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Pikmin 3 Deluxe - Review of the strategy returning to Switch

Pikmin 3 Deluxe - Review of the strategy returning to Switch

Wii U it was a console that has been able to make the public discuss since its first announcement, this despite having turned out to be one of the biggest commercial flops for Nintendo. Inside the console, however, several products were available that we […]

This Is the Police 2 - Review of the work developed by Weappy Studio

This Is the Police 2 - Review of the work developed by Weappy Studio

Being at the service of the law in a big city is certainly difficult, but it is perhaps even more challenging to administer justice in a small village of a few inhabitants lost in the middle of nowhere in the far north. The inhabitants are in fact grumpy, […]

Keen: One Girl Army - Review of Cat Nigiri's sliding puzzle game

Keen: One Girl Army - Review of Cat Nigiri's sliding puzzle game

Let's take an oriental setting with strong references to aesthetics synthwave, of the super-deformed characters, a young girl expert in martial arts and checkerboard levels full of enemies to defeat, we season it all with environmental puzzles and we serve […]

Demon Skin - Review, a hack 'n' slash that does not fully convince

Demon Skin - Review, a hack 'n' slash that does not fully convince

With the advent of Steam Greenlight and the early access model, the indie market has gained the advantage of being able to expand almost indefinitely. This is of course what happened with Valve's platform, which quickly filled up with independent productions […]

Mad Rat Dead - Review of a rhythm game with a heart of gold

Mad Rat Dead - Review of a rhythm game with a heart of gold

Il rhythm Game it is probably one of the most versatile genres currently on the market, as each product in this category has its own style of play. The different usable gimmicks, the innumerable accessibility options and the control systems offer a great […]

NieR: Automata - Review of the new title from Yoko Taro and Platinum Games

NieR: Automata - Review of the new title from Yoko Taro and Platinum Games

The growth process behind the name of NieR is undoubtedly attributable to a Darwinian conception: I am not referring to quality, but to the fuss that these four letters hide behind them and to speak of the excellent Never: Automata it is necessary to take […]

Everspace - Rockfish Games Space Roguelike Review

Everspace - Rockfish Games Space Roguelike Review

Even if it is a genre that is slowly getting back on its feet, the number of space shooters who have managed to break into the hearts of gamers, making very personal missteps here and there is not very high. One year after the candles have been extinguished […]

Hollow Knight - Review

Hollow Knight - Review

The following sentences summarize the incipit of Hollow Knight, the new effort of Team Cherry for PC and Nintendo Switch.  Beneath the declining city of Dirthmount rests an ancient kingdom in ruins. Many are lured beneath the surface, seeking […]

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Review, Ichiban arrives on PlayStation 5

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Review, Ichiban arrives on PlayStation 5

We have already got to tell you about Yakuza: Like a Dragon in our review dedicated to the flagship Microsoft products, but today we are here to tell you how the title fares on the "opposite" platform, PlayStation 5. Let's get the elephant out of the room […]

Gravity Rush Remastered - Review

Gravity Rush Remastered - Review

Gravity Rush is one of the few great titles released nearly four years ago designed and developed specifically for the portable device at home Sony PlayStation Vita, aimed at relaunching the same console but unfortunately failed to do so. The action […]

Xbox Series S - Review, the Next-Gen is tinged with white

Xbox Series S - Review, the Next-Gen is tinged with white

It seemed very distant, but in reality the time has come: the Next-Gen has arrived, there are a few days left and we will finally be able to get our hands on these technological jewels. Certainly with the advancement of generations - especially now that […]

Bioshock Infinite - Review

Bioshock Infinite - Review

After one of the most troubled gestations ever (remember that initially Bioshock Infinite was to be released on October 16, 2012, subsequently postponed to February 26, 2013 and finally still delayed to March 26, 2013), the 3rd chapter is finally among us […]

Control - Remedy paranormal shooter review

Control - Remedy paranormal shooter review

Imitation is said to be the greatest form of flattery: While this is true, sometimes the line between homage and imitation is so thin that it can define a title's success or failure. Yet this constant search for appeal, homage and inspiration is what allows […]

Replica - Review, post-Orwellian dystopia arrives on Nintendo Switch

Replica - Review, post-Orwellian dystopia arrives on Nintendo Switch

To criticize a dictatorial government, in which control and censorship excel, the writer George Orwell had already thought of it in 1948, with his novel 1984. And if the controlling company were not fictitious, but the our, between social networks, SMS and […]

Unravel Two - Review of the second chapter developed by Coldwood Interactive

Unravel Two - Review of the second chapter developed by Coldwood Interactive

The first chapter had left us with a particular feeling, with a lighter heart and at the same time swollen with a unique melancholy. Unravel Two was revealed and published on the same evening during the conference of Electronic Arts at E3 2018, and just […]

Metro Exodus - Review, a hard journey in Russia by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro Exodus - Review, a hard journey in Russia by Dmitry Glukhovsky

The series Metro has always been strong on a utopian imaginary in which the Earth and humanity are definitively on their knees due to a nuclear war. Survivors will have to contend with threats that have evolved, such as animals that, due to radiation, have […]

Spellforce 3: Fallen God - Review of the second expansion of the game

Spellforce 3: Fallen God - Review of the second expansion of the game

The saga of SpellForce he has already completed his tenth birthday, and in 2017 we saw the release of the third installment of the series. Game that continues to be updated and carried forward even now after three years thanks to the release of its second […]

Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Review of the Nintendo collection

Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Review of the Nintendo collection

On the fact that Super Mario is a videogame icon there is little to object: the mascot Nintendo has been so successful that it indirectly influenced the performance of other companies (see Sonic for SEGA). Yet, despite the famous Jumpman having been around […]

Heroes of Hammerwatch: Ultimate Edition - Review, at the origins of the roguelike

Heroes of Hammerwatch: Ultimate Edition - Review, at the origins of the roguelike

Heroes of Hammerwatch: Ultimate Edition, developed by Crackshell and published by the boys of the BlitWorks, is the sequel - with a more expanded and adventurous world - to the classic Hammerwatch released way back in 2013. After the releases for PC, Nintendo […]

Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review

Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review

March, as you all know, has been an incredible month for gaming releases; between the new Nintendo console and the new The Legend of Zelda, passing through the new IP of Guerrilla and the incredible work of Yoko Taro with Nier Automata, this first quarter […]

Minecraft Dungeons - Mojang Studios dungeon crawler review

Minecraft Dungeons - Mojang Studios dungeon crawler review

It has now been over 10 years since the original Minecraft saw the light, making its debut on the PC market and amazing the whole world. The project received several denominations, updated along with the constantly evolving mechanics, which are regularly […]

Nioh 2 - Review, Feudal Japan still needs you

Nioh 2 - Review, Feudal Japan still needs you

Apart from some uncertainty or naivety that can bring with it the launch of an unprecedented IP, the first Nioh it was a decidedly convincing title, with at least a dozen peculiar characteristics that made it worthy of recognition, but above all of the consent […]

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time - Review, the crazy legend returns

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time - Review, the crazy legend returns

When you have a saga like Crash Bandicoot, being able to create a product compatible with the tastes of the lovers of the original debut, is certainly not a small task. To be able to successfully model this fragile pasta, you need mastery, and respect for […]

