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Just Cause 3 – Review

Just Cause 3 – Review

The wait is over, and Just Cause 3 has finally arrived on the shelves of shops and videogamers. Avalanche returns to the stage You know, the saga has always brought with it that pinch of adrenaline and madness that many other titles do not try to dare, […]

Rise of the Tomb Raider – Review

Rise of the Tomb Raider – Review

We grew up with her and despite this it does not seem at all that twenty years have passed since we met her. Whoever writes to you is a nostalgic, who despite our dear Lara Croft has been changed over time, due to the need of a very different audience […]

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey – Review per PlayStation 4

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey – Review per PlayStation 4

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is the latest effort of Patrice Désilets and his new studio, Panache Digital Games, finally landed on too PlayStation 4. For those not in the know, Désilets is the director he worked at Prince of Persia: The Sands of […]

7th Dragon III Code: VFD – Review

7th Dragon III Code: VFD – Review

What does a young man in Japan do around the year 3000, in a world of cutting edge and full of technology, to distract himself from the daily routine? From an unusual day, the adventure begins. An organization, which takes the name of Nodens Enterprises, […]

Fate/Extella Link – Review

Fate/Extella Link – Review

The Fate series was born mainly as a purely Japanese visual novel, conceived by Kinoko Nasu with illustrations by Takeuchi Takashi, produced by Type-Moon during the 2004. The series had a succession of chapters that told other stories within this universe, […]

Anima Gate of Memories Arcane Edition – Review

Anima Gate of Memories Arcane Edition – Review

Based in the universe of Anima, a tabletop role-playing game, Anima Gate of Memories Arcane Edition is a collection of two action RPG with mechanics platform ed puzzles. We will base the game experience via the for version Nintendo Switch, however, […]

A Plague Tale: Innocence – Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence – Review

Of titles Story-Driven we have played galore, but never as the bewitching A Plague Tale: Innocence, who right from the start has always put on the table some interesting cards, which have allowed themselves to be watched carefully by an increasingly numerous […]

Persona 5 Royal - Final review of the reissue

Persona 5 Royal - Final review of the reissue

In recent times, the Persona series has made itself worth more and more, thanks to the good success of Persona 5, the latest exponent of the main series. Thanks to the interest received in the West, Atlus has well thought of bringing a re-edition of the […]

GRID - The review of the return of the automotive saga

GRID - The review of the return of the automotive saga

The first title of the series GRID was released back in 2008 and there were several chapters of the saga that followed. Codemasters has decided to revive the brand by offering a new game dedicated to car racing on next-generation consoles. GRID arrived […]

Rogue Singularity - Randomly generated 3D platform review

Rogue Singularity - Randomly generated 3D platform review

Rogue Singularity, the new title of Considerable Content, aims to blend the precision required by the very first 3D platformers with the randomness of the roguelike genre. Will he have succeeded in the enterprise? Find out now in our review. A little […]

Muse Dash – Review

Muse Dash – Review

To the delight of all rhythm game fans, today we propose the review of Muse Dash! Recently also landed on PC.  The title originally came out on mobile and then arrived on Nintendo Switch, the PC version has recently also been available through the […]

Monster Hunter Rise - A sharp and brutal review

Monster Hunter Rise - A sharp and brutal review

Raise your horns and take out your blades, the king of the hunt is back on Nintendo Switch Monster Hunter is a saga that we can now consider historical for the videogame sector. Landed for the first time on PlayStation 2, The series Capcom has allowed […]

Dragon Quest Builders 2 – Review

Dragon Quest Builders 2 – Review

We all know the huge impact that the series Dragon Quest has and continues to have on the Rising Sun, and also in the West it makes its way between one success and another, always establishing itself as a series JRPG valid and fun. Some of you may also […]

Vampire - Review

Vampire - Review

When it was announced, it attracted the attention of many, as they were the developers of the now famous Life is Strange. The thing that left a lot of discussion is that from a game mainly based on history and choices, the young boys of DONTNOD Entertainment they […]

