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Forgotton Anne

Review of Forgotton Anne

Posted: June 3, 2018 at 5:24 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Platform Games, Reviews

Somewhere far away, there is a rainy world in which all things that have ever been forgotten live. But they do not just lie in piles and do nothing. They are alive, intelligent and lead a normal lifestyle for, for example, a table lamp or a sock: they work at a factory. Go to bars, watch […]

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Kirby Star Allies Review-all ingenious is simple?

Posted: April 25, 2018 at 5:11 pm   /   Console Games, Platform Games, Reviews

Kirby Star Allies review on the Nintendo Switch is more like a Mega Man – or, if you like, Cuphead – rather than a flat arcade about Mario and his friends. The platform levels themselves are pure formality, if only because all the main characters are able to fly, and all the abysses can be completely quietly […]

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Posted: January 4, 2018 at 12:18 pm   /   Action, Adventure, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

Hibiscus is a flower of rare, delicate and elusive beauty. Its petals are extremely fragile, evanescent and with a very limited duration, ready to wither at the first stroke of time.   Like memories. Yet the memories of Colin Reeds, paradoxically, have as their common denominator the hibiscus: its colors and its scent hover among the sobs […]

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Otherwise we climb

Posted: January 3, 2018 at 4:11 pm   /   Adventure, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

The game put us at the controls of a nice robot, BUD, sent on an alien planet to analyze the vegetation and bloom the gigantic Star Plant, climbing able to stand up for thousands of meters and allow us, thus, to reach the satellites that gravitate around the world and discover its secrets.   The […]

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On the road … Aurelia

Posted: January 2, 2018 at 3:54 pm   /   Action, Adventure, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

It is rumored that some of the holes in the current road surface date back to Roman times, but this, as they say, is another story.   The Via Aurelia is the one that runs along the Tyrrhenian coast connecting Rome with Ventimiglia, to stay in Italy, but also continues beyond the border ending in […]

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Walking around the park

Posted: December 29, 2017 at 3:34 pm   /   Construction and management simulation, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

 Planet coaster review Water has passed under the bridge since Theme Park, the first title that showed how fun it can be to build and run an amusement park. It was other times, other platforms and other developers. Over the years, the genre has evolved, especially thanks to the RollerCoaster Tycoon series, which added many elements to […]

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The genius with long hair

Posted: December 28, 2017 at 3:16 pm   /   Adventure, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

 Shantae half genie hero review   One night the girl is awakened by a noise and follows its origin, finding herself talking with a light that transmits a message from the world of magic and that warns against an imminent threat.   The initial scenario serves as a hub for the various missions, which  shantae […]

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Hollow Knight

Posted: December 24, 2017 at 4:07 pm   /   PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

What a strange fate that of metroidvania. Typically relegated to portable consoles and almost disappeared from the market, this particular type of video game has become a bulwark of the independent world, a perfect combination of depth and fun chosen by many young software companies to demonstrate their skills – even by virtue of fairly limited […]

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Yooka-Kazooie, Banjo-Laylee

Posted: December 23, 2017 at 2:02 pm   /   Adventure, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

In 1998, Banjo-Kazooie began with a wicked witch, a kidnapping and a blind mole; in 2017 Yooka-Laylee starts with a wicked multinational that wants to take control of the world by taking possession of all the books, including one with incredible powers that will force us to pass the game to recover the one hundred and […]

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Fighting witches, cats and nuns

Posted: December 23, 2017 at 1:57 pm   /   PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

In an age when Cave Story has become practically a classic, the aesthetic choices that show large pixels and rigorously 2D settings have lost a large part of their irreverent drive and fall into a well-established aesthetic. This does not mean that it is not yet possible to distinguish between those who adopt this approach […]

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