WRC 9 - Rally review according to KT Racing and Nacon

WRC 9 - Rally review according to KT Racing and Nacon

If you know the membership series, there is little to introduce; WRC 9 is the sporting title dedicated to the world of rallying. Developed by Kt racing and published by nacon, the work launches on the scene proposing a series of novelties within the sports […]

Redout - Review

Redout - Review

One of the first titles I ever played on my PlayStation 3 was WipEout HD and it was back in 2011, but from there it was immediately passion at first sight. I was not yet familiar with the world of console gaming, I certainly knew the big names like Kratos […]

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Review, the birth of an epic

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Review, the birth of an epic

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has definitely made headlines. Since its announcement, in fact, imagine the adventures of Link e Zelda fighting for the future of Hyrule in the form of musou has left fans stunned. While being able to renew itself in each […]

Resident Evil 2 - Video Review of the Capcom remake

Resident Evil 2 - Video Review of the Capcom remake

Here is finally available the video review of Resident Evil 2, long awaited Capcom remake of the historic title released in 1998. If you are interested, find our review here. Good vision! September, 1998 - Raccoon City, deaf to the events of the survivors […]

Darkestville Castle - Epic LLama graphic adventure review

Darkestville Castle - Epic LLama graphic adventure review

Tomorrow (13 August 2020) it will be released Darkestville Castle on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The graphic adventure of Epic LLama e Buka Entertainment it was appreciated with some reservations by users and critics during its militancy […]

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 Review

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 Review

I'm not a lover of motorbikes, then when it comes to motocross then my level of disinterest skyrockets. Maybe that's exactly why Urban Trial Freestyle 2 he surprised me: he managed to involve me and be appreciated despite my initial skepticism. For […]

51 Worldwide Games - Review of the new Nintendo Switch exclusive

51 Worldwide Games - Review of the new Nintendo Switch exclusive

Since its debut in 2017, Nintendo Switch has been able to offer us many revolutionary and unexpected titles that in some cases have even managed to overturn the canonical mechanics of the industry. In fact, we are talking about a console that is anything […]

Gears Tactics - Review of the strategic branded Splash Damage

Gears Tactics - Review of the strategic branded Splash Damage

Among the various IPs that have dictated the fortune of Microsoft products, there is no doubt that that of Gears of War figure as one of the most important. It proved capable of bewitching millions and millions of players by becoming a real point of reference […]

Warhammer 40,000 Gladius: Relics of War - Review of the strategic 4X by Proxy Studios and Slitherine Ltd

Warhammer 40,000 Gladius: Relics of War - Review of the strategic 4X by Proxy Studios and Slitherine Ltd

Games Workshop, Proxy Studios e Slitherine Ltd. take us to a mysterious and narrow planet, where four of the most famous factions of the mythical world of Warhammer 40,000 (Orcs, Necron, Space Marines and Astra Militarum), must give them […]

XCOM 2 console version - Review

XCOM 2 console version - Review

Nowadays, the arrival of titles defined as "niche" on our favorite console is increasingly celebrated as a rare and extremely important event: just think of numerous purely Japanese titles that do not come out of the land of the Rising Sun, language localizations […]

Just Cause 4 - Review, the return of Rico Rodriguez

Just Cause 4 - Review, the return of Rico Rodriguez

The series of Just Cause it has always been highly appreciated by fans, not so much for the final qualities of the product, but for the freedom left to the player to demolish (almost) all the buildings on the screen. Explosions, shootings, great range of […]

Narita Boy - Review, a surprising adventure between real and digital

Narita Boy - Review, a surprising adventure between real and digital

There are many quality independent titles released in recent years, so much so that more and more small companies have managed to achieve the success they deserved. Just think of the important presence among the nominees for the game of the year of Celeste […]

Synergia - Review, a visual novel that exposes itself without being exposed

Synergia - Review, a visual novel that exposes itself without being exposed

Le visual novel remain an extremely particular genre within the videogame medium, linked to some specific niches of players who, in their experimentation, seek direct gaming experiences that know how to involve exploiting all the potential of a good writing. […]

Mortal Kombat 11 - Review of the new NetherRealm fighting game

Mortal Kombat 11 - Review of the new NetherRealm fighting game

There was a time where i fighting they were a simple thing: two tokens in an arcade, two friends ready to virtually beat them up, and here the game was all there. With the advancement of the game platforms and the possibility of inserting different modes, […]

Horizon: Zero Dawn - Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn - Review

Launching a new IP in this market is very difficult: by now people are used to playing their favorite sagas already established. Launching a new IP Action-RPG after having created practically only first person shooters throughout your career could be madness: […]

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - Review, back to drifting

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - Review, back to drifting

It seems to live in a great déjà vu: every year, alongside great returns with new chapters and revolutionary and original IPs, there are always these remakes ready to take our child's soul to launch it in that lake called nostalgia. We've seen Crash and […]

Slayin 2 - Review of an arcade tribute released on Nintendo Switch

Slayin 2 - Review of an arcade tribute released on Nintendo Switch

Slayin 2 it shows itself as a action adventure by touch RPG, developed by Thomas Schreiber di Pixel Licker and published by FDG Entertainment (formerly known for Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom). With references to the nostalgic world of arcades and cabinets, […]

Final Fantasy XV: Royal Pack - Review

Final Fantasy XV: Royal Pack - Review

After two years we return to talk about Final Fantasy XV and, this time, the DLCs dedicated to Noctis' companions have nothing to do with it. Square Enix has officially released an additional content titled Royal Pack and will implement many new features […]

Dungeons 3 Complete Collection - Review, Evil never sleeps

Dungeons 3 Complete Collection - Review, Evil never sleeps

Are you tired of saving yet another village from the undead without receiving any reward worth remembering? Are you tired of the rigor of the lawyer on duty and the bigoted paladins who do not offer any opportunity for recreation? Then don't despair, since […]

Fallout 76 - Review, Bethesda takes us to post-apocalyptic West Virginia

Fallout 76 - Review, Bethesda takes us to post-apocalyptic West Virginia

The wait is over. Among the initial greatest bewilderment by players towards a title of the acclaimed brand Bethesda and the amount of content available on arrival, Fallout 76 it promptly arrived on the shelves. For the first time the game faces a completely […]

Orangeblood - Review, a confusing JRPG in pixel art

Orangeblood - Review, a confusing JRPG in pixel art

After arriving on Steam last January 14, Orangeblood, the indie JRPG developed by Grayfax Software, finally debuts also on Nintendo Switch. The first incarnation PC of the title had certainly not left an indelible trace in the hearts of the players and critics, […]

Pokémon Sword and Shield - Review of the controversial eighth generation titles

Pokémon Sword and Shield - Review of the controversial eighth generation titles

Sword and Shield Pokémon they have rightfully earned the title of the most controversial games of the period - or perhaps they are competing for it with Death Stranding. Between those who acclaim them and those who criticize them harshly, the latest effort […]

Marvel's Avengers - Review, between risk and potential success

Marvel's Avengers - Review, between risk and potential success

In the game of Poker the champions calculate, according to the cards in play and those they have in their hand, the percentage of chance of winning the hand: it means that each of them, in their own mind, knows what probability they have of winning the whole […]

Bioshock The Collection - Bioshock Infinite - Review

Bioshock The Collection - Bioshock Infinite - Review

BioShock Infinite is the last episode of the famous series created by the now closed Irrational Games. This, like the previous two chapters, is included in BioShock: The Collection, a remastered collection of the trilogy available for 4 PlayStation, […]

