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.

Worms W.M.D. (Nintendo Switch) – 8

23 November 2017


Worms W.M.D comes to Nintendo Switch, making it portable and able to adapt to our daily lifes. Besides, it has new content compared to the previous versions of this game.

Gear.Club Unlimited (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

21 November 2017


Gear.Club Unlimited is a very serious bet for the driving games on Nintendo Switch. Its story mode features a huge amount of races and guarantees lots of hours of entertainment. More than 15 brands of the best cars await for the fans of the genre that own a Switch.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

20 November 2017


Skyrim VR is one of the best VR games that are in the market nowadays. Even though this game has gone through almost every console and also PC, this is a great way to surprise the player and create a better immersion.

Ben 10 (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

20 November 2017


Ben 10 has its ups and downs. Even though its gameplay and ideas are interesting, its duration and poor depth make the game feel incomplete. An entertaining game to have a good time and also for the kids.

Hidden Agenda (PlayStation 4) – 8

20 November 2017


Hidden Agenda shows the success of PlayLink. A game developed by Supermassive Games that gathers the best of Until Dawn with a dark story with some funny moments. Great to play with family and friends, since it can have 6 simultaneous players.

Cat Quest (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

19 November 2017


Cat Quest is a game that stays with the roots of the ARPG genre and makes fun of it in every aspect. A brave and rogue game that is really fun and nice due to its simplicity and duration.

GUTS (PC) – 6.5

18 November 2017


GUTS is weird, but weird good. Also weird bad, if the player isn’t into this kind of games: singular and strange ones. It has some great concepts and, even though it lacks dense single player content, it might be recommendable for those who like unique works.

RIVE: Ultimate Edition (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

17 November 2017


The best version of this game comes to Nintendo Switch with lots of new gameplay mechanics and having the same essence as the original versions. Great game for the fans of the genre.

Rocket League (Nintendo Switch) – 8

17 November 2017


Rocket League on Nintendo Switch is an amazing experience and we can carry our game wherever we want. Even though its graphics could be better when in portable mode, this game means hours and hours of entertainment.

L.A. Noire (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

17 November 2017


Nintendo Switch offers the best version of this remastered Rockstar gem thanks to the use of the touchpad, which gives a new dimension for the investigation parts. A great game that takes us back in time.

The Elder Scrolls V:Skyrim (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

16 November 2017


Skyrim for Nintendo Switch is amazing thanks to its portability, great graphics and its capacity to prove that there are adults that play with this consoles. An outstanding game that you can carry wherever you want.

Snipperclips Plus: Cut it Out, Together! (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

16 November 2017


The game that was launched along with Nintendo Switch comes back with much more content and the same addictive local multiplayer experience.

Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon (Nintendo 3DS) – 8.7

14 November 2017


Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon is the defenitive return to Alola. Much more content, new experiences and feelings that are going to be perfect for the fans of the Pokemon games.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8

14 November 2017


Traveller’s Tales comes back with the Marvel Universe to deliver one of the most solid games of the series, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. A continuist game in terms of gameplay, but charismatic and entertaining.

Star Wars Battlefront II (PlayStation 4) – 9

14 November 2017


Star Wars Battlefront II is the most complete game of the franchise. With a campaign mode that lives up to the expectations and an improved online mode, Electronic Arts and DICE put the series right where it belongs.

Way of Redemption (PC) – 7.5

13 November 2017


Way of Redemption is a very entertaining game for the fans of the arcade genre. It is definitely worth a try if you enjoy this kind of games.

The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs (PlayStation 4) – 8.7

13 November 2017


The Sims 4: Cats & Dogs is the best expansion dedicated to the animals of the whole series. This is a must-buy for all the fans of the game and it gives new life to The Sims 4.

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

12 November 2017


The Frozen Wilds is the last ride of one of the best adventures of 2017. This DLC adds 10 more hours to the base game thanks to a new zone with a brand new story, enemies and secrets. The perfect expansion for the Horizon fans.

Starblast (PC) – 6.5

11 November 2017


Starblast is a simple yet solid game. The game has some flaws that should be polished in the future, but the fans of the genre are going to enjoy this new game by Neuronality.

DOOM (Nintendo Switch) – 9

9 November 2017


Knowing the limitations of this console, DOOM manages to mantain its essence and offers wild and amazing combats. An incredible game that is a must-buy for Nintendo’s new console.

Call of Duty: WWII (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

8 November 2017


Call of Duty returns with a game that comes back to its roots in terms of gameplay. The campaign, even though its too short and linear, is very well crafted. The multiplayer and zombies suffer the loot crate fever, but its content is really good. This is an improvement of the saga taking into consideration its recent years.

Sonic Forces (Nintendo Switch) – 6.5

8 November 2017


The new hedgehog adventure features a terrible level design and a very low difficulty. However, it makes you want more thanks to its charisma, making this a good base that needs to be very well polished.

Need for Speed Payback (Xbox One) – 9

7 November 2017


Need for Speed comes back stronger than ever with an open-world game that has a great story mode and gameplay mechanics adapted to every player.

Super Lucky’s Tale (Xbox One) – 7

6 November 2017


Super Lucky´s Tale is a great platforming game that the fans of the genre will love, even though it is too easy for the experts. Its style and difficulty mean that this game is great for the kids and newcomers.

Spintires: MudRunner (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

6 November 2017


Spintires MudRunner brings a new experience on the racing genre, being much better than its predecessor thanks to a new open world map and great quality settings. A game only for those with patience due to its terrible camera.

Sine Mora EX (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

5 November 2017


Sine Mora EX is a very interesting game inside the  ‘shoot´em up’ genre and has some innovative mechanics. However, this remastered version is not enough for those who have tried previously the game.

Super Man or Monster (PC) – 5

31 October 2017


Super Man Or Monster is interesting at its best, but it gets tedious extremely fast. Even though the local multiplayer mode can be entertaining, the game doesn’t have enough content to sustain its structure, making it an anecdotal product.

Nightmare Boy (PlayStation 4) – 7

29 October 2017


Nightmare Boy is a game that preserves the good parts of the Metroidvania genre and also adds its personal touch with a world based on nightmares.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PC) – 9

26 October 2017


The New Colossus launches as one of the most polished and gratifying shooters of the decade. With a stunning gunplay and a very improved narrative aspect, MachineGames and bethesda have created a incredible experience that no one should miss.

Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) – 10

26 October 2017


Super Mario Odyssey is without a doubt one of the best games of recent years and probably of the franchise. Great gameplay mechanics, an outstanding number of worlds and amazing graphics are the ingredients of this masterpiece.

Assassin’s Creed Origins (PlayStation 4) – 8.7

26 October 2017


Assassin’s Creed Origins performs remarkably in every aspect and shows a final and finished product, leaving behind the ghosts that had this franchise. It’s a title that every fan of the series should play, because it correctly maintains the essence and implements fresh and fun elements to the series. To sum up, Assassin’s Creed Origins is the renewal that the saga needed.

Syberia (Nintendo Switch) – 8

25 October 2017


Syberia is the game that we know, but has been adapted for Nintendo Switch with almost the same graphics and few options for the touch pannel. However, it has a deep story, lovable characters and great gameplay for a 15-year old game.

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

24 October 2017


An adventure that should be played by every fan of the survival horror genre. It is not based on gaming cliché and has an amazing 2D style that shows that great games can be created without having too many resources.

Just Dance 2018 (PlayStation 4) – 8

23 October 2017


Just Dance 2018 is an improvement over the previous version; everything that was already working has been improved, the menus are now more intuitive and simple and Ubisoft is still thinking about the kids in the house. Without a doubt, it will be one of the great successes of this Christmas, especially in the Nintendo platforms.

AER – Memories of Old (PC) – 7.5

23 October 2017


This game offers an amazing feeling of freedom and puzzles that are intertwined with the settings. Some vague objectives at the beginning can be a nuisance, but it features an amazing visual style.

