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Darkestville Castle review

Darkestville Castle - Review

It happens that during a particularly dark night, a shooting star crashes on the ground of Darkestville, a charming town (but not so much) where everyone knows everyone and life goes on serene ...

The Suicide of Rachel Foster - Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster is a walking simulator. If after reading these two words you have not closed everything and you have not run away in a panic, you will be interested in knowing something more about ...

Murder by Numbers by Mediatonic arriving in March

Murder by Numbers, Mediatonic's investigative graphic adventure, is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 5, and the following day on Steam, as announced by lead designer Ed Fear. The price is fixed ...

Mutation - Review

About a century ago, the Moon Dragon meteor crashed on the island of Mutation, with understandably devastating effects. The victims are incalculable, the side effects unexpected: the small tropical paradise will never be the same again ...
Firmament, Kickstarter campaign successfully completed

Firmament, the Kickstarter campaign ended

Cyan's new game Firmament has successfully completed the Kickstarter campaign thanks to one final push from fans. The target of $ 1,285,000 has been surpassed, reaching over 1,4 ...
Free is Bello - Deponia

Free is Beautiful - Deponia

Were you in the mood for an old-fashioned graphic adventure? Free is Beautiful runs to your aid. On Indiegala Deponia, the first chapter of the Daedalic Entertainment saga, is available for free download. A bizarre comedy, a ...

The Outer Worlds has sold over 4 million copies

Take-Two has released sales figures for the first quarter of the fiscal year, particularly those of some labels under its control. Between these...

Tencent loses $ 60 billion on the stock market after a review ...

Let's go back to Tencent, the Chinese giant specialized in financial investments and which in recent years has begun to show particular interest ...

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