30 November 2022

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Pentiment review

Pentiment review

There are choices that are quite difficult to make, but what if those choices play such an important role in a narrative that goes hand in hand with our character’s personality? Pentiment is much more than a simple click of a mouse button. Andreas Maler, played...

Sackboy™: A Big Adventure (PC) review

Sackboy™: A Big Adventure (PC) review

Throughout the history of video games, the platoformer genre has always had a very demarcated expression from the rest, which, whether we like it or not, has been one of the foundations of weekend adventures, or when parents let us play. I speak for myself, of course,...

Sunday Gold review

Sunday Gold review

Rainy London serves as a backdrop to a dystopian future, where a trio of highly skilled criminals makes their streets a playground to put all their evil skills into practice. This is the premise of Sunday Gold, an RPG adventure title, with many puzzles and turn-based...

Fashion Police Squad review

Fashion Police Squad review

The genre, which many like to call “Boomer Shooter”, has never been as vibrant as it is now. And vibrant is the catchword when playing Fashion Police Squad for the first time, which despite being an FPS doesn’t have any gore elements, nor will the...

SteelRising review

SteelRising review

SteelRising is a title that embraces the Soulslike premise with a hint of Metroidvania, which draws on the influence of previously released titles, such as Bloodborne or Sekiro, which have made this one of the most passionate genres among gamers. Unfortunately,...

Tinykin review

Tinykin review

Imagine the problems associated with being shrunk down to the size of a tiny insect! Spiders bigger than us! Scary… Fortunately, Tinykin takes this idea very lightly and unfolds an imaginative adventure in a mix between Pikmin and a 3D adventure platformer, with a...

Cursed to Golf review

Cursed to Golf review

Golf. Yes Golf, it was never a sport that fascinated me. But what if this concept was mixed with aspects of roguelike and in a way platforming? It sounds risky, but it is in fact something that Cursed to Golf manages to present in a very positive way. When you think...

The Tale of Bistun review

The Tale of Bistun review

The Tale of Bistun left me intrigued by its rather flashy appearance and the fact that in the trailer, you can hear the voice of actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, Chrisjen Avasarala in The Expanse series, narrating the events painted on the screen. Yes, first appearances...

Stray review

Stray review

At first, I thought Stray was a solo atmospheric exploration title, much like Abzu or Journey, but it quickly became a sentimental journey full of robots to meet, jumps, and ninjas with onions. C’mon that ending (cry emoji)! The fact that this title introduces a...