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The Talos Principle - The first-person narrative puzzle game comes to Nintendo ...

After the PC launch in December 2014, The Talos Principle has landed on Nintendo Switch, five years after its debut. It is a single player game produced by the Croatian developer Croteam, the creators ...

Candy Crush Soda Saga - Over 2 billion dollars earned for the puzzle ...

Almost six years after its arrival, Candy Crush continues its unstoppable success. Candy Crush Soda Saga generated a profit of over two billion dollars, according to the latest report from the Sensor Tower Store ...

[gamescom 2019] Filament - Proven

Space, last frontier. Often the science fiction has exploited the immensity of the universe to convey a feeling of placidity and at the same time of anxiety. This is the background atmosphere that accompanies the player who decides ...
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 ...

GDC 2020: Microsoft also retires due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus continues to be the plaque of many trade fairs in the sector and not. After the postponement of Cartoomics here in Italy and ...

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, launch trailer

Bandai Namco has released a launch trailer for the upcoming release of One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, a video game based on the anime and manga ...

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