Nioh 2: The Complete Edition - Review of the Steam version

Nioh 2: The Complete Edition - Review of the Steam version

Nioh 2 is an action RPG video game developed by Team Ninja and distributed by Koei Tecmo Games. Although the name suggests a sequel, the game is actually a prequel to the original Nioh, set in late 1555. Originally released On March 13, 2020 on PlayStation […]

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episodio Bonus: Addio – Review

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episodio Bonus: Addio – Review

It hasn't been long since Life is Strange: Before the Storm saw the release of his latest canonical episode. As had already been announced in its debut, this chapter would have a bonus chapter, available for those who purchased the Deluxe Digital Edition […]

Nioh 2 - Review of the new Team Ninja title

Nioh 2 - Review of the new Team Ninja title

It has already been three years since we told you about the first Nioh on this site. Team Ninja's new IP, which was initially announced under the title of Oni, was originally to be released on the now retired PlayStation 3. The development was very troubled, […]

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – Review

At the time of its release in December 2017, we at Binfogamer.com let the latest Monolith Soft title slip through our fingers. However, it is never too late to get it back, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a real gem arrived at the end of the first and surprising […]

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Review

The story of Kingdom Come: Deliverance it is definitely interesting, with that touch of romanticism that never hurts, assuming that it is a title created thanks to the crowfunding of Kickstarter and not only. The guys of Warhorse Studios, which we remember, […]

Borderlands 3 - The review of the new Gearbox title

Borderlands 3 - The review of the new Gearbox title

The series of Borderlands since its first chapter has been a great success among the public, thanks to its direct way of proposing a comedy that is never out of place. The Gearbox guys try to replicate the success obtained with the first two chapters […]

Sword of the Necromancer – Review versione PlayStation 4

Sword of the Necromancer – Review versione PlayStation 4

Sword of the Necromancer is a dungeon crawler RPG with roguelike elements, where you can bring fallen enemies back to life to fight alongside you. Developed by Grimorio of Games and published by two publishers: JanduSoft and Game Seer Ventures, the […]

Cat Quest 2 - Review of the Nintendo Switch version

Cat Quest 2 - Review of the Nintendo Switch version

Cat Quest 2 is a nice indie title that stars a cat and a dog who will have to work together to restore peace to their kingdom. We have already had the pleasure of trying and reviewing it PC version of the game, but today we are going to analyze the Nintendo […]

Mordheim: City of the Damned – Review

Mordheim: City of the Damned – Review

The Warhammer 40.000 developers try again and start a new project we're talking about Mordheim: City of the Damned, merging the typical elements of the Warhammer series by implementing creatures and monsters of all kinds and types, all to conquer the […]

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – Review

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – Review

The Arcade version of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT dates back to November 2015, where the title made its debut in Japanese arcades. The PlayStation 4 version has finally arrived after only three years, bringing to itself all the contents released so far […]

Autonauts – Review

Autonauts – Review

Exploratory survival is a genre that has enjoyed enormous success in recent years. Started with Minecraft has undergone further development thanks to the contribution of titles of the caliber of Starbound e No Man Sky. These extended the basic idea by […]

Metropolis Lux Obscura – Review

Metropolis Lux Obscura – Review

Metropolis Lux Obscura is developed Ktulhu Solution, independent software house that we see grappling with this particular indie with traits black. Product that certainly has a particular style, will it be able to satisfy our tastes? Chronicles […]

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

It is undeniable, the videogame market lacked for a long time a Singleplayer chapter dedicated to the enormous universe of Star Wars. The series has always been subject to misfortune, just look at the project of visceral Games canceled, or at the initial […]

Dead Cells Fatal Falls - Review of the latest DLC

Dead Cells Fatal Falls - Review of the latest DLC

It's been four years since we found ourselves talking about Dead Cells. At the time the Metroidvania created by the boys of Motion Twin left us pleasantly impressed. What struck us particularly was his way of re-proposing classic elements of the […]

