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Kirby and the Lost Land - Review

One of my main beliefs and admissions that I discuss over and over again not only within my articles but also with friends and ...

Elex 2 - Review: lights from the past, shadows of the future

Raise your hand if you have never played Gothic. Ok, no, stop a minute, put your hands down. I didn't expect there were so many. Guilt...

Uncharted - Review

Those who have been following cinema and video games for years and especially those who, as he writes, are a fan of both worlds, know it well: talking about ...

Dying Light 2: Review - The involuntary meta-zombie

I start with a spoiler: I believe that Dying Light 2, on the whole, is a valid game. Which isn't much of a spoiler considering that, well ...

Danganronpa - The "Ultimate Review" of the series (or almost)

I don't know how many will remember it, but in writing my review on Aokana: Four Rhytms Across the Blue, I explained in very few words ...

The Legend of Vox Machina - Review

The story of Critical Role is one of one unlikely success after another. From the living room of an American voice actor to Twitch, to the theater, to ...

Diabolik - Review

Who said that the so-called and feared "cinecomics" must necessarily be a phenomenon relegated to the United States? Recently, in the hall came ...

The Wheel of Time, Episode 7 - Review

How many events can occur in an hour-long episode? I don't think there is a fixed number, but certainly the seventh episode of the Wheel of Time ...

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker - Review

The videogame genre of MMORPGs has practically always accompanied me. Come to think of it, it was thanks to them (or because of them, depending ...

Spider-Man: No Way Home - Review

Premise: this review will be divided into two parts, the first relating to a presentation press event in which we were kindly invited, the ...

The Wheel of Time, Episode 4 - Review

I won't pretend that I predicted that I could continue to review the other episodes of the Wheel of Time as well. Amazon, to my surprise, there ...

Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl - Review

The fourth generation of Pokémon, it's no secret, was one of the most popular with the public: Diamond, Pearl and Platinum certainly represent a ...

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City - Review

Here we go again. For the umpteenth time, some film producer had the "brilliant" idea of ​​stumbling upon the (im) possible enterprise of trying to adapt a classic videogame ...

The Wheel of Time - Review

The Wheel of Time is one of those fantasy series that when you meet someone who claims to have read it all, you don't believe it. Fourteen...

Ghostbusters: Legacy - Review

For years, nostalgia has reigned supreme in today's film industry with feature films that often, despite the large amount of brand remakes ...

Encanto - Review

For several years, Disney has taken inspiration from some countries to create new films inspired by myths and cultures. There are those who think that these new ...

Phil Spencer promises big news for first party titles on ...

If you are an Xbox gamer, you will certainly know that - in terms of first party exclusives - 2022 has been a pretty poor year. Of course,...

IKEA asked an indie developer to remove all references ...

Last month, well-known developer Jacob Shaw and sole studio member Ziggy opened his Kickstarter Campaign for a new game ...

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