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Whoever writes these lines is a person who had never had anything to do with the Kingdom Hearts saga until about five years ago. When you are small it is difficult to have control over video game purchases from your console, a task that in my family is ...
Apex Legends has literally dug out and has certainly become the topic of the moment. A few days ago our vate, Fraws, also published his videorecensione on Youtube, describing its strengths while maintaining the calmness that distinguishes it. Now it's up to us to talk about it and, without any calmness, ...
Vane is the first work by Friend & Foe Games, an independent studio made up of some veterans of the video game industry, who in the past worked (among other things) on the Killzone series and The Last Guardian. The 5 developers that make up the team have decided to ...
Logbook, day 1 Now I'll tell you about my very first impact with Atlas, which lasted about an hour and a half. I stress that what happened was not filtered or accentuated, it is simply a story of what happened: unloading the game ...
Just Cause 4 explodes on PC. The guys at Avalanche Studios create a new sandbox based on pure adrenaline, they managed to amaze?
Crytek is a company that has had rather high ups and downs. It is known to the world for two reasons: Crysis and CryENGINE, and many often forget that it is thanks to her if today we can also play the Far Cry series. However, Crytek has always been more committed to ...
An unsatisfactory Kickstarter campaign did not stop Terahard from continuing the work on a roguelike scrolling fighting game, Claws of Fury, which will delight all lovers of action and ... ninja cats. What we find between our paws, pardon in our hands, is a title ...
Running for freedom, or allegedly so, a theme underlying the title of Team17 that will accompany us throughout the course of the adventure. The gameplay of Planet Alpha is based and is limited to running, running away from no one knows what, a continuous input of unknown danger that ...

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