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Sonic: The Movie - Review

Sonic has arrived at very high speeds in cinemas: those who go slowly go healthy and go far, but in the case of the blue hedgehog you can turn a blind eye.

Dread Nautical Nintendo Switch - Review

Dread Nautical is the latest title from Zen Studios, a Hungarian software house famous for its licensed pinball. The game, already released on PC, PS4 ...

God Eater 3 Nintendo Switch version - Review

The absence of Monster Hunter World on Nintendo Switch makes itself felt, and although Capcom has tried to monopolize the hunting game market also ...

Lupine III: The First - Review

When you get your hands on a beloved icon with more than fifty years of history behind it, between manga, animated series and feature films such as Lupine ...

Mortal Kombat 11 - Review

I will grow up, happy for the netherealm I will go It was the year 1993, and a good day in the newsstands I saw this black logo where a wrapped dragon stood out ...

Need For Speed ​​Heat - Review

Need For Speed ​​is perhaps the most emblematic case of those brands that after a glorious past, see Underground 2 and Most Wanted (2005), ...

Hearthstone: The Awakening of Galakrond - Review

Over the past four weeks, starting January 21 through February 11, Blizzard has released a new single player adventure for Hearthstone, the ...

Skelattack - Review

For a fantasy enthusiast, venture into a dungeon full of monsters and dangerous creatures in search of gold, artifacts or other types of wealth ...

Asus ROG Strix Fusion 300 PNK - Review

ASUS ROG STRIX FUSION 300 PNK headphones review. Good sound and FESHION.

Hollywood - Review

I got to preview the seven episodes of Hollywood, the new miniseries coming to Netflix on May 1st. The project ...

The Eddy - Review

Jazz is not easy music. As a layman it is often defined as that genre with more people playing it than people ...

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 ....

Potata: Fairy Flower - Review

Potata: Fairy Flower is an indie title developed and produced by the small studio Potata Company, composed respectively by Anna Lepeshkin, who has dealt ...

Ace Combat 7 - Review

Soldier Jane to report Imagine you are a Japanese Maverick test tube grown in a family of four generations of pilots and to represent 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 ...

FAR: Lone Sails - Review

A world in ruins, an extinct human race, a boundless desert and a steampunk locomotive, these are the elements that immediately catch the eye in ...

PUBG Celebrates 70 Million Units Sold With the Newly Remastered Sanhok ...

Update 8.1 welcomes players back to the jungle with a reimagined map, the Loot Truck, a new Ranked Mode season, and more SANTA MONICA, Calif .-- (BUSINESS ...

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - The Ubisoft Forward demo has been recreated on Crayta

Remember Crayta? This nice game editor available on Google Stadia continues to raise acclaim and seems to have become the first killer application for the ...

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