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns (Nintendo 3DS) – 7.5

22 October 2017


Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns brings few innovations compared with previous installments, but its three towns and the vivid style of the game deliver a good experience for those who can relax farming. Some issues need to improve, but this new game is great for the fans of the genre.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8

20 October 2017


Life is Strange: Before the Storm Ep.2 builds a story in which both the player and Chloe herself explore her personality. The narrative’s pace suits perfectly the game but, with just 1 episode left, it leaves a lot more questions than answers.

Fire Emblem Warriors (New Nintendo 3DS) – 8

19 October 2017


Fire Emblem Warriors is one of the best designed musou games of the recent years thanks to its strategy touch, which is great for this genre. If you are thinking about buying this version of the game, go ahead if you don’t own a Nintendo Switch, because you will not be disappointed.

Fire Emblem Warriors (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

18 October 2017


Fire Emblem Warriors is one of the best designed musou games of the recent years thanks to its strategy touch, which is great for this genre. Even though its story is a little bit dull, de Chronicles mode offers lots of objectives and battles that last hours and hours.

Gran Turismo Sport (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

18 October 2017


Gran Turismo comes to PlayStation 4 clearly focused on the online content and on the eSports, forgetting too much about the single player mode. Polyphony Digital has decided to bring something new for the saga thanks to better gameplay mechanics and realism.

Mages of Mystralia (PC) – 8.5

17 October 2017


Mages of Mystralia, as one of the biggest indie prospects of 2017, presents an amazing adventure that, by an incredible magic crafting system and a gorgeous setting, offers an unforgettable journey, which will everlast with deep attachment.

ELEX (PC) – 6

17 October 2017


ELEX is a game with great ideas and a huge open world. However, thanks to its terrible combat system and the graphics of a game from 2007, this game is just for the most hardcore fans of the open worlds and the exploration.

Overgrowth (PC) – 8

16 October 2017


Overgrowth is, first and foremost, a singular experience. A game that brings something really unique, presenting an adventure that, even with multiple flaws, has an amusing combat system, great aesthetics and smooth platforming. Weird as many, fun as few.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole (PlayStation 4) – 8.3

16 October 2017


South Park: The Fractured But Whole offers a more simple RPG experience compared with its predecessor, but it still keeps its wonderful humor and the funny characters that are essential in this adventure. Great for the all time fans and the newcomers.

Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle (PlayStation 4) – 3

16 October 2017


Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle features poor batlles and a serios camera issues that erase the fun of the fights. Very few game modes and a dull story mode are the reason that this game is no good for any fan of this genre.

Circuit Breakers (PlayStation 4) – 6

15 October 2017


Circuit Breakers brings back the old arcade feelings with simple, yet fun, mechanics. It lacks some content and it gets repetitive when we advance in the game, but it can give the players some hours of entertainment.

Syndrome (PlayStation 4) – 5

15 October 2017


Syndrome takes after similar space horror games like Dead Space or System Shock 2, creating a well crafted atmosphere and interesting setup, but failing to achieve either enjoyable gameplay or good enough graphical level, incapable of reaching its full potential.

Mushroom Wars 2 (PC) – 8.5

14 October 2017


Mushroom Wars 2 is, to sum up, a remarkable game. Zillion Whales offers a different option for those who would like to enter to the strategy genre, and for the fans of it, through minimalist and excelent gameplay, absorbing multiplayer and charming aesthetics.

Dungeons 3 (PC) – 8

13 October 2017


Dungeons 3 comes with the same style as its predecessors, mixing strategy and dungeon management with a great sense of humor. Few innovations compared with its previous installment, but a game that offers hours and hours of entertainment.

The Evil Within 2 (PC) – 8.5

13 October 2017


The Evil Within 2 is a sequel that hooks the player from the first minute. Even though the AI has some issues and some basic enemies, the gameplay quality, its amazing visual style and a great story make this game one of the best horror experiences nowadays.

Middle Earth: Shadow of War (PlayStation 4) – 9

13 October 2017


Monolith Productions manages to deliver a magnificent sequel to Shadow of Mordor. Allowing the players to recruit several types of different orcs that display unpredictable behavior thanks to the Nemesis system is a great experience. Overall, it happens to improve in almost every single area over its predecessor, and the possibility to use dragons as a tool for war is very pleasant.

Road Redemption (PC) – 7

6 October 2017


Road Redemption comes full of entertainment and is a great Road Rash successor thanks to a local multiplayer mode and an online mode that gives us hours and hours of fun, although its difficulty could be too hard for a lot of people.

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

3 October 2017


Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is a risky bet by Kodaka in the Danganronpa saga. It has a superb story and has one of the best set of characters of the whole saga. Outstanding.


2 October 2017


RUINER is a game that wins the player with its very well done cyberpunk style, a gameplay system based on speed and a sweet violence aura that is everywhere. A great game that is one of this year best surprises.

Ninja Shodown (PC) – 7

2 October 2017


Ninja Shodown is a good game but, without a multiplayer online mode, it lacks the amount of content to recommend it. Even though it is unbelievable fun with friends, the price it has isn’t justified.

Battle Chasers: Nightwar (PlayStation 4) – 8

2 October 2017


The return of Joe Madureira to the videogame industry comes with a great game. Amazing visuals and artistic style that match perfectly its great gameplay mechanics.

Forza Motorsport 7 (Xbox One) – 9.5

1 October 2017


Turn 10 Studios comes back again with Forza Motorsport. The seventh game comes full of new content and bringing the 4K experience to those with the Xbox One X. Great gameplay perfect for all kinds of players and an astonishing number of vehicles.

Raiders of the Broken Planet (PlayStation 4) – 7

1 October 2017


Raiders of the Broken Planet is a game that, even though it has great ideas and personality, it features some terrible servers and very repetitive gameplay. The future could be bright for MercurySteam.

Blackguards 2  (PlayStation 4) – 6

30 September 2017


Blackguards 2 comes to consoles with the same formula as its first installment, a turn-based tactical RPG. A different title inside the genre that could be interesting for those searching for new adventures.

NASCAR Heat 2  (PlayStation 4) – 7

30 September 2017


NASCAR Heat 2 brings the exciting world of NASCAR in a game that, compared with its predecessor, it improves many aspects in order to deliver an entertining driving game.

Pokkén Tournament DX  (Nintendo Switch) – 8

29 September 2017


This fighting game is perfect for those that have not tried the original Wii U verison. It is still one of the best options of the genre for those who own the Nintendo console.

Cuphead  (PC) – 10

29 September 2017


Cuphead is a true piece of art of the modern day videogame. The game has lived up to the expectations and it is full with detail and quality in every aspect. From its soundtrack to its wonderful design, Studio MDHR has achieved the glory with this masterpiece.

Divinity: Original Sin II  (PC) – 9.8

28 September 2017


Larian Studios has created a true masterpiece and a game that challenges other great titles for the crown of the RPG genre. Divinity: Original Sin II is everything that a role game should aim for.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Videogame  (PlayStation 4) – 7

28 September 2017


Even though this LEGO game is a little bit monotone, it really is a great combination of action, humor and freedom to explore. A great game for those who have followed the saga.

ATOMEGA (PC) – 7.5

27 September 2017


Ubisoft presents an interesting game and a curious idea. However, it becomes really monotone due to the lack of game modes and only one playable map.

Culdcept Revolt (Nintendo 3DS) – 8

26 September 2017


Culpcet Revolt celebrates its 20th anniversary by arriving to Nintendo 3DS with a great quality game that will be a true experience for the fans of the saga and the RPG genre.

NHL 18 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

24 September 2017


EA Sports delivers a great hockey game that evolves to be more and more realistic every year. NHL 18 is entertaining, fun and a must-buy for all the hockey fans.

BAJA: Edge of Control HD (PlayStation 4) – 6

22 September 2017


This is a new oportunity to enjoy BAJA: Edge of Control after almost ten years from its release. However, even though this is a remastered version, the games still looks too old and lacks the functions that other racing games have.

FIFA 18 (Xbox One) – 9

21 September 2017


FIFA 18 is probably the best football simulator right now. Although it is a little bit continuist and still has some issues with the goalkeepers, this game is more polished than ever, it has amazing graphics and a soundtrack that fits perfectly the game. FIFA 18 has also the official licenses of most of the great football leagues, which is wonderful.

