Bruno Henrique Vinhadel


70 games reviewed
73.6 average score
78 median score
44.3% of games recommended
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered is the perfect opportunity for everyone to experience one of the best FPS ever released. The technical rework is incredible and updates the game to current times. Unfortunately, there is not much to do besides the campaign, and the replay factor is quite limited without a cooperative mode or its famous multiplayer mode.

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Without innovations, Warlords of New York brings just what is needed to satisfy players for a few months. Although the story ties up some loose ends and has good quality, this title will not expand the universe of The Division.

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85 / 100 - Nioh 2
Mar 10, 2020

Nioh 2 brings back brutal and challenging combat along with yet another fantastic feudal Japan setting. The variety in gameplay remains one of the game's greatest assets. Fun and challenge go hand in hand here, even though the title still needs some balancing. Small defects as in the development of the story and in the boss fights are notable, but they don't affect the excellent experience that the game provides.

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Vanquish remains practically untouched and its excellent quality is still shown here as a fantastic action game. Unfortunately, the game's transition to the current generation is below expectations.

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Feb 3, 2020

Zombie Army 4: Dead War continues to be extremely fun in coop mode, with more refined gameplay for your style rather than just using what it was previously inspired on. The progression system is a great find and encourages you to continue playing even more, however, the main campaign still lacks a narrative that better develops its content.

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Oct 31, 2019

There is nothing that stands out more in Call of Duty 2019 than its campaign. The excellent use of some characters, the changes based on realism and the accurate pace guarantee one of the best stories in a shooter. Modern Warfare can deliver fun in a complete package, but still has small details in the cooperative mode and has several adjustments to make in the competitive mode, even with some news and changes.

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Oct 27, 2019

The Behemoth has brought back its most successful game, but it sounds more like a modernization than a complete and improved version. Castle Crashers Remastered brings almost no new content beyond technical improvements, but it should please old players just for the nostalgia factor. However, those who could not enjoy the title years ago have the possibility to do so with the best version available.

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Oct 17, 2019

Ubisoft might have excessively applied its open-world formula in the creation of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. Even with a great map and yet a good gunplay, uninspiring activities, a story without direction and forcing the game into an even bigger version of The Division clearly do not fit in with everything the series has featured in decades. While the cooperative factor may motivate you to tackle this arduous task, it is only valid with low investment and a lot of patience.

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89 / 100 - Children of Morta
Oct 14, 2019

Children of Morta greatly mixes action RPG and roguelite styles, creating a fresh experience every time you play. The narrative development and the stories that make up the Bergson family are capable of holding the player more than the gameplay itself. While minor technical issues are frequent with the console version, nothing detracts from the great experience the title provides.

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90 / 100 - Borderlands 3
Oct 1, 2019

The insanity of its universe and the best combat system ever made make Borderlands 3 the best game in the franchise. An extensive campaign, captivating characters and various alternative game modes heighten the interest in the title and the fun that comes with it. Even though technical problems and badly developed villains may undermine some of the quality of the game, there are a lot of positive stuff and dozens of hours of fun guaranteed in Gearbox Software's crazy franchise universe.

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