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Inertial Drift Level 91 Entertainment Review

Inertial Drift - Review

Here we are: the last corner. So far the circuit has been mild, no corners too tight or too wide. The only problem is the snow on the track, the slightest contact could break down the ...
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Review

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town - Review

In most video games - starting with RPGs to get to Gatcha in recent years - the concept of farming (or grinding) has always been seen as that element belonging to the "or the ...
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Review

Let's take a little leap into the past: in 2002, after an initial test period on the Nintendo 64, Nintendo brought the first chapter of the Animal Crossing series to GameCube. What made him at the time ...

The Sigma Theory - Review

When the French developers of Mi-Clos Studio announced the arrival of The Sigma Theory, they could count on the instant attention of a small but very determined group of fans. Mi-Clos had conquered them with Out There, ...
Steam against review bombing

Steam against review bombing

The phenomenon of review bombing has for some time become a much discussed topic, especially on Steam. By this term we mean that "bombardment" of negative reviews that have the sole purpose of ...

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Our list of the top gaming PC deals for Black Friday & Cyber ​​Monday, including all the best savings on iBUYPOWER, CyberPowerPC and moreBOSTON - (BUSINESS ...

Black Friday & Cyber ​​Monday Xbox Series X & S Deals ...

Here's a comparison of the best Xbox Series X & S deals for Black Friday & Cyber ​​Monday 2020, featuring the latest savings on ...

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