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8.00 to 8.99
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4.00 to 5.99
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While Minoria is far from perfect, it does show a lot of promise for future titles. Minoria is not connected to the Momodora for a few reasons, but it’s clear Bombservice wanted to try some new things within the Metroidvania framework and it succeeds in some aspects but needs work in others. If anything, Minoria makes me excited for a Minoria 2, where a lot of the wrinkles are ironed out and all of the gameplay mechanics gel together better.
Despite Minoria not being in my typical realm of games, I was pleasantly surprised by its entertainment value. The attention to detail was terrific, especially in the background. I appreciated the challenge my mind had in combat, especially when facing the bosses. I would greatly recommend it for gamers looking for voyages of this fashion.
For the spiritual sequel of the Momodora games, Minoria doesn't really do much to separate itself from them, or add some new mechanics. For some that won't be a problem. Those thirty for more of the same will definitely enjoy this short, marvellously gloomy, and pleasantly unforgiving journey. Undoubtedly, it has a pretty strong, unique charm, and it's far from mediocre, but it's safe to say that much better metroidvania alternatives exist out there.
Es innegable que Minoria representa un paso adelante de estos desarrolladores respecto a sus obras anteriores. Pero además, es un fantástico contendiente de un género que no deja de aportar juegos interesantes al sector, de manera que ha sido capaz de encontrar su propio hueco en el mercado a pesar de las dificultades que ello conlleva. Es muy recomendable para los que busquéis aventuras de este estilo, y los que no podéis echarle un ojo, pues es muy entretenido y está bien hecho.