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Power Armor Edition

Power Armor Edition: the bags will be replaced

As many of you know, the controversy over Fallout 76 in recent days has been fueled not only by the gameplay and a gaming experience full of twists and bugs, but also by ...
Project Cars 2

The Grinder against Project Cars 2's "Ultra (filthy) Edition"

Here we go again. I say this with bitterness, because if it is true that for me it is article material and for you material to laugh / cry, it is also true that the more articles about Collector's will be embarrassing, ...
absolver

Collector's corner | Absolver: a title and a Collector's truly not to be missed

I am writing this article really enthusiastic because not only am I finally able to offer you a Collector's worthy of the name, but because combined with it we have a title that has been unjustly passed on muted and that, ...
Assassin's Creed: Origins

Collector's corner | Ubisoft and the unworthy Collector's (Ladrata's) of Assassin's Creed: Origins

Ubisoft continues to take advantage of its flagship brand and the fandom connected to it. In particular, it does it with shameful marketing policies and choices and the limits of decency. This...
For Honor

For Honor: Ubisoft tries again with the umpteenth Collector's (Ladrata's) Edition

A Collector's Edition called "Apollyon" of the new Ubisoft title, For Honor, has appeared on the Gamestop USA website. Gamestop exclusive, currently we do not know if the edition will be present as it is in our country or ...

Ubitroll and the decline of a software house

As anticipated in my previous article, my initial intention was to show why Ubisoft had repeatedly proved mediocre in the Collector's Edition. Then, thinking about it, I realized ...

Collector's Edition: Buying Guide

Those who have been so provided to read our section dedicated to the Team and the related short descriptions of each of us, will have been able to see my passion for the Collector's Edition. In this...

Gran Turismo 7: Polyphony Digital shows the first "Virtual Porsche"

The release of Gran Turismo 7 (March 4, 2022) is approaching, with racers and admirers of Polyphony Digital's simul-arcade title not seeing ...

Game Designers (and not only) from all over the world thank Fumito ...

It was December 6, 2001 when ICO came out in Japan, a puzzle-adventure game developed by the homonymous Team Ico and created by Fumito Ueda, game designer who ...

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