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Guilty Gear Strive - Review

The fighting game, as already mentioned in the past on these pages, is one of the most complex and layered genres of the medium. It takes time, dedication and a fair amount of patience. It is not a case that...
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Microsoft buys the Smash.gg platform

The platform of export tournaments dedicated to the world of fighting, Smash.gg, has announced its total acquisition by Microsoft, thus becoming part of the Xbox division within the Redmond company. Opened in 2015 with headquarters in San Francisco, the ...
Streets of Rage 4

Streets of Rage 4, launch date announced

The launch date of Street of Rage 4 has been made official by the developers along with the new Battle Mode. Those announcements come through a video trailer posted on the title creators' YouTube channel. The...

Streets of Rage 4 has a release date

Streets of Rage 4 finally seems to have a release date. In fact, on the Nintendo store, the game will be available starting from April 23, the day on which it will make its debut, most likely, also ...

Granblue Fantasy Versus - Review

I spent about 40 hours on the latest Arc System Works effort - and many more to follow - getting more passionate about 2D fighting games than ever before. I think I can safely say that I am ...

Bleeding Edge - Review

This last decade has proved to be truly surprising for the gaming industry, a double luster full of thick titles, new experiments and experiences that have upset - for better or for worse - the landscape ...

My Hero One's Justice 2 - Review

The plethora of tie-ins taken from anime and manga is now incalculable, a veritable chaos of productions that, riding the wave of the success of the original work, aim for a gain, if not easy, at least ...
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Street Fighter V: Champion Edition - Review

Street Fighter is one of those titles that takes you back in time. Although our country has not lived or matured, a real culture of arcade arcades, it cannot be said ...

Streets of Rage 2X: Version 1.7 is now available for download

For all Streets of Rage fans, here's something interesting. Kratus has released a brand new version of his free project based on Streets of Rage: Streets of Rage 2X ....

LastFight - The brawler arena is now available on Nintendo Switch ... maybe

Not many will remember LastFight, and it's understandable given that the news around the game, which seeks to take the Power Stone legacy, has been hiding for about three years. Yet, according to the words of ...

Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [cl-r] - A close look at Londrekia

The Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late fighting game is about to host a new fighter. For the first time in fact, we will be able to play as Londrekia, a member of Ritter Schild. The 4Gamer site manages to give us some ...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Sakurai tells us about Terry Bogard

From today, the iconic Terry Bogard joins the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, directly from the historic fighting game Fatal Fury. Sakurai is ready to explain the character in detail, with a video Breakdown of the ...

Street Fighter - According to Yoshinori Ono, fans have to "convince" Nintendo to ...

Recently interviewed at the EGX 2019, Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono answered a fan's question about plans to bring the fourth or fifth chapter of the beat'em up series on Nintendo ...

Guilty Gear - New trailer for Axl Low and six playable characters at ArcRevo America ...

Arc System Works' famous anime fighter is coming back. After the success of Dragonball FighterZ, the software house returns to its most characteristic and intriguing product: Guilty Gear. After a quick look ...
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Indivisible - Review

"Indivisible is unlike anything you have ever played" is one of the phrases that accompanied the presentation campaign of the second Lab Zero Games title, after the already well-deserved success of Skullgirls ....

[gamescom 2019] Streets of Rage 4 - Tried

We are at the beginning of the 90 years, in the full bloom of the computer industry and with it also the videogame one. Continuous technological advances make it possible to create games that are more satisfying and more aesthetically beautiful every year.

Venom: Carnage's Fury - Review

Talking about cinecomic, with the huge fan base they carry around, has always been difficult. Especially at the dawn of 2022, a historical period in which the ...

Happy Home Paradise expansion announced for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The new Animal Crossing Direct dedicated to the latest news for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has just ended, such as the new version 2.0 ...

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