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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 about a 2D fighting game. I think I can safely say that I am ...

Demon Slayer wins the Crunchyroll award for best anime of the year

In the past few hours the famous streaming site Crunchyroll has announced which are the winners in all categories of the Anime Awards 2020, commonly considered as the "Oscars of the souls". To win the title ...

Promare - Review

Needless to look for too many preambles or thoughtful definitions, Promare is an extract of Studio Trigger at 110%, unrefined and unfiltered, with all that it entails. The film debut of the authors of ...
Hideo Kojima

Hideo Kojima also wants to work on anime, manga, films and "smaller projects"

Metal Gear Solid and Death Stranding creator Hideo Kojima has said he wants to work on multiple projects together as well as his next "big game", including manga, anime, episodic titles and games ...

[gamescom 2019] Necrobarista - Preview

During the gamescom 2019 I explored the indie Arena, full of small videogame pearls, far and wide. One of those that caught my attention the most is Necrobarista, a graphic adventure / anime story ...

The Promised Neverland, first season - Review

The review does not contain any spoilers that do not belong to the first episode, so you can read without any danger. The attraction for the unknown in the human being knows no limits. There is something primordial inherent within ...

At Blizzard they give themselves to the Souls

After watching the anime-style short we are going to show you, your only question will be: when does the first season of this masterpiece begin? Unfortunately, it's just an introductory movie but nothing ...

Assassin's Creed will become an anime

After the recent announcement by Nintendo, Ubisoft also throws itself into the world of anime with its flagship product: Assassin's Creed. Adi Shankar, producer of the animated series Castelvania (which will debut on Netflix in a few ...

Minecraft Dungeons - The first DLC and cross-platform are coming soon

Mojang Studios has just confirmed the release date and further details on the first DLC for Minecraft Dungeon, the spin-off in salsa dungeon crawler ...

Half-Life: Alyx - The completely VR-Less mod arrives

If you remember, in the last month Valve has offered Half-Life: Alyx players additional tools for the development of the mods to be shared in the Steam Workshop section ....

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