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Solasta: Crown of the Magister - Review

The renaissance of the isometric western role-playing game for PC now knows no end. Driven by user funds via Kickstarter, we have ...

Biomutant - Review

Four years have passed since the very first announcement of Biomutant. Unveiled in August 2017 and then presented at gamescom, the title was cut out ...

Resident Evil Village - Review

From the very first Resident Evil Village trailers and promotional images, the audience was literally split in half. On the one hand we had ...

Demon Skin - Review

Demon Skin is a self-styled souls-like hack & slash coming to Steam on April 13th. I've never been a huge fan of ...

Crash Bandicoot 4: it's About Time - Review (Nintendo Switch)

Crash and I have never had a good relationship. While in Italy almost everyone played (and rejoiced) for the graphic prowess of the first ...

Encodya - Review

Writing a graphic adventure review in 2021 can be a daunting task. In fact, several years have passed since the advent of this particular videogame genre ...

Doom Eternal - The Ancient Gods Part 2 - Review

The Doom Slayer ordeal continues, with a second DLC that aims to close - for now - the Doom Eternal single player experience with ...

Bravely Default II - Review

Bravely Default II is not just a video game, it is a dip in nostalgia. The series blends the classic turn-based gameplay of the old Final ...

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

Almost a year after the western release of Persona 5 Royale and four from the original title, the Phantom Thieves are back on our ...

Little Nightmares 2: Review

This article starts with a premise of almost no use except for the writer, you can skip it directly or see it as a little ...

Bridgerton - Review

Bridgerton is the new series by Shonda Rhimes, made exclusively for Netflix, coming to our screens on Christmas day. Represents the ...

Cyberpunk 2077 - Review

Here we are, finally. After just eight years from the first announcement, postponements of the release date, controversy over the crunch and a communication to say the least ...

Immortals Fenyx Rising - Review

After Assassin's Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion Ubisoft closes its releases of this strange 2020 with its third open world in ...

Chronos: Before the Ashes - Review

Remnant: From the Ashes turned out to be a more than welcome surprise in 2019, thanks to a game formula that used well ...

Destiny 2: Beyond the Light - Review

What I have with Destiny is a conflicting relationship and the more I discuss it with other players, the more I realize how this is a ...

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Review

The three Norns, legendary guardians of Yggdrasil and weavers of the tapestry of destiny, depict according to Norse mythology those who since the birth of time ...

CD Projekt postpones Next-Gen versions of Cyberpunk 2077 and The ...

Over the past few months, CD Projekt has been very clear with its users and shareholders, putting their hands on right away and explaining ...

God of War arrives on PC in early 2022

It's official: God of War finally arrives on PC. The Santa Monica Studio masterpiece had made an appearance a few hours ago on ...

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