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Nintendo Direct, Indie World Showcase announced

Despite the repeated requests (and hopes) of fans who would like a classic Nintendo Direct, the Japanese company has just announced the Indie World Showcase. The event, which will precisely introduce the latest news in ...
Deep Sky Derelicts

Deep Sky Derelicts: Definitive Edition arriving on PC and console

The title that manages to mix GDR themes with a card-based combat system, and with a splash of roguelike elements, will arrive on PC and console in its final edition: Deep ...
Iris and the giant

Iris and the Giant - Review

Iris and the Giant is a roguelike CCG with RPG elements: it seems a tongue twister but all these elements are implemented and interconnected in an excellent way. The first impact with the game is amazing: the graphics are ...
Kunai

Kunai - Review

We assume that the writer of Kunai is not a fan of the games that can be defined as "metroidvania". Yes, in my career as a gamer I have faced the most varied adventures related to the genre, but ...

Alone at my wedding - Review

Only at my wedding is the film debut of Marta Bergman, a director born in Romania and lived in Belgium. She has always been interested in the Roma communities and the discrimination they suffer, and has achieved ...

Bookbound Brigade - Review

Review of Bookbound Brigade, Metroidvania of Digital Tales.

Interrogation - Review

The video game is an extremely versatile medium, capable of making the player truly identify in any kind of situation and context. And perhaps, in creating the most creative and immersive solutions, the titles ...

Hotel Barcelona - Suda51 and Swery65 announce their next job

Goichi "Suda51" Suda and Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro are two fairly prominent figures in the gaming industry, thanks to their over-the-top productions. It is therefore interesting to find out how the couple is now working on ...
Enchanted Portals

Enchanted Portals - Game accused of being a Cuphead clone

Enchanted Portals, the new 2D platform title, found itself in the midst of a storm due to its great resemblance to the MDHR game, namely Cuphead. During an interview with the guys from Polygon, the ...
Mutation

Mutation - Review

About a century ago, the Moon Dragon meteor crashed on the island of Mutation, with understandably devastating effects. The victims are incalculable, the side effects are unexpected: the small tropical paradise can never be the same again ...

Dead Cells - Sales take off thanks to Switch

Anyone who has got their hands on Dead Cells knows that the title enjoys undoubted qualities. The Motion Twin roguelite metroidvania is a frantic title with an addictive formula that has no ...

The Vision - The open-world developed for one-person 4 years

Justin Darlington is working from 4 years on a project called The Vision. The game is presented as a third-person survival open-world, which uses the Unreal Engine 4. And a few days ago, ...

Free is beautiful - Endless Space Collection

Golden period for free games. As if the tempting proposals of Epic Games Store weren't enough, the Humble Bundle is also back, giving the Endless Space Collection for a limited time. The game...

[gamescom 2019] Minute of Islands- Tested

Another indie title joins the list of small gems unearthed during gamescom 2019: it is Minute of Islands, created by Studio Fizbin and distributed by Mixtvision. The Indie Arena housed ...

[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 ...

Superhot - A leak reveals the arrival on Nintendo Switch

It is not easy to find a precise genre for Superhot, the first-person shooter-puzzle-action game developed by Superhot Team. The game was officially released in the 2016, accompanied by a VR version shortly thereafter. Style...

The Last of Us Part II has been postponed to date ...

Sony and Naughty Dog have announced that The Last of Us Part II has been postponed to a date to be defined. It is the second ...

Free is Beautiful - Gone Home and Hob on Epic Games ...

Also this week we have reached the now most awaited fixed appointment by housewives (so to speak; even if in this period not much). From...

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