Layers of Fear Inheritance - Review

Layers of Fear Inheritance - Review

Layers of Fear can be considered one of the best survival horror titles released in recent years, capable of transporting the player on a hallucinating and insane journey through the eyes of a brilliant and tormented painter. As we know the title, at the […]

Detective Gallo - Review of FootPrints Games' noir point and click adventure

Detective Gallo - Review of FootPrints Games' noir point and click adventure

We are increasingly happy to see productions land in the vast - in some areas perhaps too much - world of video games, and happiness becomes real pride when the titles developed by Italian studios prove to be extremely valid. Detective Gallo is an old-fashioned […]

Tell Me Why - Review of Dontnod's new work

Tell Me Why - Review of Dontnod's new work

If there's one thing I love about the development studio Dontnod Enteratainment is their versatility: we're talking about the minds behind projects like Remember Me, Vampyr and the most noble Life is Strange. Even if the gameplay changes from time to time […]

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Suda51 spin-off review

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Suda51 spin-off review

There are games that are born from precise ideas and others that are forced to juggle in the chaos of Mercaro's laws, being made first of all with specific marketing purposes behind them. Goichi Suda he knows this well, so much so that he has never hidden […]

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise - Review of the new title in the series

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise - Review of the new title in the series

It's always nice to see the arrival of video games focused on training or improving the person. Especially in the period we are living in, these are in fact videogame experiences that can prove to be really useful for those who cannot easily abandon their […]

Degrees of Separation - Review of Moondrop's Enchanting Dream

Degrees of Separation - Review of Moondrop's Enchanting Dream

ember e Rime are the protagonists of Degrees of Separation, title developed by Moondrop to Modus Games characterized by a truly inspired graphic style based on the theory of "Degrees of separation", according to which each person can be connected to any […]

The Final Station - Review

The Final Station - Review

Nowadays, saying that an indie title can be considered a small diamond perfectly set by skilled jewelers is not so simple, because even if independent developers do not enjoy the same economic capacity as large video game companies, they often find themselves […]

All-Star Fruit Racing - 3DClouds Debut Title Review

All-Star Fruit Racing - 3DClouds Debut Title Review

With summer in its hottest period and with people looking for refreshment in every way, the freshest and most fruitful kart game ever lands on consoles too! We are talking about the All-Star Fruit Racing, very nice racing developed by 3DClouds and […]

Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Hell Is Empty - Episode 3 Review

Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Hell Is Empty - Episode 3 Review

On this fateful day Deck Nine Games released the third and final episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm. Our doubt, after the conclusion of the previous chapter, was whether the software house would be able to close all open events (and still […]

Undertale - Review

Undertale - Review

It all started like this: friend: “Marva plays Undertale, surely you will like it! It has retro graphics just the way you like it and it's INDIE! " Me: "Mhe ... oh well the Indies are the only thing that give me a real challenge now as I was ... LET'S […]

Puyo Puyo Tetris Review

Puyo Puyo Tetris Review

Who knows how many of you started your gaming career with Tetris, one of the longest-running titles in this sector but which, albeit with some changes that have slightly modernized it, is still very fun and exciting today. In Japan a variant of Tetris, which […]

Catherine Full Body - Review, Atlus brings us back to Vincent and his strange story

Catherine Full Body - Review, Atlus brings us back to Vincent and his strange story

When we tried, just a few weeks ago, the demo of Catherine: Full Body, we were pleasantly surprised at how much in the game has been smoothed out, improved and adapted, but above all by how much and how the overall experience has been enriched. However, […]

The Wanderer: Frankestein's Creature - Review of the dreamlike narrative game for Nintendo Switch

The Wanderer: Frankestein's Creature - Review of the dreamlike narrative game for Nintendo Switch

Pop culture is full of references to Doctor Frankestein and his monstrous Creature, born from the pen of the British writer Mary Shelley: movies, cartoons, video games and so on and so forth. Thus, the story of the mad scientist who wanted to defy the laws […]

John Wick Hex - Review, a more tactical and lethal Keanu Reeves

John Wick Hex - Review, a more tactical and lethal Keanu Reeves

It was only maybe a matter of time before that Keanu Reeves made its debut in the world of video games. Lately it is easy to see the well-known actor in the guise of Johnny Silverhand, but the man has also been recreated in a title that sees his character as the […]

BioShock: The Collection - BioShock - Review

BioShock: The Collection - BioShock - Review

If I have to be honest my boys, I don't know where to start ... It was August 2007 when the world first met BioShock, me too. At the time, the Xbox 360 had already been on the market for a couple of years and I still enjoyed playing with my PlayStation 2, […]

Bravely Default 2 - Review, the classic JRPG is back on the Switch

Bravely Default 2 - Review, the classic JRPG is back on the Switch

It's really been a long time now we've been grappling with Bravely Default 2, new and highly anticipated title published by Square Enix to Nintendo Switch and developed by Claytechworks. The work, like its predecessors, is a turn-based tribute to JRPG […]

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity - Review

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity - Review

The history of the FlatOut over time and its success has been fluctuating, where decidedly brilliant ideas and totally crazy ways are often combined with a technical realization that is not exactly applause for the historical period of each title. Although […]

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas - Review

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas - Review

As we know, often in the videogame industry there is an attempt to take inspiration from the most successful works in the sector. We have seen it with the souls-like genre, or with The Lord of the Rings: Shadow of Mordor which takes the best of some games […]

Sam & Max Save The World Remastered - Review, the ramshackle freelance police is back

Sam & Max Save The World Remastered - Review, the ramshackle freelance police is back

Could a big dog and a bunny save the world? Don't be fooled by appearances: the joker Sat and the sadist Max, private cops, hide a good deal of caustic irony and cheating-prone under their soft fur. And it was precisely this that conquered the videogame […]

World of Warcraft Legion - Review

World of Warcraft Legion - Review

The Legion is back and it's up to us to stop it to protect Azeroth from its devastating return! After Archimonde's defeat, Gul'Dan was sent to Azeroth to open the ancient Tomb of Sargeras and seize power that allowed the evil orc to open a huge new portal […]

Star Wars Battlefront - Review

Star Wars Battlefront - Review

"A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away ..." It is the historical phrase that appears at the opening of each film that makes up one of the most famous cinematographic sagas that has grown in popularity over time. 11 years have passed since the release […]

Syndrome - Review

Syndrome - Review

Courageous and even a little jaunty, it is the project that Camel 101 places us in front of with Syndrome, survival horror title coming out today on PC, PlayStation 4 ed Xbox One. As we also mentioned during the preview we wrote about the title immediately […]

Strange Brigade - Review, Attacking Brigade!

