Análisis Transference (PS4) – 7.8

20 September 2018

Transference is a particular piece but, besides its lack of content and its abrupt final, it also is an interesting experience. With a compelling story, great sense of atmosphere and astonishing graphics, we recommend it to everyone who likes titles that go beyond being just a videogame.

Análisis FIFA 19 (PS4) – 9.2

19 September 2018

FIFA 19 represents a turning point and a huge leap from last year’s entry. There have been improvements on the gameplay, physics and the majority of the game modes, which proves that EA has been working to create a competitive game that manages to meet the expectations.

Análisis Senran Kagura Reflexions (Switch) – 3

15 September 2018

Senran Kagura Reflexions deviates from past entries to explore in depth the troublesome topic of massages. Touching girls so as to receive certain memories in exchange is one of the weirdest things we have done in a long time, and it certainly was not worth our while.

Análisis Shadow of the Tomb Raider (PlayStation 4) – 8.3

14 September 2018

Shadow of the Tomb Raider delivers a great new adventure. However, the closure of the trilogy does not stand its ground with enough courage in order to try and provide remarcable new elements, which in the end leaves us with a bittersweet feeling.

Análisis Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner – MARS (PlayStation 4) – 8

13 September 2018

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner – MARS is, in the end, the best possible version of the classic mechas title. The sci-fi game brings renewed joy to the players once again with a mix of anime scenes in this sequel. Even if the gameplay gets a bit tough in the beginning, it is easily managable. Furthermore, the feeling of immersion is very impressive, especially if we use a virtual reality device.

Análisis Destiny 2: Los Renegados (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

13 September 2018

Forsaken is not perfect, but is a big step forward for the Destiny franchise. Bungie and Activision are back on track with a big expansion that features the best narrative and some of the best gameplay elements we have ever seen in Destiny, alongside a lot of end-game content.

Análisis NBA 2K19 (PlayStation 4) – 8.2

11 September 2018

NBA 2K19 is the best basketball simulator out there. The depth of its game modes will allow the players to entertain themselves for a massive amount of time. However, microtransactions still remain a strong element, even if they are not as much as in last year’s entry.

Análisis Yo-Kai Watch Blasters: Liga del Gato Rojo / Escuadrón del Perro Blanco (Nintendo 3DS) – 7

11 September 2018

Yo-Kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps / White Dog Squad is a good RPG game that, despite its lack of depth in gameplay and simplicity in his history, keeps entertaining with its fun characters.

Análisis Hyper Light Drifter: Special Edition (Nintendo Switch) – 9

08 September 2018

Hyper Light Drifter: Special Edition is a more complete adventure that will captivate us not only due to its art, gameplay and story told by means of images, but also thanks to the deeper, real meaning that comes from projecting the heart disease of its creator.

Análisis NBA Live 19 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

07 September 2018

Electronic Arts has managed to deliver yet another solid entry to the NBA Live franchise. Despite the fact that there are still some rough edges and that the game certainly has room to grow, the gameplay has been refined and ‘The One’ is even better than it was before. It may not be on par with other elite sports games, but NBA Live 19 still is a good and fun basketball game.

Análisis SNK HEROINES Tag Team Frenzy (Switch) – 6

06 September 2018

SNK Heroines is the japanese company’s bet starring its famous girls with an all new battle system that will satisfy all of its players and that also focuses on the customization of the characters. This is, indeed, a fan service type of game.

Análisis Donut County (PC) – 8

06 September 2018

Donut County is a fun, fresh and original experience that knos how to take advantage of a very simple and limited set of mechanics. Sure it has some flaws but, like a real donut, I don´t care as long as the result is delicious. And it trully is!.

Análisis Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) – 9.5

04 September 2018

Marvel’s Spider-Man is one of the best exclusive games for the PS4 and one of the best games in 2018 so far. Its world has managed to surprise us due to the huge amount of content it possesses as well as because of its funny and deep gameplay. Finally, its visual level is movie-like and keeps the player engaged by means of a great story.

Análisis Planet Alpha (PC) – 6.5

01 September 2018

Planet Alpha is a game with great ideas and a not-so-good execution. Its puzzles are too simple and its platforming zones are almost inexistent, giving as result a mediocre gameplay. However, the incredible artistic level and good storeytelling can keep the experience afloat.

Análisis Shadows: Awakening (PC) – 8.7

01 September 2018

It might lack the decision making aspect of the RPG genre but, beyond that, Shadows: Awakening is an amazing game. The great mechanic of having multiple protagonists in one avatar makes every combat tactical in a distinguishbly way, which is tied to an adictive playable structure , an interesting history and a dense amount of content to create a epic adventure.

Análisis PES 2019 (PS4) – 8.8

30 August 2018

The season has already started for PES 2019 and it could not have set off in a better way. We are delighted to guarantee that we are in front of the best entry up until now regarding gameplay, as it leaves the impression of being the most realistic football simulator.

Análisis Tyler: Model 005 (PC) – 5.5

29 August 2018

Even though we can’t deny that this game has a lovely history and characters, besides a good sense of exploration, the fact is that Tyler: Model 005 is not a title that we can recommend. Has insipid combats, stressful platforms, bugs and, in general, presents a proposal that simply doesn’t work as a whole.

Análisis Slime Ranch (PC) – 7.5

25 August 2018

Slime Rancher is its own enemy: everything good it offers has a counterpart of equal magnitude. However, at the end, the experience is enjoyable and, despites its notorious flaws, turns out to be a pretty fun mix of FPS, adventure and farming simulator.