NBA Live 2018 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

20 September 2017


Despite lacking content in some of its game modes, like Franchise or Ultimate Team, Electronic Arts manages to deliver a very solid basketball game focused on “The One”, where players will be able to become a legend whether it happens on the NBA, the streets, or perhaps even both. Also, the addition of the WNBA helps in order to give some uniqueness to its possibilities.

WRC 7 (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

18 September 2017


WRC 7 offers hours of entertainmant and features all the official licenses of the champisonship. However, the game fails where its previous installments also did, like the feeling of an artificial driving and other issues. WRC still has some major aspects to improve.

Project Cars 2 (PlayStation 4) – 9

18 September 2017


Project Cars 2 beats its predecessor in almost every aspect with its new features and completely renewed. A brand new oportunity to enjoy one of the best driving simulators of the last years.

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider (PC) – 8.5

17 September 2017


Death of the Outsider is an amazing ending for an adventure as special and loved as this. A DLC that lives up to the expectations and brings some fresh air to the fans of the saga, who will enjoy this new adventure.

PES 2018 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

16 September 2017


This is the best Pro Evolution Soccer of the last years and it guarantees hours and hours of entertainment online or with your friends. However, its wonderful graphics are not enough to compensate the lack of licenses and the lack of innovation in some game modes.

Destiny 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8

14 September 2017


Destiny 2 is a very continuist game, but that does not mean that it is bad. Thanks to a well paced campaign mode, a progression system from the MMORPG genre and a very polished style, Destiny 2 is as addictive and entertaining as it can be.

Last Day of June (PC) – 7

13 September 2017


Last Day of June is a game that, even though it is not as emotional as it could seem, does a great job entertaining the player and delivers a story where everything revolves around the memories.

Madden 18 (PlayStation 4) – 9

12 September 2017


Madden 18 is the best installment of the series in the last years. Very solid andwith stunning graphics thanks to the Frostbite engine. Great both for the veterans of the genre and for the newcomers.

Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition (Nintendo Switch) – 6.5

11 September 2017


This improved version of the game launched in 2016 still has that arcade style and uses the Joy-Con for the cooperative games. However, this game still lacks content and is too simple.

Knack 2 (PlayStation 4) – 7

5 September 2017


Knack 2 is a game that improves what we saw in its first installment and brings a fun and great experience for all kinds of public. It aims for diversity and achieves it.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Ep.1 (PlayStation 4) – 9

2 September 2017


Life is Strange: Before the Storm Ep. 1 sets up an intriguing story that lives up to the franchise’s name. Even though its not flawless, the prequel delivers an experience worth living.

Absolver (PC) – 9

1 September 2017


Sloclap has delivered one of the best indie games of this 2017. Although it lacks a deep and more interesnting story, it has unique combat and gameplay mechanics that are rewarded with a great progression. An amazing journey and a stunning game.

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

31 August 2017


A must-buy game for the JRPG genre fans that only needs improvements in its story to be almost perfect. The best gameplay mechanics of this saga and one of the big japanese titles of 2017.

Everybody’s Golf (PlayStation 4) – 9

29 August 2017


The most arcade and funny golf game is back with a new videogame that remembers of the best games of the saga. Besides, it features many improvements and great online modes.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Nintendo Switch) – 8

28 August 2017


Mario and Rabidds come together in a videogame with high doses of humor, entertainment and style. Ubisfot and Nintendo join forces to create a great exclusive for Nintendo Switch.

The Escapists 2 (PlayStation 4) – 7

22 August 2017


The Escapists 2 brings a very conservative formula. The most important improvement is the multiplayer mode, which works perfectly and masks the mistakes of this game.

Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy (PlayStation 4) – 9

17 August 2017


Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is an outstanding game that achieves the unexpected: to makes us forget about Nathan Drake. However, its narrative and plot leaves us with more questions than answers.

Sudden Strike 4 (PlayStation 4) – 7

16 August 2017


The return of Sudden Strike is a little bit disappointing for the fans of the saga due to its difficulty and multiplayer mode, but it stays strong in everything else. Sudden Strike 4 offers lots of hours of entertainment.

Original Journey (PC) – 7.5

15 August 2017


Original Journey is, even with flaws, an enjoyable game. Its connection between a deep history and an amusing gameplay creates a satisfying experience that, with great aesthetics and good music, arises as an unexpected and positive surprise.

Matterfall (PlayStation 4) – 6

15 August 2017


Matterfall brings back retro gameplay mechanics in a futurist set. However, it doen not bring anything new and becomes a little bit repetitive due to this.

Aven Colony (PC) – 6.5

28 July 2017


Aven Colony is a standard game in this genre. It does not bring anything new and has some issues, but its multiple choices make it a good title for the city-building genre fans.

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (PlayStation 4) – 8

28 July 2017


Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun is a great title for the fans of the strategy genre that play on consoles. Very deep and lots of content to explore.

Sundered (PC) – 9

27 July 2017


Sundered is a remarkable game. With a well developed metroidvania style, alongside a great amount of content, fun combats, beautiful aesthetics, singular design, moral choices involved in gameplay and unforgettables boss fights, elaborates his own path to become one of the best indies of 2017.

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PlayStation 4) – 7

21 July 2017


Prideful Sloth has created a well balanced game with a great artistic style and an amazing OST. Great game for the players that enjoy exploration and adventure.

Baobabs Mausoleum Ep. 1 Ovnifagos Don´t Eat Flamingos (PC) – 6

20 July 2017


The first episode of Baobabs Mausoleum, even though we can’t recommend it because its lack of content, builds the beggining of something unique, special and singular. The journey of Watracio Walpurguis will be one to watch out for.

The End Is Nigh (PC) – 9.5

17 July 2017


Edmund McMillen and Tyler Glaiel have done it again. The End Is Nigh is a new masterpiece, a statament of how to create videogame. It hooks the player and makes you an addict of this wicked plattform game.

Serial Cleaner (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

13 July 2017


Serial Cleaner is a stealth game with nostalgic influences. A very well polished game that has a powerful begining but a repetitive second half.

RPG Maker Fes (Nintendo 3DS) – 5

13 July 2017


RPG Maker comes to Nintendo 3DS with a dull version. The lack of tutorial may make this game too hard for the newcomers and the lack of content is too simple for the experts.

Cars 3: Driven to Win (Nintendo Switch) – 7

10 July 2017


Cars 3: Driven to Win is a quite complete game with lots of content and great gameplay mechanics. However, the lack of an online mode and some graphical issues may affect negatively the experience.

That’s You! (PlayStation 4) – 8

09 July 2017


That’s You! aims to be the entertaining game of this summer thanks to its fun style that will make the parties with our friends much better.

The Elder Scrolls Legends: Heroes of Skyrim (PC) – 8

08 July 2017


Heroes of Skyrim is an amazing expansion that shows the true potential of Bethesda’s world. Quality guaranteed for the fans of the strategy genre that wanted more of this game.

AereA (PlayStation 4) – 5

07 July 2017


AereA is artistically great, but has some issues with its gameplay. Poor design choices and some bugs are the flaws of a game that is uplifted only by its wonderful soundtrack.

Dynasty Feud (PC) – 7

04 July 2017


Dynasty Feud is a great brawler with entertaining and dynamic gameplay in a singular context. However, its lack of community and the absence of single player modes makes it hard to recommend.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

02 July 2017


Crash Bandicoot comes back to PlayStation with a collection that reminds of the classic and funny plattforming games. With its graphics improved, the original trilogy its a must-buy for everybody that loves the genre.

Dead by Daylight (PlayStation 4) – 6

23 June 2017


This console version of the famous PC game has some issues that make this installment a boring game without too much content for a single player.

Hunting Simulator (PlayStation 4) – 5

21 June 2017


This is a very superflous title that features a long and boring campaign and lacks freedom for objective choosing. Just for the fans of the genre that don’t care about technical issues.

