A good return that fulfills what it promises, although it lacks some more strength in history and some difficulty that makes it more striking for a single player.
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A classic RPG that works well but it's not great on every aspect of its gameplay.
A good format that optimally mixes two different strategy modes, but which in turn has too much information to process and requires time to adapt, with a somewhat more repetitive campaign than we would like.
Automachef does not stand out graphically, but in its difficulty and its simple gameplay is its virtue.
Too simple in most of its sections and with a great lack of an unifying element in its gameplay that makes it more satisfying.
Errors, glitches and other technical issues, and the passivity to fix them, are too numerous and important to give it the highest rating it would deserve.
A good port of an already excellent JRPG that the genre's fans should play if they've not yet.
Vambrace is an interesting game with a nice story but with a bad interface and some difficulty spikes, specially in the first few hours.
An interesting adventure that draws us to a distopical (an pixelated) future in the veins of classic sci-fi movies like Blade Runner, but it becomes less and less interesting the more you play it.
A unique pixel-art horror game from the guys that made Count Lucanor, that nails it in almost everyway, being fun and engaging during the whole adventure (that is not so long or replayable).