Análisis Hypergun (PC) – 8.3

24 August 2018

Hypergun is not perfect. However, it actually is the best roguelike shooter we have seen. Thanks to its delightful gameplay and its AAA quality gunplay, the few cons fall behind these outstanding pros.

Análisis The King’s Bird (PC) – 8.5

23 August 2018

The King’s Bird blends a beautiful design with superb and fluid mechanics to get a platformer that is just wonderful. A mix of parkour and aerial momentums that will show an amazing exhibition of movement and colors.

Análisis Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr (PC) – 7.5

22 August 2018

Diablo meets Warhammer 40K in Inquisitor – Martyr, a game that, despite flaws in the progression system and its missions, offers a quite fun gameplay, good storytelling and tons of content.

Análisis Guacamelee! 2 (PS4) – 8.5

17 August 2018

Guacamelee! 2 provides yet again an exquisite metroidvania adventure where action, platforming and hilarous humor remain as its main assets. However, it lacks new elements to really make a difference.

Análisis No Man´s Sky NEXT (Xbox One) – 7

17 August 2018

NEXT is the step forward that No Man’s Sky needed since it was made available two years ago, the online options as well as the third person perspective are both well received additions, however, completely redefining the procedural system of the game is a very difficult task that, in the end, makes it aim for a particular type of player.

Análisis Flat Heroes (PC) – 8.5

16 August 2018

The minimalism of Flat Heroes is its biggest pillar, from which grows an amazing game that arises as one of the most interesting platformers of the year

Análisis Defenders of Ekron: Definitive Edition (PC) – 8

16 August 2018

Defenders of Ekron is an amazing shoot ‘em up. It mixes old-school forms with contemporary style to achieve a great title that, even though it doesn’t have too much content, it’s still a recommendable experience.

Análisis Madden NFL 19 (Xbox One) – 8

13 August 2018

This new edition has known improve in many aspects(ways) the last edition with very significant changes in almost all aspects of the title where the fans will find in Madden NFL 19 the best american football’s simulator until the date.

Análisis State of Mind (PC) – 6.5

13 August 2018

State of mind is a science fiction adventure based upon the idea of transhumanism that forces us to reflect on it, also due to its narrative-oriented content. With this game Daedalic aimed for a first contact with a new gameplay but without casting away the thing that they love the most, which is telling stories.

Análisis Salt and Sancturary (Switch) – 9

10 August 2018

Salt and Sanctuary is the result of a perfect combination of the metroidvania and “souls” elements in order to create a unique, hard and satisfying 2D adventure that knows how to reward players’ skill. The Nintendo Switch version is indeed a great one.

Análisis Overcooked 2 (PS4) – 7

07 August 2018

Overcooked 2 is more like an expansion of the original game than a real sequel. It has a ton of new content and levels, but the gameplay remains barely intact, which means that the main pros and cons of its predecessor are still here. If you liked the original Overcooked, you will love this sequel; but if you don’t, well, this game simply doesn’t have anything new to make you fall in love with it.

Análisis Dead Cells (Switch) – 9

06 August 2018

Dead Cells brings us a challenging adventure, full of action, which also merges several different genres. In the end, It provides a playable conflation as attractive as it is addictive.

Análisis Cycle 28 (PC) – 5.5

06 August 2018

Cycle 28 begins as a simple arcade game inspired by Asteroids that, little by little, unravels a complex narrative capable of big things. However, due to an awful control system, the game swings between the fun and the frustration.

Análisis Yakuza 0 Steam Edition (PC) – 8.5

02 August 2018

A remarkable debut in all of its different aspects that will certainly be thanked for among those who are yet to test the franchise. It is a perfect conversion to PC that has undoubtedly earned SEGA some praise, although the lack of spanish language is still an issue.

Análisis This Is the Police II (PC) – 7

01 August 2018

This Is the Police II is, overall, a good game, but it has some deep flaws. Is not made for everyone, mixes too much genres and its argument could be better focused but, still, it is an entertaining adventure that can be followed with great interest.

Análisis Go Vacation (Swtich) – 7.5

28 July 2018

Whether you play by yourself, with friends or family, Go Vacation is a complete game that will satisfy all kinds of players. It may be a port of a Wii game with better resolution, but this should not discourage players longing for a game that provides a whole array of minigames.

Análisis Diner Bros (PC) – 8

26 July 2018

Diner Bros inherits the legacy of Restaurant City and offers a great cooking game. Simple and fun, but amazingly better when enjoyed with friends.

Análisis Hungry Shark World: Console Edition (Switch) – 7.5

22 July 2018
Hungry Shark World: Console Edition is much more than a simple port, both technically and in terms of gameplay. Removing in-game purchases and improving the sharks’ control make the experience significantly better. However, although the game is fun, its extreme simplicity can make it repetitive for some players after just a few hours.

Análisis Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded (Switch) – 7

24 July 2018

It’s a japanese roguelike influenced by Mystery Dungeon in the combats, but in the end falls short to meet expectations.

Análisis Hungry Shark World: Console Edition (Switch) – 7.5

22 July 2018

Hungry Shark World: Console Edition is much more than a simple port, both technically and in terms of gameplay. Removing in-game purchases and improving the sharks’ control make the experience significantly better. However, although the game is fun, its extreme simplicity can make it repetitive for some players after just a few hours.

Rifter (PC) – 7.5

17 July 2018

Rifter is a game that, despite a few control issues, offers a really good and fresh platforming experience. The high difficulty, the light-speed platforming and the neon aesthetics are the keys to one of the greatest surprises of the year so far.