Get Even (PlayStation 4) – 8

21 June 2017


Get Even is one of the biggest surprises of the year. Very original, and an outstanding story that hooks the player during the whole game.

Nex Machina (PC) – 7.5

20 June 2017


Housemarque’s most recent game is the perfect mixture between frenetic gameplay and tactical action, making it highly addictive.

The Long Journey Home (PC) – 6.5

8 June 2017


Daedalic has created a very brave space roguelike that features strategy elements and a huge universe to keep us in front of our screens.

ARMS (Nintendo Switch) – 9

7 June 2017


Nintendo gets in the fighting genre on Switch thanks to ARMS, a new IP which brings fresh air to this genre and mixes classic gameplay mechanics with the features of Nintendo’s new console.

WipEout Omega Collection (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

5 June 2017


WipEout Omega Collection is a great return for the arcade racing videogames. Thanks to its colorful circuits, variety of vehicles and amazing soundtrack, this game delivers a unique experience.

Friday the 13th: The Game (PC) – 6.5

4 June 2017


Friday the 13th: The Game has a very interesting formula, but it needs to be polished in order to be completely enjoyable. It features the essence of the movies, but it has some gameplay issues that need to be addressed soon.

Sorgina: A Tale of Witches (PC) – 6

3 June 2017


This title from Binary Souls takes us to a plattform adventure and well designed puzzles that show us stories about the mythology of the Basque country.

Tekken 7 (PlayStation 4) – 9

2 June 2017


Tekken has returned and now it is better than ever. Its gameplay is still fresh and features new elements like the Rage Arts, which increases the excitement of evey match. The customization is fun, entertaining and has thousands of possibilities. A must-buy for the genre fans.

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs (PC) – 7

31 May 2017


Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is a very solid game that, without having much innovation, it achieves to get its different systems to work and make it a very good tactical RPG.

Mirage: Arcane Warfare (PC) – 8

30 May 2017


Mirage: Arcane Warfare is a game that improves the style seen in Chivalry and features new elements like magic, but without losing the exciting matches and the gore that we saw in these games.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier EP.5 (PC) – 8

29 May 2017


This fifth chapter is the best one of a very irregular season that does not achieve to give as good vibrations as the previous ones. 

Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8

29 May 2017


This revision of the Ark System Works’ game brings new characters, scenarios and an improvement of ots gameplay mechanics. Everything that we could ask for this “new” game.

Impact Winter (PC) – 7

28 May 2017


Impact Winter is the new title from Mojo Banes and its goal is to give a new perspective of the survival genre. However, this game becomes a little bit repetitive after playing for a few hours.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The FInal Challengers (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

27 May 2017


Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challenger brings fresh air to the Switch games. Great for playing online and with your friends, but this game had more potential that has not been exploited.

Everspace (PC) – 8

26 May 2017


Everspace is a refreshing take on the roguelike genre from the creators of Galaxy On Fire. Set up in outer space, players will have to scavenge for resources and fight their way through procedurally generated scenarios.

RiME (PlayStation 4) – 9

25 May 2017


Tequila Works has created an adventure full of exciting moments and unforgettable scenes. Its music and artistic style turn it into a masterpiece. There is no doubt that it will become one of the best titles of this current generation.

Akiba’s Beat (PlayStation 4) – 5

25 May 2017


Akiba’s Beat is a generic and mediocre videogame. Instead of improving the flaws of its predecessor, it loses its personality. It is a standard JRPG that gives no satisfaction when playing it.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind (PC) – 8

23 May 2017


Maybe this will not get more new players, but Morrowind is what every expansion should be. Featuring lots of new content, a great new story and nostalgia for The Elder Scrolls’ veteran players.

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days (PC) – 6.5

22 May 2017


Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a game with a very well defined gameplay mechanic, but after a few hours it becomes something repetitive.

Inner Chains (PC) – 3.5

21 May 2017


Inner Chains has gorgeous visuals and its artistic style is wonderful, but its poor gameplay makes it an almost unplayable game.

Future Unfolding (PlayStation 4) – 4

19 May 2017


Future Unfolding is a game with a very beautiful artistic style, but its almost non-existent gameplay makes it a very dull and monotone game.

Injustice 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

18 May 2017


Injustice 2 is everything that a good fighting videogame should be. The story mode, even though it has a short duration, has a great plot and its characters have an amazing personality. The new customization feature is the best that NetherRealm could have done for this videogame.

Endless Space 2 (PC) – 8

18 May 2017


Endless Space 2 is the game that the fans of the 4X genre wanted and expected. Not only it is great for the most experienced players, but also has a style that is perfect for the newcomers.

Portal Knights (PlayStation 4) – 5.5

18 May 2017


Portal Knights follows Minecraft’s path, but with a special focus on combat. However, some issues with the controls and the camera make this experience something frustrating.

Disagea 5 Complete (Nintendo Switch) – 9.5

16 May 2017


One of the best tactical RPG games comes to Nintendo Switch with more content, polished gameplay mechanics and amaizing graphics. Perfect for both experts and newcomers of this genre.

Farpoint (PlayStation 4) – 8

16 May 2017


Farpoint is the most ambicious proyect that PlayStation VR has right now. This game goes beyond the experience with the new Aim Controller and the possibilities in Farpoint are huge.

The Surge (PlayStation 4) – 9

16 May 2017


The Surge has been able to exploit the essentials of this genre: A highly additive combat system, great setting and an outstanding level design. It may not be a huge innovation, but Deck13 has created a great game within the action RPG genre.

LocoRoco Remastered (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

14 May 2017


This game still is a very funny and entertaining installment where music and graphics are a true beauty, even thoguh its remastered version is not as good as it could be.

World to the West (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

13 May 2017


This interesting project has great ideas and borrows some good elements from The Legend of Zelda sage. However, its character controls feature a weird desing, which translates into a bad decision that affects the game’s pace.

NBA Playgrounds (PlayStation 4) – 7

12 May 2017


Despite of having some gameplay issues, NBA Playgrounds is a very entertaining and funny game that will make us play for hours thanks to its 2 vs. 2 matches.

Prey (PC) – 9.2

8 May 2017


Prey is a masterpiece of the science-fiction genre. A game that hooks the player from begining to end and creates a wonderful experience for everyone that plays it.

Mini Ghost (PC) – 7

5 May 2017


Mini Ghost is a small game but with lots of possibilities. Easy, nostalgic and gives the means to create content that brings back memories of great times.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch) – 8.5

3 May 2017


Mario Kart 8 returns with a ‘Deluxe’ that comes with new features for this entertaining game. With better graphics and gameplay thanks to the Nintendo Switch, this is one of the best Mario Kart games ever made.

Krai Mira: Extended Cut (PC) – 6.5

27 April 2017


Krai Mira features a great variety of weapons and places to explore, all with a turn-based combat gameplay. However, this game has some issues with the controls and feels like it could have been a lot better.

Syberia 3 (PC) – 8

25 April 2017


Syberia 3 brings back in a very beautiful way the genre of the graphic adventure. It has some perfomance issues and framedrops, but everyone that loves the genre shouls give it a try.

Outlast II (PlayStation 4) – 9

24 April 2017


Outlast II creates a level of tension that has been very uncommon to see in a recent videogame. With great gameplay, amazing sound quality and outstanding setting, it becomes one of the best titles of 2017.

Immortal Redneck (PC) – 7

24 April 2017


This FPS brings lots of action and very frenetic game in order to create a very good indie that is worth a try.

Little Nightmares (PlayStation 4) – 8.3

22 April 2017


Little Nightmares is a powerful project that brings a different kind of narrative. It creates lots of feelings with very few resources and, even though its duration is too short, it brings a very possitive experience.

The Franz Kafka Videogame (PC) – 7

21 April 2017


The Franz Kafka Videogame is a smart, beautiful and challenging game. However, its very short duration makes it feel like it has wasted a lot of potential.

Saucer-Like (PC) – 8

19 April 2017


Saucer-Like has a very deep story, which is perfect for the graphic adventure genre. An outstanding soundtrack and beautiful graphics make this game a must-have for the fans of the genre.

