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Indivisible - Review

"Indivisible is different from anything you have ever played" It is one of the phrases that accompanied the presentation of the second Lab Zero Games title, after the already deserved success of Skullgirls ....
Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Nintendo Switch

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night, the update for Nintendo Switch should arrive by November

Lots of Nintendo Switch users are still waiting for a patch for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, the latest title from Koji Igarashi. The official Kickstarter page has been updated and a window of ...

Indivisible - Preview

LabZero Games has won the trust of the public and critics with that gem that meets the name of "Skull Girls", a super-independent 2D fighting game with a damned hardcore soul. This, combined with a fund ...
Control Remedy

Control - Review

Remedy Entertainment's Finns return to the scene with a new high-level production. After Quantum Break, the software house has partnered with the Italian distributors of 505 Games and has ...

Horace - Review

"A purpose in life" If in the heat of these days of July you feel a void you have to fill, or more simply look for a great pastime to fill your summer days, what better solution if ...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 - Review

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 arrives on consoles in retail edition with a Deluxe Edition including DLC. Will he be able to convince us?
Last Day of June

Free is beautiful - Last Day of June

Here we are to bring you yet another strictly free game. To offer it is again the Epic Games Store with its weekly program, which for months has become a regular event with titles for another not bad. This...

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night - release date on all devices revealed

Today, 505 Games has unveiled the release dates (both for digital and physical editions) of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night for all devices, as we can see from the following ...

Ghost of Tsushima, teaser trailer released during the State of Play

Sony showed another bit of Ghost of Tsushima during the State of Play aired today. Unfortunately, it's just ...

Dreams - Announcement of the release date of the title Media Molecule

Get ready Dreams fans, because the 4 February 2020 your dreams may come true. After a long period of Beta, in which Media ...

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