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Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town - Review

Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town is the second title distributed by the publisher VLG and developed by the Italian team ImaginaryLab. The video game is a point and click adventure with a classic mold that combines ...

Gamindo, the (Italian) platform that allows us to donate video games

After the day, we are happy to bring to your attention another very Italian and equally fascinating project: Gamindo! After months of development and testing, the platform is finally online and downloadable by everyone. But what is it ...

Here is dAItto, the new Artificial Intelligence for Pokémon

With great pleasure (and pride), today I want to talk to you about an all-Italian project (but not Made in Italy ... how was that story of brain drain?), Which combines research and development of an Artificial Intelligence. ..
Games Week '18

The best of Italy at Milan Games Week '18

We went to Milan Games Week '18 (we couldn't miss it) and we want to bring you back what, in our opinion, were the really noteworthy things. In addition to the interview with David Cage already out, the ...

Cyberpunk 2077 officially returns to be available on the PlayStation Store

After 187 days of exile Cyberpunk 2077 returns to be available for purchase and download on the PlayStation Store. To announce the return ...

Mana - Square Enix has announced an event for the 30th ...

Just like for Dragon Quest last month, the Mana series will also be the protagonist of a live event organized by Square Enix Japan ...

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