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A team that wins does not change, and at its fourth installation Forza Horizon sports all its trademarks: a vast and varied open world, a huge fleet of cars, customization of the cars to the limit of the manic, closed or open circuit races, both on asphalt and out ...

ASUS ROG Phone - our tests

As promised in the video, in this article we show you the complete game with PUBG mobile by Fraws and some shots made around the camera, providing you with the 'original' files, good vision! Full match to PUBG Shoot main camera Shoot wide-angle camera Original Files Rog Phone - Sample Image 01 Rog Phone - Sample Image ...

Atlas - Review

Logbook, day 1 Now I'll tell you about my very first impact with Atlas, which lasted about an hour and a half. I stress that what happened was not filtered or accentuated, it is simply a story of what happened: unloading the game ...
There are days when everything is going wrong: at work it is a Greek tragedy, you had a fight with someone, the lunch at the table looked like mud and the weather fluctuates between intense storm and universal flood alert. On such days you need an invigorating tonic, a magic potion to bring back ...
Thronebreaker: the Witcher Tales, a title that represents Gwent's long-awaited single player campaign, which over time has become a real game in itself, has finally arrived on PC, with just a year late. Despite being presented as an independent chapter and proposed at a considerable cost ...
The Christmas holidays are about to arrive and it's time to bring families together to have fun with the much-loved parlor games in which we start on time with enthusiasm and prospects of winning, but then end up without money and eager to quit as soon as possible. But now we are in the 2017, ...
When one thinks of party games, these titles are usually associated with Nintendo consoles that have a long tradition with this genre (one above all: Mario Party), but Frantics wants to show that even PS4 and Sony, with the PlayLink project, they can have their say in this field. A few months ago,...
I'll tell you right away: as a child I didn't like robots. For nothing. I can't tell you why, I just didn't enjoy watching cartoons or looking for a themed game. One fine day, practically forced by a school friend of mine at the time, I forced myself to ...

Niantic and Qualcomm come together to create AR glasses

The creators of Pokemon Go and Qualcomm have decided to join forces to produce augmented reality glasses. So the two companies ...

Warframe, a special announcement will be made at the Game Awards

Yesterday, Geoff Keighley announced that "about ten new titles" will be unveiled at The Game Awards next week. Among these, it should ...

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