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My Friend Pedro - New ways to celebrate the 500 thousand copies sold

The absurd shooter platform that responds to the name of My Friend Pedro certainly managed to get noticed thanks to its eccentricity and extravagance, breaking the roof of the 500 thousand copies sold. Now get rich ...

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Review

If you are a fan of videogames grown between the years 80 and 90 it is likely that the name "Rare" has a certain importance in your vocabulary. Creators of some of the most popular titles and characters ...

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 ...

[gamescom 2019] Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Tried

After the reserve debut of the first Yooka-Laylee, Playtonic Games proposes a new adventure of the unlikely chameleon and bat duo making a step back on the dimensions. With The Impossible Lair we return to the origins of the genre, ...

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 ...

Free is beautiful - Limbo

The Epic Game Store continues the flurry of free games and after Torchlight last week, it's up to Limbo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4HSyVXKYz8 Limbo is an 2D puzzle platformer with a strong "trial and death" character, for the same will of ...
Unbound: Worlds Apart: the review

Unbound: Worlds Apart- Review

Kickstart (er) my heart Unbound: Worlds Apart is a project on Kickstarter (currently at 50% of total funds to see the complete product made) by the guys from Alien Pixel Studios, Romanian Software House already author ...

Giga Wrecker Alt. - Review

Giga Wrecker Alt. Is the latest effort in Game Freak, the studio we all know for the Pokémon series. Actually Giga Wrecker Alt. Is not a real novelty, since ...

PS4 and Xbox One: decreasing sales in the Pre-Next Gen period

The Next Gen is almost upon us and, although both Xbox One and Playstation 4 have yet to fire their latest cartridges, for many ...

The new Rainbow Six operators will be Iana and Oryx

Ubisoft Montreal has confirmed that today, February 17th 2020, the new operators of Rainbow Six Siege will be made available on the test servers. Following the ...

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