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Chapter 1 (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

18 April 2017


This first chapter begins and ends in a great way and with a good pace, the rest of it is pretty dull and with some meaningless dialogues. However, this game still has the spirit of the franchise and outstanding sound effects.

Lego City Undercover (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

17 April 2017


Lego City Undercover is a very enjoyable game for all ages and with a lot of possibilities, but it has some poorly used elements that could have been much better.

Thimbleweed Park (PC) – 10

16 April 2017


Thimbleweed Park is the finest example of a graphic adventure: an outstanding game full charm and personality. Every aspect is a great work and this game is a true masterpiece.

The Sexy Brutale (PlayStation 4) – 8

10 April 2017


The Sexy Brutale is a game that stands out for the implementation of the temporary plane in its puzzles and for having a great atmosphere thanks to its soundtrack and its artistic design.

A Rose in the Twilight (PlayStation Vita) – 7

4 April 2017


A Rose in the Twilight is a challenging puzzle game with the appearance of a tale which will be very rewarding to the players. It lacks some features, but it is worth a try.

Yooka-Laylee (PlayStation 4) – 9

4 April 2017


Yooka-Laylee is the triumphant return of the true platform games. Playtonic has managed to mix everything good of this genre and turn it into something fresh and wonderful.

PaRappa the Rapper (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

4 April 2017


With PaRappa the Rapper Remastered you will have a good time with its funny characters and catchy songs, especially if you play with the kids. It lacks new content for the PlayStation 4, but it is worth a try..

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier EP.3 (PC) – 8

29 March 2017


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier continues with a great rhythm in its third chapter. Even though it is a transition episode, it answers previous questions and generates more for the future.

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity (PlayStation 4) – 7

27 March 2017


FlatOut 4 improves the good points of its predecessor and bring new features. However, it does not achieve to be as good as the first titles of the saga.

Vikings: Wolves of Midgard (PC) – 6.5

24 March 2017


Vikings: Wolves of Midgard has its ups and downs: it works amazing with the small details, but sometimes it feels too repetitive and does not risk much.

88 Heroes (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

21 March 2017


88 Heroes is a very complete game: original, entertaning and offers great challenges in some parts of it. Sometimes it has issues that affect the experience, but this does not mean that you cannot enjoy this game.

Mass Effect: Andromeda (PC) – 9

20 March 2017


Mass Effect: Andromeda is a great proyect by BioWare and it is a stunning experience. Amazing narrative and plot, a true feeling of exploration and a very dynamic combat system. Even though its animations may not be the best ones, this game offers hours and hours of action and entertainment.

Super Bomberman R (Nintendo Switch) – 8

18 March 2017


Super Bomberman R is the game that Switch needed at its begining. Quick plays and lots of action with your friends in a very entertaining game that brings back the nostalgia.

Styx: Shards of Darkness (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

16 March 2017


Shards of Darkness is a fine sequel to the unexpected and great Master of Shadows. It’s more ambitious, but this results in some other aspects not feeling as polished as they should.

Danganronpa 1.2 Reload (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

13 March 2017


Danganronpa 1.2 Reload brings together two amazing visual novels with a story full of mystery, murders and incredible plot twists.

Slain: Back from Hell (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

12 March 2017


Slain: Back From Hell features action and 2D plattforms with a Castlevania like style and lots of potential. Even though it has a great artistic design, it has some issues with the gameplay mechanics and some bugs.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch) – 10

9 March 2017


A wonderful experience is what awaits for the player of this piece of art. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a must.have and it represents a new era for the saga.

1-2 Switch (Nintendo Switch) – 7

8 March 2017


Amazing features of the Joy-Con in these mini-games- However, only a few of them are really entertaining and Nintendo could have done better with this brand new social game.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

7 March 2017


Ghost Recon: Wildlands is not a perfect game, but it is outstanding when it comes to its gameplay experience and every player of action and stealth games should not miss.

Just Dance 2017 (Nintendo Switch) – 7.5

5 March 2017


A new installment of an endless franchise. A funny game when played with other people, but the Unlimited does not have its full potential and there are some issues with the movement tracking.

NieR: Automata (PlayStation 4) – 10

3 March 2017


NieR Automata is the ultimate JRPG, mixing perfectly this genre with the Hack n’ Slash style. It succeeds in every aspect: A complex and deep story, beautiful design and a unique style. This game is a true masterpiece.

The Hunter: Call of the Wild (PC) – 7

2 March 2017


The Hunter: Call of the Wild aims to be the perfect hunting game thanks to aspects that has improved from its prequel,  but it is not very consistent and has some bugs that affect the gameplay.

Horizon Zero Dawn (PlayStation 4) – 9.3

20 February 2017


Horizon Zero Dawn was as good as everbody expected. A powerful narrative and a solid gameplay make this Guerrilla game one of the best titles that 2017 has to offer.

HUSK (PC) – 3

19 February 2017


HUSK is full of technical issues and bugs that affect the progress of the story. Great setting but very poor execution. Unplayable.

How To Survive 2 (PlayStation 4) – 7

19 February 2017


How To Survive 2 follows the path of its previous installment and, without much inovation, brings a new and funny game that focuses on playing with friends and having a good time.

Halo Wars 2 (Xbox One) – 9

16 February 2017

Halo Wars 2 brings back the RTS genre for the console players. Featuring a very direct and not complex action, this game is accessible for everybody who wants to try this kind of games.

For Honor (PlayStation 4) – 9

15 February 2017


For Honor is one of the best multiplayer experiences of the recent years, offering a well-balanced combat system and stunning graphics that reflect the potential of the current generation.

Sniper Elite 4 (PlayStation 4) – 8

13 February 2017


Sniper Elite 4 comes back to the top of the war stealth games. Great variety of possibilities and non-stop action with a very good recreation of Italy. Definitively, it is worth a try.

Digimon World: Next Order (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

13 February 2017


Digimon World: Next Order offers a great amount of hours of entertainment, especially for the fans of the franchise. A good combat system but a very weak plot.

Brut@l (PC) – 6.5

9 February 2017


Brut@l is entertaining, but it is not a great game. This Stormcloud Games proyect has been too ambitious and due to that it has not succeeded in any concrete aspect.

Tales of Berseria (PlayStation 4) – 9

6 February 2017


Tales of Berseria is one of the best japanese role games that PlayStation 4 has to offer. It features an amazing story with a duration of at least 60 hours. This is how this genre of games should always be.

Nioh (PlayStation 4) – 8.7

2 February 2017


Nioh aims to be the best action RPG of this year. Featuring a great combat system and beautifully designed maps and bosses, this game will be a challenge for all the experienced players of this genre.

Diluvion (PC) – 6.5

1 February 2017


Diluvion brings submarine post-apocaliptic exploration based on the Jules Verne novel, but fails on multiple aspects when the game is running. Very good ideas but not a great performance.

Earthlock: Festival of Magic (PC) – 6.5

31 January 2017


Earthlock has very fresh and new ideas, but it does not really fit in the classic RPG genre. It is visually attractive, although the game seems a little bit seems to go to waste on multiple occasions.

Rise & Shine (PC) – 6.5

29 January 2017


Rise & Shine tries to constantly use nods to other games, which is really repetitive sometimes. Good ideas on many occasions, but poorly performed in multiple times during its short duration.

The Sims 4: Vampires (PC) – 7

23 January 2017


The Sims 4. Vampires is a very complete expansion pack that brings new mechanics and fun to the base game and give a sinister touch to The Sims 4 that surely the players will like.

Gravity Rush 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

10 January 2017


Kat’s new adventures will leave you out of breath thanks to its intensity, its beautiful graphic design and the fact that with every new installment, Gravity Rush gets better.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier EP.2 (PC) – 8.5

22 December 2016


The second chapter of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier follows the great path of the previous one and Telltale Games delivers a brilliant story that will be seen in the next chapters of the game.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier EP.1 (PC) – 8.5

21 December 2016


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier begins with a very powerful double chapter and Telltale Games makes clear why they are the masters of their own genre. Dynamic, spectacular and fresh are the adjectives that describe this new adventure.

