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Mario Strikers: Battle League Football - Review

The concept of the party game has certainly weakened over the last few generations. Or perhaps it would be more correct to say that it has changed. The focus of multiplayer games has shifted to ...

Free is Beautiful - Quiplash

A tribute for all party game lovers is available on Steam at no cost: it is Quiplash, a title made by Jackbox Games. We are talking about a "same room multiplayer party game", ...
Drink More Glurp

Drink More Glurp announced for Nintendo Switch and Steam

Here comes the announcement of a new party game developed specifically for Nintendo Switch and Steam. Drink More Glurp proposes the Olympic disciplines in a decidedly goliardic way with a particular control system. The player has in fact ...

51 Worldwide Games - Review

"Playing" is a simple word, which however hides multiple meanings and facets. It is a characteristic inherent in every creature since the dawn of time, an essential trait of our species and for some it is al ...

Billion Road - Review

This is a period that has made and will reflect in many different ways. Personally, a valuable lesson I have learned - and which I will treasure - is that having on my hands ...

The curtain falls on Google Stadia

After only 3 years from its initial announcement, Google will put an end to the Stadia Project, completely shutting down the servers starting next January 18, 2023. According to ...

Free is Beautiful - Runbow & Drone Racing League

That time of the week has come. The one where Free is Beautiful returns to improve your libraries with new free games offered by the Epic ...

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