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The card game that all lovers of Dragon Ball should play: Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission brings an infinite vastness of content!
Fifteen long years have now passed since the first feature film on Hellboy, a character born from the comics of Mike Mignola, and in this 2019 full of cinecomics we witness an infernal return of the big red boy on the big screen. This new Hellboy film iteration however does not represent the long-awaited closure ...
Gaucho! Take a bit of Motorstorm, add a pinch of Trial Fusion, add a dash of Fast and Furious and a sprinkling of NFS underground, then mix everything with Brickleberry rednecks. Put some bugs here and there and here you are served Arizona Derby, a title with ...
I swear to tell the whole truth: I would play the Ace Attorney saga even on a toaster. I would buy it in a digital version even if it came out on a calculator, I would buy dozens of physical editions to build a plastic court, I would hire actors to recite the interrogation scenes in front of me. After this sober ...
"Horus was weak. Horus was a fool. He held the entire galaxy in his hand 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, one of the most famous three-dimensional wargames of all time. Since then the world of Warhammer 40k ...
A world in ruins, an extinct human race, a boundless desert and a steampunk locomotive, these are the elements that immediately catch the eye in FAR: Lone Sails, the first title of the independent Swiss team Okomotive, which has already won awards international level, and for very good reasons. Despite...
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, now imprinted in the history of the video game. It's a rich market like never before, so what can ...
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 gems, a voice out of the chorus that is not afraid to go against the tide; this is the case ...

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