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State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition - Review

A calm hilly landscape. The first light of dawn in a town immersed in silence. The sudden scream of an infected screamer to pierce the strange ...

Granblue Fantasy Versus - Review

I spent about 40 hours on the latest Arc System Works effort - and many more will follow - getting more passionate than ever before in ...

Shinsekai Into the Depths - Review

Capcom has certainly been able to show great courage with Shinsekai Into the Depths. The famous underwater levels, especially for those with a videogame background ...

Resident Evil 3 Remake - Review

Horror is one of the most common primordial sensations that each of us, in its most varied forms and meanings, has certainly experienced at least once ...

Bleeding Edge - Review

This last decade has proven to be truly surprising for the gaming industry, a double luster full of thick titles, new experiments and experiences that have ...

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 ...

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 ...

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 - Review

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 lands on Nintendo Switch in a musou that carries the limits of the genre, but perfect for fans of the opera.

Doom Eternal - Review

"And I saw a beast come up from the sea that had ten horns and seven heads, and on the horns ten tiaras and on each head there was ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Ori and the Will of the Wisps - Review

When in 2015 independent developers of Moon Studios released Ori and the Blind Forest on PC and Xbox One the game hit the ...

Nioh 2 - Review

Three years after the first chapter, we return to the hunt for Yokai thanks to Nioh 2. Innovative chapter or more of ...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Review

Let's take a small leap into the past: in 2002, after a first trial period on Nintendo 64, Nintendo brought the first on GameCube ...

ASUS PG43UQ - Review

The Asus PG43UQ looks like the Monitor to tame them all, with a set of enviable features, but not always being the Jack of ...

Horizon Zero Dawn, here are the system requirements for the version ...

Horizon Zero Dawn, after having met with great success, is ready to arrive on PC. Here are the system requirements needed to enjoy the ...

Mortal Shell goes to the Open Beta phase

Change of plans for Cold Simmetry: the closed beta of Mortal Shell proved to be a success, with so many requests for access that ...

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