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72.1 average score
75 median score
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3 / 10.0 - Prehistoric Dude
Oct 21, 2020

Prehistoric Dude is a short and uninteresting adventure, where much of your time is spent walking over bushes trying to see enemies. Jumping through obstacles, the limited combat and te repetitive exploration are never intriguing or rewarding. The visuals and the soundtrack also do not deliver any particular positive points. The title is not horrible in itself, but it definitely fails to be interesting in almost 100% of its aspects.

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Gustavo Miranda
Oct 20, 2020

Even with a good atmosphere of an abandoned server and with graphics that refer to the 90s' shooters, Connection Haunted cannot cause suspense or is interesting enough to make players search for all the game's endings or their easter eggs. Its lack of originality and content turns the title into a mediocre and unrewarding narrative.

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Oct 18, 2020

Demonizing and trivializing mental disorders, using 19th century stereotypes and terms, just proves how problematic the Reflection of Mine story is. The highlight of this title, which should be solving the puzzles, ends up buried in an infinite and restrictive loop of trial and error. It may seem challenging at first, but it soon becomes frustrating.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Ikenfell
Oct 15, 2020

Old-fashioned role-playing fans, Harry Potter and other magical school environments fans, and enthusiasts for retro games in general will certainly appreciate Ikenfell. Unfortunately, some points prevent the title from becoming really unmissable or extremely memorable. The biggest problems are the structure of the narrative and the unbalanced challenge of the confrontations, but the overall package appeals to several points, such as its visuals, soundtrack, striking story and unique battle system.

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Oct 11, 2020

Super Mario Bros. 35 offers a fun and challenging experience. Playing against enemies on the screen and at the same time having to choose strategies to defeat other players makes the proposal extremely complex without being stressful. Despite the repetitive scheme, I believe that it has the potential to continue attracting a large audience, both because of the character's popularity and because of the special events that make the game shine even more.

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6 / 10.0 - Going Under
Oct 10, 2020

Going Under deviates a little from the path of an ideal roguelike. Instead of enjoying the wonderful visuals, the great soundtrack and the fun premise to make a captivating, agile and action-packed game, the title loses a little focus on what really matters. It is possible to spend some good hours of fun with the game, but the technical problems in the combat, the little variety inside the dungeons (and outside them), the lack of information in some moments, and the excess of exposure in others, made that I never fully get caught up in the adventure.

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Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix overcomes all problems of its predecessor and manages to do what it takes to become an average game, but it is still a long way from reaching its true potential. The colorful and creative aesthetic makes this game ideal for children.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Alwa's Legacy
Oct 8, 2020

Alwa's Legacy is a great recommendation for anyone looking for a good metroidvania or just looking for a lovely adventure with creative puzzles. Even its few defects are compensated when we think of the experience that is offered. With 16-bit charm and clever elements, we have a journey that manages to develop an attractive artistic level without demanding large commitments from players.

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Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue is an excellent visual novel, whose charismatic characters and personal dramas are deeply engaging. By developing its story around a fictional sport and also offering good moments of comic relief, it is able to explore a variety of emotions, masterfully demonstrating the necessary qualities for the genre.

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9 / 10.0 - Rivals of Aether
Oct 6, 2020

Rivals of Aether: Definitive Edition is worth every penny for bringing new game modes, all DLCs and several important tweaks to the gameplay. Along with that, the Switch port is an excellent portable multiplayer - quality that is priceless.

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