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Blair Witch - Review

The most disturbing horrors lurk in our mind. Lulled by an imaginary of infinite potential, they fertilize in the womb of the psyche, scratch and scratch ...

Kingdom Hearts 3 has repaid my love for this saga

Who writes these lines is a person who, until about five years ago, had never had anything to do with ...

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 ...

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare - Review

The Call of Duty saga has had, over the years, several ups and downs. To say that in the last period the brand was not going through a moment ...

Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 - Review

There are thousands of sports in the world: to practice on the beach, in the mountains, on the streets and in the gym. Certainly they even go into ...

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 ...

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution PlayStation 4 - Review

After a first release last August for Nintendo Switch, Konami returns to offer duelists all over the world a new edition ...

Shakedown Hawaii - Review

Want to find out how it feels to run a bankrupt company? In Shakedown Hawaii, you can live it. To do so, however, I immediately warn you, ...

Force Horizon 4 - Review, a game for all seasons

The winning team does not change, and at its fourth installation Forza Horizon sports all its trademarks: a vast open world ...

Konami Arcade Classic Anniversary Collection - Review

Konami Arcade Classic Anniversary Collection is a collection of coin-up titles that combines some of the main titles released during the distant 80s, ...

Dark Night, when emotions tell everything - Review

It should have been the Dark Knight's night, but turned into a bad night. In English this incipit would make more and ...

Hunt: Showdown, the monster hunt according to Crytek

Crytek is a company that has had rather high ups and downs. It is known worldwide for two reasons: Crysis and CryENGINE, and many ...

Spellforce: Heroes & Magic - Review

Spellforce is a series that, with 3 chapters and some expansion, has had some success on PC. Spellforce: Heroes & Magic is ...

Review - Dying Light: Bad Blood is simply ... brutal!

Thanks to the guys from Techland we managed to get their hands on their new job, Dying Light: Bad Blood. In this article we will try to ...

Resident Evil 0 Nintendo Switch Version - Review

Resident Evil 0 is a video game with a troubled and particular history: born on Gamecube in 2002 and then brought to Wii a few years later, ...

Build the game of your dreams with RPG Maker Fes

How many times, while you were playing some J-RPGs, did you think there were huge holes in the plot or did the final fight just leave you with ...

Become an animal trainer in the brand new "PET" of Mabinogi Update ...

Unlock stronger animals, activate new benefits for animals and even more in this enchanting updateLOS ANGELES - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Mabinogi, the new free fantasy ...

Ghost of Tsushima, here is the code for the free dynamic theme ...

Ghost of Tsushima will be released in a few days and, to deceive the wait, Sony gives you a dynamic theme for your PS4. Here's how to get it. The...

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