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Guild Wars 2 review

Guild Wars 2 review

In the MMO market, every newcomer proclaims himself as the one who will oust World of Warcraft from the throne of kings of the genre. After 8 years, Guild Wars 2 is the first real danger for what for years has been synonymous with "Massive Multiplayer Online […]

Goat Simulator Review

Goat Simulator Review

Already responsible for the Sanctum series titles, acclaimed FPS Tower Defense, the Swedish developers Coffee Stain Studios come back with a new title. An unexpected title. An absurd title. Goat Simulator, a real "goat simulator". Born almost by chance, from […]

Astro's Playroom review: the first game for Dualsense

Astro's Playroom review: the first game for Dualsense

The Next-Gen is finally a reality, despite the not irresistible launch of Ps5 and Series X. The pandemic has hit companies hard, apparently reducing the stocks of new consoles at launch and, above all, delaying the development of many launch titles. I understand […]

BATMAN review - The Telltale Series Episode 4: Guardian of Arkham

BATMAN review - The Telltale Series Episode 4: Guardian of Arkham

One month after the third episode, Telltale releases the fourth chapter of BATMAN - The Telltale Series, with a fairly explanatory title Guardian of Arkham. Available both in the season pass and in the stand-alone version at € 6,49 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation […]

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 3 - Hell is empty review

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 3 - Hell is empty review

With Hell is Empty, the third and final installment of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, the US developers definitively close their adventure set in Chloe Price's past. "Hell is empty and all the devils are here" is a verse coming from none other than "The […]

Demon Gaze Review

Demon Gaze Review

2014 got off to a great start for NIS America. Always attentive to the requests of the Western public for that purely Japanese stock portfolio that in other conditions would struggle to reach us, within 4 months we found ourselves with pearls of the caliber […]

Runbow Review

Runbow Review

Present among the Indies of the Nindies @ Home project launched by Nintendo last June on the occasion of E3 2015, Runbow he presented himself as a nine-player runner, locally and online for quick games based on an abnormal way of using color. One week after […]

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode One - The Order of the Stone review

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode One - The Order of the Stone review

Since 2009, Minecraft has become increasingly successful, becoming quite possibly the best known sandbox ever. An ever-populated community, the release on all platforms, gameplay on YouTube, are just some of the indicators of the success of Mojang's title. […]

Resident Evil Review

Resident Evil Review

resident evil is a series that has undoubtedly managed to influence and involve a huge number of gamers. For this reason many have not been able to accept the action that from the fourth episode involved the series, bringing it to the levels of a Michael Bay […]

Invizimals review: the Alliance

Invizimals review: the Alliance

For the Invizimals series by Novarama, 2013 is the year of the relaunch in a big way. After the success of the three chapters for Playstation Portable, the universe of the brand appears more expanding than ever: in addition to Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom for […]

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

In recent years, the videogame market has been literally invaded by HD Collections, collections that include various chapters of some sagas (more or less famous), presenting them with a more avant-garde graphic design. Whether these initiatives are welcomed […]

Dragon Quest VII Review: Fragments of a Forgotten World

Dragon Quest VII Review: Fragments of a Forgotten World

Originally released on PlayStation  way back in 2000, Dragon Quest VII it is par excellence one of the most full-bodied and long-lived chapters of the series, a real videogame odyssey. The announcement of a remake on Nintendo 3DS, following in the footsteps […]

Sonic Mania Review

Sonic Mania Review

Years and years, and then more years, spent stranded in the shadow of the carcass of the greatness that it was, waiting for a messiah who has not arrived either looking for new apostles or making a clean sweep. If the night is darker just before dawn, then […]

Miitomo review

Miitomo review

Son of a Nintendo in full renewal phase, Miitomo is the first title in the Big N that marks its debut on smartphones and tablets Android e iOS. Announced last October during the annual investor meeting, Miitomo was the subject of strong discussion by those […]

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of the New Champions | Review: a huge wasted opportunity

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of the New Champions | Review: a huge wasted opportunity

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of the New Champions he had managed to create an aura of great interest, great expectations and obviously deep nostalgia around him right from the start. On the other hand, Holly & Benji, has been among the most loved anime ever, not only […]

Xenoblade Chronicles Review

Xenoblade Chronicles Review

Five years. Many have passed since the last J-RPG that Monolith Software had developed for a home console, or Baten Kaitos Origins. After that, only Nintendo DS titles and the curious, but ultimately unsuccessful, divertissement of Disaster: Day of Crisis for […]

WWE 2K17 review

WWE 2K17 review

The WWE series video games have been keeping fans company for many years now: the first dates back to 2000, and the appointment, for fans, is always a must. As time went on, however, technologies have evolved, and those who were content with lean graphics and […]

