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Six years after its debut on the PlayStation 3, Bandai Namco decides to bring back to the current generation of Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerean Witch. The work of Studio Ghibli and Level-5 will have been polished as it should be, or this remaster represents the usual ...
September for gamers is synonymous with grades, especially with regard to sports titles. It is no coincidence that Konami chose this period to bring eFootball PES 2020 to the market, an annual video game dedicated to football. If until a few years ago PES was synonymous ...
At the announcement of Nintendo Switch, among the many questions posed by videogamers around the world was the question concerning the variety of titles offered. In recent years, especially with the release of Nintendo Wii, the Japanese company has established itself on the market as the producer of family consoles.
An old world that is dying, a mysterious island inhabited by ancestral creatures, a vast and wild territory to explore, total freedom of choice and complete customization of the adventure in every aspect. These are the premises of GreedFall, the new Action-RPG of the Spiders independent development team, which ...

WRC 8 - Review

After a year of absence, the official video game of the World Rally Championship returns to tread the virtual tracks always at the hands of the French developer Kylotonn, and published under the Bigben label, now in their fourth title in this series. WRC 8 thus enjoys the official license of the current season ...
Review of Gears 5, the last chapter of the series produced by The Coalition, available on PC and Xbox One
Spyro also arrives on Nintendo Switch with the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, to have three great classics wherever we want, both at home and in portability!

RAD - Review

RAD is a roguelike developed by Double Fine Productions, a studio that gave us great entertainment titles like Psychonauts and Brutal Legends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41fQ1dE4jg8 NEVER, NEVER, I WILL FORGET ... One day the human race will be wiped out by a nuclear apocalypse. But apparently for the Double Fine guys this is not enough ...

Sony, the next State of Play will be broadcast on September 24

Sony will broadcast a new State of Play next week, in which new games will be revealed along with much new information on ...

Free is Beautiful - Batman Arkham Collection and Lego Batman Trilogy

Epic Games Store does not seem willing to stop offering us free games and, regardless of what you think of that client, you don't ...
Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 - Review

NBA 2K20 - Review

Daymare: 1998 - Review

Devil's Hunt

Devil's Hunt - Review

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