Mothergunship (PS4) – 7

16 July 2018

Mothergunship is a game that takes something from almost every genre. Classic FPS, roguelike and bullet hell are the main pillars of a title that, in spite of having some important flaws, is funny as hell.

Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War (PC) – 8.5

16 July 2018

Gladius – Relics of War is a 4X game that relies only on one of those X: eXtermination. The combat is the most polished and deep aspect of the game, offering a war experience that fits so well the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

Jurassic World Evolution (PS4) – 7.5

14 July 2018

Frontier Developments offers an entertaining title under a graphic aspect perfectly linked with the reality of the dinosaurs. The amount of species to discover add much attraction and the possibility of visit the park in third person is all a success,although those who aren’t lovers of the gender can find it boring and repetitive

Analisis Mario + Rabbids: Donkey Kong Adventure (Switch) – 9

13 July 2018

The new aditional content for Mario+Rabbids: Kingston Battle has a very conservative line but it isn’t exempt from playable news(novelties) and from content that refresh an almost perfect pattern

All-Star Fruit Racing (Switch) – 8

13 July 2018

It has managed to surprise us in a very positive way: although it has its flaws, like an unpolished audio as well as a lack of online features, it possesses a ton of content to enjoy, the progression and unlocking systems are adequate, the are new elements introduced in the oversteer and attack systems, that with some exceptions, add some uniqueness to it, and, most of all, has its own identity regarding the visual elements.

Octopath Traveler (Switch) – 9.3

12 July 2018

There are many reasons to consider Octopath Traveler as one of the best games available for Nintendo Switch. An interesting story put together with several charismatic characters. A deep and addictive battle system as well as both excellent visuals and audio work together in order to create one the best releases for this year.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch) – 9

11 July 2018

 Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is one of the best options in Switch’s catalogue. The combination of a huge amount of funny puzzles along multiple additions to this version make it feel like an interesting purchase.

Red Faction Guerrilla: Re-Mars-tered (PS4) – 6

7 July 2018

Red Faction Guerrilla is back with a remastered version that is not enough to make up the 10-year-old flaws of the game. In spite of the fact that destroying everything is still quite funny, there are better options nowadays for the fans of this crazy action games.

The Crew 2 (PS4) – 8

1 July 2018

The Crew 2 outperforms its predecessor in almost all aspects. New disciplines, vehicles and better graphics join a cooperative multiplayer really fun that we have attached to the title for weeks.

Wolfenstein II (Switch) – 8

30 June 2018

This port is, simply put, just ok. The graphic quality has been downgraded significantly in order to make the core of the experience, which is the gunplay, still smooth and enjoyable even in handheld mode. Definitely, Switch is not the best place to play Wolfenstein II but, at least, the gameplay is good enough to make killing nazis on the way a total joy.

De Blob (Switch) – 8

28 June 2018

De Blob is a port that has been meticulously taken care of. It allows for better visuals in a platformer that, even nowadays, remains as a reference of the genre.

Flashback: 25th Anniversary (Switch) – 8

28 June 2018

Nintendo Switch has allowed to keep the traditional elements that attracted the core fan base while welcoming new players. It has been done by means of a rewind feature that facilitates the use of ‘Flashback’. Even though it remains as a simple port of a game that most have already played, it still is worth a ride.

The Sims 4: Seasons (PC) – 8

28 June 2018

The Four Seasons represents the most complete expansion that Maxi’s game has received up until now. It is not only about the weather, but it makes The Sims 4 feel like a much more real experience.

Prey: Mooncrash (PS4) – 8.5

25 June 2018

Mooncrash is a DLC focused on the combat and survival aspect of Prey. In spite of the fact that these were not the best aspects of the game, Arkane Studios manages to offer something fresh and innovative that works so well.

Super Bomberman R (PS4) – 7

22 June 2018

Super Bomberman R makes its grand debut on PlayStation 4 without any significal changes. The fun part of the game stays with its story mode as well as the local multiplayer, due to the fact that there are barely any active online sessions. The gameplay, albeit simple and effective, feels old-fashioned and it becomes repetitive after some time.


Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn (Switch) – 6

20 June 2018

We are not facing a failed production, but misses the opportunity of recovering the genre with new stuff. It stays in a known field, with a graphic section that does not stand out, but has a wild style we really love.

Mario Tennis Aces (Switch) – 7.5

20 June 2018

Mario Tennis Aces has some of the best gameplay mechanics that we have ever seen in a tennis game. It’s fun, balanced and fair, making this game a potential multiplayer success. However, the lack of single player content and a dedicated competitive system makes this launch kind of incomplete.

Shantae Half Genie Hero Ultimate Edition (Switch) – 8.5

19 June 2018

It is not that this game has undergone a new change to its visuals or gameplay, but that it has become a complete adventure containig all of its expansion in a unique physical edition. Besides, this represents its arrival on Nintendo Switch, which means that it is in a position that allows for it to get new players.

The Office Quest (PC) – 7

18 June 2018

Even though The Office Quest is fun, has its own and unique style, has a charming art design and, overall, its humour works really well, lacks a good history and has too many loading screens, giving as a result an interesting adventure that could have been better.

Yesterday Origins (Switch) – 8

17 June 2018

Yesterday Origins is a remarkable graphic adventure that, however, does not manage to shine in Nintendo Switch due several technical issues. It remains the memorable piece of art it once was, with a wonderful story to follow, but there are some serious drops regarding framerate that need to be worked on.

