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El Cid - Review

El Cid is a new Spanish series produced and distributed by Amazon Prime, coming to Prime Video on December 18th. The show tells the fictional story of Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, a well-known fighter ...
Chicken Police The Wild Gentlemen Review

Chicken Police: Paint it Red! - Review

If you were to use a term for Chicken Police, it would be the ideal template for a Game Designer business card. Of course: The Wild Gentlemen is not an independent studio run by inexperienced people, ...
Over the Moon Netflix Review Animation Fei Fei

Over the Moon - Review

In recent years, Netflix has done its best to materialize the cliché of “all Netflix productions suck” by pointing the finger at products like 13, Iron Fist and Daybreak. However ...

FIFA 21 - Review

Premise: whoever writes to you is, like it or not, a regular FIFA player for 7 years now. Every year I promise not to get my hands on this sporting title anymore, swearing ...

Horace - Review

In the beginning there was Emiglio, the robot that every child born in the 90s wanted, very different from the mechs that Japanese anime had and got used to. No rocket missile or circuit ...
Serious Sam 4

Serious Sam 4 - Review

Nine years, it took nine years for Serious Sam to come back to us. Our dear Sam and his iconic T-shirt had been missing for a long time, long ...

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 - Review

If you are in your twenties and are passionate about video games, it is impossible that you have never heard of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and the following chapters. Born from the late Neversoft, this production allowed ...
Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue Sprite Visual Novel Review

Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue - Review

I'll be honest, I feel a lot of skepticism and prejudice towards the Visual Novel genre. I obviously don't hate them on the contrary, going back in memory I could list titles like Professor Layton and The World Ends with ...

Kill It With Fire - Review

Kill It With Fire is an indie game, a simulator (more or less) of what would happen in the mind of an arachnophobic Rambo. Set the video quality cropped and a resolution of 1024x768 - which recreates the ...

Necrobarist - Review

Visual novels have never been very popular outside of Japan, but now, thanks above all to the Fate saga and the much talked about Doki Doki literature club, the genre has succeeded ...

Sword and Shield Pokémon: The Lonely Isle of Armor - Review

For the first time in the history of the Pokémon brand we are faced with an Expansion Pass and not a third updated edition of the same title. "The Lonely Island of Armor", first part of the Pass ...

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition - Review

Nine years have passed since, at the end of its life cycle, Nintendo Wii gave us three pearls of the JRPG world: Pandora's Tower, The Last Story and Xenoblade Chronicles. If the first two remain ...

Infinite: Beyond The Mind - Review

Infinite: Beyond the Mind is a new platform / action with retro graphics also arrived on Nintendo Switch, ready to bring you in the 90s.
Pine Review

Pine Nintendo Switch - Review

At the turn of the 90s and the advent of the new millennium, the consoles of users around the world were literally invaded by adventure titles in three dimensions. Especially on PlayStation ...

Dread Nautical Nintendo Switch - Review

Dread Nautical is the latest title from Zen Studios, a Hungarian software house famous for licensed pinball. The game, already released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, is available on the Nintendo console starting ...

SnowRunner - Review

The video-playful media is a maze of corridors and paths in which it is as easy to get lost as to find yourself, thanks to the fact that in this layered labyrinth there are hidden products suitable for any desire, habit, ...

“Project Hailstorm” appears in the Google Stadia files

Players of Google Stadia, the big G's game streaming platform, could finally see a new exclusive on the horizon. The news comes from the boys ...

Five Nintendo Switch flaws according to Hideki Kamiya

Hideki Kamiya as always does not send them to say and, this time, he talks to us about the five defects of the Nintendo Switch. The famous Japanese director does ...

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