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Review

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Review

Released at the end of 2015, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes he had distinguished himself on PC for bringing the atmospheres of board games to our computers, in a formula that included a perfectly successful asynchronous cooperative multiplayer. One year later, […]

Teslagrad (Wii U) review

Teslagrad (Wii U) review

Wii U was certainly penalized by the absence of third-party titles, be they exclusive or multi-plate, most publishers have snubbed the Nintendo console in these almost two years of life. On the contrary, Indie studios have found a new home on the console, bringing […]

Danganronpa Review 1 · 2 Reload

Danganronpa Review 1 · 2 Reload

The series Danganronpa has made a name for itself in the West in recent years thanks to the presence of characters capable of making gamers fall in love and an exciting plot combined with a genre suitable for these elements: the visual novel. This led NIS America […]

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes review

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes review

After pleasing us a few days after the announcement during Nintendo's Post E3 event this summer, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes arrives in physical and digital stores on October 23rd, bringing with it a lighter and more light-hearted plot and inviting […]

Rare Replay Review

Rare Replay Review

On the occasion of 'E3 2015, to celebrate its 30 years of activity, Rare presented to the public of the Los Angeles fair, the Rare Replay, a collection of 30 titles from the English software house that celebrates its 30th anniversary. At a cost of € 29,99, […]

The Hex Review - Six Avatars in Search of Author

The Hex Review - Six Avatars in Search of Author

For those who fall into guilt, sir, the one responsible for all the faults that follow, is it not always who, first, brought about the fall?   Lionel Snill Daniel Mullins did it again: after that incredible authorial work that he is Pony Island, the Indie […]

Shenmue I & II Review - The saga that changed the gaming world

Shenmue I & II Review - The saga that changed the gaming world

It is not at all easy to review one of the games that has most influenced your life after many years. For many reasons.   August has always been a "flat" month when it comes to videogame releases.  This year, however, the trend seems to have […]

Drawn to Death Review

Drawn to Death Review

Drawn to Death practically brings back everything that made the first Doom a phenomenon: ultra violence, politically incorrect attitude and lots of action. One of the main themes of this eighth generation of videogames is the rediscovery of genres and solutions […]

Dead Rising: Triple Pack review

Dead Rising: Triple Pack review

With a press release, last 12 September, Capcom announced that Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record would be available starting the next day for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in a collection titled Dead Rising: Triple Pack, released […]

Persona 5 Strikers review, the perfect return of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts

Persona 5 Strikers review, the perfect return of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts

It has already been almost 4 years since the original release of 5 person in the West, yet the cult phenomenon he created does not seem to have faded even remotely. The success of the last mainline chapter of the famous Atlus series was truly overwhelming, […]

Outlast Review: Whistleblower

Outlast Review: Whistleblower

There are various reasons that may have made Outlast such a popular title. Surely the fact that it was one of those games that have the merit of having brought the horror genre back to PC (but above all to home consoles) is definitely a point in its favor. […]

Detective Pikachu Review

Detective Pikachu Review

You don't necessarily need gentlemen with hats to solve mysteries, yellow mice with a deep voice and thirsty for coffee are enough. Detective Pikachu has been available for a couple of weeks in the physical and digital libraries of the immortal Nintendo 3DS. […]

Zheros review

Zheros review

The first thing to hit of Zheros, whether you like it or not, is its nature of title born and raised. In a national panorama that hardly manages to emerge worldwide, it is nice to see it as the first job of the team Rimlight Studios managed to reach the homes […]

Caligula Effect Overdose review: truth or fiction?

Caligula Effect Overdose review: truth or fiction?

Caligula Effect Overdose is a remastered and extended edition of the eponymous title released on PlayStation Vita in 2017. It is a typical JRPG in which the protagonists have been catapulted into Mobius; a virtual world created by virtuadolls (virtual idols […]

Senran Kagura Review: Estival Versus (PC)

Senran Kagura Review: Estival Versus (PC)

When you appoint Senran Kagura the first things that immediately come to mind are: blows, big guns and above all beautiful girls. A combination that for some may mean the most you can ask for from a video game. Estival Versus is the latest chapter in the saga, […]

BATMAN review - The Telltale Series Episode 1: Realm of Shadows

BATMAN review - The Telltale Series Episode 1: Realm of Shadows

Announced last December during the Game Awards, the new Telltale series based on the universe of DC's most famous hero debuted around the world yesterday, August 2, with the first episode of five, titled Realm of Shadows. Batman - The Telltale Series is available […]

Dark Souls III Review - Ashes Of Ariandel

Dark Souls III Review - Ashes Of Ariandel

The controversial expansion that was able to appease the highest expectations, suffocating them under a soft blanket of bloody snow.   It's been about five months since the first DLC of Dark Souls III, Ashes Of Ariandel, which catapulted players […]