Warstone TD (PC) – 8.5

16 June 2018

Warstone TD is an amazing Tower Defense. Battlecruiser have created not just a great herald of its kind but, besides, a product that combines RPG and RTS elements, and a multiplayer, to offer a mix that works really well.

Wreckfest (PC) – 7.5

16 June 2018

Wreckfest is a solid product. It is fun, has a good amount of content, gives to the player a wide range of personalization and it is visually great. Because of that, even though it doesn’t offer something that we haven’t seen before, we recommend it for every player that likes the off-road and demolition genres.

Unravel Two (PC) – 9

10 June 2018

Unravel Two follows the path of its amazing prequel and turns out to be a true piece of art. A game that thanks to its artistic and level design manages to entertain and move the player.

Moonlighter (PC) – 9

9 June 2018

Moonlighter is one of the funniest indie games that we have seen this year. It mixes adventure and management and delivers hours of entertainment with an experience that feels fresh and brand new.

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Nintendo Switch) – 9

7 June 2018

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is one of the best surprises of this current year. A complex game that brings new content to the genre and, despite the fact that it has some issues, features an outstanding combat system.

Super Chariot (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

6 June 2018

An awesome andventure full of secrets with a very different kind of gameplay that mixes plattforming with puzzles and amazing graphics. Perfect for those who want to spend hours finding new ways in a funny game.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset (PC) – 8.7

6 June 2018

Summerset is the best evolution that The Elder Scrolls Online could have. An expansion that brings more personality to the game, with lots of quality content and made for both veterans and newcomers. Summerset is the best thing that has happened to TESO by far.

Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory (Nintendo Switch) – 8

5 June 2018

A great adventure with a deep story that features an excellent combat system. However, it has some technical issues on Nintendo Switch, making it a little bit unstable for this console.

AO International Tennis (PlayStation 4) – 4

4 June 2018

AO International Tennis is like the guy that has the best clothes and racquets but when it comes to playing he does not hit a ball. Even though its foundations are great, the experience is ruined by its awful gameplay and physics with poor graphics.

Overload (PC) – 7.5

1 June 2018

Overload, as an heir of arcade games, inherits its qualities and its flaws. It’s a pure exponent of fun and has a visual component that creates magnificent frames, but doesn’t have enough content to support its great mechanics in long term, making an imbalance between its role as an experience and its role as a product.

Paladins: Champions of the Realm (PC) – 8.8

31 May 2018

Paladins shouldn’t be seen just as the free alternative to Overwatch but, instead, should be praised as one of the best multiplayers nowadays. A great and addictive game that will surely entertain every kind of player thanks to its accessibility and well-developed mechanics.

Legend of Kay Anniversary (Nintendo Switch) – 7

31 May 2018

A great adventure game with some interesting plattforming that has aged well. However, the camera still is awful and some graphics have not been improved for this version.

Golem (PC) – 8.5

30 May 2018

Golem is a magic adventure which excels by reminding us that games can be art. A great sense of companionship between protagonists, intelligent and difficult puzzles, an astonishing art design, a beautiful soundtrack and a great communion of these aspects makes the creation of Longbow Games rise as one of the most special indies of the year.

Tennis World Tour (PlayStation 4) – 4

29 May 2018

Tennis World Tour has been quite ambitious, but the game feels unfinished. The gameplay is clumpsy, its graphics are terrible and the physics are awful. This tennis game aimed high but it failed.

Yoku’s Island Express (Xbox One) – 8

29 May 2018

Villa Gorilla mixes genres and manages to deliver a great game that brings huge doses of fun and entertainment. Yoku’s Island Express is a true experience that should be played.

Ancestors Legacy (PC) – 8

28 May 2018

Ancestors Legacy is not for every player that loves the RTS genre because it lacks the depth and complexity of its kind, but at the same time will enchant newcomers to the style thanks to its simplicity, great and tactic encounters, atractive campaigns, marvelous aesthetics and an atmospheric soundtrack.

Conan Exiles (Xbox One) – 7.5

28 May 2018

This is a game with a huge map and with almost infinite content. Funcom has brought Conan the Barbarian’s world to a very complete game and improving what we saw in the early access, even though it has some flaws to be fixed.

Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers (Nintendo 3DS) – 6

26 May 2018

Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers is clearly an improvement compared to its previous installments. However, this game turns to be a little bit boring and monotone after a few hours playing. If you enjoyed the previous games, you should try it, but don’t expect too much.

State of Decay 2 (PC) – 6.5

25 May 2018

State of Decay 2 aims to be better than its predecessor, and it is. However,characters´ modeling, bugs and poor optimization on PC are too much for this game. It is still an entertaining game, but its clearly unfinished.

Detroit: Become Human (PlayStation 4) – 9.5

24 May 2018

Quantic Dream surpasses everything it has done before with Detroit: Become Human. A huge script allows for a thrilling story to have multiple layers that, at the same time, deal with topics such as slavery, the human condition or the concept of identity. A real masterpiece of the genre.

Dark Souls: Remastered (PlayStation 4) – 9.5

23 May 2018

Dark Souls Remastered brings us back to Lordran in its most beautiful way. Its graphic improvements, the return of a full online mode with dedicated servers and its HUD changes are the features that make this game worth of being on every player shelf.

Judgement: Apocalypse Survival Simulation (PC) – 8.5

20 May 2018

Judgment: Apocalypse Survival Simulation is a great mix of complexity and simplicity in the strategic genre. We find ourselves in front a great title that is a recommendable acquisition for fans and newbies alike.