X4: Cradle of Humanity - Expansion Review

X4: Cradle of Humanity - Expansion Review

X4: Cradle of Humanity  second major expansion to X4: Foundations, brings the X series back to Earth, greatly increasing the size of the universe with new sectors and welcoming two new Earth factions. The expansion will explain the events that occurred […]

WWE 2K18 – Review

WWE 2K18 – Review

the brand WWE has always been very popular with fans, although its evolution has been inconsistent and minor over the years. For this reason the news, now five years ago, of the passage in the caring hands of 2K it had made all those who had been waiting […]

Spellforce 3: Fallen God – Review

Spellforce 3: Fallen God – Review

in 2017 Spellforce 3 re-proposed, after several years, a gameplay that combined the classic strategic tactical mechanics with rts elements to Baldur's Gate, managing to create an excellent hybrid title. After 3 years we at Binfogamer.com thanks to DeadGood […]

Mafia: Definitive Edition – Review

Mafia: Definitive Edition – Review

Seems like yesterday when Illusion Softworks was preparing to release in the videogame market: Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven. At that time, we were faced with a game that exalted great memorable scenes, accompanied by an impact soundtrack and a narration […]

Football Manager 2019 – Review

Football Manager 2019 – Review

For us at Binfogamer.com this is a year dedicated to football in all its forms and above all at 360 °. We started in August with the new Konami chapter, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, moving on to the EA Sports rerun in late September with FIFA 19, to get […]

The Legend of Legacy – Review

The Legend of Legacy – Review

The feeling of often holding the Nintendo 3DS is something magnificent, because it indicates that there is potential in that console, and that many developers are aiming for that single portable console, which despite the architecture can make someone […]

Battle Chasers: Nightwar – Review

Battle Chasers: Nightwar – Review

Almost a year after the release on the other main gaming platforms on the market, Battle Chasers: Nightwar, Turn-based strategic RPG with a very particular design developed by Airship Syndicate and distributed by THQ Nordic, get up Nintendo Switch, ready […]

We Were Here Together – Review

We Were Here Together – Review

We Were Here Together is the third chapter of the saga "We Were Here“, Developed and published by the independent software house Total Mayhem Games. All games in the series "We Were Here”Must be played in co-op with a friend or with a stranger player, […]

Earthlock: Festival of Magic – Review

Earthlock: Festival of Magic – Review

Have you ever thought, one day, of playing a role-playing game with a markedly Japanese style, but developed by Norwegians? If so, Snowcastle Games has made your dream come true; after a rather demanding Kickstarter campaign last year, premiered for the […]

Knowledge is Power: Decades - Review

Knowledge is Power: Decades - Review

Sony is betting everything on new titles this month PlayLink, in order to make party games more user-friendly thanks to the feature of using the phone / tablet as a controller, and "Knowledge Is Power: The Decades”Is one of the many titles coming out. Did […]

VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action – Review

VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action – Review

VA-11 Hall-A it is certainly a fairly well-known indie from the software house Sukeban, despite the fact that there are much more famous and popular exponents. However, since its launch in 2016, it has enjoyed several releases on different platforms, […]

Pokémon Sword and Shield - Review of Game Freak's latest effort

Pokémon Sword and Shield - Review of Game Freak's latest effort

After more than twenty years from the birth of the brand, the dream of all Pokémon fans has been realized. Sword Pokémon e Shield Pokémon are the first pair of main series titles to arrive on a home console, after 7 generations of handheld games. In […]

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City – Review

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City – Review

The end of the world, the flame that goes out, the cycle that ends. Almost a year has passed since the advent of Dark Souls 3 in our homes and in these days we have experienced a last troubled journey inside the Universe expertly embroidered by Hidetaka Miyazaki. […]

Persona 5 Strikers - The review of the last journey into the Metaverse

Persona 5 Strikers - The review of the last journey into the Metaverse

We have finally come to this moment, the review of Persona 5 Strikers, after a tried that left us amazed we can finally sum up the new work born from the collaboration between Atlus e Omega Force. Persona 5 Strikers is a spin-off that compared to […]