Strange Brigade - Review, Attacking Brigade!

to Rebellion is a development team that has become very famous in the gaming scene thanks to over two decades of honorable service within the industry. The software house, however, has never managed to impose itself with absolute strength, in fact remaining […]

Ori and the Will of the Wisps - Moon Studios creature review

Ori and the Will of the Wisps - Moon Studios creature review

That of Xbox One is a story paved with failures that have relegated the latest born in the house Microsoft products in the rear, forced to watch the Sony flagship from afar which, between exclusive weight and a pounding marketing campaign, has been able […]

Monster Truck Championship - Review, thrashing and adrenaline on four wheels

Monster Truck Championship - Review, thrashing and adrenaline on four wheels

In addition to racing cars, the other four-wheeled vehicles that drove young and old alike have always been i Monster Truck, incredible racing cars with gigantic wheels that have become very famous especially as a result of the US series of motor shows Monster […]

Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 Roads - Review, the beginning of a new adventure

Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 Roads - Review, the beginning of a new adventure

A few months ago, more precisely in July, we wrote a article very interesting on how the new could be marked Life is Strange 2, title developed and produced by the guys of DONTNOD. In this long editorial we relived all the adventures of the saga, retracing […]

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk - Review of the new title from Nippon Ichi

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk - Review of the new title from Nippon Ichi

After entering the legend thanks to the saga of Disagea the study of Nippon Ichi returns to the fore by proposing a new original title. Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk was initially released in 2016 su PlayStation Vita and moved on the […]

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - Bandai Namco online fighting game review

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - Bandai Namco online fighting game review

Bandai Namco Entertainment in these days of late summer released Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker. The new title developed by Soleil Ltd. is chronologically set during the opening events of the anime's Boruto. In this timeline Naruto uzumaki it is […]

Monster Energy Supercross The Official Videogame - Review

Monster Energy Supercross The Official Videogame - Review

This time, we move to the United States of America! With the new title of Milestone dedicated to two wheels, we must prepare to be real showmen, and not just skilled drivers. Fasten your helmet, and get ready to get dirty with mud with the official […]

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 - Review of the remake, it's back to skate

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 - Review of the remake, it's back to skate

Each decade has its fashions: many pass, some remain. If we think about it, Battle Royale is too: a genre of video game that no one would have thought years ago, which could disappear in the next period but which is now monopolizing the industry. Between […]

Destroy All Humans! - Review of the new alien invasion (on a small scale)

Destroy All Humans! - Review of the new alien invasion (on a small scale)

The original Destroy All Humans! It's a great little classic. Developed by Pandemic Studios and produced by THQ back in 2005 on the then widespread PlayStation 2 and Xbox, the game gave way to take on the role of the devious alien Cryptosporidium, committed […]

OkunoKA Madness - Review, a platform game between adrenaline and colors

OkunoKA Madness - Review, a platform game between adrenaline and colors

Over the years there have been many titles that have decided, in one way or another, to approach some elements and characteristics typical of arcade video games, both from an aesthetic point of view and from a purely gameplay point of view. Precisely with […]

Deckard Cain - Review,

Deckard Cain - Review, "Stop a moment and listen!"

For the first time in decades, it is possible to get your hands on a world-famous hero, probably one of the most well-known and loved characters in the world. Blizzard: welcome to Deckard Cain in the world of Heroes of the Storm! The centennial old man comes […]

Space Invaders Forever - Review of an immortal title

Space Invaders Forever - Review of an immortal title

Space Invaders Forever allows players to recover two very important titles for the history of gaming: Space Inveders Extreme e Space Invaders Gigamax 4 SE, albeit in the European version Arkanoid vs. Space Invaders, title available only in the edition sold […]

Darius Cozmic Collection Console - Nintendo Switch Version Review

Darius Cozmic Collection Console - Nintendo Switch Version Review

Talking about Darius it means to speak of one iconic saga, from challenging bosses to the most frenetic battles. The series was launched with the very first title back in 1987, developed by the legendary TAITO Corporation and catapulted onto the arcade cabinets […]

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Review of the Action RPG of Goku and his companions

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Review of the Action RPG of Goku and his companions

It is not the first time that RPG components conquer the brand of Dragon Ball Z, bringing customizations of all kinds among a multitude of characters, techniques and scenarios. Xenoverse has cleared this idea and it is now almost the norm to have your own […]

F1 2016 - Review

F1 2016 - Review

And here we are once again discussing a title assembled in the British workshops of Codemasters, the 2nd in this 2016 (after DiRT Rally) and once again, after only 6 months away I find myself under my hands a racing title (and that racing title) developed […]

Mafia II Definitive Edition - Review, an almost reverse remastered

Mafia II Definitive Edition - Review, an almost reverse remastered

Very often the remastered of important titles are only found commercial, other times they are small recaps to offer players a particular experience in view of any sequels, prequels or similar. However, time is always running out, and it is not uncommon for […]

eFootball PES 2021 Season Update - Review, Football according to Konami

eFootball PES 2021 Season Update - Review, Football according to Konami

With eFootball PES 2021 Season Update Konami takes the field again this year to confirm the excellent work done with the last chapters of the series. Waiting to see the wonders that await us starting from 2021 thanks to PlayStation 5 e Xbox Series X / S, […]

Doom Eternal - Review, hell has never been this fun

Doom Eternal - Review, hell has never been this fun

The word Doom always brings to mind only one thing: violence. On the other hand, this is the main theme that distinguishes the iD Software title from all the other shooters, a riot of blood and meat to be slaughtered without respite. It is interesting to […]

SUPERHOT VR - Review

SUPERHOT VR - Review

We loved and adored it in its original version, surprised and very amazed by how a simple basic idea like the one that characterizes SUPERHOT gameplay can be damn functional and fun on screen. The independent title of SUPERHOT Team it later arrived on our […]

Cossacks 3 - Review

Cossacks 3 - Review

It was April 24, 2001 when GSC Game World released Cossacks: European Wars. The name alone takes us back in time, to the dawn of the new millennium, when the RTS formula of Age of Empires was on the crest of the wave and PC players drooled behind large spaces […]

The Division 2 - Review of the new Ubisoft shooter

The Division 2 - Review of the new Ubisoft shooter

Three years after the first chapter and seven months from the episodes narrated in the debut title of the series, which saw an icy New York fall to their knees due to the spread of a terrible virus, the special agents of the Division they are called to return […]

Call of Cthulhu - Review, boundless in the madness of HP Lovecraft

Call of Cthulhu - Review, boundless in the madness of HP Lovecraft

Investigative adventures have always been a stumbling block in the gaming industry: difficult to achieve in terms of involvement, with the moral and narrative obligation to maintain a high pace and at the same time create puzzles that are not too guided […]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review

Buy a game that has already been used up for hundreds of hours on Wii U or not? This is the real dilemma that could (rightfully) hold back all who see it in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe a simple port of the version released in 2014. Yet there is more than one reason […]

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - Review, it's back to jumping on the Switch

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - Review, it's back to jumping on the Switch

Some games touch the soul despite not dealing with deep storylines or innovative gameplay. On the other hand, about 30 years ago, the goal, while we turned on the console, was not to find touching content, but a search for carefree fun. After a few decades, […]

Blair Witch - A good horror review… but not too much

Blair Witch - A good horror review… but not too much

Net of any possible criticism, the first The Blair Witch Project it was a great little cinematic event. The 1999 film written and directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez - a couple of first-time directors and authors - was nothing more than a clever […]

Need For Speed ​​Heat - Review, EA and Ghost Games are back on track

Need For Speed ​​Heat - Review, EA and Ghost Games are back on track

Away from the first Need for Speed for the current generation, now nearing the end, a lot has been done, and overtaking after overtaking the noble home brand EA has seen competing for the arcade racing game square with other decidedly high-level franchises. […]

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido - Review of the puzzle created by Indieszero

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido - Review of the puzzle created by Indieszero

On June 8 it was released for Switch and 3DS Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. The key to this puzzle-game signed by Nintendo and Indieszero, as the title suggests, is sushi, the stereotype par excellence of Japanese food. If you are a lover of this […]

Grim Dawn - Review

Grim Dawn - Review

Grim Dawn is a game born on Kickstarter, therefore, consequently it could boast of having a strong slice of users interested in the game: after all, they paid for a product that does not yet exist! The collection campaign pulled out a budget of $ 600000,00, […]

Snack World: Dungeon Explorers - Gold - Review, Level-5's adventure arrives on Nintendo Switch

Snack World: Dungeon Explorers - Gold - Review, Level-5's adventure arrives on Nintendo Switch

Even if globalization has now managed to upset and envelop the entire planet, it very often happens that some products remain anchored to their territory, failing to emerge for one reason or another outside of it. It can be patriotism, cultural issues or […]

Control Ultimate Edition - Review, Remedy lands on next-gen!