The Crew: Calling All Units (PC) – 6

08 December 2016


Calling All Units is not the expansion that the players were looking for. The chases between the police and players are very repetitive missions. Only the chases in the free mode are entertaining.

Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One) – 7.5

06 December 2016


Dead Rising 4 brings back the fun of its previous installments, but does not risk at all. It needs serious changes in its gameplay mechanics for better results.

The Dwarves (PlayStation 4) – 6

06 December 2016


THQ Nordic and King Art Games bring us The Dwarves, an RPG adaptation of Markus Hetiz’s novels that, despite good ideas, doesn’t live up to its source material albeit its entertaining story.

The Last Guardian (PlayStation 4) – 9.3

05 December 2016


The Last Guardian is not perfect, but those issues are nothing compared to its wonderful gameplay and its beautiful setting. This game and its soundtrack will live forever in the gaming world.

Steep (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

04 December 2016


Steep is a remarkable title thanks to its four sports disciplines, but the open world isn’t well implemented to explore. The best thing about Steep is the creation of challenges.

 Steins;Gate 0 (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

29 November 2016


Steins;Gate 0 continues an incredible legacy with a powerful story and plot twists. It also deals with moral and ethical problems that have a great impact on the player.  

Final Fantasy XV (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

29 November 2016


Square Enix has not been able to claim the throne with Final Fantasy XV. This videogame has lights but also shadows, like having the name of Final Fantasy, which is a huge responsibility, and also shows why not every videogame is meant to have an open world.  

Killing Floor 2 (PlayStation 4) – 7

18 November 2016


This second installment of Killing Floor is a videogame with a strong and marked personality. It is as funny as gory and very entertaining for the fans of online shooters.  

Handball 17 (PlayStation 4) – 6

15 November 2016


Handball 17 is an improvement of its previous installment in many ways, but still has a long way to go in order to be considered a great handball game.  

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization (PlayStation 4) – 8

15 November 2016


This new installment of the Sword Art saga comes to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita with brand new gameplay and great graphics that will be entertaining for the fans of the saga.  

Pokémon Sun & Moon (Nintendo 3DS) – 9

15 November 2016


Pokémon Sun & Moon is a magnificent work from Game Freak. This renewed aspect looks greate and the exotic region of Alola has lots of surprises for the fans. Every detail has been polished and the new gameplay mechanics are great.  

Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection (PlayStation 4) – 8

15 November 2016


Assassin’s Creed returns with the trilogy that featured one of the most charismatic videogame characters and made the saga great. Enhanced graphics for this new generation of consoles, but Ubisoft could have done a much better job with thisremastered version.  

Watch Dogs 2 (PlayStation 4) – 9

14 November 2016


Watch Dogs 2 has meant a great quality improvement compared to its weak predecessor. It features very polished graphics and a great story mode with personality and style.  

Dishonored 2 (PlayStation 4) – 9.5

14 November 2016


Dishonored 2 returns with the formula that brought success to the first installment and makes it better. This game is better, bigger and with more choices. Arkane Studios has delivered a new masterpiece.  

Candle (PC) – 8.5

11 November 2016


Candle is a videogame that does not stay in its artistic beauty, but also has deep gameplay mechanics and a world full of details. One of the best surprises of the year.  

Tyranny (PC) – 8.7

11 November 2016


Tyranny is a must-buy for the players that enjoy the RPG genre. It features thousands of options and a great plot, but with a very abrupt ending that does no good for the player.  

Yesterday Origins (PlayStation 4) – 6.9

9 November 2016


Yesterday Origins is a great graphic adventure with influences from the old ones and with a very interesting story. However, it has some plot holes and a few technical issues.  

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

8 November 2016


A great campaign and a wonderful zombies mode can be entertaining for players that don’t want the online experience, but the multiplayer mode is a complete chaos and a mixture of previous installments.  

Hitman: Episode 6 – Hokkaido (PlayStation 4) – 8

8 November 2016


This sixth chapter of Hitman is a really good ending for this first season. In this chapter, the stealth is highly important and is more rewarding than complete and total action, just like in the old Hitman games.  

Ginger: Beyond the Crystal (PlayStation 4) – 6.9

5 November 2016


Ginger: Beyond the Crystal is a very good plattforming game that has the essence of the classics and aims to entertain both kids and grown-ups.  

Earth’s Dawn (PlayStation 4) – 7

3 November 2016


Earth’s Dawn is the perfect example of a videogame with good ideas. It is entertaining, however, it does not achieve the goal to become a big installment in the genre. It is good, but not great.  

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars Ultimate Edition (PlayStation 4) – 4

1 November 2016


The remastered version of Air Conflicts: Secret Wars for PlayStation 4 is a very weak work, due to a very simple improvement of the graphics that were used 5 years ago and adding nothing more.  

TheElder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition (PC) – 7

31 October 2016


This remastered version of Skyrim includes a graphical improvement similar to the PC version with HD mods. The console version includes mods support, but this is not enough for Bethesda to sell this remastered game as a full-price version for the consoles.

The Sims 4: City Living (PC) – 5.5

31 October 2016


City Living is a weak expansion for The Sims 4. Even though its ideas and base are good, Maxis has not reached the goal of creating a good quality DLC.

Dragan Ball Xenoverse 2 (PlayStation 4) – 6.9

29 October 2016


Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the sequel of the first installment that does not bring anything new to the Dragon Ball saga. Disappointing and not living up to the expectations, DBX2 is not what the fans of the saga wanted. 

Civilization VI (PC) – 10

28 October 2016


Civilization VI has reached the perfection inside the turn based strategy genre. Complex, addictive and with a very strong personality, Firaxis wants us to stay hundreds of hours in front of the PC.

Titanfall 2 (PlayStation 4) – 9

27 October 2016


Titanfall 2 improves every multiplayer aspect of its previous installment and features a short but intense single player campaign. This game is a revolution is the first person shooter genre. 

World of Final Fantasy (PlayStation 4) – 7.8

25 October 2016


Square Enix comes back with World of Final Fantasy, a brand new RPG adventure that features some very fresh gameplay mechanics that are new in the saga. A game worth the try and very enjoyable. 

Mario Party: Star Rush (Nintendo 3DS) – 6.7

22 October 2016


Mario Party: Star Rush is a game with great parts and weak parts, which results in a very entertaining game for a few hours, but it will fail to entertain the player more time due to its lack of variety. 

H1Z1: King of the Kill (PC) – 7

18 October 2016


H1Z1: King of the Kill is another represantation of the Hunger Games and its perfect to play with friends. Even though its performance is not the best, H1Z1 is a very complete survival game. 

Battlefield 1 (PC) – 9.2

17 October 2016


Battlefield 1 has become one of the greatest shooters based on the World War, featuring a very complete story mode, a well polished multiplayer and a soundtrack that will be remembered in the future. One of the must-buy in this videogame genre.

Skylanders Imaginators  (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

14 October 2016


Skylanders Imaginators introduces at last the character customization, which gives the player lots of possibilities and entertainment. Apart from this and the Skylanders Supercharger, there are no other improvements in this new installment.

Shadow Warrior 2 (PC) – 8

13 October 2016


Shadow Warrior 2 arrives with a very powerful gameplay, more explict violence and a story that is longer than the player would expect coming from a kind of game like this.

Mother Russia Bleeds (PC) – 7

12 October 2016


Mother Russia Bleeds reaches its entertainment goals. Even though there are some issues in its gameplay that affect the game negatively, we find ourselves with a great beat ‘em up videogame.

Mafia III (PlayStation 4) – 6

10 October 2016


Mafia III has a very powerful begining, but fails when the player advances in the game. The only part that can be seen as great is its story, but the tremendous graphic and gameplay issues make this game a deception.

Ride 2 (PlayStation 4) – 8

7 October 2016


An excellent videogame that is outstanding in the driving genre. It features very polished gameplay mechanics and a enormous amount of content. Besides, it has improved greatly its visuals, even though the online mode is still very traditional.

