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Splatoon 3 Nintendo Switch Splatfest Review

Splatoon 3 - A Review to go beyond prejudices

Before reviewing Splatoon 3, I would like to make a few historical notes, as always. Not long ago, at least until the end of the Eighth Generation of Consoles, talking about Nintendo with a more generalist audience ...
Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak CAPCOM Review

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak - Review

Should you buy Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak? Yes. The review could end here, and frankly I wish I could wrap up the article and let you experience it firsthand the way you like it. But that would be ...
Yu-Gi-Oh Konami Master Duel Review

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel - Review of a "Love / Hate" relationship

If you had told me in 2008 that among the various IPs held by Konami - Metal Gear, Silent Hill, Castlevania, Pro Evolution Soccer - Yu-Gi-Oh would have been the only one treated with velvet gloves ...
Kirby and the Lost Land Nintendo HAL Laboratory Review

Kirby and the Lost Land - Review

One of my main beliefs and admissions that I discuss over and over again not only in my articles but also with friends and colleagues is that my videogame baggage is never ...

Pokémon Shining Diamond and Shining Pearl - Review

The fourth generation of Pokémon, it is no secret, was one of the most appreciated by the public: Diamond, Pearl and Platinum certainly represent a more than pleasant memory for many fans of the franchise, especially ...

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City - Review

Here we go again. For the umpteenth time, some film producer had the "brilliant" idea of ​​stumbling upon the (im) possible enterprise of trying to adapt a classic videogame into a movie for theaters. The sacrificial "victim" ...
Metroid Dread Mercury Steam Metroidvania Nintendo Switch Review

Metroid Dread - The Review of a "Poser"

This article couldn't start off worse than with this confession: I've never played a Metroid title. Perfect! And with this introductory sentence I can say that I sent ...

I'm your man - Review

Can a robot have feelings for a human creature? This is a question that science fiction has asked us in various sectors over the years. In the beginning it was Asimov with some ...
NEO: The World Ends with You Square Enix Review

NEO: The World Ends with You - The “Zetta” Review

"Thanks again! See you soon and Goodbye." With these words the musical track Twister-Remix ended and in some ways also ended the adventure of Neku, Shiki, Beat, Rhyme and Joshua and everyone ...
Les bal des Folles

Le Bal des Folles - Review

"What interests me is asking unanswered questions." It is not a quote from this film, Le Bal des Folles, but from an interview. It was released by the writer of the book of the same name from which ...

Demon Skin - Review

Demon Skin is a self-styled souls-like hack & slash coming to Steam on April 13th. I've never been a huge fan of the souls but the idea of ​​transposing some mechanics from the series into ...

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 coins

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-PDV

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 ...

Phil Spencer promises big news for first party titles on ...

If you are an Xbox gamer, you will certainly know that - in terms of first party exclusives - 2022 has been a pretty poor year. Of course,...

IKEA asked an indie developer to remove all references ...

Last month, well-known developer Jacob Shaw and sole studio member Ziggy opened his Kickstarter Campaign for a new game ...

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