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Darksiders Genesis

Darksiders Genesis - Review

One year after the third installment in the series, the Darksiders series returns to the spotlight with a new chapter developed this time by Airship Syndicate, a team composed of former members of the late Vigil Games, ...
Autonauts

Autonauts - Review

After the great success of Minecraft, it was inevitable that other development teams would try, over time, to follow in the footsteps of the title developed by Mojang in a more or less explicit way. The...
MediEvil

MediEvil - review

We live in an age now dominated by nostalgia. This phenomenon, unfortunately, has contaminated different environments and, more often than not, it is also connected to the world of entertainment, starting from the cinema up to touching even the ...
The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds - Review

"Aaaah the space. A truly fascinating place you can't find? How many mysteries lie behind the shimmer of the stars, how many secrets hide the countless nebulae millions and millions of light years away. Who knows, we might find out ...
FIFA 20

FIFA 20 - Review

It's been out a while, but I didn't want to and I couldn't miss the chance to have my say on a game like FIFA 20. Needless to deny it: much of my adolescence has been filled ...

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint - Review

Two years have passed since the return of the Ghost Recon franchise and, in the industry, a lot of water has passed under the bridge. With Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Ubisoft has tried to update the gaming formula seen ...
Code Vein cover

Code Vein - Review

Code Vein has not had an easy and peaceful development. The very first playable demos showed different problems and defects, to the point that Bandai Namco was forced to postpone the release of the title always ...

Contra: Rogue Corps - Review

Konami returns to the spotlight, this time with Contra: Rogue Corps, new chapter of one of the most representative sagas of the Japanese giant. Technically speaking, the game looks back at least a couple of generations, with ...

Frostpunk: The Last Autumn, the expansion will be published in January

11 bit studios announced that the Frostpunk: The Last Autumn expansion will be released on 21 January 2020 for PC. The Xbox One versions ...

Planetside Arena, the servers will be closed in January 2020

Daybreak has announced that the online shooter Planetside Arena, in early PC access from September 2019, will be sent offline. The servers will be closed ...

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