Gears of War 4 (Xbox One) – 9

6 October 2016


The new installment of the Gears of War saga is just what the fans were expecting after Judgment. Even though its story mode is a bit short, its gameplay mechanics and graphics will make you fall in love with Gears of War 4.

Homefront: The Voice of Freedom (PC) – 4.5

5 October 2016


The Voice of Freedom is just a dull add-on to a story that does not need it. This first DLC brings no innovation and we hope that the next one has more action in it.

Aragami (PlayStation 4) – 7

4 October 2016


Aragami is an interesting stealth game that takes the best features from the great games of the genre, without adding new stuff, thus creating a beautiful and enjoyable videogame.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (Nintendo 3DS) – 7

3 October 2016


Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is a complete and entertaining game that brings back Sonic to the right way. However, there are some elements and issues that do not have a possitive effect on its gameplay.

Lichtspeer (PC) – 6.5

29 September 2016


Lichtspeer is a videogame that lacks the synergy between its different aspects, making it a mere arcade game. This videogame is entertaining, but it needs a style of its own in order to trascend.

Virginia (PC) – 8.5

28 September 2016


Virginia offers one of the best plots in the modern videogame industry and features an OST that can be only compared to a beautiful journey. Even though its duration is too short, every player that enjoys a narrative game should give it a try.

FIFA 17 (Xbox One) – 7.5

27 September 2016


Apart from the new graphic engine and some new game modes, FIFA 17 does not innovate and shows itself as a slightly better copy of FIFA 16. Not even the new graphic engine can live up to the expectations that the players had for the movements and facial expression.

Zenith (PlayStation 4) – 4.5

24 September 2016


This videogame is practically broken on PlayStation 4 and its story relies only on a very dull humor. Its graphics are too old to be featured in a game of this generation.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (PlayStation 4) – 5

23 September 2016


Pro Evolution 2017 is not a step forward in the evolution of the series. Apart from the huge lack of licenses, Konami has not added new game modes in order to keep the franchise fresh. Besides, the online mode is a mess and gives very negative vibes.

Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors (PlayStation Vita) – 7.5

23 September 2016


This new title from Ichi Software comes to the West marked by its censorship. However, its dungeons and how well this game uses the controls of the PlayStation Vita will give you hours and hours of entertainment.

Dead Rising Triple Pack (Xbox One) – 6.8

22 September 2016


Dead Rising Triple Pack is a great remastered version of the original videogames. Their graphics are smoother and with a better resolution, thus creating a better version.

The Bunker (PC) – 7.5

21 September 2016


The Bunker is an incredible thriller, well recorded and with a soundtrack that lives up to the expectations. It features a intriguing story that gets better as the player advances in the game. The Bunker achieves its goals.

Forza: Horizon 3 (Xbox One) – 9.2

20 September 2016


Forza Horizon 3 has become one of the best driving games of all time. Playground Games has delivered a unique experience that will make you play for hours and hours just to enjoy this driviing feeling. This game continues with its previous style, but if it is not broke, do not fix it

LEGO Dimensions (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

19 September 2016


LEGO Dimensions blows up the forth wall and makes a real interaction between the game and the player. This game marks the beginning of a great era for the LEGO videogames and their gameplay.

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

14 September 2016


Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is a great introduction for the players that are not used to the visual novel genre. Its story has some Minority Report elements and it is without a doubt the strongest aspect of the game.

ReCore (Xbox One) – 8

12 September 2016


ReCore features the essence of many popular genres and mixes them into a charismatic and promising videogame. Although it needs some polishing for its bugs, it is a really entertaining title.

The Tomorrow Children (PlayStation 4) – 6

11 September 2016


The Tomorrow Children is a very unique game. The cooperation, its content and its visual style are the strong points. However, the lack of tasks to do can make this game too boring for the players that are not really into the MMO genre.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice (Nintendo 3DS) – 9

08 September 2016


Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice expands further the Ace Attorney world, with new mechanics, a better investigation system and a lot of old acquaintances that most of the fans missed in the last games.

Resident Evil 4 (Xbox One) – 5.5

05 September 2016


Resident Evil 4 is far from being a good remastered version for the current generation consoles. Capcom could have done much better.

Among the Sleep (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

04 September 2016


Among the Sleep features a very interesting story with a great plot twist, but it fails to deliver a good quality survival horror game. The duration is too short for this kind of story and it does not reach a good level of fear for a horror game.

Fallout 4: Nuka-World (PC) – 7.7

02 September 2016


Nuka-World is the last expansion of Fallout 4, which features a great map and new gameplay elements. However, the story of this DLC is too weak to be considered a great quality expansion. If you have enjoyed playing Fallout 4, Nuka-World will give you more hours of entertainment.

World of Warcraft: Legion (PC) – 8.5

01 September 2016


This new expansion of World of Warcraft, Blizzard’s flagship, comes with tons of epic battles and an intensity that lives up to the expectations of the players. The new setting of the game is marvelous and will keep you in front of your screen for a huge amount of time.

Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

30 August 2016


Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet features the essence of the saga and its redesign makes it a wonderful videogame. If you like this genre, you will find here an entertaining and challenging game.

Champions of Anteria (PC) – 8

30 August 2016


This game mixes perfectly strategy with role playing. Its progression system is very complete and the story that it features is funny and interesting.

UNO (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

29 August 2016


The popular board game comes again with a lots of fun, entertainment and its unique style. If you enjoyed playing it with your friends, you will really like this videogame version.

Attack on Titan (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

26 August 2016


Attack on Titan is an excelent game and the best one published by Koei Tecmo. Its gameplay mechanics are perfect, as well as its design. This game is a must-buy for the fans of the manga/anime.

F1 2016 (PlayStation 4) – 8

25 August 2016


F1 2016 improved all the bad elements that were in F1 2015. Thanks to its recreation and positive feelings at the wheel, F1 2016 turns out to be one of the best games of the franchise.

Assetto Corsa (PlayStation 4) – 9

25 August 2016


Kunos Simulazioni successfully moved the game to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, its a game completely focused on the simulation and that promises to be a benchmark in the genre.

Madden 17 (Xbox One) – 9

22 August 2016


Madden 17 is probably the best american football game ever made. It does not feature a lot of innovation compared to previous games, but the ones that it has are perfect.

The King of Fighters XIV (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

22 August 2016


The famous fighting saga comes back with a renewed aspect and brings back the gameplay mechanics that made these games great. The King of Fighters XIV is a very entertaining game for the fans of the genre, even though the graphics could run better on the PlayStation 4.

Worms W.M.D. (PC) – 8

22 August 2016


Team 17’s famous worms come back again with one of their best action and strategy installments. This 2D game features lots of improvements and a nostalgic touch that will be liked by most of the players.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PC) – 8.5

19 August 2016


Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is one of the best games of 2016, featuring an astonishing artistic design, a detailed universe and marvellous gameplay mechanics. However, its plot could have been more intense and less conservative.

Battleship (Xbox One) – 6.5

18 August 2016


Battleship is a game with fancy graphics and some innovative ideas, but it doesn’t stand out in any aspect. A game for fans only.

Bound (PlayStation 4) – 9

15 August 2016


Bound follows the path of Journey but with its own innovations. A very intimate story, entertaining platform gameplay and an outstanding graphic design make this Santa Monica’s game a must-buy for the PlayStation 4 players.

Grow Up (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

15 August 2016


Grow Up is a videogame that is perfect for our eyes, but not for our controllers. Its mechanics are rough and difficult to get used to. However, this is a great sequel for Grow Home.

Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode 1 (PC) – 6.5

14 August 2016


Telltale comes back again with their same formula for Batman: The Telltale Series. This first episode is pretty dull, but ends with a promising ending that opens the door for innovation.


No Man’s Sky (PlayStation 4) – 8.5

13 August 2016


No Man’s Sky is the fulfilled promise that had been made by Hello Games a year ago. We face an infinite universe and a very well developed and deep story, even though the gameplay mechanics could have been more elaborated.


Bohemian Killing (PC) – 4

11 August 2016


Bohemian Killing is the perfect example of a great idea which has been carried out in a terrible way. Poor mechanics and graphics and a lot of bugs that are an obstacle for this game.