Trailblazers (PC) – 8

18 May 2018

Trailblazers, in a formula that blends F-Zero with Splatoon, becomes an excellent game and one of the best of its kind. Extremely fun in solo mode and a marvelous experience when played with friends, we recommend it as a great representative of driving games.

Laser League (PlayStation 4) – 9

17 May 2018

Laser League is a masterclass of videogame design. As simple as playing with one button, but its depth is perfect for a competitive game. Roll7 has delivered one of the most addictive proposals of this generation.

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

16 May 2018

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is perfect for those who have not played the original game. This a very original musou game and it is almost perfect in every sense, even though its graphics could have been improved a little bit for this version.

FAR: Lone Sails (PC) – 7.5

14 May 2018

FAR: Lone Sails has a very interesting proposition. An adventure that mixes puzzles with plattforming, but focuses on a well elaborated narrative with a clear message. A game that clearly deserves our attention.

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire (PC) – 9.5

13 May 2018

Pillars of Eternity II is Obsidian’s new masterpiece. It is outstanding and it also features improvements that could mean a lot for the pure RPG for next years. An amazing universe with an exquisite gameplay make this game one of the best of this year so far.

Odium to the Core (PC) – 8

13 May 2018

Odium to the Core is an excellent acquisition for those who seek rapid and accessible entertainment but also want a game that has solid content.

Destiny 2: Warmind (PlayStation 4) – 5.5

12 May 2018

Warmind is a new DLC that, without taking Escalation Protocol into consideration, does not bring anything new to the game. A 4 hour campaign with a dull story are not enough for the price of this DLC.

Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia (PC) – 7.5

10 May 2018

Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia has flaws, but it condenses properly the Total War formula in a more accessible way and, before all else, carves the optimum path for the forthcoming spin-offs.

Super Mega Baseball 2 (PC) – 7.5

09 May 2018

Super Mega Baseball 2 hides a great game behind this cartoonish style. Easy at the beginning, but its mechanics make this a game that is very difficult to master. This is an amazing surprise for baseball lovers and a great chance for those who don’t know much about the genre.

The Forest (PC) – 5

08 May 2018

The Forest begins as a great survival game, but soon becomes mediocre due to its dull action. The poor gameplay mechanics and narrative are some of the elements that make it hard to recommend this game.

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

25 April 2018

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Solo (PC) – 8

25 April 2018

Solo is a unique piece that focuses on the player rather than being a game. It forgets about gamplay and searches deep within the player to know his/her memories. Even though it is not a perfect game, this a journey that nobody should miss.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Nintendo Switch) – 8

23 April 2018

South Park: The Fractured But Whole still is a very fun and entertaining game. Its style remains the same on Nintendo Switch and this is the best version if you want to play wherever you want.

Layers of Fear: Legacy (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

20 April 2018

Layers of Fear: Legacy is a great video game, but this is not its best version. There are some issues with its framerate that are a burden for the player. However, this is one of the best horror choices that this console has.

Gal*Gun 2 (PlayStation 4) – 5.5

13 April 2018

Gal*Gun 2 feels the same as its predecessors with its visual novel style and its rail shooter gameplay with students that do not wear many clothes. This game is for a very specific group of players.

God of War (PlayStation 4) – 9.9

12 April 2018

God of War is an excellent game that has evolved and with a great quality in every aspect. The game feels more mature, profound and solid than we have ever seen in the saga. Its gameplay is still dynamic and its story will keep us in the edge of our seats from beginning to end. However, it lacks magic in some moments and has a few repetitive bosses, which does not allow this game to reach the perfect score.

Minit (PC) – 8

11 April 2018

Minit is a prototype rather than a videogame, since it shows how far the indie games can go. A title that uses time as a mechanic to deliver an amazing design lesson to the players.

Extinction (PC) – 8

10 April 2018

Extinction suffers from bad narrative, innecesary missions and lack of general variety, but its fluid and fun mechanics and fantastic sense of movement, added to great visuals, creates a laudable product that we feel able to recommend.

Hellmut: The Badass from Hell (PC) – 7.5

4 April 2018

Hellmut: The Badass from Hell won’t change the beat ‘em up genre, but it is, indeed, a recommendable acquisition for those who like these kind of games and, actually, for everyone who wants some carefree fun.


3 April 2018

INFERNIUM isn’t like any other game we’ve played before, and it’s incredible. Dishonored meets Pac-Man and Dark Souls in a metroidvania way that, with breath-taking aesthetics and a deep level design, takes us to an indescribable travel to the underworld.

World of Warriors (PlayStation 4) – 5

2 April 2018

World of Warriors tries to be the same funny game that succeeded in Android and iOS, but it is almost the same game and it feels too repetitive.

Detective Pikachu (Nintendo 3DS) – 7.5

2 April 2018

Detective Pikachu is a great surprise and a really good graphic adventure. Pikachu’s personality, its gameplay and the point & click style are the main reasons why this game is so entertaining, even though it is too easy.

Total War: ROME II – Desert Kingdoms Culture Pack (PC) – 7

30 March 2018
The Desert Kingdoms Culture Pack is an interesting DLC for Total War: ROME II and, even though it is recommendable for those who are attracted to the civilizations involved, it feels conservative and innovation-lacking.

Far Cry 5 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

26 March 2018

Far Cry 5 is an amazing action game that keeps the essence of the saga. However, its weak plot and map division are elements that make this game inferior to its previous installments.

