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Overall, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III brings us a very solid game and a clear improvement in the franchise. With a wide variety of personalization of our characters, both in equipment and combat sets, it gives a feeling of a game with a healthy amount of game time to experience everything we have at our disposal. It will certainly be a game for any fan of JRPGs if you have played your predecessors, but if that is not the case it can be difficult to fit in, such is the dimension and complexity of the story presented. Even so, the producer did a great job of bringing a title of this dimension to Switch, for the port presents solid features and performance.

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Jul 2, 2020

The Last of Us Part II is a bold and successful return to this post-apocalyptic world, masterfully owning and working with decisions made with the first game. By refining the already great gameplay and moving it forward, we are before some of the most solid mechanics of this generation. The story will not please everyone, but there is no denying it is impacting, exciting and emotional, albeit being a bit too long in some sections. All this is partnered with phenomenal performances from the whole cast, and irreproachable when it comes to visuals, sound, and technical aspects. The Last of Us Part II is a masterpiece, Naughty Dog’s best work so far, and in contention for the game of the generation.

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Jul 6, 2020

Mainly a collection dedicated to Namco and NES fans, as these are surely the players who mostly enjoy this set of retro games. The games, well known to the public, can easily show their worthiness individually, but on overall the package fails to provide significant added value overall. You can enjoy an exclusive in Europe and completely new title produced especially for this collection.

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Jul 10, 2020

Very much like the first volume, Namco Museum Archives Volume 2, presents a set of solid well known titles for NES and Namco old school fans. The compilation considers a good variety on genres, with some titles more interesting than the others. From these, Gaplus and Mappy Land provided us with amazing hours of good fun! While being a solid collection it still fails to provide additional content, similar to the Japaneese version. Also, a better care of some of the most well known titles could ve beneficial for the compilation. Most important, these two volumes should be delivered a a single pack, which indeed would be a must have to any gamer worth of the name.

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8 / 10.0 - Superliminal
Jul 13, 2020

With an original premise and relatively simple game mechanics, Superliminal presents itself as a very competent and rewarding puzzle game. We are constantly faced with new ways to interact with this bizarre world, and therefore challenged to face each new room with new eyes and an open mind. It only lasts for a short while, and we get the feeling there is a lot of unexplored potential. On the other hand, it does not overstay its welcome or last longer than it needs to deliver a significant and important final message. At the end of the day, Superliminal is a special game that adds something new to its genre, and one which puzzle fans will surely enjoy.

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9 / 10.0 - F1 2020
Jul 18, 2020

With F1 2020, Codemasters offers the best and the most complete game in the F1 Franchise, with everything that resulted in last year's title, and with new additions. There is a clear effort by Codemasters to provide the best experience for players and there is a great evolution in career modes with the emergence of My Team mode that gives players the opportunity to manage their teams and win the championship their way. The Podium pass and the reward systems implemented in the game are also great, giving the players the feeling that they are racing for more than a simple trophy.

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Many might be afraid that Bug Fables, with its prolific use of the traditional Paper Mario mechanics, might be nothing more than a cheap imitation of an all-time classic. However, that could not be farther from the truth: Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is a superb experience with attention to detail in all its components. Its adventure honours everything that made Paper Mario great and even surpasses it in some areas, all while presenting us with a new world and characters we genuinely care about.

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Jul 27, 2020

Paper Mario: The Origami King is a delightful and rich adventure throughout, with tons of variety and an amazing sense of humour. It is easy to recommend playing it for its memorable mishaps and a story that, while simple, has clearly been given the attention that was sorely missed in the past two games. The Origami King is, though, blemished by the basic and superfluous battle system that clearly didn’t go the extra mile to attain depth and a sense of purpose.

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Jul 30, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is a true homage to Japanese history and culture, and another excellent game from a PlayStation first-party studio. With the most beautiful open world of the generation, and a rigorous, precise, and rewarding combat system, this game presents several refreshing and ingenious ideas that make it a very immersive experience. It is a game that does almost everything right, and one which will give fans of action games and samurai-based entertainment everything they could wish for. Ghost of Tsushima is a perfect example of the overwhelming quality of PlayStation 4’s exclusives and an amazing curtain call of an excellent generational cycle.

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8 / 10.0 - Urban Flow
Jul 31, 2020

Urban Flow like the name says its a funny party puzzle game that can be played up to 4 players where you need to control traffic lights so that cars and another special vehicles don’t crash in each other. In the different levels you have different challenges that can be crossed so that you can go throw the levels and besides this levels you also have a endless mode where you select an intercorse and play through it until you get tired! Check if you are a good driver and take the best control traffic decisions

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