Millenium's Scores

  • Games
For 150 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 46% higher than the average critic
  • 9% same as the average critic
  • 45% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 2.6 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Game review score: 77
Highest review score: 98 Death Stranding
Lowest review score: 25 Generation Zero
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 97 out of 150
  2. Negative: 1 out of 150
150 game reviews
    • 86 Metascore
    • 85 Critic Score
    With Desperados III, Mimimi brilliantly relaunches the license by going back to the roots of the genre. We would have appreciated a little more variety in the opposing ranks and more polished cinematics. However, the western atmosphere of the title, its seductive scenery, the constantly renewed gameplay and the perfectly tuned level design quickly make us forget these little details. In addition, the multiple challenges offer a great replayability.
    • 94 Metascore
    • 95 Critic Score
    To put it simply, The Last of Us 2 succeeds in achieving excellence in everything it does. Its poignant story, with strong themes, is well-paced, the gameplay thoroughly reworked, allowing the rage of its heroine to express itself, all wrapped in the most elegant of bows. Far beyond the simple, unfounded sequel that some feared, TLOU2 marks the expansion of the universe linked to Ellie and Joel's first adventures thanks to a new, emotionally-charged and challenging quest. The latest Naughty Dog title undoubtedly ranks among the best titles on the PS4.
    • 83 Metascore
    • 74 Critic Score
    Command & Conquer Remastered Collection is a great makeover of 2 cult games by fans, for fans. You can feel the love of the developers, old and new, as they offer all the vintage experience to modern gamers, with serious comfort gains and many options to adapt it to different player profiles. All this without compromising the vintage gameplay or its difficulty, and with better music than ever before. On the other hand, however, it might discourage many players with its outdated graphics, its peculiar old TV movie humor, its pixelated cinematics and its punishing gameplay.
    • 72 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    This remastered version of Mafia II features improved graphics and nice lighting effects, but the title can't deny its age due to the slightly rough and stiff characters. The open world remains limited to the place you're supposed to visit, and NPCs have behaviors that don't necessarily help make them credible. However, the storyline is interesting from the beginning to the end and the thrilling soundtrack of the title help to overcome its small imperfections. And, icing on the cake, the fact that all 3 DLCs are included allows you to enjoy Empire Bay a little more if you found the main adventure too short and want to continue your life as a gangster.
    • 89 Metascore
    • 90 Critic Score
    Ten years later, Xenoblade Chronicles confirms its status as an iconic Japanese RPG: a classic and an excellent reference for all those who would like to see how the genre has evolved since the 16/32-bit golden age. While the battles are quite messy and the visual redesign will probably have an aftertaste of "not enough" for the most demanding players, it's still the best way to discover this masterpiece by Tetsuya Takahashi and Monolith. If you're a first time player, enjoy: titles of this magnitude are far too rare to miss.
    • 70 Metascore
    • 70 Critic Score
    Maneater proves to be a good outlet if you want to feel powerful and reign supreme underwater by terrorizing and devouring humans. The fauna is very well represented and animated, but too much information spoils the charming graphics, and the camera sometimes tends to affect the clarity. The somewhat repetitive aspect of the title is compensated by regions and enemies that are regularly renewed, as well as by an offbeat and mischievous humor.
    • 71 Metascore
    • 67 Critic Score
    Minecraft Dungeons is an accessible dungeon-crawler that will satisfy fans and novices of the genre, young and old. With a very nice sound and graphic atmosphere, the new Mojang game is meant to be a game for everyone, and the challenge has been met. Hardcore gamers may like it a little less because of the lack of content, even if the difficulty is present. In the end, whether played solo or cooperatively, Minecraft Dungeons is a very satisfying game, but it can quickly become redundant. We'll have to see how Mojang and Microsoft will incorporate content updates and new features to make it a long-lasting game.
    • 81 Metascore
    • 77 Critic Score
    Despite its flaws, Gears Tactics should manage to satisfy tacticians and fans of the license, pushing players to be aggressive while showing some finesse. It's a pleasure to play this campaign, which has a correct lifespan. Unfortunately, the strategic dimension is almost non-existent and replayability is really lacking. It's a great game to play on occasion via Gamepass, but probably not one that many will choose to dwell on.
    • 87 Metascore
    • 85 Critic Score
    It's crazy, even though we're playing a game that was created 23 years ago, we still want to forgive it for its youthful mistakes. With its excellent next-gen fighting system and all the iconic sequences of the Midgar arc, enhanced and improved, Final Fantasy VII Remake is a very good title, but is one that unfortunately trips itself up trying to do too much. Hence, its structure which brings us back 10 years back in time, its stammering technique which breaks the immersion, and some dubious additions to the scenario, managed to lower the blissful smile that we would have liked to keep throughout this first episode.
