Category: Reviews

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Nov
20

Dishonored 2 Review

The genre first – person stealth flourished and died a decade with the same exponents that gave life and rose to cult status makes; with Thief (1998) as the prime example, very few deliveries were commissioned to innovate the formula. […]

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Oct
09

Gears of War 4 Review

Since its first release, Gears of War seemed a worthy exponent of good game design. The fourth installment has every right to take that 4 in title at least in terms of mechanical, because the plot seemed to us honeyed […]

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Aug
28

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review

Sequel to the hit title of 2011 and fourth installment in a franchise of worship in gaming, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a continuation arriving too late to do so little novel over its predecessor. It’s been 5 years since […]

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May
18

DOOM REVIEW

As a faithful follower of the franchise and player old school, I did not feel the same enthusiasm as others when Bethesda showed the first steps of DOOM. In the history of the industry, they have existed many attempts to […]

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Apr
09

Dark Souls III Review

If we are to believe the words of Hidetaka Miyazaki, producer of From Software, Dark Souls III is the conclusion to the cycle that began in 2009 with the release ofDemon’s Souls, a masterpiece that changed the genre dungeon dimensional […]

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Apr
01

Quantum Break Review

Time … the key to Quantum Break lies precisely in time. It was too long in development, and during that time, Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment were responsible for turning it into something more than a game; is a kind of […]

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Mar
17

Tom Clancy’s The Division Review – Could this be the game of the Year!

After all, the ambitious play in 2013 revelation lent to think of something fishy. Well, the good news is that The Division is a great ONLINE ACTION RPG with lots of room for more growth. Tom Clancy’s The Division has contextually […]

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Feb
27

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 Review

The original game Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was a pleasant surprise. Players and critics were amazed by the ability of PopCap to bring its most important new terms in terms of gameplay and production level franchise. While there is […]

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Feb
26

Far Cry Primal Review – The First Person Survival Game

One of the biggest surprises last year was the revelation of Far Cry Primal , not so much for the relatively premature nature of the ad – Far Cry 4 had just debuted in late 2014, but by prehistoric touch […]

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Feb
22

Street Fighter V Review

The latest installment of the franchise that defined fighting games from three decades ago, Street Fighter V is an example of both the excellence of Capcom to keep their standards on gender within mechanical, control and gameplay, as the unfortunate […]