Control Ultimate Edition - Review, Remedy lands on next-gen!

There are many titles that have accompanied us during the last generation and which, after the launch of the next-gen consoles, have been updated to make the most of the potential of PlayStation 5 e Xbox Series X / S. Among these, it is finally added Control […]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Harrowstorm - Review, a taste of Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls Online: Harrowstorm - Review, a taste of Skyrim

The series of The Elder Scrolls has managed with its 5 main chapters to fully establish itself on the market, becoming one of the most loved products by a very large range of users. It is a saga with a lot of potential, which in the hands of Bethesda managed […]

Octopath Traveler - Review, Square Enix lands on Nintendo Switch

Octopath Traveler - Review, Square Enix lands on Nintendo Switch

Finding the exact input to be able to write this review is not an easy task, so it is legitimate to take a small step back. During the run-up to the launch of the Nintendo Switch, the house of the big N disclosed the list of third-party studios that would […]

Bad Apple Wars Review

Bad Apple Wars Review

After all, it is normal not to constantly think about death, I dare say more than healthy, but sooner or later we all realize how fragile and ephemeral life is, and that thought remains in the depths of our minds like an itch in the middle of the back that […]

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning - Review, fate (re) decides on Switch

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning - Review, fate (re) decides on Switch

It has now been nearly ten years since the original Kingdoms of Amalur was released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, and less than a year since its revised and corrected version arrived on old-gen consoles. Today, for Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning the […]

Golf With Your Friends - Review, 50 Shades of Golf

Golf With Your Friends - Review, 50 Shades of Golf

It has been 4 years since Golf With Your Friends made its first appearance on Steam in early access mode, and during that time frame Team17 e Blacklight Interactive they managed to progressively enrich their product with various innovations and with updates […]

Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 1 Review

Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 1 Review

Telltale Games always made us dream: The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us and Batman these are just a few of the series that millions of players have completed following expertly told, exciting and really well structured stories. Telltale Batman last year […]

Maquette - Dimensional Puzzle Game Review

Maquette - Dimensional Puzzle Game Review

Despite the numerous other releases in recent months have been muted for as many independent releases, Graceful Decay e Annapurna Interactive they managed to get a pretty good stage. In addition to the PC, in fact, the new MODELS is also available on PlayStation […]

Dustoff Z - Review, we face the apocalypse aboard a helicopter

Dustoff Z - Review, we face the apocalypse aboard a helicopter

The world returns to be invaded by zombies, but this time there will be few survivors protagonists of Dustoff Z, an interesting branded title Invictus Games, a production that follows, shortly after its launch, the second chapter of the renowned IP of the […]

Monster Hunter Rise - Review, the hunt for monsters is tinged with Japan

Monster Hunter Rise - Review, the hunt for monsters is tinged with Japan

Although Nintendo was not immediately the home of Monster Hunter, with the first chapters removed, every single game in the series was designed and released for Nintendo platforms. This at least until Monster Hunter World, an episode that a couple of years […]

Diablo III: Eternal Collection - Review, the struggle between good and evil moves to Nintendo Switch

Diablo III: Eternal Collection - Review, the struggle between good and evil moves to Nintendo Switch

Times have changed: there are no more half seasons, rap is dead and Nintendo has definitely turned the corner, throwing his heart over the obstacle to embrace a philosophy that, in addition to winking at third-party titles, does much more. Diablo III […]

Summer in Mara - Review of a summer adventure

Summer in Mara - Review of a summer adventure

Sometimes all you want from a video game is to relax, without necessarily having to face dangerous creatures ready to do the skin or intricate puzzles to be solved; Summer in mara allows you. The title, developed and published by Chibig, presented itself […]

Close To The Sun - Review of the new title of Storm in a Teacup

Close To The Sun - Review of the new title of Storm in a Teacup

The rise to new heights for the tricolor titles is increasingly a reality: even if the road to reach noble triple A titles is still very long, the independent productions of the last few years are really showing their claws, imposing themselves not only […]

Darksiders Genesis - Review, War and Conflict take the field

Darksiders Genesis - Review, War and Conflict take the field

The idea behind Darksiders it is something unique (and courageous): each game, in fact, aims to tell the story of one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (War, Death, Fury and Conflict). Although the names differ a lot in comparison to the four horsemen […]

Pacer - R8 Games futuristic racing game review

Pacer - R8 Games futuristic racing game review

After talking about it a few months ago in a preview, let's now go back to analyzing the interesting one Graze, this time in its full version. The arcade racing game of R8 Games in fact, it has finally arrived on the market, bringing with it all the dynamism […]

Darksiders III - Review, Fury against the Seven Deadly Sins

Darksiders III - Review, Fury against the Seven Deadly Sins

A blow to the heart had hit me and all the fans of the series when, like a bolt from the blue, Vigil Games e THQ had declared closure, leaving many titles vacant including those of the Darksiders saga. The adventure of the four knights had interested millions […]

Sonic Boom Fire and Ice - Review

Sonic Boom Fire and Ice - Review

Calling yourself a die-hard Sonic the Hedgehog fan means playing all of its games, including the BOOM saga. This was my mission as a Sonic fan and a lover of the platform genre and for this reason I would like to make a small premise: the Sonic Boom saga […]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Review, the ultimate Nintendo experience

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - Review, the ultimate Nintendo experience

Blame for the lack of success of WiiU, Nintendo adopted with switch a policy of "remastering": bringing titles that could really give more on the previous console, adapting them with additional content and technical improvements. We saw it with Mario Kart […]

Mind Zero - Review

Mind Zero - Review

Mind Zero or also MIND ≒ 0, developed by Acquire in collaboration with ZeroDiv, it's an interesting title Dungeon Crawler, that will allow us to know and experience the adventures of this group of young people who will find themselves at the center […]

Blacksad: Under The Skin - Review of the new graphic adventure from Pendulo Studios

Blacksad: Under The Skin - Review of the new graphic adventure from Pendulo Studios

It will be due to its Franco-Spanish origins that Microids e Pendulo Studios they decided to engage in the risky adventure of creating a video game on Blacksad, well-known comic book character, but beyond a good name behind him, it would certainly have needed […]

Blair Witch - Review, the great witch hunt

Blair Witch - Review, the great witch hunt

Horror is a videogame genre that the industry has perpetually exploited in every possible and imaginable way. The last few years in particular have seen a veritable proliferation of experiences aimed at frightening the public, with results that are often […]

F1 2020 - Review, Codemasters is back on the podium

F1 2020 - Review, Codemasters is back on the podium

We finally got our hands on preview F1 2020. There is great trepidation for the release of the new simulator which also supports a more managerial game mode oriented towards the foundation of a team for which it is also possible to race as a driver / owner. […]

