Yann Bernard


53 games reviewed
72.8 average score
80 median score
62.3% of games recommended
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7 / 10 - Moving Out
Apr 27, 2020

With such ironic tone, an easy to pick up, co-op approach, and elaborate furnishings designs, Moving Out was supposed to go smoothly. But like it often happens through these kinds of enterprises, SMG Studio's work proves neither as fun nor friendly as expected, because of tedious, if not hazardous collaborative mechanics sometimes, and a too rigid physics engine overall, despite generous difficulty settings.

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8 / 10 - Good Job!
Apr 10, 2020

Paladin Studios highlights that work can be a comical and exhilarating experience - even more through collaboration - with such cleverly used tools to manage somehow complicated, if not explosive situations. Despite the deliberate lack of character, it's indeed a Good Job !

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Mar 16, 2020

The fresh thrill of discovering an uninhabited atoll tends to fade once such wild life gets cosier with crafted items, buildings, shops and incoming residents, until it looks like a village from the previous iterations. But the larger size of this wholly reshapable island, the customization's vertiginous level and the improved community interactions create an even more fertile ecosystem, hence Animal Crossing can slowly though decidedly stare further, towards New Horizons, equipped with an ever updating NookPhone.

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While such side a story doesn't reveal crucial elements from Fire Emblem : Three Houses, this new underground location, the colorful additionnal characters and their radically transverse skills somehow deepen the adventure as a whole.

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9 / 10 - Dreams
Feb 14, 2020

Sometimes, even the most ambitious dreams come true, but their appreciation still depends on people's aspirations and imagination.

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7 / 10 - AO Tennis 2
Jan 9, 2020

As expected from Big Ant, AO Tennis 2 looks more like a big update of the previous version than a brand new episode, and once again largely relies on the community to complete the content. While still lacking some tennis expertise, the australian studio managed to optimize the gameplay, that finally shows its potential full of delicacy - in every sense of the word. The main additions focused on immersion emphasize this laudable quest for authenticity, although their rather limited impacts tend to exhibit the superficial side of this production, yet unfinished, but built on solid bases.

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Dec 22, 2019

A straight, if not rushed port of the Wii U version, that was already much less interesting than the 3D(S) episode in terms of content and gameplay. Thus Family Tennis SP doesn't have anything really special to offer, except its friendly style and somehow unusual "super" shots.

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6 / 10 - Breathing Fear
Dec 4, 2019

The less you see, the more you fear, thus beyond such minimalist an appearance, this intricately staged journey reveals a darker and crueler plot than expected.

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Refined in every possible way, particularly through more practical puzzles, this Deluxe Edition proves a good introduction to the somehow lighthearted and acidulous investigations of Kat.

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Oct 28, 2019

The exotic holidays of Luigi's Mansion 3 look like a phantasmagorical comedy, each floor from this hotel presenting a play of its own which revisits the classic horror movies themes, thanks to Next Level Games' fantastic imagination through mischievous stagecraft, wonderful riddles and stunning ectoplasmic battles. Beyond the already reinforced ghost hunter gear, such elements are combined marvellously, if not even better in duo, since the slimy characteristics of Gooigi both fluidify and enrich the whole experience. A team spirit encouraged by the terrific multi player modes, in particular the more stupendously trapped ScareScraper, bound to haunt the long hallowed eves slamming with friends endlessly.

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