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Master Builders PugliaBrick: interview with Guido Benetti

Today we have with us for Parliamo di Videogiochi, Guido Benetti, an old-time builder known throughout the country for his robots and his creations dedicated to cartoons and films from the 80s and ...
Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori - Sword Pokémon and Shield - Nintendo Switch

Junichi Masuda talks about the negative feedback received for Pokémon Sword and Shield

With the long wait for Pokémon Sword and Shield now almost over and the cheering fans to play the eighth generation of pocket monsters on the screens of their Nintendo Switches, on the shoulders of ...
Raisy

Quake: our interview with the RAISY pro player

During our participation in the Lucca Comics & Games 2018, we witnessed the award ceremony of RAISY, winner of the Quake Champions Lucca Duel Invitational in the frame of the Italian Esports Open 2018. Party ...
Christian Cameron

Lucca Comics: our interview with Christian Cameron, Design Director of Spider-Man

Among the many events we are participating in this Lucca Comics & Games 2018, the most exciting has been, so far, the meeting with Christian Cameron, Design Director for Insomniac Games and the brand new ...
Cage

Cage: "4.000 pages for Detroit: Become Human"

David Cage, founder of Quantic Dream and creator of titles such as Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, was the guru of this Milan Games Week. Protagonist of a long interview on the stage of the pavilion ...
Games Week

Games Week: the complete interview with David Cage

Also this year we participated, as usual, in the Milan Games Week. To tell the truth, there are few really interesting things: the interview with David Cage is certainly one of them. Cage was chosen as "guru" ...
Hideo Kojima

Hideo Kojima: Death Stranding interview and more

Hideo Kojima finally comes back to talk: yesterday, during a tour in his new studio in Tokyo, he gave an interview to Radio 1 Newsbeat (reported on the BBC website) below you will find a selection of ...

Artifact - Valve makes it Free-to-Play and ends development

Valve has announced - through a new post on the official Steam blog - the end of the development of Artifact, the controversial card game ...

Pokémon GO, Professor Willow becomes a TCG card

Pokémon GO prepares for its first collaboration with the Pokémon TCG. Professor Willow will be the protagonist. The celebrations for the 25 years of the brand ...
Persona 5 Strikers Review

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

Little Nightmares 2: Review

Bridgerton - Review

Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt RED

Cyberpunk 2077 - Review

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