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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions - Review

If you were to say what was missing in this videogame generation, now very close to passing the baton to the next, what is one of the first things that would come to mind? Definitely not a game of ...

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate ...

Imagine a game, perhaps taken from a manga or anime, entirely centered on flashy female gods, adventurers, women and dungeons. Done? Probably not. And that's okay, because they've already thought about it ...

The Robbery - Review

In the coming weeks on PDVG in collaboration with Giochi Premium we will talk about several adult titles worthy of your attention, selected by us for you. Every video game enthusiast has surely got to live in ...

Spitlings - Review

After Hayfever, can you imagine another game in which you have to do something that, in this period - and in reality always, if you have a minimum of education - is not seen at all ...

Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris - Review

Video games based on anime are often frowned upon. Do you want for a poor quality of adaptation, or for a poor quality of the work from which they are drawn, the games of this videogame line ...

Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1 and 2 PS4- Review

You know, summer days bring a lot of free time with them. And, needless to say, for us players a lot of free time equals ... well, a lot to play. If you are undecided on what to vent your ...

Journey To The Savage Planet Hot Garbage - Review

Typhoon Studios, just recently, had been able to amaze each of us with its unexpected, lively and crazy game that recently got its first expansion: Journey To The Savage Planet Hot Garbage ....

Resident Evil 3 Remake - Review

Horror is one of the most widespread primordial sensations, which each of us, in its most varied forms and meanings, has certainly experienced at least once in their life. Without a doubt, as gamers, for us ...

Songbird Symphony Nintendo Switch - Review

The current gaming landscape is dotted with a myriad of indie titles, many of which unfortunately fail to emerge and give the right value to their potential. However, some games have all the ...

Hayfever - Review

You know, walking around and sneezing during these days are two activities that are not particularly frowned upon, due to the difficult situation we are experiencing. I'm sure, though, that if ...

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows - Review

The videogame transpositions of animated works, almost always Japanese, have had and continue to have an uncertain fate, in alternating phases. Many times, in fact, it happens to be in front of a One Piece World Seeker, other ...

Megaman Zero / ZX Legacy Collection - Review

Nostalgia is often rogue, and it often happens that it can leverage our emotions and our most cherished memories. This is obviously no secret, and Mom Capcom knows it well. There ...

Dreams - Review

Imagine being able to give free rein to your imagination, being able to literally realize everything that passes through your head. All this, without the need to resort to who knows what expensive tools, but simply arranging ...

Darksiders Genesis PlayStation 4 Version - Review

Change is a process that involves each of us, many times for good and other times for bad. Undressing of certain cloths is something that can happen for the most varied reasons, and really ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown, hostile places full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all has found space within the videogame transpositions. It's definitely not a new topic, ...

To The Moon - Nintendo Switch Review

Imagine being able to enclose all the sensitivity, fragility and emotions of the human soul, and turn them into a 16-bit style entertainment work. Imagine now being able to use it not only in front of the screen of a ...

Dragon Age 4 won't be out until 2023 according to some sources

Dragon Age 4 probably won't see the light for a couple of years. This is what was reported by the well-known Jeff Grubb, now specialized in ...

Respawn Entertainment is working to develop a new "single-player adventure"

Respawn Entertainment, one of the top studios under the umbrella of Electronic Arts, is officially working on a new "single-player adventure" project. To announce it is ...

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