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Apr 19, 2021

Euro Truck Simulator 2: Iberia brings us closer to the Iberian peninsula to the video game format as we had rarely seen, with lots of cities and roads to travel and a high level of detail that makes it very similar to real life. On the other hand, it is still more of the same, with the expansion of the map as the only novelty and a somewhat high price for what is offered. If we are regulars of this driving game, the Iberia DLC is a must-have.

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Apr 16, 2021

Ravensword: Shadowland may have been born as an affectionate tribute to Skyrim, but it falls behind in absolutely all aspects, its numerous goodnesses are not exploited at any time and what could have been a good game remains a decaffeinated and unfunny version of Bethesda's title.

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Apr 15, 2021

Abe's second game is so much more than the remake of a PlayStation title that wasn't even going to be in the main series. The base of the original game and the previous remake is greatly expanded, in the visual, artistic, in the sequences, and in the playable. But expanding is not always improving, more is not always better, although in many moments of the game it is.

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Apr 15, 2021

STAR WARS Republic Commando is a shooter with tactical touches that comes to current systems 16 years after its original release. Although with a slightly outdated gameplay, it maintains its benefits and presents us with the history of the elite clone squad Delta and some of its most difficult missions. It was a remarkable game in its day and it keeps its strengths still intact. Every fan of the George Lucas universe should give it a try.

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Apr 14, 2021

SaGa Frontier Remastered is the perfect opportunity to meet the first SaGa appeared on PlayStation. 8 characters with their stories await us to live their stories in the universe of The Regions in this remastering with touches of the director's version -for the original content added-. Fans of the genre and the franchise are in luck with this remastering.

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75 / 100 - Colorgrid
Apr 13, 2021

Colorgrid is a game totally in the line of Minimol Games. Good presentation, interesting mechanics and a proper progression of levels in a game that tries to experiment with new mechanics and that, with its price, is very interesting when deciding what to spend our next three hours of gameplay on. If you like puzzles, check it out.

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75 / 100 - Outriders
Apr 12, 2021

Outriders is a fresh, entertaining and fun game in its playability, but with a visual design and a plot that does not surprise or attract attention, full of clichés and elements that we have already seen before in many games. The combat system is quite deep and allows to develop the characters in a very particular way. Unfortunately its many glitches and performance issues take their toll on the title.

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Apr 6, 2021

Endzone: A World Apart doesn't offer anything new that hasn't been seen already in terms of management gameplay. If I wanted to describe it quickly, it's an apocalyptic-themed Banished. And this is not bad either. If we overcome some design flaws and a possible lack of variety, we have a title with a remarkable base that can offer us many hours of play.

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60 / 100 - Genesis Noir
Apr 2, 2021

If they tell me that they are going to tell me about the Big Bang, the creation, the stars, life, its variables and meanings through a story of a guy who sells watches and watches his girlfriend get shot, it would be totally impossible for me to imagine . And much less in the way of Genesis Noir. I play experience with an art as I have seen very few, and I am not only talking about the world of video games. One button and the mouse / stick and you will move the universe ... literal as well.

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70 / 100 - Neurodeck
Apr 1, 2021

Neurodeck is an interesting game in everything related to the subject; fighting our phobias is something that has not been explored in many games. However, the playable section can be improved, and in many cases it is not really fun.

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