Sérgio Mota


115 games reviewed
65.2 average score
70 median score
32.2% of games recommended
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3 / 10 - Pet Care
Apr 4, 2020

Pet Care is a game aimed at a very young demographic and as it should, it's very simple and accessible, with use of the touch control system. Unfortunately its experience gets done with very quickly and once the initial premise is finished, the young audience that the game tries to reach will set it aside and look for something else.

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Feb 17, 2020

Monster Jam Steel Titans on the Nintendo Switch will be welcomed by fans of monster truck racing thanks to its official license and to the rather sharp and enjoyable gameplay. Those who are not into this sport will enjoy the variety of game modes but they will also look beyond that and the game's flaws will stand out more easily: a lacklustre visual detail, glitches and lack of online component. Overall, anyone looking for a good driving simulation will find better offers elsewhere, but those curious about or interested in monster truck racing will no doubt find something to pay attention to.

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Feb 10, 2020

Street Outlaws: The List brings to the Nintendo Switch a gaming experience based on the Discovery Channel programme of the same name and for that very limited purpose of illustrating the show on a gaming format, it has a certain appeal. Unfortunately it has very little use outside that segment of the audience and with its bland and dull experience and very dated visual environment, Street Outlaws: The List adds nothing relevant to the driving games available on the Nintendo Switch.

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4 / 10 - AeternoBlade II
Feb 6, 2020

AeternoBlade 2 for the Nintendo Switch follows the Metrovania style and adds some RPG elements to a game that features some good ideas. Unfortunately it doesn't take long until the player realizes that those ideas are executed rather poorly and the game lacks a serious polishing work. Furthermore, long loading times, frustrating combat and technical issues only harm the experience further and make this AeternoBlade 2 something hard to recommend.

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5 / 10 - AO Tennis 2
Jan 29, 2020

AO Tennis 2 presents itself as a realistic tennis simulation and on the Nintendo Switch, that's enough to stand out and set a high threshold. Unfortunately the overall experience turns out to be a disappointment. Despite a well-executed career mode and a helpful player creation tool, the gameplay in AO Tennis 2 feels disproportionately difficult, while its cast of players doesn't make much sense. Adding to that, its visual environment belongs to a previous time and its performance issues harm the experience even more. Players looking for a sharp and exquisite tennis simulation on the Switch will walk out disappointed.

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Override Mecha City Brawl, a long name for a simple game. Featuring combats with colossal machines in urban areas, the game is easy to get into thanks to its accessible controls and features plenty of customization options. Unfortunately it does a less stellar work on the quality of the experience, which often feels too limited and repetitive. The game also feels out of place as a handheld experience and its online space is nearly deserted, consequences of a price tag that is too high for what's on offer.

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Dec 21, 2019

Sublevel Zero Redux on the Nintendo Switch is a space-based first-person shoot'em-up that features a slick gameplay, a very healthy amount of content and a roguelite approach to its sections. If this will please both fans of the genre and beginners, the game can become repetitive in a rather short time and the use of the map in the exploration will become too frequent.

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6 / 10 - Yaga
Nov 29, 2019

While this may be welcomed by players looking for a less intense experience, Yaga doesn't fulfill all its potential due to an exploration that feels too linear and a combat system that remains shallow. Its luck system also needs an improvement and the HD Rumble feature is not properly implemented, which end up harming what the Yaga experience could have been.

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Nov 7, 2019

The Legend of Skyfish has no issues with presenting itself as an adventure game heavily inspired by some of the most recognizable works in the genre and there's nothing wrong with that. What happens with The Legend of Skyfish is that despite its competent delivery of a simple, accessible gameplay welcoming of new players and which easily fits quick gaming sessions, the game lacks depth, originality and involvement and the overall experience feels like it's rather superficial and doesn't go as far as it could.

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Nov 4, 2019

Jet Kave Adventure does not revolutionize platform games but that doesn't mean it's not an enjoyable experience. With its well-designed levels, good execution and accessible nature that will be welcoming to all players, Jet Kave Adventure may not pulverize the competition but it certainly does a good job at delivering good gameplay mechanics and at getting the plaforming formula right.

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