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74.9 average score
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Jul 27, 2021

Despite some gameplay issues and lack of innovation compared to the title that preceded it , NEO: The World Ends with You it has fun and accessible battles, an excellent and diverse soundtrack, a plot full of character, an inviting ambiance for character development and, above all, a very coherent overall design around some of Shibuya's popular culture. As such, it's an easy recommendation for anyone who liked its predecessor or who enjoys more dynamic action JRPGs.

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Jul 26, 2021

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is a game that manages to tackle the concept of period courts in a tightly-knit narrative that grabs attention. Not just for fans of the series, but also for gamers in general, it's a must-play compilation.

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Jul 26, 2021

Musou fans will surely enjoy all the features Samurai Warriors 5 offers, and new players will have no problem following the story. The gameplay is very fluid, the audiovisual presentation is dazzling and the story doesn't leave any loose ends, besides being a treat for history lovers. Unfortunately, the negative points, especially the camera control, harm the gameplay. It's up to the player to decide whether or not it's worth venturing into the Sengoku period, especially because Samurai Warriors 5 doesn't present anything new compared to other musou games.

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Jul 20, 2021

Songs for a Hero is much more than a simple musical game, showing itself as a robust international reference as a platformer and bringing the best of the genre with a Brazilian touch. Drinking from the same sources of sagas as Zelda, Donkey Kong Country and Shantae, the game entertains all the time, progresses naturally and consolidates itself as another excellent indie title in the Nintendo Switch library.

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Jul 19, 2021

The Silver Case 2425 brings together two text-focused adventure games that experiment with the possibilities of the format. Unfortunately, The Silver Case is a complicated work and its text could be made clearer so that more people could enjoy it. However, it's still a worthwhile experience for anyone who enjoys narrative games.

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6 / 10.0 - Flatland Vol.2
Jul 15, 2021

Flatland Vol.2 brings enjoyable gameplay through exhilarating challenges. Even though it makes the player suffer, this happens within a limit that forces learning and helps in the process of acquiring techniques and resources to overcome challenges. The stages, however, in a short time become repetitive and with little replay factor. This ends up being reinforced in the complementary game modes, which are just variations of the standard experience. If repetition is not a problem, the look, music and level design of this title have everything to please even the most demanding player.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is, like the original, a good game and a must-have recommendation for fans of the series. It is not, however, a magnum opus, as there are defects and problems that can disturb the experience, even if some of them have been mitigated by remastering while others have been aggravated. As a remaster, this new version brings important improvements to the Skyloft adventure and certainly consolidates as the definitive version of the franchise's origin story. However, the focus of its production was certainly those who didn't play the original, as, for longtime gamers, there's not much new to be expected.

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9 / 10.0 - Boomerang X
Jul 13, 2021

Boomerang X is like a puzzle game that must be played on the go, shooting a weapon that will return to you and evading enemies and thorns along the way. The campaign is short, but the feeling that there could be much more shows that the proposal to synthesize actions to the essentials was a success. It is stimulating both visually and frantically moving, and offers countless possibilities for each player to plan their own strategies during the stages. If you like to think fast and don't have labyrinthitis problems, this is certainly a title that can't go unnoticed.

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Jul 13, 2021

With a lovely aesthetic and creative concepts, Epistory - Typing Chronicles proves to be unique in many ways, being extremely captivating from start to finish. So, whether with Joy-Con or with the unusual help of a USB keyboard, an epic story is literally written in front of us, amusing and delighting like an unprecedented fairy tale.

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Jul 10, 2021

Destroy All Humans! finds itself in a peculiar position on the spectrum of video game releases. A remake of a game from nearly three generations ago, it delivers exactly what it promises: an improved but faithful version of the original. The problem arises when you realize that this re-release is sometimes much more faithful than it should be.

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