André Reis


55 games reviewed
68.4 average score
70 median score
43.6% of games recommended

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André Reis

Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists adds a city simulation component to the Atelier series and brings a wealth of interaction between the series' characters, which will be thoroughly enjoyed by Atelier fans. It doesn't break any significant grounds and some of its goals feel repetitive in a short time but its mechanics are simple to learn and the game's wide variety of characters will be certainly welcomed by anyone who enjoys the series.

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André Reis
Jul 24, 2019

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is pretty much what can be expected of a sequel in the sense that it improves on practically everything its predecessor presented. With its immense, open world, new possibilities of exploration and an improved progression system, Dragon Quest Builders 2 will not only appeal to fans of the previous game but to everyone who enjoys spending time exploring and building cities.

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André Reis
Jun 16, 2019

Fate/Extella Link is the richest entry in the series thanks to its more in-depth combat system and to the wealth and variety of characters, multiple customization options and their contribution to the game's plot.

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André Reis
Jun 3, 2019

The Banner Saga 2 builds up on its predecessor and adds a greater variety of environments to an enjoyable tactical RPG with a marvelous visual component. The Banner Saga 2 also gives the impression that it could have gone much farther than what we're seeing here but rather it chose to be more of a layover than a destination, as it seems to open the ground for something greater.

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André Reis
May 28, 2019

Deru: The Art of Cooperation is one of the best and most original puzzle games available for the Nintendo Switch, especially when played by two players in cooperation. Its mixture of challenging puzzles which grow increasingly complex with a very minimalist and relaxing audiovisual environment and interesting cooperative gameplay mechanics help turn this into a winning combination for fans of puzzle games.

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6 / 10 - Oh My Godheads
May 26, 2019

Oh My Godheads: Party Edition gets its primary goals right: it's a fun and entertaining multiplayer party game for the Nintendo Switch, one which offers a good variety of levels and which can provide some enjoyable four-player sessions. It doesn't fully live up to what it could do, unfortunately, and after a not too great amount of time Oh My Godheads starts losing its appeal, also due to its short length.

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Atelier Meruru DX features the best and most enjoyable gameplay and plot of the Atelier trilogy, thanks to its greater emphasis on the alchemy and to a more solid plot. The game's wide variety of interesting, creative characters is also one of the major selling points which contributes to make this the best game of the Atelier trilogy.

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7 / 10 - Q.U.B.E. 2
Apr 16, 2019

Q.U.B.E. 2 is an interesting and captivating first-person puzzle game which is more than likely to capture the players' attention thanks to its interesting and appealing puzzles. If the way the puzzles are approached and the game's visuals are something worthy of praise, it is also true that Q.U.B.E. 2 exhibits some technical issues when it comes to its framerate though this is not a problem that will pose significant obstacles to the experience.

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Torna starts from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and achieves the enviable feat of improving on the original game's experiences, namely on the level of the combat system, allowing for more alternatives, as well as on the game's plot and opening more elements that will grab the players' attention. A very recommended additional experience, especially for those who are already versed in the original game.

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Atelier Totori follows up on its predecessor but rather than using alchemy as the basis of the game's mechanics, Totori puts more emphasis on combat and exploration, with mixed results. If the plot is interesting and captivating, the combat feels rather stale, which is a shame as combat is now a more necessary feature than before, given the game's reliance on exploration. While some aspects are to be praised, Atelier Totori missed a chance to rise above its predecessor.

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RemiLore is a game that tries to do a lot with a few simple instruments and it does a decent job at that, especially when it comes to its looks. Unfortunately its combat system does not hold on for very long and its levels quickly turn out to be rather dull and repetitive, which will put off those looking for a more involving experience.

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André Reis
Feb 26, 2019

Little Dragons Café has the advantage of a more free structure, without the pressure of having to fulfil objectives at a certain moment and its open world adds up to its qualities. However this is not correctly used to deliver a fun, enjoyable experience, as the game gets repetitive too quickly and the free nature of its structure becomes void of a sense of direction, leaving the player without a proper guidance.

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Atelier Rorona is an RPG that does not necessarily follow the footsteps of its most famous peers but it's certainly not forced to in order to deliver a fun, entertaining and enjoyable experience. Thanks to its emphasis on a system that allows the creation and concoction of new items, this game demonstrates it's not necessary to have an epic and overwhelming story to deliver an interesting and compelling RPG.

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André Reis
Jan 6, 2019

Moonfall Ultimate is a 2D hack and slash that draws inspiration from a wide variety of games, including several not necessarily of its genre. Unfortunately it doesn't manage to reach an even remotely comparable level to any of them, and despite a decent plot, Moonfall Ultimate has very little to go for it when it comes to gameplay mechanics, combat experience and overall involvement of the player.

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7 / 10 - Blade Strangers
Dec 17, 2018

Blade Strangers may not look like the most obvious crossover when it features characters from series that few would ever imagine starring in the same game but life is full of surprises and this fighting experience not only brings a varied cast, it also has some very simple gameplay and control mechanics that make the game accessible to nearly everyone, while also thinking that its 3D rendering could use some improvement.

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Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs - Royal Edition has an involving plot with plenty of humour that will keep the players well entertained. It doesn't fully live up to its potential when it comes to the combat system, which is far from accessible, and its loading times are way too long, which maks this a game that will not find its place next to everyone.

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7 / 10 - Gal Metal
Nov 18, 2018

Gal Metal features an unconventional gameplay which ends up fitting quite well with a game that has such an unconventional premise. Against it, Gal Metal has a limited repertoire of songs and does not offer a lot of incentives to return to it once finished but this is an original effort which stands out in the growing catalogue of the Nintendo Switch.

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André Reis
Oct 28, 2018

Thanks to its appealing aesthetics and accessible mechanics, players will very much enjoy navigating through the mysterious game area and solving the obstacles until they reach the final floor.

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8 / 10 - Joggernauts
Oct 12, 2018

Joggernauts may feel different than most games but that should not draw attentions away from the simple fact that this is a fun and challenging game that will make its players grow fond of it. Being even more addictive in multiplayer, Joggernauts allows a fun-for-all fest with four players, making it a good bet for anyone looking for some familiar chaotic fun.

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5 / 10 - The Lost Child
Sep 27, 2018

The Lost Child is clearly inspired by several popular series from different genres and it does a decent job at that, featuring elements that will be easily identified by the players. Where it does not do so well is on delivering a good performance and capturing the player's attention, as this is a game that has problems with standing out, aggravated by its rather poor presentation, which ends up reinforcing how The Lost Child does not manage to be a compelling and engaging experience.

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