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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions - Review

If you were to say what this videogame generation was missing, now very close to passing the baton to the next, what is one of the first things ...

The Epidemic - 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. To the...

Control: AWE - Review

With the second and final DLC, Control's path also comes to an end. Remedy Entertainment's work had pleasantly surprised me at the exit (you can ...

Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town - Review

Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town is the second title distributed by the publisher VLG and developed by the Italian team ImaginaryLab. The videogame...

Ary and the Secret of Season - Review

After we talked about it in the preview, let's go back to Ary and the Secret of Season for the FINAL JUDGMENT! And I'll leave ...

Tenet - Review

Talking about a film made by a director like Christopher Nolan is not easy. It is as if a train passes in front of your eyes ...

Project CARS 3 - Review

Having to deal with the review of Project CARS 3 put me in difficulty, because the first evaluation of the title is difficult to ...

Kandagawa Jet Girls - Review

The panorama of Japanese videogame productions with a very high fanservice content is enriched by a new exponent. Kandagawa Jet Girls, title made by SHADE, ...

Tell Me Why - Review

Quantic Dream, Telltale Games, Supermassive Games. When it comes to interactive adventures, there are many developers who have used the video game to tell the ...

Pokémon TCG Dark Flames - Hands-on

As if the heat of this scorching summer weren't enough, The Pokémon Company has chosen to set hearts and hearts on fire even more ...

Microsoft Flight Simulator - Review

I was missing Microsoft Flight Simulator. I played some of the old chapters of the series for a long time only to forget it completely, at least until the year ...

Battletoads - Review

At the beginning of the 90s, the Ninja Turtles depopulated on television, gathering support both among the public of the smallest and that of the largest ....

Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue - Review

I'll be honest, I feel a lot of skepticism and prejudice towards the Visual Novel genre. I obviously don't hate them on the contrary, going backwards with my memory I could ...

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a ...

Imagine a game, perhaps taken from a manga or anime, entirely centered on flashy female gods, adventurers, women and dungeons. Done? Probably...

Darkestville Castle - Review

It happens that during a particularly dark night, a shooting star crashes on the ground of Darkestville, a charming town (but not so much) ...

Kill It With Fire - Review

Kill It With Fire is an indie game, a simulator (more or less) of what would happen in the mind of an arachnophobic Rambo. Set the quality ...

Devil May Cry 5, Vergil will be added via paid DLC ...

In the last few hours Capcom, during the Tokyo Game Show 2020 panel dedicated to Devil May Cry 5, announced that Vergil will be playable ...

TGS 2020, gameplay video for Monster Hunter Rise

The Tokyo Game Show 2020 continues at full speed, and this time we are talking about Capcom which showed the first gameplay video of Monster ...

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