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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Nintendo Switch - Review

Starbreeze Studios and director Josef Fares give us a fairy tale to live and to get excited from start to finish, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.

Spellforce: Heroes & Magic - Review

Spellforce is a series that, with 3 chapters and some expansion, has had some success on PC. Spellforce: Heroes & Magic is the spin-off for the mobile market which, already from the name, accentuates ...
2 Rage

Rage 2 - Review

Drive, shoot, jump and hit. Rage 2 has arrived a little less than a week: has it succeeded where its predecessor has failed? I remind you that the version of the game tried is the one for ...

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu - Review

The most weird ideas sometimes prove to be the most effective. At the announcement of a film about Detective Pikachu, the web's reactions were mainly hilarious. Considering the infinite amount of sources at ...

Giga Wrecker Alt. - Review

Giga Wrecker Alt. Is the latest effort in Game Freak, the studio we all know for the Pokémon series. Actually Giga Wrecker Alt. Is not a real novelty, since ...

Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech - Review

Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is the last chapter of the Steamworld franchise, a little gem that we fans keep hidden from the general public to enjoy its beauty. The peculiarity of Steamworld is that ...

Sin Slayers - Review

We return once again to the world of indie games, this time with Sin Slayers, a roguelike turn-based RPG with a fantasy setting. Given the recent start of the Kickstarter campaign, we got to try it in ...

The Sigma Theory - Review

When the French developers of Mi-Clos Studio announced the arrival of The Sigma Theory, they could count on the instant attention of a small but very determined group of fans. Mi-Clos had conquered them with Out There, ...

Horus Heresy: Legions - Review

"Horus was weak. Horus was a fool. He held the entire galaxy in his fist and let it escape. (Abaddon the Destroyer)." The world of Warhammer 40k was born in the far 1987, as the Sci-Fi "rib" of Warhammer Fantasy, ...

The Liar Princess And The Blind Prince - Review

The indie landscape is increasingly diverse and full of proposals. It can satisfy the most varied tastes, with a wide choice of titles ranging from the most particular genres to the classic ones, by now ...

Outward - Review

Welcome to Aurai In a videogame landscape now full of overly similar titles that try to adapt to the fashions and standards of the moment, fortunately it is still possible to find some small gem, a ...
Tom Clancy's The Division 2

Tom Clancy's The 2 Division - Review

The moment has finally arrived. After hours and hours spent on the press kit kindly supplied to us by Ubisoft, the time has come to make the necessary considerations on the new Tom Clancy's The Division 2. Let's begin. Developed ...

One Piece World Seeker - Review

When One Piece World Seeker was announced, I was seized with great interest. Being a fan of the manga, I could not absolutely ignore the potential expressed by the title. An open world game set in a new ...

Braveland Trilogy - Review

Braveland Trilogy is a strategic turn-based RPG with cartoon graphics, porting for Nintendo Switch of the three titles in this series (Braveland, Braveland Pirate and Braveland Wizard) already released on PC between 2014 and ...

Dark Quest 2 - Review

Despite my venerable age, I still have vivid moments in my memory the hours spent playing Hero Quest, both in its physical version (with lots of expansions) and the digital version of the first ...
Dead Or Alive 6: the review.

Dead Or Alive 6: the review

Dead Or Alive 6. Impalpable, repetitive and a lot of "haphazard friendly keys" (much more than noobs in SFV online), but only if you are not a fan of the series. A title...

Bleeding Edge - Review

This last decade has proven to be truly surprising for the gaming industry, a double luster full of thick titles, new experiments and experiences that have ...

Games Industry Unites to Promote World Health Organization Messages Against COVID-19; ...

Global Games Industry Encourages Players to Follow Health and Safety Guidelines for COVID-19; Provides Information and Social Connection - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # PlayApartTogether - Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA): WHATToday, the global and ...

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