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77.6 average score
80 median score
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6.5 / 10.0 - Skate City
May 12, 2021

Skate City could dare more when it reached the consoles. Its attractive visual composition and sound track achieve a certain level of immersion, which unfortunately is broken by some slips. Maybe with some additional content, the feeling of being playing a mobile title will be changed and it will be seen as the fun indie that it has the potential to be.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Judgment
May 8, 2021

Judgment is an excellent spinoff, with an intriguing script, striking characters, a fun combat system and an immense amount of content, as traditional in the Yakuza series. In addition, it introduces new mechanics that, despite not shining as much, differentiate it from other games in the series. The game is fun and can provide you with hundreds of hours of entertainment, and my caveats are the lack of Brazilian Portuguese localization and some mechanics that could be revised. Technically the game is very well polished and the remastered version, despite being visually very similar to the original, is advantageous for the accompanying DLC.

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8 / 10.0 - Luna
May 7, 2021

I strongly recommend Luna to children and all those who punish themselves for small mistakes, so that they learn to embrace the learnings of our stories and the cyclical changes in life that are inevitable, but most of the times positive.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Outer Wilds
May 6, 2021

Outer Wilds is an immersive space exploration experience that oozes originality. Its vibrant world design works as a great puzzle full of beauty and charm that always aims to stimulate the player's curiosity, while transmitting the fear of the new and the inhospitable. Even with occasional failures, here we have an experience marked by creative excellence that exposes the true concept of freedom in electronic games.

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May 5, 2021

Resident Evil Village is a reference to the horror genre and an important milestone for the series in its 25th anniversary celebrations. Capcom first-person gameplay remains a wise decision, bringing gameplay and storytelling together in an excellent way. The main inspiration is the older brother, Resident Evil 4, with mechanics, characters and quality that make Village a kind of spiritual successor to one of the most revered games in the franchise. A must-have title for Resident Evil fans.

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May 3, 2021

Curse of the Dead Gods ignores its narrative scope and does not deepen its story, but it is through a series of interesting and stable mechanics, level design and a well-built atmosphere that it surprises and becomes truly rewarding.

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7 / 10.0 - Battle Axe
Apr 30, 2021

Battle Axe manages to communicate with the language of a nostalgic era in which video games were simple and uncompromising, with a cliché adventure that already does more than enough to provide electronic entertainment. Its presentation in pixel art, sounds and music easily transport us to a time when our only goal was just to end the game with an invitation to play all over again. It lives up to the term 'Nostalgic'.

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8 / 10.0 - Gravity Heroes
Apr 29, 2021

Gravity Heroes gets it right in the action dose, very well accompanied by a neat visual composition and a striking soundtrack. Its content may be short for lonely players, but with the right group of people, the game modes can guarantee hours of fun and adrenaline.

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Touhou Hyouibana ~ Antinomy of Common Flowers is a title that can be nice, but it does not prove to be very friendly for those who do not follow the saga of the characters. As a fighting game, its mechanics and dynamism can both cause strangeness and can also be quite inviting for those who do not want such an intense experience with this genre.

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Apr 28, 2021

Rain on Your Parade is an extremely fun and playful cloud simulator, excellent to be played with children. It will cause laughter in all types of players, be it casual with little contact with the gamer universe, or that hardcore player who will understand all subtle (and less so) references to the gaming industry itself. After all, who doesn't like to cause a good deal of confusion? Or raining coffee?

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