Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

- Playstation 5
- Xbox Series X
- Nintendo Switch Oled
- Windows PC
- Nintendo 3DS
- Playstation Vita
- R36S

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


Replay '14

Participated in the 2014 Replay Event

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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Dave the Diver
Dave the Diver

Jul 07

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Jun 16

Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition
Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition

May 22

Princess Peach: Showtime!
Princess Peach: Showtime!

May 21

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

Apr 08

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To start this review, I must make it clear that I never had any contact with the original Final Fantasy VII released for the PS1. So, my opinion doesn't have any nostalgia involved.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a direct sequel to Final Fantasy VII Remake and the middle title of a trilogy that will end in the next few years. So, it's very important that you play Final Fantasy VII Remake before Rebirth, and it's the only game you need to play to understand the story.

Even so, I truly recommend that you play the remaster of Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core beforehand because it's a spin-off that will make you more connected with some characters that we see again and for the first time in Rebirth.

The story is really good, really touching. Probably the reason that makes us really connected with the events of the game is because the companions are very charismatic, especially the girls. To be honest, I don't like the protagonist because he's more introverted. The ending of the game is truly special.

This second episode of the trilogy tries to be more ambitious by offering an open world to explore. To be honest, I didn't like the map and the exploration. I prefer when the game offers segments with linear exploration, as that's when the story almost always moves forward.

The visuals are insane. The game has some realistic graphics but not so much. This will probably make the game not feel dated in the next couple of years. The performance felt pretty solid.

The game offers dynamic real-time combat with very satisfying battles against bosses. It's not a hard game, but also not that easy.

The soundtrack is unbelievable. I think they worked on the original music and did an excellent job.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a special game, even if you haven't had any contact with the original released on PS1. It's a recommended game for everyone but needs to be played after Final Fantasy VII Remake.

It's really hard to start a review of Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition because probably everyone on this website knows everything about it, even if they've never played. Even so, I had my first contact with the game a few weeks ago, and I'll talk about how it stands today.

Pokémon Yellow is an upgraded version of Pokémon Red/Blue, the first two games of this iconic franchise. It's basically the same game, adding some content related to the anime. The Pokémon Company decided to improve the sales of their new phenomenon with the recent success of the anime. Because of that, the game is a favorite for many fans and features the first generation of Pokémon.

The game is a turn-based RPG. You control a monster trainer who has to capture new Pokémon and win battles.

In my mind, the battles were tougher, but they are not that easy. Even today, the game has a perfect balance of difficulty for new or old players.

The exploration of the open world is truly fun for the most part. Some parts of the map are not that good and feel dated, especially the caves with their random Pokémon encounters that make you play the same battles over and over again until you get to the end, even when using items that make these encounters rarer.

Remember that we're talking about a Gameboy game, so it has some limitations caused by the hardware. The most notable is the limited color palette. To be honest, it's still a beautiful game considering the power of the hardware.

Since we're talking about the hardware, something we need to make very clear: if you're playing on an emulator, please turn on the fast-forward option. It's a very slow game. The character moves slowly, and the battles are slow as well, compared to modern titles.

In the end, Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition (and Red/Blue) established almost everything that the franchise uses still today. It's a very old game but was ahead of its time. I recommend playing it even today, but be aware that there are some minor problems when compared to modern games. It's a must-play for every true gamer.

Princess Peach: Showtime is a 2D side-scrolling game. The game is divided into stages, each with a thematic change that alters the gameplay.

In some stages, you are a hero; in others, you are a ninja, a cook, etc. Each stage is designed similarly, focusing on something very similar to Super Mario power-ups.

Despite this variety of powers, each one is somewhat boring. Some are more developed than others, but in general, all of them are too simple.

The visuals are good but nothing spectacular. The art is cool, and the animation is okay.

The story, like in every Mario game, is there just to indicate that there is one. Nothing special or well-developed.

I must clarify that this game was developed for kids. Even so, this is not an excuse for some of the problems we see in this game.

For adults, the game is too easy. There’s nothing here that keeps you engaged.

It’s kind of cool that Princess Peach has a new game. After the success of the Mario movie, it’s a good idea to give this character more attention, but she didn’t get what she deserved.

To finish this review, I recommend that you stay away from this game. Princess Peach: Showtime is a bad title, and this character deserved so much more. Even if you're thinking of buying this game for a kid, there are many other games I would recommend before this one.