Editorial Wish List 2021 Games

Editorial - Piermatteo's Wish List for 2021: Games & more

Dear Santa, I know, I know. This Christmas has flown by and we are already in 2021, but having been spoiled so much by the free games offered by Epic Games during the holidays not me ...
Metroid Prime Trilogy

Rumor - Metroid Prime Trilogy coming next month?

Here we go again! After the leak that took place last April, the rumors that foresee a release of the Metroid Prime Trilogy for Nintendo Switch continue to be heard. This time, we even have a release date. Be it ...

Retro Studios personal research for the development of Metroid Prime 4

Retro Studios, through its Twitter profile, announced that it is looking for new staff to develop Metroid Prime 4. https://twitter.com/RetroStudios/status/1121786253672943616 The profiles sought, at the moment, are the following: Art Director, Art Outsourcing Manager, ...

Metroid Prime 4: the development starts from scratch

Development of Metroid Prime 4 is going to be started all over again, this time with the help of Retro Studios. The announcement was made by Nintendo through the video that you find at the bottom of the news.

Two new METROIDs announced by Nintendo

The presentation of Nintendo broadcast for this E3 2017 has made the joy of many players around the world. In particular, those who consider themselves passionate about the adventures of the blonde bounty hunter ...

I'm your man - Review

Can a robot have feelings for a human creature? This is a question that, over the years, science fiction has ...

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House Of Ashes - Review

In October there are three things that, for ordinary people, are now guaranteed: the change of season, the arrival of a party (for some ...

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