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76.5 average score
78 median score
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95 / 100 - DOOM Eternal
Mar 26, 2020

DOOM Eternal is a true masterpiece capable of creating a school and revolutionizing the way FPS are approached. Id Software takes the ideas from the 2016 game and gives it a twist to create the ultimate shooter, more and better in this case. It's hard to go back to playing a traditional first person shooter after playing this marvel.

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Mar 26, 2020

Dandara was a game with high qualifications, and now that it has an expansion that, in addition to new content, also gives it soul, we cannot stop recommending it. A metroidvania different in style and implementation, but just as addictive and recommended as its most notable peers in the genre.

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75 / 100 - Covert VR
Mar 24, 2020

Covert is a fun coop game that introduces us to the role of a thief and his assistant hacker. In addition, it is great to play with people not especially introduced to video games, which adds an extra point when playing with your partner or children. Its biggest hit, its duration, in two sittings is over.

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Mar 23, 2020

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is the version that every fan of the fighting games was waiting for, 40 fighters, 34 stages, and more than 200 cosmetic objects complete a game that already has all its modes in full - in the absence of the already announced Online Tournament Mode - And it has also been able to touch up the gameplay with the inclusion of a second V-Skill for each fighter, which will make the fighting somewhat more interesting and unpredictable. If you like the fighting games, this is your game.

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Mar 19, 2020

The universe of Dragon Ball as we've never seen it before, totally explorable and fully of tributes to the franchise. Its biggest flaw is that as a role-playing game it doesn't measure up, either in combat or in exploration, remaining a mere curiosity for the fan of the animated series.

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75 / 100 - Neo Cab
Mar 19, 2020

Neo Cab is a narrative game that introduces us into the skin of a taxi driver in a not-so-future dystopia, where existential problems and reflections will envolve us one by one and make us want to continue to stick to the screen with the little stories of the secondary characters that we will meet. Perhaps the main story falls short of these sub-stories, but overall it is a remarkable game and recommended for lovers of this type of games.

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75 / 100 - Darksiders Genesis
Mar 18, 2020

Darksiders Genesis is a minor game in the Darksiders franchise, but despite this, and the playable change of perspective, it is still a 100% Darksiders. Finally we meet the fourth Horseman, Strife, which will bring us a new way to play, and we will put ourselves in the skin of War again. It can be enjoyed perfectly alone but it is in a cooperative, where you can get the most out of the combination of both characters. The Switch version has lacked a technical boost, though it's still fully enjoyable.

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70 / 100 - Genesis Alpha One
Mar 16, 2020

Genesis Alpha One is a roguelite with very good ideas but with a not so good execution. Repetition of scenarios, mediocre AI and confusing menus detract a lot from a saga that has enormous potential. I will be waiting for some hypothetical Genesis Alpha Two.

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85 / 100 - Samurai Shodown
Mar 12, 2020

Samurai Shodown is a long-awaited comeback after a rather disappointing last part. SNK has tried to bring the franchise to the present day with a reboot, and we attest that it has succeeded and with a remarkable high result. There are some tthings left to polish, like a larger player base without relying on additional downloadable characters and more game modes, but if you were a fan of the series, you're in luck, Samurai Shodown has returned.

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Mar 12, 2020

Million to One Hero is a terribly fun and challenging game, but without reaching the point of frustration. The level editor is the real spice of the game and what the whole playable core revolves around. If you like to create and share, this is your game.

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