Sea of Thieves (PC) – 6.5

25 March 2018
Sea of Thieves has fresh and great ideas that work good. However, due to very repetitive missons, lack of content and bad endgame, this game turns into a tedious one after a few hours.

Castle of Heart (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

24 March 2018

Castle of Heart is a great indie for Nintendo Switch and it brings some great features from classic arcade games.

Beast Quest (PlayStation 4) – 4.5

24 March 2018

Beast Quest tries to be a great game, but it is too simple and lacks to provide the entertainment that could make the fans of the genre stay with it.

A Way Out (PlayStation 4) – 9.5

22 March 2018

Hazelight Studios redefines with A Way Out what a coop game should be. Leo and Vincent’s story has the players facing situations like we have never seen in a videogame before. This is undoubtedly one of this year’s surprises.

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PlayStation 4) – 9

19 March 2018

Although the precedent set by the first game was remarkable, Ni no Kuni II manages to position itself as a worthy continuation of what is already one of the most interesting sagas of the current role playing scene. Level-5 has created a game that stands out from the competition with its own personality. For the lovers of Studio Ghibli, here you will find a jewel to continue dreaming about.

Warhammer: Vermintide II (PC) – 8.5

14 March 2018
Even though Warhammer: Vermintide II has some issues with its progression system and matchmaking, it is one of the best cooperative games ever created thanks to its gameplay. Fatshark has polished all the issues that its predecessor had and delivers an amazing game.

Kirby Star Allies (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

14 March 2018

Kirby Star Allies gives what was promised: the co-op mode is the main attraction, but it is still a fun game playing on your own. A beautiful game that features a very entertaining gameplay and lives up to the expectations. 

Deiland (PlayStation 4) – 8

12 March 2018

Deiland is far from being perfect, but this game is perfect for all kinds of players thanks to its wonderful and entertaining style.

Burnout Paradise Remastered (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

11 March 2018

Burnout Paradise comes to the current console generation to deliver one of the best arcade driving experiences. This remastered version does not translate in a huge difference, but this game still is a sure bet, even 10 years after its release.

Detention (Nintendo Switch) – 9

11 March 2018

This is pure psychological terror. Detention comes to Nintendo Switch with the goal of hooking the player in its intense, but short, story. Its plot and context are the best aspects of this game by far. 

Sailaway: The Sailing Simulator (PC) – 6.5

10 March 2018

Sailaway: The Sailing Simulator is a great option for the experts of the genre, but it is too technical and short of content for the inexperienced ones, making it boring in the short term.

Scribblenauts Showdown (PlayStation 4) – 6

9 March 2018

Scribblenauts Showdown gives the feeling of being half complete. It seeks traditional gameplay with its minigames, but the change is not enough and, even though it is fun, delivers two halved experiences. The worst game of the saga.

Toki Tori 2+ (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

9 March 2018

Toki Tori 2+ is not a very important launch for Nintendo Switch, but it is one of those outstanding games that are perfect for the console. Short and quick game sessions work great here.

Frantics (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

8 March 2018

Frantics is a game for those who enjoy the casual style of gaming. Thanks to PlayLink, the few minigames that Frantics has are very funny and entertaining.

Puyo Puyo Tetris (PC) – 8.5

7 March 2018

Puyo Puyo Tetris, even though it has an unnecesary and trivial campaign mode, makes an incredible fusion of both franchises, converging in a great acquisition for those who like strategic gameplay in an old-school but contemporary fashion.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Farewell (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

7 March 2018

Farewell, although definitely not flawless, is a great addition to the Life is Strange universe and a perfect prologue to Dontnod’s original title.

TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

6 March 2018

This game has amazing graphics, but it has been created for a very specific kind of public. It lacks content and the physics of TT Isle of Man are not good enough for the ones that we see nowadays.

Baobabs Mausoleum Ep. 2: 1313 Barnabas Dead End Drive (PC) – 8

5 March 2018

1313 Barnabas Dead End Drive recreates everything that made Ovnifagos’ Don’t Eat Flamingos sublime and, furthermore, its a bigger and better game. The tale of Watracio Walpurguis will be one to remember.

De Blob 2 (PlayStation 4) – 7

4 March 2018

De Blob 2 comes to modern day consoles with its essence still intact. This game has carried well all these years and still has great quality. However, there is this feeling of missing new content and better technical improvements.

Debris (PC) – 5

1 March 2018

Debris has good ideas, but fails miserably when it puts them into practice. Underwater survival and a plot that are quite interesting are not enough to compensate the poor AI and gameplay.

Payday 2 (Nintendo Switch) – 5

1 March 2018

Payday 2 reveals its worst in the Nintendo Switch. Even though it is not a bad port, the Overkill game and the Nintendo Switch does not seem to get along. Good gameplay, but this is the worst version of the game nowadays.

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet (PlayStation 4) – 7

27 February 2018

Fatal Bullet is a conservative game that could have take more advantage from the Sword Art Online universe. However, it is a great game and is suitable for those who love the anime.

Dead Maze (PC) – 7

27 February 2018

Dead Maze, as a free-to-play and flash game, has a lot of issues. However, Atelier 801 gives us a social and funny experience that, with zombies and MMO, RPG and survival mechanics, can give hours and hours of joy.

Rad Rogers (PlayStation 4) – 7

27 February 2018

Rad Rodgers is a game with its ups and downs. It is entertaining, even though it does not take too much time to beat.

Aqua Kitty UDX (Nintendo Switch) – 7

26 February 2018

Aqua Kitty UDX is a great shoot ‘em up that will be perfect for the fans of the genre than love playing on their Nintendo Switch.