    • 79 Metascore
    • 77 Critic Score
    Resident Evil 3 version 2020 works very well. The adventure will delight action fans without sacrificing what makes the soul of the series, its survival horror side. The atmosphere is amazing, oppressive and reinforced by the constant pressure of the Nemesis, which benefits from a much better AI than Mr. X. The RE Engine is more precise and the music plunges us into a nightmarish universe. However, the adventure is quite simple in its confrontations, thanks to new gameplay mechanics, and won't put your brains to the test. The few puzzles are very basic and the weapons and accessories aren't really hidden, making the single-player adventure very short. Still, we're having a great time with Jill and Carlos, and Capcom proves once again the quality of the Resident Evil license.
    • 93 Metascore
    • 90 Critic Score
    We can't thank Valve enough for finally allowing us to dive back into the heart of City 17, especially with a real game that makes the most of the latest VR technologies and innovations. The recurring loading screens do break the rhythm a bit, but that's probably the price to pay to be able to enjoy such detailed graphics and good animations. The excellent physics management not only increases the immersion level, but allows us to exploit interesting gameplay axes as well. We wished we had a little more weapons, different enemies and the ability to fight with every item available, but hats off anyway.
    • 95 Metascore
    • 88 Critic Score
    When a game as good and rich as Persona 5 returns in an even better form, it's hard not to be impressed. Persona 5 Royal is truly the crown jewel of the license, capable of seducing a new audience with its localisation and introducing them to the J-RPG genre, and even convincing old fans to remake the game despite its length. Almost everything has been improved, the lifespan, interactions, fights, activities and accessibility. We just regret that the owners of the original game don't have the option to buy it as an extension and that the complete game has to be bought back with bonus DLCs.
    • 88 Metascore
    • 84 Critic Score
    DOOM Eternal boosts its gameplay to offer spectacular fights of rare intensity. The dive into the action is instantaneous, and you'll have to shoot, run, jump, and cut the demon in every direction to honor the title of Doom Slayer. It's not easy, but it manages to provide a satisfying experience for different types of players. As a solo player, he delivers what the fans have been asking for, and although the campaign is quickly over, the master levels take care of fleshing it out. If it lives up to its promise, multiplayer should also offer a fantastic opportunity to gut each other with friends, but we couldn't test it this time.
    • 90 Metascore
    • 90 Critic Score
    With fully customizable gameplay and a game experience that changes daily, Animal Crossing New Horizons is the perfect companion for a dream life. Having kept the basics and the principles of the franchise, Nintendo has introduced some great new features that allow even more total immersion in this bubble of tranquility. Whether it's with the ability to shape your island as you wish, more customisation than ever before, or the addition of a crafting system, while keeping the basics of the franchise, this new game fully meets the expectations of fans and will even manage to convert even the most skeptical.
    • 85 Metascore
    • 80 Critic Score
    Classic but effective. This is a good overall description for Nioh 2. With its intense battles and an unprecedented level of customisation for the Souls-like subgenre, the latest addition of Team Ninja has a lot to offer to fans of tough challenges. Special mention to the Yokai abilities, which come to refine a gameplay that opens the door to tens of hours of build experimentation. A very generous and pleasant content, which compensates for outdated graphics and a level-design without any real breakthrough.
    • 90 Metascore
    • 82 Critic Score
    Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the worthy sequel the fans have been waiting for. Without revolutionising the formula of the first opus, it improves and adds to it in many ways. It's bigger, more complete, more challenging, while preserving the visual identity and narrative style of Ori and the Blind Forest. Although the difficulty is quite high, it's well balanced by the other game mechanisms. It's a good sequel for the fans of the first one, and the opportunity to discover the license for the others.
    • 67 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    While it gets a new look and offers a comfortable experience, Langrisser I & II also carries the burden of the original games. Some elements are poorly thought out, or taken from another era, and it also lacks surprises as well as difficulty. The soundtrack and the modern design would probably have deserved a little more effort. It's nevertheless saved by its gameplay that is quickly handled and manages to stand out from the competition. It's also a good opportunity to discover the Langrisser saga, one that many had missed.
    • 68 Metascore
    • 68 Critic Score
    The first few hours might be challenging if you're new to Dungeon-RPG. The gameplay and controls are completely different from the main games in the license, but Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX is much more accessible than its original 2006 versions. Between a cute and colorful graphic redesign, and new options that make the game more dynamic, this new opus is a rather addictive success.
    • 80 Metascore
    • 70 Critic Score
    The Metro games preserve all their qualities on Switch: efficient FPS with a gripping atmosphere, extremely interesting lore with its share of action, survival and stealth. They also come with their flaws such as the aging graphics, a sometimes limited AI and confusing controls. On TV, the console struggles to display graphics that are far from current standards. They lack definition, finesse and detail. In portable mode, the darkness in the tunnels of the Moscow metro makes it difficult to see on the small screen. If you only have the Switch and you don't know the Metro license, go for it. If you have a PC, PS4 or Xbox One and you don't know the Metro license, choose these platforms instead.
