Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

- Playstation 5
- Xbox Series X
- Nintendo Switch Oled
- Windows PC
- Nintendo 3DS
- Playstation Vita
- Powkiddy V90

PSN: LeonardoMF93
Xbox: LeonardoMF93
Nintendo Switch: SW-2709-7695-7967

"Played" or "completed" games means beaten.

Finished games in:
- 2023: 38 games
- 2022: 43 games
- 2021: 45 games
- 2020: 50 games

Special games:
- Super Mario 3D World (Wii U) was my finished game #100
- The Last of Us: Part II (PS4) was my finished game #200
- Pokémon Violet (Switch) was my finished game #300
Personal Ratings


GOTY '23

Participated in the 2023 Game of the Year Event

Gone Gold

Received 5+ likes on a review while featured on the front page


Mentioned by another user

2 Years of Service

Being part of the Backloggd community for 2 years


Gained 750+ total review likes

GOTY '22

Participated in the 2022 Game of the Year Event


Gained 300+ total review likes


Gained 100+ followers


Gained 100+ total review likes

Well Written

Gained 10+ likes on a single review

Trend Setter

Gained 50+ followers

Busy Day

Journaled 5+ games in a single day

On Schedule

Journaled games once a day for a week straight


Gained 15+ followers


Gained 10+ total review likes


Created 10+ public lists


Created a list folder with 5+ lists


Liked 50+ reviews / lists

Best Friends

Become mutual friends with at least 3 others


Found the secret ogre page


Voted for at least 3 features on the roadmap


Gained 3+ followers


Played 250+ games


Played 100+ games

Favorite Games

Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64
Persona 5
Persona 5
The Last of Us Part I
The Last of Us Part I
Heavy Rain
Heavy Rain


Total Games Played


Played in 2024


Games Backloggd

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Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2
Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2

Jan 31

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Reunion
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Reunion

Jan 28


Jan 20

Persona 5 Tactica
Persona 5 Tactica

Jan 17

Pikmin 4
Pikmin 4

Dec 28

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Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 is a 2D shooter platformer that allows players to assume the role of Vinnie, an old Mafia member still grappling with the consequences of the events in the first game.

While clearly inspired by games like Contra, Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 is not as challenging as the classics it draws inspiration from. In fact, the game is easier than its franchise predecessor.

The gameplay has seen significant improvements compared to the first game. Players must navigate through stages, simultaneously encountering zombies and Mafia members who open fire. The screen is filled with various elements, requiring players to skillfully eliminate enemies while avoiding getting hit. The gameplay surpasses that of the initial game in the franchise, which I found perfect at the time.

The story serves as a sequel to the first game, and newcomers may feel completely lost without having played it before. I highly recommend experiencing the first installment as it is genuinely humorous and entirely sarcastic. However, if you choose not to, the engaging gameplay should suffice to keep you interested until the end.

The art maintains its high quality with a cartoon design that complements the game's vibe. No significant changes have been made from the first game, and I appreciate that.

Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 stands out as a commendable sequel—a short, incredibly enjoyable game that is worth every penny.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Reunion is a remaster of the game originally released for the PSP. It's an action RPG that tells the story before the events of Final Fantasy VII.

As a remaster, I can say it is a really well-done job. Even after 15 years, the developers took the original game and did a great job adapting it to modern days.

The visuals don't look outdated at all. It could easily be a game released today with a slightly smaller budget. It seems like they used some assets from the remake of Final Fantasy VII, although there's a significant difference between this prequel and the main title.

Regarding the gameplay, I can say that the combat is really enjoyable. The regular fights are quite easy, and you may encounter some difficulty with a few bosses, but nothing to worry about. It's almost like a 3D fighting game; you'll be walking through the stage and encounter enemies, triggering battles.

There are some RPG features that could make character development a bit more complex, but they're not necessary to progress in the game. You just need some basic knowledge about this system to enjoy the game.

As for the story, I really liked it. I never had contact with the original release or the original Final Fantasy VII. I only played the Final Fantasy VII remake before, and I can say that Crisis Core will be very important to the upcoming games of this remake era.

The characters are fun and charismatic, and the story kept me invested throughout.

I played on Nintendo Switch, and the developers did an amazing job with this version. I didn't encounter any problems during my gameplay.

In conclusion, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Reunion is a great opportunity to introduce this game to a new audience, like myself. It's a really fun game and probably an important story for the next parts of the remake era of Final Fantasy VII.

Writing about Immortality is extremely challenging. It's unlike anything else out there, and discussing its gameplay too much could spoil the experience. Rest assured, I'll steer clear of anything that might ruin it for you.

I can begin by explaining that Immortality is a blend of a game and an interactive movie, featuring real people.

The game begins with a video featuring an actress on a talk show. Within the first few minutes, you realize that by pausing the video and selecting a person or object, a new video will start, similar to your selection. Your task is to unlock new videos by doing this.

As you unlock new videos, you're introduced to the life and career of Marissa Marcel, a talented actress. Her story is compelling and well-crafted.

I can't reveal much more, as even how to progress in the game is a spoiler. It's not very clear to the player how to move forward. At some point, I felt satisfied with the experience and understood what I needed to do, but still struggled with how to finish. Towards the end, I became fatigued and eager to complete it.

I played the iOS version and found the controls to be unreliable at times. There was a particular video where I knew what I needed to select, but it took me about 20 minutes to do it correctly. I wouldn't recommend this version, to be honest.

One more thing to note is that the game contains explicit scenes, including nudity and sexual content, so be prepared for that.

In summary, Immortality offers a unique experience despite some minor issues. I wish the game offered clearer guidance on what the player needs to do and was a bit shorter. Nonetheless, I recommend playing it on a PC or console, avoiding the mobile version.