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The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds - Review

"Aaaah the space. A truly fascinating place you can't find? How many mysteries lie behind the shimmer of the stars, how many secrets hide the countless nebulae millions and millions of light years away. Who knows, we might find out ...

Nostos - The online VR in VR will be released in 2019, beta confirmed

If you're a fan of Sword Art Online, this is something you can't miss. Nostos, an online role-playing game with virtual reality support, now has a launch window for the 2019. The game...

Outward - Review

Welcome to Aurai In a videogame landscape now full of overly similar titles that try to adapt to the fashions and standards of the moment, fortunately it is still possible to find some small gem, a ...
Castle Crashers Remastered

Castle Crashers Remastered for Ps4 and Switch

Castle Crashers Remastered is out for Ps4 and Switch. After 11 years the famous title of the Indie The Behemoth software house, will see the light in a remastered version both for the Sony monolith and ...

Free is beautiful: Stories - The Path of Destinies

Have you done the binge with the contents of Bandai Namco that we have reported to you before? BRAVISSIMO! Aren't you full? I hope not, because we have something else to make you download for "FREE". https://youtu.be/5sRf9GsZ58A Do you know it? I admit one ...

No More Heroes 3, here's the amazing extended trailer

On YouTube, the extended version of the No More Heroes 3 trailer was shown at The Game Awards, with a truly surprising story.

Death Stranding, the vinyl of the soundtrack will be published in the 2020

Most of the time spent in Death Stranding is punctuated by splendid songs. Unfortunately the soundtrack has not yet been published entirely ...

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