chaos and destruction throughout the levels that he completes, or to go completely unnoticed without anyone noticing his presence. 24 different characters, each with its own characteristics, in a roguelite that will delight lovers of the genre.

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Feb 11, 2020

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo includes another 6 classic games from the old Psikyo, which together with the other 6 Alpha games, the previous part, form a collection of the most interesting shoot'em ups, obviating Gunbarich, of course. The compilation has been compressed in two parts, instead to the three Asians, but the extras of the Gallery mode have been lost, which is not available in Western editions. If you are a fan of shoot'em ups, it is the perfect opportunity to get to know the Psikyo classics, and vertical scroll games come with the option to play them in TATE mode, which improves the experience completely.

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Feb 10, 2020

A decaffeinated remaster of one of the best games of all time. With a bombproof gameplay, but without political symbols, or multiplayer, or notable developments beyond the -good- adaptation to the pad. Even so, it has led to talk about the Spanish franchise worldwide, which is always good.

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70 / 100 - Without Escape
Feb 10, 2020

Without Escape brings back the point and click adventures of yesteryear in a rather original first person shooter. The plot, while catching and entertaining to the end, does not offer many answers throughout the game. The puzzles are very well thought out and it is a pleasure to solve each one of them, although there are few that offer. A game specially designed for nostalgic of the genre.

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