Reseña: Mario Party Superstars, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Voice of Cards, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, Disco Elysium y Philips Hue Blanco

Mario Party Superstars, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles, Voice of Cards, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut y los Focos inteligentes Philips Hue Blanco, they are the best video game and gadgets that you can enjoy these days, so no matter what genre is your favorite, there is something for everyone and these reviews will tell you what you can expect from them.

Mario Party Superstars

Maybe we all know that Mario Party It is a title with a series of minigames, so it goes without saying what it is about. but unlike its predecessors, this time Nintendo picked 100 of the best we’ve enjoyed since the first 10 installments when he created the franchise for the Nintendo 64.

Although it is also enjoyable in single player mode, as its name says how good it is when you try it in the company of friends and family Well that’s where the real party begins.

But it does not only take up the minigames, since it also take back some boards and reimagine them adding new dynamics that give a fresh touch to this delivery.

On this occasion we will not be forced to use the motion controls or the gyroscope, something that we would have liked even if it was to have the option and we decide if we did it or not, so everything is with pressing buttons.

In addition to the addition that we can play it online with people and friends from anywhere in the world, it gives it a plus, because in these times we often cannot meet them at home, we can enjoy remote games.

SIf you are a fan of the Mario Party franchise feel free to take a look. We give it a rating of 7.5 out of 10. Available on Switch.

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles

It is a fighting game and adaptation of the hit anime series to the video games that unfolds in the eight chapters that many have surely seen on television and in the movies.

By reliving everything we have seen, it can be said that it is a fan service so that you can fill the gap in the new season. The story mode the game system is somewhat linear, without much freedom to explore and with a bit of abuse of the narration of what happens with images, it is thus respecting the art of anime to perfection.

If you have patience with the story mode you can unlock the 18 fighters because at the beginning you only have 4, each with their own ability.

About experience in fights, They are action packed and the special moves look amazing, so you will want to see everyone’s, whenever you have the opportunity, and with basic and simple controls that anyone can master.

If you like the Demon Slayer series and you want more of it, it is a very good option, otherwise there are many more fighting games that may meet expectations. We give it a rating of 7 out of 10. Available on Xbox Series X / S, One, PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC.

Voice of Cards

This is a traditional turn-based RPG with cards, whose story begins with Queen Nilla recruiting heroes who dare to kill a dragon that endangers the kingdom, so 3 members of the Ivory Order, offer to fulfill the mission. It is there that we take the role of Ash and Mar, a monster who seeks the reward, mission to which other characters join.

All this, is represented with letters, something that makes the game somewhat monotonous and boring because it is also quite easy to defeat enemies, something that the developers promised to fix with an update.

What is fun is the dialogues since it shows that those who did it are experts in this storytelling because they do it masterfully.

If you like strategy games and cards It will surely be a game that you will enjoy, but you should know that it is not very long like what we are used to in the genre, but if you ignore that detail maybe you can enjoy it. We give it a rating of 6.5 out of 10. Available on PS4, Switch, and PC.

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

It is a party fighting game with many of the Nickelodeon stars, Spongebob, Rugrats, Cat Dog, Avatar and many more in which the main task you will have is to have fun taking your opponents off the stage.

Technically it looks like a game from the last generation and music is something that might not be there and you would not realize it. But where it does have very good hits, it is not only a copy of Smash Bros, since although it takes all the best of said franchise, puts his own touch on it.

Battles are fun, but we would have liked even more characters and settings, as well as game modes, there is also something that is also missed, and is that the characters do not have dubbing, something that would have made it even more remarkable.

If you like what you’ve seen in the king of this kind of games and you also like cartoons from the 90s, this game is definitely one that you should give a try. We give it a rating of 7 out of 10. Available on Xbox Series X / S, One, PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC.

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

It is one of the great surprises of recent years, an RPG game with immersive narrative, exceptional character development and great gameplay.

Here we take the role of a Careless police officer faced with the task of solving a crime in a city plagued by crime, poverty and corruption to which depending on the skills you choose at the beginning there will be repercussions throughout the game.

The missions are so well planned that sometimes you will not be able to distinguish if the primary or secondary are part or not of the story that the initial problem poses, and therefore there is no moment that you stop enjoying them.

If the new content is added to this, then there is nothing more to say that, although two years have passed since it was originally released, it is still an enjoyable game.

That its dark appearance does not make you misjudge it because in truth it is as good as you have already heard that it was. We give it a rating of 9 out of 10. Available on Xbox, PS4, Switch, and PC, although the version The Final Cut, is available as a novelty in Xbox and Switch.

Philips Hue white smart lights

It is about light bulbs that help to have the home future or smart, because they connect with the WiFi or via Bluetooth and that we can control with our cell phone or tablet or even the voice with the help of speakers like Alexa.

To do this, you just have to install the app, pair them with the Bridge which is a kind of controller that brings it to life and makes everything possible.

There are many possibilities to use it as program the light for wake, to go to to sleep and even, control it if you are not at home or lower the brightness, either through the app or with the aforementioned devices that have control from voice.

It is undoubtedly one of the best options to achieve the promised future of having a smart home in a simple way.

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