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Bridgerton - Review

Bridgerton is the new series by Shonda Rhimes, made exclusively for Netflix, coming to our screens on Christmas day. Represents the ...

Cyberpunk 2077 - Review

Here we are, finally. After just eight years from the first announcement, postponements of the release date, controversy over the crunch and a communication to say the least ...

Immortals Fenyx Rising - Review

After Assassin's Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion Ubisoft closes its releases of this strange 2020 with its third open world in ...

Chronos: Before the Ashes - Review

Remnant: From the Ashes turned out to be a more than welcome surprise in 2019, thanks to a game formula that used well ...

Destiny 2: Beyond the Light - Review

What I have with Destiny is a conflicting relationship and the more I discuss it with other players, the more I realize how this is a ...

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Review

The three Norns, legendary guardians of Yggdrasil and weavers of the tapestry of destiny, depict according to Norse mythology those who since the birth of time ...

The Sims 4 Snowy Oasis - Review

Reviewing additional content for The Sims is never easy. In fact, there is no consistent yardstick to the end, as ...

Chicken Police: Paint it Red! - Review

If you were to use a term to define Chicken Police, it would be the ideal template for a Game Designer business card. Sure: The Wild ...

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope - Review

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope is the second game in the anthology of horror titles in the Dark Pictures series. The premises seemed, already from the few ...

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Review

After the story of Kazuma Kiryu, the team directed by Toshiiro Nagoshi realized that the crime saga made in Sega needed a ...

Ghostrunner - Review

How much do we like cyberpunk? No, I'm not saying that "Cyberpunk", of which unfortunately we still can't say if and how much we like (which then ...

DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One - Review

The gruesome descent - or rise? - of the Doomguy in the bowels of demonic reality that shapes the bloody universe created by id Software seems ...

Pokémon Sword and Shield: The snowy lands of the crown - Review

After the half disappointment of the first part of the Pokémon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass, how did Game Freak behave with the ...

Over the Moon - Review

In recent years, Netflix has done its best to materialize the cliché of "all Netflix productions suck" by targeting the ...

FIFA 21 - Review

Premise: whoever writes to you is, like it or not, a regular FIFA player for 7 years now. Every year I promise to ...

Horace - Review

In the beginning there was Emiglio, the robot that every child born in the 90s wanted, very different from the mechs to which Japanese anime ...

Twitch will broadcast the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

We are approaching one of the most anticipated (and unfortunately postponed) sporting events of the year: the 32nd edition of the Tokyo Olympic Games will begin on 23 July 2021 ...

Apex Legends, a bug can make you start without teammates

A particularly serious bug in Apex Legends can cause you to start the game without any allies even if you have selected the trio, duet or ...

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