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Autonauts - Review

After the great success of Minecraft, it was inevitable that other development teams would try, over time, to follow in the footsteps of the title developed by Mojang in a more or less explicit way. The title developed by Denki, although belonging to a completely different genre, in aesthetics comes close enough ...
From that world and the world the Board Games, also known as table games by the most profane, have always contributed, in addition to the enjoyment of many generations, also to the destruction of friendships and social relations, and Monopoly, which we know to be a master in this, it is the flag holder. Despite the...
Change is a process that involves each of us, many times for good and other times for bad. Undressing of certain cloths is something that can happen for the most varied reasons, and really in any context. However, there are cases in which, instead, it is possible to transform into something ...

Blair Witch - Review

The most disturbing horrors lurk in our mind. Lulled by an imaginary with infinite potential, they fertilize in the womb of the psyche, scratch and scratch the wall of reality, leading us to question reality itself and coherence. The pure terror, strong of the mighty steed that rides, the nightmare, ...
ASUS ROG STRIX FUSION 300 PNK headphones review. Good sound and FESHION.
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 ...
After the stellar success of the Marvel-branded film crossovers, it seemed quite obvious that some software houses would have ridden the crest of the wave of superhero enthusiasm that has been breathed in recent years. What no one expected, however, is that it was Nintendo, who along with Team Ninja (Dead or ...
Street Fighter is one of those titles that takes you back in time. Although our country has not experienced or matured a real culture of arcade arcades, it cannot be said that in some way the cabinets were not an integral part of most childhood ...

Minecraft Earth, the dedicated "Amiibo" are coming soon

One of the few choices that hit the mark during the Nintendo Wii U era was certainly the marketing of the Amiibo. Mattel seems to want to try now by producing a ...

The Grudge - Review

The anxiety of The Grudge is reborn again in the cinema, this time in the hands of Nicolas Pesce, director of the disturbing The Eyes of My Mother. One...

The Grudge - Review

A Long Way Down

A Long Way Down - Review


Kunai - Review

Dreams - Review

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