Bless Unleashed - Review, an MMORPG that doesn't believe it enough

Bless Unleashed - Review, an MMORPG that doesn't believe it enough

Bless Unleashed is a free-to-play MMORPG developed by Round 8 Studio e Neowin, and it is nothing more than the reboot of the old and dear Bless Online. We can already say at the outset that, despite the breathtaking graphics (compared to many other titles […]

Resident Evil 2 - Review, Leon and Claire return to Raccoon City

Resident Evil 2 - Review, Leon and Claire return to Raccoon City

We live in an age dedicated purely to nostalgia, and now it seems almost redundant to say this. What is often not said, however, is that sometimes nostalgia brings positive results, sometimes negative ones. For this reason, the return of a video game dated […]

Xbox Series X - Review, Microsoft's next-gen powerhouse

Xbox Series X - Review, Microsoft's next-gen powerhouse

After discovering Xbox Series X in 2019 on the occasion of The Game Awards, we have finally come close to the debut of the new console. It is useless to go around it, Microsoft products she failed to fully hit the target with the family Xbox One, for one […]

Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition - Review of the PC version

Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition - Review of the PC version

Embracing new horizons over the past few months Sony started looking at the PC market with more interest. An ecosystem diametrically opposite to the world of its consoles, which however offers greater possibilities for players, and a completely new slice […]

Fallout 76: Wastelanders - Review, back to West Virginia

Fallout 76: Wastelanders - Review, back to West Virginia

There is no doubt that a year and a half ago the launch of Fallout 76 was catastrophic. A game in many ways incomplete, clipped of the characteristics that have always made the series fortune, to add other features that in practice turned out to be an end […]

Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Review of the debut title on Nintendo Switch

Animal Crossing: New Horizons - Review of the debut title on Nintendo Switch

In a period like this, where the obligation - both moral and non-moral - provides for us to stay at home as much as possible, even if little protected from the media bombardment that occurs outside the world, a game like Animal Crossing: New Horizons it […]

The Last of Us Part 2 - Review of the new Naughty Dog game

The Last of Us Part 2 - Review of the new Naughty Dog game

We live in very strange times: this 2020 never ceases to surprise us (obviously in the negative). Yet thinking of a pandemic like that of The Last of Us makes one reflect; if it really happened to all of us, which of the many things we have today in our […]

My Hero One's Justice 2 - Review of the new fighting game inspired by the manga

My Hero One's Justice 2 - Review of the new fighting game inspired by the manga

The world of manga and anime has found a reliable ally in video games: every great series now has one or more titles under its belt, ready to bring a basically similar gameplay, but with that peculiarity - inspired precisely by the particularity of the product […]

The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame - Traveller's Tales Game Review

The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame - Traveller's Tales Game Review

The last funny film inspired by the most famous building bricks on earth has been released in theaters a few days ago, The LEGO Movie 2: A New Adventure (of which you can find the review here). To accompany the film debut at the cinema, Traveller's Tales […]

Little Nightmares 2 - Review of the terrifying title of Tarsier Studios

Little Nightmares 2 - Review of the terrifying title of Tarsier Studios

The first Little Nightmares it was born almost like a bet, with the confidence placed by Bandai Namco in the small team of Tarsier Studios, but above all in a project that, although basic in mechanics, proposed a new point of view in the horror scene. Although […]

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - Review for Nintendo Switch

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - Review for Nintendo Switch

If they had told me over 20 years ago that I could have played Crash Bandicoot on a laptop, I would never have believed it. Especially since the console that allows it is nothing less than the newcomer (so to speak) of the house Nintendo. The clear division […]

West of Dead - Review of a violent and bleak afterlife

West of Dead - Review of a violent and bleak afterlife

West of Dead is an unsettling title. It almost angers for the incredible opportunity held by the developers who seem to have been the first to not believe it enough. West of Dead it is stuffed with an excellent incipit and a good dose of simple and well […]

2064: Read Only Memories - Review, the future is in our hands

2064: Read Only Memories - Review, the future is in our hands

After the release and immediate success of the Nintendo Switch, many large developers and small independent studios wanted to jump on the winner's bandwagon in order to get their own share of the profits. Than the small hybrid console at home Nintendo has […]

Devil May Cry 5 - Review of the best chapter of the Capcom series

Devil May Cry 5 - Review of the best chapter of the Capcom series

The request from fans over the years has been spasmodic, a wait that seemed even longer than it actually was. Devil May Cry 5 not only arrives 11 years after the release of the last chapter of the canonical series, but he wants at all costs to stamp the […]

Worms Rumble - Review, a new era for worms

Worms Rumble - Review, a new era for worms

The saga of Worms by now it has accomplished 25 years, and it actually starts to get a little repetitive. Despite the beautiful mechanics that made us fall in love with the series, the fact of having seen them remain unchanged all this time has made us lose […]

Azur Lane Crosswave - Review, between naval battles and beautiful girls

Azur Lane Crosswave - Review, between naval battles and beautiful girls

When you need to talk about a series like that of Azur Lane, you automatically enter a fiery territory for a multitude of factors. This franchise, born in 2017 as a video game for IOS and Android, has quickly incorporated a 'immense group of enthusiasts […]

Graveyard Keeper - Review, the medieval gravedigger also arrives on Switch

Graveyard Keeper - Review, the medieval gravedigger also arrives on Switch

There are many novels and video games that refer to the Middle Ages, a rather controversial historical period, but which certainly contains a great charm. Many of you, reading those books or playing those titles, have dreamed of finding yourself in the midst […]

Control: The Foundation - Review of the first Remedy game DLC

Control: The Foundation - Review of the first Remedy game DLC

It has been nearly six months since we visited the FBC, the Federal Bureau of Control, a department entirely dedicated to the study of the paranormal. Always six months have passed since we discovered the story of Jesse Faden, new director of the department […]

Borderlands 3 - Review of the crazy Gearbox project

Borderlands 3 - Review of the crazy Gearbox project

After seven years of long waiting, mostly used to kill all the time Handsome Jack, Gearbox Software has finally released Borderlands 3. There were so many doubts about the product, also because of the questionable The Pre-Sequel released in 2014, but already […]

Oddworld: Soulstorm - Review, escape is just the beginning

Oddworld: Soulstorm - Review, escape is just the beginning

Who has lived the generation fully PlayStation in the 90s, he still carries in his heart several titles that have proved capable of marking his videogame career. Mascot like Crash, Spyro o sir Daniel Fortesque they are still extraordinary icons today, […]

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry - Console version review

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry - Console version review

While the videogame market together with the players rediscovers in recent years the taste for graphic adventures, experimenting with artistic visual solutions and refined narration systems, the developer CrazyBunch aims to renew an old glory born in […]

Gris - Review of Nomada Studio's artwork

Gris - Review of Nomada Studio's artwork

Arrived towards the end of 2018 thanks to the publishing of Give back Digital, Gray it immediately revealed itself as a product out of any typical market canon. After being released only on PC and Nintendo Switch, the title managed to find a new light towards […]

LEGO DC Super-Villains - Review, when the villain is in style

LEGO DC Super-Villains - Review, when the villain is in style

Nobody can deny that the "bad" side of things brings with it an innate, enthralling and in many ways intriguing charm. One of the companies that with its many works has managed to boast of the creation of fictitious sick criminal mentality is the DC Comics, […]

