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Songbird Symphony Nintendo Switch - Review

The current gaming landscape is dotted with a myriad of indie titles, many of which unfortunately fail to emerge and give the right ...

Daemon X Machina - Review

At the announcement of Nintendo Switch, among the many questions posed by gamers around the world was that concerning the variety of the park ...

Fire Emblem Warriors: The Hard Life of Easy Games

How important is the level of challenge proposed by a game? In this period it would seem very much: both the press and the players praise titles ...

Devil May Cry 5 - Review

The resurgence of Capcom continues incessantly, the times of the much criticized Resident Evil 6 and DmC: Devil May Cry (the ...

Indivisible - Review

"Indivisible is different from anything you have ever played" It is one of the phrases that accompanied the campaign for the presentation of the second title ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown places, hostile and full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all found space ...

Half Life: Alyx - Review

Thirteen years have passed since that now distant, but never forgotten, Half Life 2: Episode 2. As everyone knows by now, the title left the ...

Creepy Road - Review

My name is mud Imagine stepping into the shoes of a classic Stars and Stripes truck driver driving your beloved truck, with only ...

Kunai - Review

We assume that the writer of Kunai is not a fan of the games that can be defined as "metroidvania". Yes, in my career as a gamer ...

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 MAI, MAI, ...

Arizona Derby - Review

Gaucho! Take a bit of Motorstorm, add a pinch of Trial Fusion, add a dash of Fast and Furious and a sprinkling of NFS underground, ...

God of War The Card Game - Review

God of War is the Dark Souls of card games. And no, before you close the article, allow me to explain this premise in a way ...

Days Gone - Review

After a long wait, the last Bend Studio title, Days Gone, arrived on our Playstation 4. Find out if it's worth surviving and playing it!

Fallout: The Board Game - Review

Adapting a video game is never easy, especially one like Fallout, in which the player agency and exploration without constraints are the pillars on ...

Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech - Review

Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is the last chapter of the Steamworld franchise, a little gem that we fans keep hidden from the general public for ...

Devil's Hunt - Review

Layopi Games is a small but certainly ambitious software house. Indeed, the Warsaw-based indie studio sets goals that define ...

Half Life: Alyx - Review

Thirteen years have passed since that now distant, but never forgotten, Half Life 2: Episode 2. As everyone knows by now, the title left the ...

Twitch, new tools to ban toxic users

We all know, the internet can be a wonderful place for some, as much as a real hell for others. Twitch is no exception and ...

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