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - PS4 version review

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - PS4 version review

Monster Hunter: World, the latest title in the successful series of Capcom, expands with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, massive expansion of the game. Iceborne continues the happenings of World by adding new monsters, new dangers and new mysteries to […]

Baldur's Gate 3 - Tested the title in Early Access on Steam

Baldur's Gate 3 - Tested the title in Early Access on Steam

The closest experience to Dungeons & Dragons ever created On October 6th the Larian Studios have released Baldur's gate 3 early access for Steam, GoG and Stadia, priced at € 59,99. Famous for one of the cornerstones of the CRPG genre, Divinity: […]

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls – Review

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls – Review

This time the world of Danganronpa it is projected outside the school universe to manifest itself in an external world which is now collapsing. This spin-off of the well-known visual novel, is proposed as a TPS with an eccentric appearance from […]

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York – Review

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York – Review

Vampire: The Masquerade is a famous board game, which has long inspired videogame transpositions. Like others tabletop role-playing games, in fact, it presents a great narrative universe which was tempting to many Software Houses for the setting of their […]

Gal Metal – Review

Gal Metal – Review

An alien race is on the attack and we must safeguard the Earth: how can we do it? Very simple, with the power of Metal! This time we find ourselves reviewing a title that decides to land in the West and does so in a very unusual way; let's talk about […]

Snake Pass – Review

Snake Pass – Review

Sumo Digital, the team that participated in the development of Little Big Planet 3, once again churns out a brand new platformer: Snake Pass. Has the title convinced us? Find out in our review! TITLE: Snake PassGENERAL: PlatformPLATFORM: Xbox One […]

Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Review

Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Review

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the sixteenth installment in Intelligent Systems' strategy series making its Nintendo Switch debut. It was from the days of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, released on Nintendo Wii in 2008, that the saga was not playable on a fixed […]

Re: Turn - One Way Trip - Steam version review

Re: Turn - One Way Trip - Steam version review

The arrival of a survival horror in a fascinating Pixel Art Re: Turn - One Way Trip is a 2D side-scrolling survival horror in pixel art, published by Green Man Gaming Publishing and developed by Red Ego Games, coming October 14, 2020 for PlayStation […]

Salt and Sanctuary – Review

Salt and Sanctuary – Review

Halls and Sanctuaries, this is the recipe of the guys of SKA Studios for a complex and deep Indie, relying on the solid style of the Souls already abused a lot in this last period, will they have done a noteworthy job? Let's see it together! Is this […]

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove - Ultimate review of the platforming icon

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove - Ultimate review of the platforming icon

Born in 2013 as Kickstarter campaign who wanted to pay homage to 8 Bit platform titles, Shovel Knight has now become an iconic and recognized character throughout the indie video game landscape. Ever since development began, supporters of the title have […]

Spellbreak Closed Beta 2 – Provato su PC

Spellbreak Closed Beta 2 – Provato su PC

Spellbreak, the Battle Royale with RPG elements developed by Proletariat Inc., has finally reached its Closed Beta 2. Released just a few days ago, in fact, it is now possible to buy and play the game on PlayStation 4 or on PC via the Epic Games Store. We've […]

HITMAN 2 – Review

HITMAN 2 – Review

The series Hitman has undergone a change, which we were able to ascertain with the first experiment of Io Interactive two years ago, with a very familiar structure in recent times, namely that of releasing the title with a solid base and which was gradually […]

Omega Labyrinth Life – Review

Omega Labyrinth Life – Review

It had been a while since we reviewed a roguelike title, and this time we return with Omega Labyrinth Life, released respectively for Playstation 4 e Nintendo Switch the first day of August. We got to try it on Sony consoles, and we're ready to tell you […]

RIDE 3 – Review

RIDE 3 – Review

The very Italian development studio Milestone has always been specialized in creating motor-themed video games and now they are back with Ride 3, the third incarnation of the brand dedicated to two wheels. The Milestone guys are the first to be passionate […]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory – Review

