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Next-gen Ninja

Posted: December 26, 2017 at 3:42 pm   /   Fantasy, Fighting games and beat 'em ups, PC Games, Reviews

 Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 review   One of the great advantages of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series is that it has managed to convey in texture and polygons the dynamism and the spectacularity of the clashes between ninja that we have learned on the pages of the manga of Naruto first and then in […]

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The solitude of the numbers 8

Posted: December 25, 2017 at 4:57 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

 Forma.8 review   The metroidvania are probably one of the most interesting challenges for each development study: a well-coded genre, with well-known rules and mechanics that on the one hand risk giving the game a hint of a visa and revised, but on the other they can highlight a particularly inspired game design.   And […]

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Murders with style

Posted: December 19, 2017 at 4:45 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

Tokyo 42 seemed to have all the credentials to impress fans of independent productions with some interesting finds, an out-of-the-line style and a strong quotation of old classics of the past.   At the base of the concept created by Maciej Strychalski and Sean Wright there are in fact a multitude of landmarks ranging from […]

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Get Even

Posted: December 18, 2017 at 5:01 pm   /   Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews, Shooter Games

Get Even is not an atypical videogame only for the events that led to its birth: it is a product distant from the titles in the first person we are used to, that ranges between various genres and tries to offer the player a rich experience of tension and strong emotions, relying on a branched […]

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The Legend of Korra

Posted: December 3, 2017 at 3:20 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

It’s funny, but the practice of taking out games based on movies , TV series or other audiovisual properties is being lost . Not one hundred percent, it is clear, but consoles and compatible seems that this type of content has mutated towards tablets, social networking games and other platforms that are no longer those that appeal to the gamer to […]

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Star Trek Bridge Crew

Posted: November 11, 2017 at 4:35 pm   /   Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

Ubisoft has just put into play his new proposal for PS4 and PS VR (which is the version I’ve been able to enjoy) as well as for PC, which is entirely starring in the science fiction series Star Trek . And from now I can assure you that very likely only the followers of this series will be those who […]

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Posted: November 10, 2017 at 3:55 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

Neither walking simulator, nor horror game, nor conventional adventure in the first person. I find it hard to encorse this work in any of these three categories because it has a little of all of them but, also, suffers from some of the main ingredients that are nor   mally part of each of these genres. And […]

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Observer, the horror cyberpunk

Posted: October 11, 2017 at 4:34 pm   /   Fantasy, Reviews, Survival Horror

Mind Ruler We are in 2084. Like most Eastern European countries, Poland has also been devastated by the great war that has decimated the population and Nanofagia, a digital epidemic that almost killed all those with cybernetic grafts. The few survivors, even to escape the impeccable new reality, live drug slaves, virtual reality, and neural […]

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Posted: September 30, 2017 at 5:36 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

In the genre of “humanity Unearth alien nonsense and now we all end” did not happen anything significant, it seems, since the first Dead Space. And Pollen (the name is not very accurate , but so be it for the sake of simplicity) came in very handy. Nice adventure game from the first person from the first frame […]

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Posted: September 30, 2017 at 5:18 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Fantasy, PC Games, Reviews

Despite the impressive popularity of anime and manga series Attack on Titan, a decent game adaptation of the story of the confrontation between the remnants of humanity and the countless hordes of ogres until now I have not won. Miserable Humanity in Chains for 3DS could boast except that the pile of borrowed fragments from […]

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