Star Wars Squadrons - Review, Star Wars are flying again

Star Wars Squadrons - Review, Star Wars are flying again

Star Wars, before focusing on his English name even here, he was simply called Star Wars (thanks to a time when speaking English was not so obvious in our country). Star wars, regardless of any possible construction that subsequently occurred thanks to the […]

Field of Glory: Empires - Slitherine's Grand Strategy Review

Field of Glory: Empires - Slitherine's Grand Strategy Review

The world of strategic video games has always been very varied and over the years we have made the acquaintance of great titles that have led us from the early stages of history to the future, up to reaching science fiction peaks or even leading to fantasy. […]

Darksiders Genesis - PlayStation 4 version review

Darksiders Genesis - PlayStation 4 version review

Having really enjoyed the PC version of Darksiders Genesis, the spin-off of the saga of the Knights of the Apocalypse also arrives on the console stage, in the classic triptych PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. As we have already tested with our […]

Nioh 2: The Disciple of Tengu - Review of the Team Ninja DLC

Nioh 2: The Disciple of Tengu - Review of the Team Ninja DLC

The flame of Nioh 2 it has not yet gone out, despite the fact that after the initial explosion during the lockdown period and the release of new important titles, it has slowly weakened. The excellent title of Koei Tecmo e Team Ninja a fair group of proselytes […]

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Review, it starts (almost) from scratch

Yakuza: Like a Dragon - Review, it starts (almost) from scratch

The series of Yakuza has always been difficult to understand: we are talking about a product that has existed since more than 15 years, which goes on in Japan as a constant success and which is actually starting to have an audience in the West too. With […]

Ryte: The Eye of Atlantis - Review, the puzzles come in VR

Ryte: The Eye of Atlantis - Review, the puzzles come in VR

Also in this 2021 some software houses decide to let some works dedicated to virtual reality blossom, a world that shows no sign of stopping and instead demands ever higher quality standards. While the larger developers have fully focused on this growing […]

Rage 2 - Review of Bethesda's crazy post apocalyptic title

Rage 2 - Review of Bethesda's crazy post apocalyptic title

In addition to being revealed as a surprise, given the not-so-amazing success of the first chapter released 8 years ago, the wait for the arrival of RANGE 2 from the date of its announcement it was not very long. Although he earned the scene on the E3 stage […]

Godfall - Counterplay Games looter slasher review

Godfall - Counterplay Games looter slasher review

Not even the time to shout “Next Gen” to the world and we are already faced with titles that, probably, to express their true potential must look to the future. Self Demon's Souls in addition to his great previous fame, he managed to shine also thanks […]

Filament - Nintendo Switch version review

Filament - Nintendo Switch version review

It made its official PC debut last April Filament, puzzle title made by Beard Envy which we analyzed in a previous review. However, given today's release on Nintendo Switch, it's time to talk about it again and find out how the game behaves on the hybrid […]

Code Vein - Review, Bandai Namco launches into the world of Souls-Like

Code Vein - Review, Bandai Namco launches into the world of Souls-Like

Since its very first presentation in the now distant 2017, Code Vein has aroused many concerns from critics and audiences. The Souls-Like of home Bandai Namco in fact it did not seem to be in good condition and it was possible to see dozens of gaps, both […]

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope - Review of the new title from Supermassive Games

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope - Review of the new title from Supermassive Games

The series of adventures finally continues Supermassive Games, which after the much appreciated Until Dawn in 2015 (a real leap in quality for the English studio) he brought his works to really excellent standards, up to the ingenious idea of ​​creating […]

Fallout 76: Season 4 - Spring Update Review

Fallout 76: Season 4 - Spring Update Review

It is useless to go around it too much, Fallout 76 it is a work that many would prefer to forget forever, a name capable of instilling fear even in the heart of the most avid fan. The Bethesda creature - which in the initial premises should have catapulted […]

Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God - Review, A New Deity in Olympus

Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God - Review, A New Deity in Olympus

We recently tried Immortals Fenyx Rising: A New God, the first DLC dedicated to the latest work developed by Ubisoft quebec. The main title (of which if you are interested in our opinion you can read the review here) was a welcome surprise, for this reason […]

Persona 5 Review

Persona 5 Review

Every man lies, but give him a mask and he will be sincere: so said Oscar Wilde, well-known Irish poet and writer. And the masks are the right symbol for a game like 5 person, JRPG in turn that everything can be defined except traditional. Released in mid-September […]

WWE 2K19 - Review, are you ready to take to the ring?

WWE 2K19 - Review, are you ready to take to the ring?

After the release of the acclaimed NBA 2K19 it's time for a sports title from the publisher 2K Sports: WWE 2K19. In our country, World Wrestling Entertainment has always had a great appeal: the best moments have been seen in the early 2000s, but in recent […]

The Sinking City - Review, a dive into human madness

The Sinking City - Review, a dive into human madness

Since its very first announcement, The Sinking City has always been able to attract the attention of an audience constantly looking for new experiences with a distinctly horror taste with which to have fun. That of Frogswares it is in fact a team that has […]

Medal of Honor Above and Beyond - Review, the war comes to VR

Medal of Honor Above and Beyond - Review, the war comes to VR

The past generation has not had the opportunity to host a new chapter of the Medal of Honor, saga edited by Electronic Arts which seemed now over with the last episode of 2012. However, the company has decided to try again, to offer a new vision of war different […]

Forza Horizon 3 - Review

Forza Horizon 3 - Review

When it comes to running Playground Games he knows how to do it, and this time he starts in pole position: Forza Horizon 3, which prepares to arrive on yours Xbox One and on PC (via the Play Anywhere program) the September 27th, has all the credentials […]

Paper Beast - Review of Eric Chahi's new virtual reality title

Paper Beast - Review of Eric Chahi's new virtual reality title

When we see an animal for the first time, we try, perhaps unconsciously, to study it. We scrutinize it, analyze it, notice its behavior, how it relates to us and to other elements. It is a good feeling that of the discovery and knowledge of nature that we […]

Crackdown 3 - Review, destruction and mayhem come to Xbox

Crackdown 3 - Review, destruction and mayhem come to Xbox

Di Crackdown 3 we have been talking about it since 2015, the year in which that game (which had not been so successful with its second iteration) found new life thanks to cloud computing and the feature of total destruction of buildings and every area of […]

Stronghold Warlords - Review, Firefly Studios moves east

Stronghold Warlords - Review, Firefly Studios moves east

After a not indifferent break from the series, which lasted about 7 years, and a couple of new titles that have gone slightly muted, Firefly studios has finally brought to the public a new chapter of their flagship brand: Stronghold warlords. Over the years […]

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain - Review

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain - Review

It was back in 1998 when I got my hands on this enigmatic title called Metal Gear Solid. 17 years later, after an unnerving wait, Hideo Kojima has churned out what will be, reluctantly, the latest Metal Gear Solid. But let's take it […]

The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Spirit - Review, the quiet before Life is Strange 2

The Fantastic Adventures of Captain Spirit - Review, the quiet before Life is Strange 2

How are we aware of the announcement of Life is Strange 2 has been received with a lot of enthusiasm and fear by both critics and fans: either because the first chapter was a real whirlwind of emotions, the fear of ruining a franchise like that for fans […]

