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Caio Akiyoshi reviewed A Normal Lost Phone (Nintendo Switch)
"Very interesting concept with a seemed like rushed production and low budget. Still, the result was awesome. It drains on other games like Her, Mainlining, florence and some horror generic genre that lives around the appstore. The execution, however, could be better with the same budget and time. I really disliked the more political, not-subtle text. It could be gentle, artistic. But it was raw as a school essay. A shame."
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Aegis Defenders (Nintendo Switch)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed 88 Heroes (Nintendo Switch)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Mainlining (PC)
"its deeply flawed. the message is not always as clears as it shoulds; sometimes it gets really cheesy; there's some juridic errors and misunderstandings that made impossible to me (south american) to beat without watching some footage. That said,awesome game. Hard to recommend though. It really milks the concept used in other places like Florence and Her (which is way, way upper league) but it always feels fresh."
Michael Economy reviewed Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PlayStation 4)
Michael Economy reviewed Mushroom Wars 2 (iPad)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist (Nintendo Switch)
"Not sure if that only applies on switch version but HOLY HELL this game is broken AF. The fucking bot plays slower than a retarded nephew. Pure garbage with so much potential. Don't get me wrong, I've tried to like this piece of total shit, I swear I do. Guess this fucking game is over since 2012."
Michael Economy reviewed Auto Chess:Origin (iPhone)
Christian Camara reviewed Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch)
"I don’t bother making stages just playing the ones others create and still have a lot of fun. The way user created content is curated in mm2 feels easier to navigate than what I can remember from the first. But most of my time was spent playing story mode where you run through about 80 Nintendo created levels in order to rebuild peaches castle. Story isn’t much but it helps create a sense of progression that maybe will motivate you to keep playing. I didn’t play multiplayer or delve into its level creator. There is still plenty of content I have yet to explore but I got everything I wanted from this game for now. All that being said I would definitely come back to show friends and family some of the wacky courses you can find online. Good time would recommend if u like mario"
Calvin Prenkert reviewed Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch)
"A game with limitless hours of gameplay, whether it be creating your own levels, playing levels of others from around the world, or delving in to the solid story mode offerings. If you are a fan of 2d Mario or the 2D platformer genre, Super Mario Maker 2 is a must buy."