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory – Review

We are in the third consecutive year that Bandai Namco throws us into the fray of digital monsters with Digimon. It is undeniable, it is always nice to talk about this historic brand, which has always been in constant struggle with the PokéMon counterpart, […]

Judgment – Review

Judgment – Review

After having tasted Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise and the last one Yakuza released, it is finally the turn of a completely new production by the Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. At its announcement it was not clear whether it was a title part of the universe […]

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Review

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – Review

It's been a little over eight years since Electronic Arts has put on the market the role-playing game of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. The project aroused good interest from the public due to the minds behind the title. In fact, among the staff we find […]

Let's Go Crazy - Review

Let's Go Crazy - Review

Sony kindly offered us to preview for you "Let's go crazy“, The latest title in the PlayLink series that allows you to use your phone or tablet as a game controller. How will this function be implemented? Let's find out together! NapNok Games returns […]

Project Cars 3 - Review of the Xbox One X version

Project Cars 3 - Review of the Xbox One X version

It's finally time to get the wheels rolling again Project Cars it was a pretty cool experiment, one of those games that tried to bring a bit of simulation into a genre gaming where arcade driving games prevailed. After a first title that had aroused […]

Zombie Army 4: Dead War - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Zombie Army 4: Dead War - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

It hasn't been long since we've told you about Zombie Army 4: Dead War, the title developed by Rebellion. On that occasion, during a hands-on event in Milan, we had the opportunity to try a complete but not yet finished version of the game. The title […]

Amnesia: Rebirth - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Amnesia: Rebirth - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Amnesia: Rebirth is the new game in the Amnesia saga and is the third installment of this brand. The first title in the saga was Amnesia: The Dark Descent, followed by the spin-off A Machine for Pigs. With Rebirth, Frictional Games intends to bring the […]

Torchlight 2 - Review of the Nintendo Switch version

Torchlight 2 - Review of the Nintendo Switch version

Torchlight 2 for Switch is the porting to Nintendo console of the famous game developed and published in 2012 by Runic Games. Its predecessor Torchlight received great success back in 2009 (when it was released) thanks also to the designs created by ex-designers […]

Kingdom Hearts III – Review

Kingdom Hearts III – Review

It seems like an eternity has passed since that far away E3 2013, Where Square Enix finally officially announced the development of Kingdom Hearts III su PlayStation 4 e Xbox One. That simple but intense trailer meant a lot to fans of the saga, as it […]

Frostpunk Console Edition – Review

Frostpunk Console Edition – Review

Frost Punk after 1 year from the release on PC finally comes up too consul. This title combined the best elements of the survival e city building in one of the more strategy games catchy e details of the latest videogame generation. But they will have […]

Rodea the Sky Soldier – Review

Rodea the Sky Soldier – Review

There are titles that are sometimes not very good in some platforms, while in high ones they are good and fun titles. Apparently, Surround the Sky Soldier belongs to that class, which unfortunately led the game to be plagued by a bad name because of the […]

Knack 2 – Review

Knack 2 – Review

SCE Japan Studios try again! After a disappointing, for criticism, crack, released at the launch of the current Sony home console, the second chapter arrives, without a great wait, if not by those who managed to appreciate the immense potential that that […]

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen – Review

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen – Review

This is a period where some video games that have made history on the past generation are resurrected and re-proposed on the current generation. It so happens that even a Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen the same fate is fulfilled, after arriving on PC last […]

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Review della versione PS4

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Review della versione PS4

After a first chapter of the Collect-A-Thon genre, Playtonic games comes back with an adventure sidescrolling platform with more classic tones. Will she be able to convince us? The return of the dynamic duo! When the wicked Capital B come back to attack, […]

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness – Review

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness – Review

We have heard of it cooked and raw, on this long awaited and much discussed title in recent days. The team of tri-ace has finally landed on European soil, with this new one Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness. The memories of this series take us to […]