Attack of the Earthlings (PC) – 7.5

22 February 2018

Attack of the Earthlings is a fun turn-based game that is suitable for every player that wants to play something new and entertaining.

Metal Gear Survive (PlayStation 4) – 7

23 February 2018

Konami takes a chance with Metal Gear Survive and focuses on delivering a game with the same base, but different type of genre. A risky bet that has its innovative moments, but fails to completely entertain and has a lot of monotone moments.

Hacktag (PC) – 7.5

22 February 2018

Hacktag lacks content, but its fun mechanics, its distinctive proposal, its asimetric multiplayer and its great aesthetics makes it a recommendable game for those who like infiltration and pure entertainment.

Candleman: The Complete Journey (PC) – 8

22 February 2018

Candleman is an experience rather than a common videogame. This interactive game is easy to recommend thanks to its wonderful style and the feedback that the player gets from the game.

Monster Energy Supercross (PC) – 7

20 February 2018

Monster Energy Supercross is a solid driving experience and a good adaptation of Supercross in the videogame world. However, Milestone’s work feels lazy and the game does not seem complete, so it makes the player want more.

Fe (PlayStation 4) – 8.3

16 February 2018

Fe takes a chance on an experience that is far from the classic concept of a videogame and has a clear focus on the player’s feels. Smart, beautiful and well executed, it achieves its goal and makes us think about our own relationship with the environment.

Bayonetta 1 & 2 (Nintendo Switch) – 9

14 February 2018

Bayonetta 1 & 2 are the perfect choice if you have not had the chance to play them previously. Its style fits perfectly with the Nintendo Switch controls and the quality of both games is still amazing.

Crossing Souls (PC) – 8.5

13 February 2018

Crossing Souls is one of the biggest surprises of this year. Intriguing story, amazing setting and addictive mechanics are some of the features that this outstanding game has. Crossing Souls is deeper than it seems and will make us fall in love with its charismatic characters.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights Of Britannia (PlayStation 4) – 8

8 February 2018

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights Of Britannia is a game that will please the anime fans thanks to its wonderful combats and a complete story mode. However, this is not a game for those how are not fond of animation, since it is its best feature.

Dragon Quest Builders (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

7 February 2018

This port has been created in order to get some players to try this better version of the original game before its sequel arrives. However, Dragon Quest Builders is still very entertaining and a perfect choice for Minecraft and Dragon Quest lovers.

The Longest Five Minutes (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

6 February 2018

The Longest Five Minutes features a beautiful story, although its gameplay mechanics are too simple for a game of the RPG genre. Definitely worth a try if you own a Switch and love the RPG games that have good stories.

UFC 3 (PlayStation 4) – 8

2 February 2018

EA Sports has delivered the most complete UFC game ever. This fighting simulator features an amazingly realistic combat gameplay and one of its few flaws is that the Career Mode is a little bit repetitive. Essential for those who love fighting games or enjoy the sport.

Wulverblade (PC) – 8.5

31 January 2018

Wulverblade is an excellent game. The mix of beat ‘em up with side-scrolling hack ‘n’ slash creates a superb adventure that, added to its thrilling story and lovely artistic design, it stands as a great acquisition, even though it lacks long-term content.

Play With Me (PC) – 5

31 January 2018

Play With Me tries to be a point and click horror game that features very interesting puzzles, but fails to be a game for those who seek true horror.

Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) – 9.8

30 January 2018

Even 12 years later, Shadow of the Colossus still transmits those feelings that made this game one of the best in the videogame history. An unexplored world full of detail and beautiful lighting create a setting that everyone should experience.

Criminal Bundle (PC) – 6.5

29 January 2018

Criminal Bundle is an enjoyable game that has distinctive aesthetics and simple yet fun gameplay, but its lack of content and a solid player base decreases its value in great magnitude.

Celeste (Nintendo Switch) – 10

28 January 2018

Celeste is a true masterpiece of the genre and an excellent example of what a perfect level design is. Exquisite gameplay and a beautiful story make this game one of the best surprises of the modern era.

Life is Feudal (PC) – 7

28 January 2018

Life is Feudal is hard to recommend. Not because it isn’t a good game, because it is, but because its proposal is really hard to enjoy given its extremely complex structure. It needs lots of hours to exhibit its best experience, however, when it reaches that point, it becomes an epic second life.

Railway Empire (PC) – 8

26 January 2018

Railway Empire is not for every player because it doesn’t know how to introduce them to its complex mechanics but, despite that, it is an amazing strategic game that any fan of the genre will surely like.

The Inpatient (PlayStation 4) – 8

23 January 2018

The Inpatient is one of the best horror games that Virtual Reality has nowadays. Supermassive Games has created a great example of how to create an immersive story and has brought it to life for PlayStation VR.

The Red Strings Club (PC) – 9

22 January 2018

The Red Strings Club is a perfect example of how to create a sublime and intrinsic moral debate within a deep story and a great and well developed world. A masterpiece of graphic adventures, absolutely recommendable for those who are fans of the genre and for those who aren’t.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory (PlayStation 4) – 7

22 January 2018

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory is basicalley the same game as its predecessor. It features almost no improvements and seems to be created for PlayStation Vita, so the versions for PlayStation 4 feel like a missed opportunity.

