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RAD - Review

RAD is a roguelike developed by Double Fine Productions, a studio that gave us great entertainment titles like Psychonauts and Brutal Legends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41fQ1dE4jg8 NEVER, NEVER, I WILL FORGET ... One day the human race will be swept away by an apocalypse ...
Neoverse

Neoversa - Review

In the 2017 a game that has had an unexpected success, called Slay the Spire, made its appearance on Steam, which brought to the fore a genre completely unknown like that of ...

Terraria Nintendo Switch Version - Review

For those who in recent years have been caught up in the "sandboxmania" born with Minecraft, it is impossible not to know Terraria. The game created by Re-Logic is often played down as a simple "Minecraft 2D", but while the ...

Cadence of Hyrule - Review

When the 20 March, during Nintendo Direct dedicated to indie games, was presented Cadence of Hyrule, the audience (me in primis) was baffled for a moment. It was true that Nintendo had "promised" others ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

ASUS ROG Phone - our tests

As promised in the video, in this article we show you the complete game with PUBG mobile by Fraws and some shots made around the camera, providing you with the 'original' files, good vision! Full match to ...

My Hero One's Justice - Review - PS4

With My Hero One's Justice there are over ten titles based on anime or manga that Bandai Namco has released only this year. As you can easily guess from the name, this time it fell to ...

Koikatu (NSFW) - Review

For those not familiar, this one above is Dr. Cox from Scrubs (one of the biggest sitcoms ever) that sums up a very simple concept: porn reigns supreme (especially on the Internet). Obviously...

Empires Apart - Review

In the last period I had the chance to try Empires Apart, the new RTS of the very Italian studio DESTINYBit and I must say that I am very torn in writing this article. https://youtu.be/K_MgTbgUI1Q Whoever chews the genre well, can not fail to compare ...

Frantics - Review

When you think of party games, you usually associate these titles with Nintendo consoles that have long had an excellent tradition with this genre (one above all: Mario Party), but Frantics wants to show that even ...

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Reports Strong Results for Fiscal First Quarter ...

GAAP net revenue grew 54% to $ 831.3 million, a fiscal first quarter record GAAP net income per diluted share increased 88% to $ 0.77 GAAP net ...

Howard: Life, Words - Review

In most cases, the general public simply consumes an entertainment product, without scratching its surface. And speaking of the ...

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