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Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood - Review

INTRODUCTION Wolfenstein is, without any doubt, one of my favorite sagas of all time. You want it because it's the shooter par excellence, you want it because it's part of the video game story, you want it because it's the perfect simulator of ...
Apex Legends

Is Apex Legends better than Fortnite? Definitely yes - Review

Apex Legends has literally dug out and has certainly become the topic of the moment. A few days ago our vate, Fraws, also published his videorecensione on Youtube, describing its strengths while still maintaining ...

PDV turns off another candle. The story continues…

Here we are. Also for this year the moment has arrived. The 6 January of the 2016 the PDV site re-opened its doors for the third time, with a new formation and new goals. Today,...


I know I know. With such a title the claims are high and lends itself easily to criticism and various flames. I have tried, I swear, to find different solutions: not ...
Comic Con

Solidarity with Comic Con, Tripoli, assaulted by Islamic extremists

I didn't know what cut to give to the article. I was undecided whether to make it a vent worthy of the Smerigliamento, or whether to make it an opportunity for a lucid analysis that, rather than a polemic against the attackers, was in solidarity with the victims ....

PlayStation Plus: the other bell

The argument of the increase in the cost of the PS + service is still hot, and the topic actually turned the minds on the editorial staff. The situation described by Giuseppe in the article "Console: Is it fair to pay for online services?" ...

TG4 or: When ignorance can manipulate information Editorial

The 19 Maggio TG4 decides to broadcast the usual anti-ISIS service, documenting the arrest of two Tunisian brothers who were respectively in Foggia (and not Bari, who otherwise Fraws ...

The "Talk of Video Games" prize goes to ... / Svilupparty Day 02

After a great first day, here we are at the second and last chapter of this Svilupparty! The exhibited and playable projects have changed and so we had to try them again almost everybody. Like the previous day, 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 - Review

Dreams - Review

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