Dragon Ball FighterZ (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

22 January 2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ is a very complete fighting game and lived up to the expectations that a saga such as Dragon Ball generates. The essence of Toriyama’s franchise is portrayed with great quality in every character and their moves.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Ep. 3 (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

20 December 2017

Deck Nine has lived up to the expectations and has crafted a perfectly fitting ending to Chloe Price’s journey. Although Life is Strange: Before the Storm could have had a couple more chapters, “Hell is Empty” is a more than enjoyable finale to the prequel.

SpellForce 3 (PC) – 9

22 December 2017

SpellForce 3, despite not being very deep, makes an excellent fusion of RPG and RTS, becoming one of the best PC games of the year.

Mario Party: The Top 100 (Nintendo 3DS) – 6.5

21 December 2017

Mario Party: The Top 100 is a game that, even though it has 100 of the best minigames of the saga, it feels very short. Very uninspired game mode and very little content make this game uncapable to be on the same level as Nintendo has been this year.

DOOM VFR (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

20 December 2017

DOOM VFR is probably the best VR game that PlayStation VR has to offer, so it is perfect for those who enjoyed the original game and also own a headset.

Finding Paradise (PC) – 8

15 December 2017

Finding Paradise comes with the same formula as To the Moon, making all the surprises that we expected disappear. However, thanks to its wonderful narrative, it still is an amazing adventure that will make you shed a tear. .

LocoRoco 2 Remastered (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

15 December 2017

LocoRoco 2 Remastered has adapted perfectly the controls to PlayStation 4 and is way better than the original one. New levels and secrets that make this game a must-have for those who like original games of this genre.

Yooka-Laylee (Nintendo Switch) – 9

14 December 2017

Although it does not bring anything new compared with previous versions, Yooka-Laylee is perfect for Nintendo Switch and its type of gameplay will make you stay playing this fun game for lots of hours.

Syberia II (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

12 December 2017

Syberia II comes toNintendo Switch keeping the things that made it one of the best graphic adventures. A game that, even with its ups and downs, is still great nowadays.

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris (PlayStation 4) – 5.5

10 December 2017

Curse of Osiris is a step back on the narrative level and a it has been very coward on the gameplay level. Great artistic style, new weapons and a new raid is what saves this expansion from being a disaster.

INVECTOR (PlayStation 4) – 8

8 December 2017

Hello Games and AVICII have created a wonderful game full of colour and great music. An amazing universe that features AVICII’s music and is perfect for playing alone to relax or with friends to have fun.

SUPERBEAT: XONiC EX (Nintendo Switch) – 7

7 December 2017

SUPERBEAT: XONiC EX is a great musical game with cool challenges. Perfect for those who enjoy nowadays music and want to have fun playing.

Sky Force Reloaded (PC) – 7.5

7 December 2017

Sky Force Reloaded is an excellent shoot ‘em up and represents its lineage with quality. It’s a shame that it forces the player to grind excessively but, still, it’s a recommendable title for every user, fan of the genre or not.

Seven: The Days Long Gone (PC) – 7

5 December 2017

Seven: The Days Long Gone is an amazing stealth game, but the melee combat has too many issues that need to be adressed.

The Elder Scroll Legends: Return to Clockwork City (iOS) – 8

4 December 2017

Return to Clockwork City follows the path of the previous The Elder Scrolls Legends DLC. New cards and content are some of its features, along with new mechanics that aim to make the player think about new strategies. A safe bet for the fans of the genre.

.hack//G.U. Last Recode (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

4 December 2017

.hack//G.U. Last Recode is the rediscover of great games based on a popular anime that feature an epic store. These remastered games include a new chapter that is amazing for those who love the JRPG genre.

Portal Knights (Nintendo Switch) – 7

3 December 2017

Portal Knights uses Nintendo Switch to cover some of its failiures and become a better game than the original one. A videogame that, without been perfect, it entertains the player for a lot of hours.

Ogre (PC) – 6

3 December 2017

For those who like board games, Ogre might be a good option. For those who don’t, the chances of that are lower, though not impossible. To sum up, it lacks the enough quantity and quality of content to be easily marked as recommendable, so it will be relegated to a fast omission.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Nintendo Switch) – 9.8

30 November 2017

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is the best JRPG in years. The strategy combat has improved compared with previous instalments, it features a deep story and a huge world full of content. This is one of the best games that 2017 has offered.

Far from Noise (PC) – 9

28 November 2017

Far from Noise is not a game for everybody, but it is a game that everybody should play. Amazing narrative, a remarkable story and an incredible visual style are the elements that make this videogame a true piece of art.

Black Mirror (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

27 November 2017

Black Mirror comes back again to the videogame world and brings a great story full of mystery and horror. Although it has some technical issues, these problems do not interfere with the potential of the game.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (Nintendo Switch) – 8

26 November 2017

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today arrives to Nintendo Switch keeping alive its essence. It does not have any new content for those who have already played the game, but it is perfect for those who have not tried the amazing Fictiorama adventure.

Rogue Trooper Redux (PlayStation 4) – 7

25 November 2017

Rougue Trooper Redux is a very interesting third person shooter with a straightforward and short campaing. Its atmosphere and style of the supersoldiers are some of the best parts of the game. A good adaptation, but with the same issues as the original game.

Oriental Empires (PC) – 7

24 November 2017

Oriental Empires is a title that is worthy of being called 4X. Yes, it has a good amount of flaws that pushes it away from the greatness, but it still can give to the fans of strategic adventures a great experience.

Gundam Versus (PlayStation 4) – 4

23 November 2017

Gundam Versus tries, without success, to creat the perfect videogame for the Gundam saga, but it only creates a mashup of gameplay and concept errors.

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