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky – Review

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky – Review

Between 1999 and 2000, PSOne, now on the avenue of sunset with its older sister PS2 on the home straight, managed to amaze the world of JRPG with a unique title, never really imitated and still considered a reference model today. for developers and fans […]

Shining Resonance Refrain – Review

Shining Resonance Refrain – Review

Just in July he delights us with his presence Shining Resonance Chorus, an interesting JRPG Action from mom SEGA. In fact, it is one remastered rather than a brand new title, given that the original game for PS3 dates back to the not very distant 2014. It […]

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr – Review

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr – Review

The title Martyr di Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor it has already landed several months before on the Steam platform and after a short time it has finally arrived on PlayStation 4 and the latest addition from Microsoft. The title is edited by NeocoreGames […]

Wuppo Definitive Edition - Review of the Steam version

Wuppo Definitive Edition - Review of the Steam version

It was recently released there Definitive Edition di Wuppo, a very cute platform indie with elements Metroidvania. Here is ours review. The colorful world dominated by Wum Wuppo originally came out on Steam e GOG il 29 September 2016 as the first […]

Chaos;Child – Review della visual novel a tema mystery

Chaos;Child – Review della visual novel a tema mystery

On the occasion of the release of Chaos;Child su Steam, we feel compelled to tell you about this Visual Novel belonging to the same series as Steins; Gate. Unfortunately, not many people know that Steins; Gate actually belongs to a larger series, called […]

Remothered: Broken Porcelain – Review

Remothered: Broken Porcelain – Review

Several years ago, the Italian gaming industry was rocked thanks to the creation of Remothered, a title that managed, in its small way, to make known what the real fear of the horror genre is, which had not been perceived for some time. Horror video games […]

Persona 4 Golden - Review of the PC version

Persona 4 Golden - Review of the PC version

A classic of jrpg arrives on Steam “Once, I dreamt I was a butterfly”, with these words opens one of the most peculiar series of the videogame world: Persona. Born in 1996 as a spin-off of Shin Megami Tensei, Person has managed over the years […]

Gears 5 - Review of Microsoft's spearhead

Gears 5 - Review of Microsoft's spearhead

After a good fourth installment in the series, The Coalition is back on the videogame wave with Gears 5, which takes on the burden of continuing the new narrative path started almost three years ago. The announcement of the title took place in 2016 during […]

Fade to Silence – Review

Fade to Silence – Review

We return today with a new review, this time of a title made by Black forest games and produced by THQ Nordic: We are talking about Fade to silence. The title showed itself through how a ruthless survival where the player's skill is severely tested; will have met […]

Just Dance 2019 – Review

Just Dance 2019 – Review

As for every year now, Just Dance back on our shelves and between a dance step and a fun choreography conquers the hearts of all the fanatics of the world of dance. The name "Just Dance" comes from the homonymous song of the famous artist and singer Lady […]

Thimbleweed Park – Review

Thimbleweed Park – Review

If there was a "Hall Of Fame" for the most influential personalities of the gaming world, I am sure that Ron Gilbert would be part of it with full merits. It could not be otherwise for the man who revolutionized the world of graphic adventures, with the […]

Dead or School - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Dead or School - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

After being released on PC last June, Dead or School, developed by Nanafushi study, officially lands on home consoles. The studio tried to merge the exploratory mechanics typical of a metroidvania with those of any Japanese role-playing game in the title. […]

Marvel's Avengers - PlayStation 4 version review

Marvel's Avengers - PlayStation 4 version review

The adventures of marvel super heroes are back on the big screen, with a new branded game Crystal Dynamics e Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix. It is the first time in years that the development house is detached from the famous Tomb […]

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – Review

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – Review

In 1986 Sega published Wonder Boy, platform that would soon give birth to one of the most important RPG platform series of the 80s-90s. Upon its release in the arcade Wonder Boy achieved some success, so much so as to convince Sega to make a […]

Total War: Three Kingdoms – Review

Total War: Three Kingdoms – Review

Total War is a saga that has been synonymous with games for many years now quality strategy. Thanks to this saga we have been able to experience different historical periods and different situations, but the quality level of the productions has always […]

