André Reis


66 games reviewed
68.6 average score
70 median score
48.5% of games recommended
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Dec 12, 2019

Children of Morta is packed with things that tick all the right boxes. With its emphasis on building a team and on mechanics that develop the characters' attributions, this roguelike game borrows many elements of an action RPG and also features a fun and simple combat system. As a crowning achievement, Children of Morta's co-op component plays like a charm and the overall result is a game that's worth of all praise.

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Nov 15, 2019

Disgaea 4 Complete+ claims to be the ultimate version of the fourth chapter of the series and this is indeed an amazingly fun game with an immense amount of content for unblocking and exploring. With plenty of possibilities and nearly endless growth for the characters, this version might not feature the best written plot ever in the history of RPGs but it's one outstanding work which will absolutely keep players entertained.

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Nov 13, 2019

If the art style and graphic execution are superb, its soundtrack fits the environment perfectly and the plot is carefully crafted, the gameplay experience falls short of expectations and as an RPG, it feels like a rather banal effort. While certainly not a bad game, Vambrance: Cold Soul gives the impression that it could be much more but instead, it doesn't leave the territory of an average experience, without any gameplay elements that would make it stand out.

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Nov 8, 2019

The Banner Saga 3 brings with it an exquisite plot and a series of different outcomes that depend on the player's choices but while the game is very strong on the story component, its combat system is rather simple and there's few significant improvements that make this a groundbreaking game. Overall, it's an experience that will be enjoyed at a much greater level by longtime fans of this saga than by beginners.

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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland is a significant leap in the series when compared to its predecessors. Not only has its visual environment undergone a major rework next to previous games in the series, it also features the finest alchemy and combat systems in games carrying the Atelier name. The best game for anyone to enter this series and a very welcome addition to the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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Oct 14, 2019

Most of its effectiveness lies on the co-op component, which makes the experience very fun and involving thanks to its robust combat system and humorous plot. While the solo experience is properly balanced, it's on its co-op component that Full Metal Furies really stands out and nobody should forego their chance to get their hands on this.

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8 / 10 - Timespinner
Oct 3, 2019

Timespinner may not be the most phenomenal Metroidvania-type game ever made but a game doesn't need to carry an encyclopedic amount of content to stand out. Timespinner knows how to draw the player's attention with the right classic inspirations and a fun combat system, as well as with an interesting plot that never feels too heavy or forced. A work that has more than earned its right to the players' dedication.

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7 / 10 - Oninaki
Sep 10, 2019

While the combat initially feels flawed it ends up growing with the player, and the variety of customization options stands out in the best way. All in all, ONINAKI is an interesting effort with a good lifespan that deserves a close look.

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Sep 3, 2019

Warlocks 2: God Slayers sets itself on an ambitious path which many players will quickly feel attracted to. The problem is, for all its quality animations and well-written dialogues, Warlocks II simply does not play well enough to provide a memorable, enjoyable experience. Adding to all its gameplay flaws a very inconvenient and unchangeable control system, the result is a game that simply serves nobody's tastes and will only disappoint who will expect something from it.

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Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa is a visual novel that doesn't go as far as it could. While it does feature an appealing visual outlook and some interesting characters, its puzzles turn out to be too simple and some of its plot gaps end up harming the overall experience. Nonetheless none of this is enough to prevent fans of visual novels from finding some good elements in Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa.

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