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Dragonball Z: Kakarot - Preview

I've been a Dragonball fan for practically always and still today when by chance I run into an episode of the legendary work of Toriyama, whatever it is, I can't resist and block everything ...

Ori and the Blind Forest - Developers are working on an action ...

Moon Studios, the team behind the development of Ori and the Blind Forest is working on a new action RPG. According to a job announcement on Gamasutra, the studio is looking for seniors ...

Kingdom Hearts III - The ReMIND DLC available for pre-order

Kingdom Hearts III returns with the DLC ReMIND the 23 January 2020, in exclusive time on PS4 for about a month. During the State of Play the pre-orders regarding this ... have been opened

Square Enix is ​​working on a next-gen action game

Thanks to Gematsu, and according to a search for personnel, Square Enix should be working on a new action-based title, expected for the next generation of consoles. The recruitment page ...
Code Vein cover

Code Vein - Review

Code Vein has not had an easy and peaceful development. The very first playable demos showed different problems and defects, to the point that Bandai Namco was forced to postpone the release of the title always ...
moonlighter

Free is nice - Moonlighter

Epic Games Store continues to release great games for free, this time it's the turn of the interesting action RPG Moonlighter. Moonlighter is an action rpg divided between day and night. If by day we should manage evolution ...

Official Market for Path of Exile

Path of Exile is a great Action RPG for PC and Xbox One, and for Diablo 2 fans, left, like me, disappointed by Diablo 3, it was a great fallback, considering also that it is ...

Diablo II released a new patch

Nowadays manufacturers release patches and updates for games up to 2 years after their release, making "old" and "no longer supported" games in little time. Is not the ...

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

The Grudge - Review

A Long Way Down

A Long Way Down - Review

Kunai

Kunai - Review

Dreams - Review

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