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Wolfenstein: Youngblood - Review

INTRODUCTION Wolfenstein is, without any doubt, one of my favorite sagas of all time. You want it because it's the shooter par excellence, you want it because it's part of ...

Dark Quest 2 - Review

Despite my venerable age, I still vividly remember the hours I spent playing Hero Quest, both in its version ...

No Man's Sky Beyond - Review

Hello Games has finally published Beyond, an update of No Man's Sky that expands it and improves it even more. Is it worth it? Discover it!

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan - Review

Five years have passed since Supermassive Games launched "Until Dawn" on the market, a horror videogame capable of achieving great success ...

Valkyria Revolution: innovation does not pay

Valkyria Revolution, produced by Media Vision and published by SEGA, nomen omen, is a true revolution in every way. The first "revolution" takes place ...

Hayfever - Review

You know, going around and sneezing during these days are two activities that are not seen particularly favorably, because of the ...

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 ...

eFootball PES 2020 - Review

September for gamers is synonymous with grades, especially with regard to sports titles. It is no coincidence that Konami chose ...

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 ...

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 ...

Frostpunk: The Last Autumn - Review

Frostpunk continues to ride the wave of success. The game, published two years ago, has been positively received by the public and critics. The title...

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 ...

Pokémon Sword and Shield - Review

I start this review in a very atypical way: talking about Minecraft. At the time of its release, the now historic title developed by Mojang immediately broke ...

Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 2 - Review

Formula 1: Drive to Survive is a docuserie produced by James Gay-Rees and Paul Martin, two big names, experts in making quality documentaries. There...

Space Force - Review

Space Force is the new Netflix series arriving later this month, which as the name suggests tells a fictitious story of the new department ...

LAYTON'S MYSTERY JOURNEY: Katrielle and the conspiracy of millionaires - ...

LAYTON'S MYSTERY JOURNEY: Katrielle and the millionaires conspiracy arrives on Nintendo Switch a couple of years after its release on the wonderful little Nintendo 3DS ....

Rumor - Resident Evil 8, lots of new information on characters, enemies ...

Numerous rumors have appeared on the web about the themes, characters, plot and settings of Resident Evil 8, obviously not confirmed.

No More Heroes 3 - The first image of the game arrives ...

Remember No More Heroes 3? After its first trailer at the Game Awards 2019, the title of Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51 has entered a phase of silence ...

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