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SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated - Review

SpongeBob is one of those timeless characters: although the sponge with thick lashes has "only" about twenty years on its back, the inspiration of the ...

Beyond Blue - Review

When I first started Beyond Blue, I never expected to put myself in front of the screen, start this review and write ...

The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor - Review

While waiting for the new chapter of The Elder Scrolls, why don't you trick the wait with ESO? Certainly time makes you pass and not ...

Sword and Shield Pokémon: The Lonely Isle of Armor - Review

For the first time in the history of the Pokémon brand we are faced with an Expansion Pass and not with an updated third edition ...

Disintegration - Review

Disintegration review

The Last of Us Part 2 - Review

"The old world is dying. The new world is slow to appear. And monsters are born in this chiaroscuro." A. Gramsci According to Alan Moore's extraordinary Joker, ...

The Outer Worlds Nintendo Switch - Review

One of the strengths of the Nintendo Switch hybrid console is the ability to enjoy the experience of Triple A titles - which we will normally find ...

Curon - Review

Curon is an Italian series written with eight (!) Hands by Ezio Abbate, Ivano Fachin, Giovanni Galassi and Tommaso Matano, produced and distributed by Netflix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRnxNDQ-kYo Curon ...

Skelattack - Review

For a fantasy enthusiast, venture into a dungeon full of monsters and dangerous creatures in search of gold, artifacts or other types of wealth ...

51 Worldwide Games - Review

"Playing" is a simple word, which however hides multiple meanings and facets. It is a characteristic inherent in every creature since the dawn of time, a ...

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition - Review

Nine years have passed since, at the end of its life cycle, Nintendo Wii gave us three pearls of the JRPG world: Pandora's Tower, The ...

Space Force - Review

Space Force is the new Netflix series arriving later this month, which as the name suggests tells a fictitious story of the new department ...

Potata: Fairy Flower - Review

Potata: Fairy Flower is an indie title developed and produced by the small studio Potata Company, composed respectively by Anna Lepeshkin, who has dealt ...

Minecraft Dungeons - Review

Minecraft Dungeons presents itself to the public with a heavy weight on their shoulders, or that of a brand of planetary fame that is proposed in ...

Help Will Come Tomorrow - Review

Help Will Come Tomorrow is a survival roguelike set in one of the worst imaginable scenarios: the protagonists are the survivors of a ...

VirtuaVerse - Review

Although we are now accustomed to gameplay with an increasingly complex structure and more stunning graphics than reality itself, there are still those who reserve in their hearts ...

Ghost of Tsushima, the first few votes are positive, but not excellent

Ghost of Tsushima will be available in just three days and, after the embargo has expired, here are the first votes of the specialized press. Masterpiece or good title? The last ...

Prepare to Get Schooled in Hearthstone®'s New Expansion — Enrollment in Scholomance Academy ™ ...

Pursue advanced study of the arcane in the latest expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's hit digital card game, which conjures 135 new cards brimming with ...

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