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Songbird Symphony Nintendo Switch - Review

The current gaming landscape is dotted with a myriad of indie titles, many of which unfortunately fail to emerge and give the right value to their potential. However, some games have all the ...

Hayfever - Review

You know, walking around and sneezing during these days are two activities that are not seen particularly favorably, because of the difficult situation we are experiencing. I'm sure though that if ...

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows - Review

The videogame transpositions of animation works, almost always Japanese, have had and continue to have an uncertain fate, in alternating phases. Many times, it happens to be in front of a One Piece World Seeker, other times ...

Megaman Zero / ZX Legacy Collection - Review

Nostalgia is rogue many times, and it often happens that it can leverage our emotions and our dearest memories. This is obviously no secret, and mom Capcom knows it well. There ...

Dreams - Review

Imagine being able to give free rein to your imagination, being able to literally realize everything that passes through your head. All this, without the need to resort to who knows what expensive tools, but simply arranging ...

Darksiders Genesis PlayStation 4 Version - Review

Change is a process that involves each of us, many times for good and other times for bad. Undressing of certain cloths is something that can happen for the most varied reasons, and really ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown places, hostile and full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all found space within the videogame transpositions. It's definitely not a new topic, ...

To The Moon - Nintendo Switch Review

Imagine being able to enclose all the sensitivity, fragility and emotions of the human soul, and transform them into a 16-bit style work of entertainment. Imagine now that you can take advantage of it not only in front of a ...

Interrogation - Review

The video game is an extremely versatile medium, capable of making the player truly identify in any kind of situation and context. And perhaps, in creating the most creative and immersive solutions, the titles ...

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare - Review

The Call of Duty saga has had, over the years, several ups and downs. To say that in the last period the brand was not going through a happy moment would be a real euphemism. This Call Of Duty: ...

NBA 2K20 - Review

If you have the finite 4-2 in the eyes for Toronto against Golden State thanks to a sumptuous Kawhi Leonard, if you are anxiously following all the "trade" of the off season, if your "folly" ...
RAD Review

RAD - Review

RAD is a roguelike developed by Double Fine Productions, a studio that gave us great entertainment titles like Psychonauts and Brutal Legends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41fQ1dE4jg8 NEVER, NEVER, I WILL FORGET ... One day the human race will be swept away by an apocalypse ...
Neoverse

Neoversa - Review

In the 2017 a game that has had an unexpected success, called Slay the Spire, made its appearance on Steam, which brought to the fore a genre completely unknown like that of ...

Terraria Nintendo Switch Version - Review

For those who in recent years have been caught up in the "sandboxmania" born with Minecraft, it is impossible not to know Terraria. The game created by Re-Logic is often played down as a simple "Minecraft 2D", but while the ...

Cadence of Hyrule - Review

When the 20 March, during Nintendo Direct dedicated to indie games, was presented Cadence of Hyrule, the audience (me in primis) was baffled for a moment. It was true that Nintendo had "promised" others ...

Spellforce: Heroes & Magic - Review

Spellforce is a series that, with 3 chapters and some expansion, has had some success on PC. Spellforce: Heroes & Magic is the spin-off for the mobile market which, already from the name, accentuates ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the discarded graphic style was more faithful ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot initially had to have a very different graphic style, much closer to that of the manga. Here are the pictures. It often happens ...

The game industry continues to support the Italian red cross

Bethesda Softworks, CD PROJEKT RED, Koch Media, Logitech, Milestone, MSI, One O One Games, Razer and other communities of Italian gamers will continue to support ...

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