LEGO Ninjago the Movie: Videogame Review

LEGO Ninjago the Movie: Videogame Review

Who has never found themselves building a LEGO character, house or vehicle? Although there will be people who have never done this, of course, I'm sure in the minority. The Danish company, or rather the colossus, has gone to build a real empire (made of […]

Immortals Fenyx Rising - Review, Ubisoft's new Greece

Immortals Fenyx Rising - Review, Ubisoft's new Greece

An epic adventure  Feelings of déjà vu Yesterday it was zero, today a warrior  Conclusions […]

Destruction AllStars - PS5 exclusive multiplayer review

Destruction AllStars - PS5 exclusive multiplayer review

After an unfortunate surprise postponement, which postponed the debut of AllStars Destruction since the launch of PlayStation 5, the work of Lucid games performed a powerful swerve, throwing himself headlong into the catalog of PlayStation Plus. All subscribers […]

Marvel Heroes Omega Review

Marvel Heroes Omega Review

Now, more than ever, superheroes are conquering the hearts of children and adults more and more, thanks to comics, but above all to cinecomics and video games; in fact, very few people now do not have a gaming platform with which to spend time, either for […]

The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 2 Review

The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 2 Review

The publication of this second episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season was somewhat troubled and took place in a difficult period to say the least Telltale Games. In recent times, the rumors that spoke of a possible bankruptcy of the […]

Black Desert - PlayStation 4 version review

Black Desert - PlayStation 4 version review

Four years after its debut on PC, Black Desert, MMORPG created in Korean studios Pearl Abyss, finally lands on console. We had the pleasure of playing it on the PlayStation 4 version and were really happy with it. The new version of the game has almost nothing […]

Garage - Review, zombies invade Nintendo Switch

Garage - Review, zombies invade Nintendo Switch

As we are aware, in the sea of ​​indie productions it is not uncommon to find some respectable games. Today, for this very reason, we want to talk to you about Garage, a title released exclusively on Nintendo Switch and that pays homage to the zombie […]

The Outer Worlds - Review of the new title from Obsidian Entertainment

The Outer Worlds - Review of the new title from Obsidian Entertainment

The skill of Obsidian Entertainment has never been questioned, and it is precisely for this reason that before giving a definitive judgment to their latest work, we took the right time to explore every joy and every pain that the galactic colony of Alcione […]

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Review of the new FromSoftware title

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Review of the new FromSoftware title

Any title FromSoftware that avoids the main Dark Souls vein always brings some little gems in terms of gameplay: Bloodborne has in fact completely revolutionized the style of play only by removing the shield (and of course adding some gameplay dynamics). […]

NBA 2K20 - Review of the new sports title from Visual Concepts

NBA 2K20 - Review of the new sports title from Visual Concepts

Where were we? To the triumph in the Finals of Kawhi Leonard and his Toronto Raptors. To the farewells of two legends that have marked the recent history of this sport, Nowitzki and D-Wade. To one of the busiest summer markets, which has upset the future […]

Loop Hero - Souls-Like Primeval Review

Loop Hero - Souls-Like Primeval Review

Loop hero is a two-dimensional RPG with pixel-art graphics, inspired by the genre of souls-like, of which it represents the essence (but not the gameplay). Deprived of excessive graphic frills (perhaps too much, but we will see it later), the title developed […]

Watch Dogs: Legion - Review, the Dedsec broadens its horizons

Watch Dogs: Legion - Review, the Dedsec broadens its horizons

Since its release in 2014, the Watch Dogs brand has always stood out for its technological soul: if in fact the world of open-world sandboxes tend to have the same underlying mechanics, the real difference is the particularity, that plus that allows you […]

DiRT Rally 2.0 - Review of the new Codemasters racing game

DiRT Rally 2.0 - Review of the new Codemasters racing game

Codemasters returns to the track again this year with DiRT Rally 2.0, the maximum expression of the capabilities demonstrated to date by the graphics engine EGO Engine, owned by the same British developer, and which has already been the basis for the racing […]

MotoGP 20 - Review, it's back to speeding on Mugello

MotoGP 20 - Review, it's back to speeding on Mugello

Developed by the software house well known especially for its video games on two wheels, Milestone, here we are with MotoGP 20: the annual appointment of the series dedicated to the much-followed world championship, and which will soon be playable on PlayStation […]

Nioh 2: The First Samurai - Review of the third DLC

Nioh 2: The First Samurai - Review of the third DLC

The interest of the circle that has gathered around the excellent Team Ninja title shows no sign of diminishing, and after having greatly appreciated the first two DLCs dedicated to Nioh 2 - or The Disciple of Tengu e Darkness in the capital - back to feudal […]

Street Fighter V - Review

Street Fighter V - Review

We are finally here: we can officially open the season of competitive fighting games on the new generation. It has finally arrived Street Fighter V, and today we are going to see if, indeed, it is the right sequel to a worthy saga. Ever since Yoshinori […]

Shenmue III - Review, the return of Ryo Hazuki

Shenmue III - Review, the return of Ryo Hazuki

The series of Shenmue it is considered by many to be a real legendary myth. Two chapters, the first of which came out in Japan in the now very distant 1999, able to make sense of a console perhaps too advanced in those years, the SEGA Dreamcast. 128-bit […]

Dead Island Definitive Collection - Review

Dead Island Definitive Collection - Review

Zombie stories have gained a lot of footing in this last five years, monopolizing numerous film and non-film productions on a large scale.: just think of The Walking Dead, one of the most followed TV series in the world, or the most recent World War Z, a […]

Football Manager 2019 - Review of the new Sports Interactive manager

Football Manager 2019 - Review of the new Sports Interactive manager

It returns, as precise as the controversies that follow a Juve match, or as the goals of Piatek, the football management par excellence, developed by Sports Interactive: F! Miles Jacobson and his team invite us to sit on the bench, and we could not miss […]

Zombie Army Trilogy - Nazi-zombie themed shooter review for Switch

Zombie Army Trilogy - Nazi-zombie themed shooter review for Switch

The guys of Rebellion Developments they find, needless to say, in Sniper Elite their flagship franchise, and starting from this they created a parallel spin-off made up of zombies and Nazis (and therefore of Nazi-zombies), with the not so original name of […]

Kirby and the new stuff of the hero - Review, Kirby returns to 3DS

Kirby and the new stuff of the hero - Review, Kirby returns to 3DS

Nintendo Switch has been on the market for a couple of years now, continuing to ring in successes and record sales all over the world. The great results that the hybrid from Nintendo is achieving, however, have not prevented the Japanese company from continuing […]

Hitman 2 - Review, Agent 47 has never been this fit

Hitman 2 - Review, Agent 47 has never been this fit

In 2018 there are very few titles capable of offering a challenge worthy of the name: if before video games had a decidedly higher level of difficulty, now many titles - you can see this in the sequels of historical sagas - mostly offer gaming experiences, […]

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered - Review, a raw return in style

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered - Review, a raw return in style

Despite the brand of Call of Duty can find its notoriety within the multiplayer modes, some games have managed to be particularly brilliant even in their narrative sector, offering users a handful of adrenaline and fun hours, but at the same time full of […]

Serious Sam Collection - Review, the series arrives on Nintendo Switch!

Serious Sam Collection - Review, the series arrives on Nintendo Switch!

Fast-paced, fun, explosive and splatter! That's what it looks like Serious Sam, one of the most popular FPS series of all time. A series that has lasted for almost twenty years and that has four main titles and various spin-offs and expansions that have […]