God Eater 3 – Review

God Eater 3 – Review

After the enormous success of Monster Hunter World on consoles and PC, Bandai Namco decided to respond with the new chapter of his hunting game series: God Eater 3. Developed for PlayStation 4 e PC, was the first title in the saga to abandon portable […]

Dead Age - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Dead Age - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

After being released on both PC and mobile devices, managing to gain a large following of fans, Dead age officially lands on PlayStation 4. Dead Age is a indie role-playing game inserted in an apocalyptic context where the zombies have taken over the […]

Kill la Kill IF – Review

Kill la Kill IF – Review

The guys of Arc System Works, producers of titles of the likes of BlazBlue e Dragon ball fighter z, this time they collaborated together with the animation house trigger to create the fighting game of Kill la kill, one of the flagship titles of the Japanese […]

Shenmue III - Review of Yu Suzuki's latest work for PlayStation 4

Shenmue III - Review of Yu Suzuki's latest work for PlayStation 4

It hasn't been long since we had the chance to relive the deep emotions of the first two Shenmue thanks to Remastered di SEGA. Even today, the release of Shenmue III: no one in fact expected that Yu Suzuki would go back to get my hands on this jewel released […]

Wreckfest - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

Wreckfest - Review of the PlayStation 4 version

1 year after its release on PC, Wreckfest arrives on Playstation 4 e Xbox One. The game was developed by BugBear Entertainment, a software house that became famous thanks to FlatOut, the first racing game to have introduced a collision system ed impressive […]

Saturday Morning RPG - Review of the PC version

Saturday Morning RPG - Review of the PC version

Saturday Morning RPG, indie opera by Mighty Rabbit Studios published on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, iOS and recently also Nintendo Switch is, as the title suggests, a turn-based RPG, based on the childhood and adolescence memories of […]

Football Manager 2021 - PC Version Review

Football Manager 2021 - PC Version Review

Another year, another race! The classic annual appointment with Football Manager has come, with the boys of Sports Interactive who have tried, once again, to improve their beloved product, without upsetting it, in order to guarantee a better gaming experience […]

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX – Review

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX – Review

Another collection has arrived in our homes, it is Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX, an edition that collects six of the nine titles released over the years, all awaiting the third and final chapter of this incredible saga. This allows all owners of […]

Prey Mooncrash – Review

Prey Mooncrash – Review

It's been a year now since Arkane Studios released that masterpiece of his called Prey. The title at the time fully conquered us for its spatial poetics, a vision that the Arkane guys studied in detail, composing a product of superfine quality. Additional […]

The Sinking City – Review

The Sinking City – Review

The works Lovecraft have always been a source of inspiration for videogame productions, and recently we had the opportunity to appreciate the Call of Cthulhu di Cyanide Studio. Even the boys of Frogswares they wanted to be inspired by Howard's stories […]

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Special Edition  – Review

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Special Edition – Review

Not many will know BlazBlue, one of the flagship series of the software house Arc System, which many will have heard of for the not so distant Dragon Ball FighterZ. Originally released in late 2016, BlazBlue: Central Fiction it represented the fourth […]

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate – Review

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate – Review

After a long wait and various conjurations, he arrives in the West Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, Capcom title that proposes to expand what we saw with Monster Hunter Generations. Many were quite disappointed by what Generations offered, given the […]

Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Lonely Island of Armor - Review

Pokémon Sword and Shield: The Lonely Island of Armor - Review

A detachment from the past Six months after the his review, today we pick up again Sword and Shield Pokémon to be able to talk about the Isle of Armor, the first of two DLCs released on June 17 2020, but first let's start from the beginning Each generation […]

Dry Drowning – Review Nintendo Switch

Dry Drowning – Review Nintendo Switch

Dry Drowning is a visual novel that touches psychological thriller themes accompanied by investigative elements. The title was developed in Italy by Studio V and VLG. Previously released for PC (Steam and GOG) on August 2, 2019, this February the […]

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