    • 81 Metascore
    • 80 Critic Score
    Hunt: Showdown delivers a tactical FPS that blends PvE and PvP in a cooperative and competitive way. Even if the console version remains a little below the PC version in terms of graphics, it's still an original and efficient game. If you're bound to repeat the same actions over and over again, the concept of lineage, with the permanent death of the hunters, allows to compensate a bit for that. In the same way, we would have liked more maps and bosses, or even more game modes to get our hands on. The tense and oppressive atmosphere is really pleasant, as is the soundtrack and the spatial management of the game. We can play one game after the other without being too reluctant about these little details.
    • 72 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    Straight from a Z-series movie, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, despite an inevitable repetition, only 4 maps in Horde mode and a certain lack of variety in weapons, proves to be a good release with high quality graphics. Although we regret that it tries to capitalize on micro-transactions, we appreciate its gory aspect and the feeling of power provided by the heavy weapons that allow you to exterminate zombies by the thousand.
    • 60 Metascore
    • 80 Critic Score
    Wolcen's development has been long and full of uncertainties, but it has managed to reverse the trend and become an excellent surprise. It should appeal to veterans who have been around the hack and slash genre. Although it can sometimes be very intimidating with its massive Gate of Fates and its huge amount of statistics, it also has what it takes to attract the general public. It offers an instant grip and efficient gameplay, all with a design uncommon to big studios and a solid play time. Unfortunately, it was released prematurely, and bugs, server unavailability and a rough interface have cooled our enthusiasm a bit.
    • 85 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    This remastered PS4 / Xbox One edition featuring the two PlatinumGames hits that are celebrating their 10th anniversary is rather welcome for those who wish to discover, or re-discover these two titles. Some of the graphics are looking old, but that doesn't prevent you from enjoying some wild action while ensuring maximum style.
    • 68 Metascore
    • 55 Critic Score
    Level 5 clearly had a card to play in offering a dungeon crawler for a younger audience, but unfortunately, Snack World is a bad draw. The title quickly becomes boring and despite a few interesting systems, the fun starts running out after a couple of hours. If you are a dungeon crawler enthusiast, keep moving, Snack World won't scratch your itch for exploration.
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    • 75 Metascore
    • 77 Critic Score
    Cindered Shadows is everything we expected from a Fire Emblem Three Houses DLC, turning the Season Pass into a great deal with its new characters, new classes, and tough battles. It removes the flaws of the main campaigns to give us a condensed version of intense battles and story, with enough new features sprinkled on top of it to extend the game experience an average of ten hours. If you plan to replay campaigns later on, its price is entirely justified.
    • 76 Metascore
    • 67 Critic Score
    With its wild humor and colorful world, Journey to the Savage Planet is a game that puts fun above all else. If resource gathering, crafting and exploration are the keywords of your adventure on the planet AR-Y26, it's your fun and wacky experience that will stand out. In short, there's never a dull moment, whether it's thanks to the sound atmosphere or to your robot, which never stops making jokes in a sarcastic tone. If you want to fully explore this new world, discover the mysteries surrounding intelligent alien life or simply collect resources to repair your ship, the adventure is even better in co-op.
    • 81 Metascore
    • 80 Critic Score
    Skydance Interactive hits the mark with Saints & Sinners, a VR survival game featuring zombies and different factions of survivors under The Walking Dead license. In addition to the tough moral choices it poses, the title shines with its physics engine and its truly immersive and enjoyable melee combat. Even if we regretted some repetitions, the limited freedom and survivors with very low IQ, we felt deeply involved in this apocalyptic New Orleans.
    • 73 Metascore
    • 63 Critic Score
    It was a good idea to adapt Dragon Ball Z in a game that was not only based on combat, but also on the adventure aspect. In addition to playing Goku, being able to play other Z Warriors while customizing their attacks and traveling through the rich universe offered by Akira Toriyama's work is quite fun. Unfortunately, the poor execution and the large but superficial content greatly spoil the enjoyment. The side quests are basic and uninteresting, so we'll tend to focus on the main story. Luckily, the soundscape, the cinematics and some fight scenes make up for it, along with the fidelity to the original work. Nevertheless, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot isn't the great adaptation we were all waiting for.
    • 81 Metascore
    • 75 Critic Score
    Let's be clear: Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore isn't a game for all. Its gameplay, very close to Shin Megami Tensei, is rather complete and interesting enough to catch the Japanese RPG lover in you. The nature of its scenario and the themes it explores may surprise you. Approaching J-Pop without complex, #FE goes completely wild with a sharp universe and a story so absurd that they end up generating more awkward laughs than empathy: if Japanese culture isn't your thing, move on. On the other hand, if you've always dreamed of saving humanity with your idol talents, you can go for it without hesitation.
    • 87 Metascore
    • 87 Critic Score
    The port was well done, and there's almost nothing to complain about. It's not a big surprise, but Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is a fantastic expansion finally available on PC, which should provide you with a much better gaming experience than the console versions, as long as you have an SSD-equipped machine that's up to the task. For a game that sometimes overly encourages you to go back and forth between zones, this is no small feat. If you liked the basic MHW, you'll love Iceborne. If you're new to the game, this is a good opportunity to test the license, as it now includes a massive amount of content.

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