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Tuesday, August 15

Sine Mora EX Review

Five years ago, Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture, rescued one of those genres that has long been forgotten, the shoot'em up - in this case horizontal. Sine Mora was released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and PS Vita, and a little later on mobile devices. Now, by the hand of THQ Nordic, it returns to more current platforms and some changes in it's version, Sine Mora Ex.

Mr. Shifty Review

Mr. Shifty is a game in aerial perspective, following the wake of the well-known Hotline Miami, although the comparisons are odious, and more with the title of Dennaton Games. The main character has the ability to teleport as if Goku was, to dodge enemy bullets or just move behind the enemy to destroy it with a super punch.

Our mission is to win the access in a building, destroy and overcome all kinds of tests, whether enemies with shotguns, flamethrowers, machine guns, lasers, rockets ... plant to plant of the building we will find new challenges each more difficult, until catching the enemy of the game, Dr.Stone. It's teleportation that makes Mr. Shifty unique and gives him that personality that moves him away from the already named Hotline Miami. Apart from this great power, we have the bullet time, which will be charged by punching, and will activate when we dodge a bullet at the last moment.

Saturday, August 12

Demetrios: The BIG Cynical Adventure Review

The genre Point and click isn't the most famous or the most abundant in consoles. Certainly there are very few games of that style: passing from the wonderful Thimbleweed Park, backward compatibilities like the Monkey Island, and the one that occupies us today, to cite a few examples. If I am honest to you (speaking for me, as writer) I am not very fond of this type of games, to tell you the truth, I have played many, but i have only finished a couple of them ... And I must say that few time, I have regretted more than not playing a type of game that with this one. Why? Keep reading.

Monday, July 31

Conga Master Review

A wedding without conga isn't a wedding. And if you need to practice, nothing better than Conga Master. Well, perhaps this independent game of the Spanish study, Undercoders, isn't the best dance school in the world, but of course it's one of those surprise indies that leave a better impression than you expected.

Monday, July 24

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

What remains of Edith Finch is the first videogame published by Annapurna Interactive, a producer and accustomed to give us good cinema with it's film division. Now, they have entered into the world of videogames, and how! What remains of Edith Finch is the quintessence of Walking Simulator, the summit of a genre often subject to a motion for being an interactive film. After the unfinished Swan, title that many consider prequel to Edith Finch, The giant sparrow is confirmed as one of the great indie studies of the moment, able to take a step beyond the narrative and lay the basis for a new leap within the genre . Don't miss it, it's one of the video games of the year.

Saturday, July 22

DeadCore Review

DeadCore is a game that behind its fantastic presentation, sound, and graphics hides a frustrating gameplay experience only for the most hardcore gamers. It starts off challenging but rewarding but unfortunately devolves quickly into a game that tries too hard to be difficult just so it can say it is. If you're a hardcore gamer this isn't a problem but for anyone else it creates an unenjoyable game.

Thursday, July 20

AereA Review

AereA is a colorful Action RPG that comes from the hands of Triangle Studios. It's a beautiful affair with a lot of music, in which your main mission will be to help the old Master Guido in his task of recovering the nine essential instruments, that reestablish the balance in Aezir. We speak of a musical tale that sins of simple in the majority of it's playable proposals, motive that quite tarnishes the final result of the title.

Saturday, July 15

Iron Crypticle Review

The genre of arcade action is in great shape, and in recent years we have enjoyed real gems like The Binding of Isaac or Enter the Gungeon, which have revitalized a somewhat removed genre in the last decade. This is due in large part to the rise of retro trends in the world of video games, which emerge in the form of video games that, somehow or other, honor those titles that offered so many hours of entertainment in the recreational.

Thursday, July 13

Black The Fall Review

Some years ago, Square Enix opened it's "Square Enix Collective", an initiative of the Japanese company, that helps launch independent games that seek financing, and even allows some developers to use their licenses. Now, we get the last fruit of this label, Black The Fall, a game of puzzles and platforms that began it's development in 2014, and that finally reaches our consoles.

Marvel Heroes Omega Review

Dr. Death is back on track. It has been done with the Cosmic Cube and you don't have to be very clever to know that he don't plan anything good. As usual, the most representative heroes of Marvel meet in Mavel Heroes Omega. Together, they will have to protect Earth and humanity from the dark plans of the monarch of Latveria. But Death will not be alone, in his crusade for global conquest, he will be accompanied by the most dangerous villains that the popular comic book factory has created throughout his career. In this way Grim Reaper, Ultron, Green Goblin or Dr. Octopus, among many others, will stand in our way, as well as well-known corporations antagonistic to Sgield, Ima, The Hand or Hydra, which put to the service of Death their Armies, as a prelude to the final boss of each level of this great free-to-play, now in consoles.

Thursday, July 6

Broken Age Review

Tim Schafer, the master of PC graphic adventure, returns to it's origins with Broken Age, a game that recalls the best point and click of the 90s and has an exciting story that will lead us to know the life of Shay and Vella.