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Atlas - Review

Logbook, day 1 Now I'll tell you about my very first impact with ...

Frantics - Review

When you think of party games, these titles are usually associated with Nintendo consoles that have long had an excellent tradition with this genre (one ...

Kirby Star Allies - A Happy Review

There are days when everything goes wrong: at work it is a Greek tragedy, you had a fight with someone, the lunch at the table looked like mud ...

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales - Review, stories of heroes and war

Thronebreaker: the Witcher Tales, a title that represents Gwent's long-awaited single player campaign that over time has become a real game in itself, ...

Mario Party: The Top 100, when a long time is not enough

Christmas holidays are coming and it's time to bring families together to have fun with the much-loved social games where ...

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd RUNNER - M∀RS - Review

I'll tell you right away: as a child I didn't like robots. For nothing. I can't tell you why, I just didn't enjoy looking at the ...

Monopoly also spoils friendships on Nintendo Switch

From that world and the world Board Games, also known as board games by the most profane, have always contributed, in addition to the fun of ...

Just Cause 4- Review

Just Cause 4 explodes on PC. The guys at Avalanche Studios create a new sandbox based on pure adrenaline, they managed to amaze?

Dark Night, when emotions tell everything - Review

It should have been the Dark Knight's night, but turned into a bad night. In English this incipit would make more and ...

My Hero One's Justice - Review - PS4

With My Hero One's Justice there are over a dozen titles based on anime or manga that Bandai Namco has released this year alone. How to...

Build the game of your dreams with RPG Maker Fes

How many times, while playing some J-RPG, have you thought that there were huge plot holes or simply the final confrontation left you with ...

Valkyria Revolution: innovation does not pay

Valkyria Revolution, produced by Media Vision and published by SEGA, nomen omen, is a true revolution in all respects. The first "revolution" takes place ...

Slaps and Beans - Review

In December of the 2016 the Slaps and Beans Kickstarter campaign captured my curiosity. Having seen, mainly when I was little, different ...

YS VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana - Review

Although the YS video game series does not have the blazon of other titles in its genre (at least in the western market), in the course ...

Creepy Road - A review full of dangerous obstacles

It's a quiet day like any other, the truck driver Flint Trucker has finally finished his many transports and can return to his beloved ...

Shadow of the Tomb Raider - Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the latest chapter in the trilogy, started in 2013 by Crystal Dynamics, which tells the origins of Lara Croft. The...

Phil Spencer promises big news for first party titles on ...

If you are an Xbox gamer, you will certainly know that - in terms of first party exclusives - 2022 has been a pretty poor year. Of course,...

IKEA asked an indie developer to remove all references ...

Last month, well-known developer Jacob Shaw and sole studio member Ziggy opened his Kickstarter Campaign for a new game ...

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