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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 to have given us titles of different kinds within the same setting, even if in moments ...
"Oh my God I heard something ..." (cit.) You know those broadcasts on DMAX focused on the hunt for ghosts, spirits, poltergeists, aliens, occult presences of old spinster deaths because they are spiked with the Singer's needle piercing the saphenous? And in search of which there are four truzzi of America with the help ...
https://youtu.be/UMsQ2oB006w Nel già affollato panorama dei rompicapo horror, irrompe Close to the Sun, e va a piazzarsi ai primi posti in assoluto per la potenza dell' ambientazione. Il titolo degli italianissimi Storm in a Teacup è estremamente godibile, pur non essendo esente da difetti, e prima di analizzarlo ho ritenuto...
When I think of toy cars, my mind immediately returns to the 90 PC video game, with which I spent hours playing with my father. Small, colorful and a bit woody to control, they darted on impromptu paths on a kitchen table, among the provisions of ...
Konami Arcade Classic Anniversary Collection is a collection of coin-up titles that unites some of the main titles released during the distant 80 years, focusing in particular on the Shoot-em-up genre, very popular at the time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QICqlIm7578 Within this collection, published to begin the celebration of the well 50 ...
After a long wait, the last Bend Studio title, Days Gone, arrived on our Playstation 4. Find out if it's worth surviving and playing it!
Industrial revolution to revolutionize the genre? The kind of real-time strategy on PC is not experiencing a truly rosy phase. There are only a few left, killed by changes of taste in the videogame population, as is also natural. A subgenre that however resists undaunted is that ...
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 campaign on Kickstarter, we have had the chance to try these days a Beta version on Steam of the game, even if it is already available for ...

Mortal Kombat's film reboot has a release date

The Mortal Kombat films were a huge success in the 90 years, especially for lovers of the videogame saga. They were years when I didn't ...

Announced Doctor Who VR, don't close your eyes

Fan of Doctor Who, allons-y! Maze Theory studio - developer of virtual reality titles like The Vanishing Act - announced a ...

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