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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 ...
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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 ...
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Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones - Review

After trying it with a lot of interest and amazement at gamescom, I couldn't wait to get my hands on Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones in its final version. The game, developed by the very nice ...
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Grandia HD Collection - Review

Surely one of the greatest advantages of Nintendo Switch over the past three years is that it has been a reliable home for all retrogaming fans. The online subscription guarantees among its ...
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Borderlands 3 - Review

The hunters of the crypt are back, and they are more hungry for treasure than ever. Gearbox, after seven years from the publication of Borderlands 2, brings the saga back to life with Borderlands 3. Ok, maybe ...

NBA 2K20 - Review

If you have the finite 4-2 in the eyes for Toronto against Golden State thanks to a sumptuous Kawhi Leonard, if you are anxiously following all the "trade" of the off season, if your "folly" ...
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Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerea Witch Remastered - Review

Six years after its debut on the PlayStation 3, Bandai Namco decides to bring back to the current generation of Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerean Witch. The work of Studio Ghibli and ...

Summary: The Ragnarok M mobile game: Eternal Love was launched ...

SEUL, South Korea - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Gravity Interactive, Inc., a subsidiary of Gravity Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRVY), as well as a prestigious video game production company operating on ...

Nintendo Switch Sales Surpass 15 Million in North America

Nintendo Switch is the Best-Selling US Video Game Console for 10 Months in a RowREDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems ...

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