RISK: Urban Assault (PlayStation 4) – 5.5

10 August 2016


RISK: Urban Assault adapts the board game to the consoles so that we can enjoy it playing it with friends. However, if you play alone, you will find that the AI is terrible in this game.


The Land of Eyas (PC) – 7.5

9 August 2016


The Land of Eyas has rediscovered the classic mechanics of platform videogames. Go up and down with the gravity and join Eyas in his adventure to go back home.


Overcooked (PC) – 9

8 August 2016


Overcooked is a game that could lead the return of the good old couch party games. The kitchens in this game can bring a real chaos to your home, but also lots of fun for you and your best friends.


Starbound (PC) – 8

7 August 2016


Starbound is a must-buy for the PC players due to the huge amount of hours of entertainment that this game can give. A enormous universe, a great variety of tools and a game full of possibilities.


GalGun: Double Peace (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

5 August 2016


GalGun: Double Peace is an interesting videogame based on anime gal games, which also features the simplest plot ever. It’s as enjoyable as repetitive and absurd.

Kelvin and the Infamous Machine (PC) – 7

4 August 2016


Kelvin and the Infamous Machine is an old-school graphic adventure which will give you hours of entertainment with its jokes, puns and classic “point and click” gameplay.


Adr1ft (PlayStation 4) – 7

3 August 2016


Adr1ft has everything that a walking simulator should have and gives us the entire outer space to dive into. This game will reach its true potential when PlayStation VR comes out.

ABZÛ (PlayStation 4) – 8.7

2 August 2016


ABZÛ is a wonderful experience that follows the path of games such as Flower or Journey, where we play to feel. This is an almost perfect masterpiece which should be played by everyone.

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

1 August 2016


Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is a dull game due to the fact that Compile Heart has not explored more ways in the role genre. Until then, their games still feel like they are all the same.

Shattered Skies (PC) – 5

31 July 2016


This survival has a solid base and an interesting concept which differ from the zombie survivals that we are used to. However, there are a lot of technical issues that have a negative impact on the gameplay, to the point of making it unplayable.

The Division: The Underground (PC) – 8.5

28 July 2016


The first huge DLC of The Division lives up to the hype by recreating perfectly New York’s underground and improving the combat system. The tension is always present in this setting and Ubisoft has given us one of their best DLC, which gives more life to The Division.

Fallout 4: Vault-Tec Workshop (PC) – 6.5

28 July 2016


Vault-Tec Workshop is a DLC aimed at construction that has included a copule of missions just to fill the empty spaces. Even though its content is pretty impressive talking about structures and gadgets, it will be useless for the player who seeks for adventures.

Assault Suit Leynos (PlayStation 4) – 6.3

26 July 2016


Assault Suit Leynos comes back with renewed visuals and the same entertaining method as it had 26 years ago. Even though its duration is too short, the fams of the shoot ‘em up genre will be really pleased with this game and its difficulty.

Hunter’s Legacy (PC) – 5

25 July 2016


Hunter’s Legacy features a classic “metroidvania” style and excellent mapping. However, the poor character design and combat system contribute to a very frustrating experience.

Defend Your Crypt (Nintendo 3DS) – 7

22 July 2016


Defend Your Crypt is a puzzle/strategy game that, even though it is not a game meant for everyone, those who like challenging games will enjoy a lot of hours of gameplay fighting the intruders of the pyramid.

Maldita Castilla Ex (Xbox One) – 8.7

19 July 2016


Featuring new levels, bosses and soundtrack, Maldita Castilla Ex has become one of the best arcades of the market.

The Detail (PC) – 6.5

15 July 2016


The Detail is a videogame where the dialogues and its design are the parts that stand out the most. However, the mechanics are so simple that  it can be considered as an interactive comic. 

Anarcute (PC) – 9

15 July 2016


Anarcute is one of the most adorable games you will find this year. Great mechanics, simple and fun gameplay and a music selection that almost everyone will love, but not as much as you will love the little anarchists that are featured in the game. 

Pokemon GO (Android) – 7

15 July 2016


Ingress’ creators have mixed their geolocation concept with the Pokemon franchise that has been the social revolution of this summer. However, it still has a lot of technical issues that hide its great potential. 

Carmageddon: Max Damage (PlayStation 4) – 3

14 July 2016


Carmageddon: Max Damage ended being a new attempt to give us back the fun we had in the game that started the saga. However, it has a lot of technical issues, and there is too much to improve. 

Dex (PlayStation 4) – 7

11 July 2016


Dex is an 2D RPG with a Cyberpunk style that will entertain the players that enjoy the futurist settings. Its open world and its charisma make a quite enjoyable game. 

Sengoku Jidai: Shadow of the Shogun (PC) – 7.5

7 July 2016


Sengoku Jidai: Shadow of the Shogun is a turn-based strategy game that is very demanding for the player, but it rewards you with very funny gameplay and its historical accuracy. 

Resident Evil 5 (Xbox One) – 5

6 July 2016


This remastered version of Resident Evil 5 has not changed even a bit. The graphics are still the same as in the original one, 7 years ago. This “remaster” is for the players that have not tried the original. 

So Much Blood (PC) – 7.5

6 July 2016


So Much Blood is an addictive arcade game where blood flows like rivers. It is really entertaining, even though it has some issues in its gameplay. 

Umbrella Corps (PC) – 3

5 July 2016


Umbrella Corps is the most expensive free-to-play that you will find in the market. Not only its gameplay is terrible, but also its online mode does not have anybody to play with, so the game is almost dead by now. Capcom made us cry. 

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (PlayStation 4) – 7.5

5 July 2016


Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII is a very complete strategy videogame that features an absolute control over the elements such as the battles or the alliances. However, its graphic engine is not enough to keep the game running perfectly.  

N.E.R.O. (PlayStation 4) – 3

4 July 2016


N.E.R.O. relies on philosophical lessons in order to create its story, but in terms of gameplay it feels too clumsy and simple.  

Kholat (PlayStation 4) – 8

4 July 2016


This thrilling story will keep you at the edge of your seat and will leave you wanting to know more about these events. Kholat won’t disappoint the fans of the genre and is worth a try.  

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (PlayStation 4) – 6.5

2 July 2016


Star Ocean returns with its fifth installment, but after 20 years its evolution has not been quite good. The AI is terrible, the mechanics are really repetitive and the story is pretty dull. Only the players that enjoy the classic JRPG games will have fun with this one.

Scourge of War: Waterloo (PC) – 6.5

1 July 2016


The fans of the historical strategy and tactical games can find entertainment here. Its level of detail, both on the armies and the settings, and its multiplayer are the strong points. However, there are still some optimization issues and it is too demanding for the casual player.

7 Days to Die (PlayStation 4) – 3.5

1 July 2016


7 Days to Die has resulted in an infamous port from the PC game. It still features some good ideas like crafting or the combat system, but the technical aspect is full of bugs and graphic issues.  

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PlayStation 4) – 8

29 June 2016


LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens is a complete success for TT Games. It achieves to be liked by every kind of player and is a great adaptation from the movie. There are tons of locked content that can be unlocked if you spend more time in the game 

Planar Conquest (PC) – 4.5

29 June 2016


Planar Conquest is a strategy game with a classic touch but a low graphic quality. This game and its price cannot compete with other installments of the genre that are much better for a lower price.

The Technomancer (PlayStation 4) – 8

28 June 2016


The Technomancer is a complicated old-school game, but its content is very rich and it features a complete combat system and a well developed atmosphere during the whole story.  

Heart&Slash (PlayStation 4) – 8

24 June 2016


One of the best rogue-like games that you can play nowadays that features a perfect recreation of the third dimension. This game will certainly entertain you and challenge you again and again.

Last Days of Old Earth (PC) – 7

24 June 2016


Last Days of Old Earth brings a classic strategy gameplay combined with an interesting card system. The fans of the genre surely will enjoy it, but it is too complicated for the players that have not tried this kind of games.

Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir (PlayStation 4) – 9.5

23 June 2016

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