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Autonauts - Review

After the great success of Minecraft, it was inevitable that other development teams would try, over time, to follow in the footsteps of the title developed by Mojang in a more or less explicit way. The title developed by Denki, although belonging to a completely different genre, in aesthetics comes close enough ...
Untitled Goose Game is a very personal game for me: at the age of twelve I was on a trip to the Bioparco and a goose ate the sandwich I had brought for lunch. All in one bite. Animals treacherous and evil, as known in the regions of central Italy, where the ocarone - or ...
Review of the MH 751 gaming headset by Cooler Master

MediEvil - review

We live in an age now dominated by nostalgia. This phenomenon, unfortunately, has contaminated different environments and, more often than not, it is also connected to the world of entertainment, starting from the cinema to even touching on video games. Speaking of the latter, it is impossible not to mention the recent remastered Crash ...
"Aaaah the space. A really fascinating place you don't find? How many mysteries lie behind the shimmer of the stars, how many secrets hide the innumerable nebulae millions and millions of light years away. Who knows, we could discover that in the magnificence of the cosmos there are many potentially planets colonizable, where humanity could expand ...
There comes a moment in the life of every video game critic in which, willy-nilly, he will have to come across a production absolutely outside of his strings. The simulative genre has never met my favor, but at the same time aroused in me a certain charm, due to ...
It's been out a while, but I didn't want to and I couldn't miss the chance to have my say on a game like FIFA 20. There is no denying it: most of my adolescence was filled with hours and hours of playing in front of football titles, accompanied by old friends ....
Disco Elysium is a role-playing game that tries to go deeper into the protagonist's psychological introspection and offers many skills to rotate the character with respect to the market average.

We have tried Google Stadia, here is the data

We were lucky enough to try stadia on day one, here's the video of the review we talk about video games. You can find detailed data at ...

The nominations for the 2019 Game Awards

The 2019 Game Awards are approaching and the December 12, Geoff Keighley & Co. will award the prizes for this year, as well as unveil some ...

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