Dead Nation (PS Vita) review

Dead Nation (PS Vita) review

Over the years Housemarque has undoubtedly first established itself and then confirmed itself as a software house capable of churning out interesting titles even with relatively modest budgets behind it. The most fertile ground for the kids of Helsinki is undoubtedly […]

Bayonetta 2 review

Bayonetta 2 review

It has been a long wait. A wait that kept us in suspense for 1750 days, which became literally red-hot after the somewhat surprising announcement by Nintendo and the subsequent controversies, which were able to drag themselves (too) to the line of the suffered […]

Gears of War 4 review

Gears of War 4 review

After Halo, Gears of War is one of the most important and played Microsoft franchises, so much so that the Redmond house has been pushed, after having concluded the exploits of Marcus Fenix and his faithful Gear companions to purchase the IP from Epic Games. […]

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 review

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 review

Naruto's paper adventures, net of spin offs and derivative works, came to their conclusion almost a year and a half ago after fifteen years of publication. Predictably a different fate has befallen the ninja's videogame counterpart, who after a year of standby […]

Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed Review (PC)

Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed Review (PC)

Idea Factory International continues with its roundup of ports on Steam for PC gamers who love the saga of Hyperdimension Neptunia. After the three reboots of the main chapters, the time has finally come for the spin-offs of the brand to be released on Valve's […]

Child of Light Review

Child of Light Review

Austria, 1895. Our story begins here. As in the most classic of fairy tales, Aurora she is the young daughter of a duke, motherless. On the night of her father's second wedding, the young woman will fall into a deep sleep, a cold sleep, with no return. Instead […]

Middle-earth review: Shadow of Mordor

Middle-earth review: Shadow of Mordor

In a vast tide of tie-ins, mediocre titles and (few) products of effective quality, games based on films / books / TV series have always been viewed with distrust and fear of possible disappointment. Since the Rocksteady guys took over the videogame brand dedicated […]

Furi review

Furi review

While not all indie titles are masterpieces, it's also true that in terms of independent development there is much more freedom than triple A productions, where the laws of the market and the economic return dominate. And it is precisely in the indie world […]

Zombies Review

Zombies Review

WiiU it is certainly not famous for being a console capable of capturing those who are looking for adult titles, with large doses of violence and liters and liters of blood. Sure that, if anyone inquired carefully about the Nintendo home console, they would […]

Digimon Story Review: Cyber ​​Sleuth

Digimon Story Review: Cyber ​​Sleuth

Announced in 2013 and released in the land of the Rising Sun last March Digimon Story: Cyber ​​Sleuth it has been requested for a long time by western players, so much so that a petition has been opened by a user who has received over 65 thousand subscriptions. […]

Diablo III review (PS3 and Xbox 360)

Diablo III review (PS3 and Xbox 360)

The relationship between Blizzard and the world of consoles can certainly be described as one of those "badly aged" relationships that have worsened over time until they almost completely died out. If the first years of the company (initially known as Silicon […]

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth1 Review (PC)

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth1 Review (PC)

Shortly before the release of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth2 Sisters Generation (which we talked about extensively in our review), Idea Factory International has brought to Valve's digital platform, Steam, the first chapter of this series of "remakes" […]

Bastion review

Bastion review

The world of independent industry, especially that of the videogame sector, increasingly produces titles of great value that have nothing to envy to the products of the majors. This is the case with the award-winning Bastion, announced in 2010 and developed […]

Rise of the Tomb Raider review

Rise of the Tomb Raider review

With the decrease of titles developed exclusively on a single platform, in recent years the habit of making a series of additional content available in preview for the reference console has become widespread. Here, for example, Assassin's Creed Syndicate can […]

Saints Row review: Gat out of Hell

Saints Row review: Gat out of Hell

Simultaneously with the release of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (here you can find our review) the last stand alone DLC linked to the famous saga has also been made available Volition. Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, this is the title of the new additional content, […]

Puppeteer Review

Puppeteer Review

This year we have seen several platformers on our consoles: from the indie cowboy of Gunman Clive on 3DS to Bob's debut in the difficult Cloudberry Kingdom, from the jumping rabbit of Kung Fu Rabbit up to the return of Rayman in Rayman Legends and that of Luigi […]

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate review - Monster Hunter for men

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate review - Monster Hunter for men

It took exactly one year, but finally the owners of Nintendo Switch will be able to get their hands on the western version of Monster Hunter XX. We renamed it as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, following the "tradition" of the improved chapters, is available […]

The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 review

The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 review

After landing on the Japanese market, The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 it finds its way to the West, to talk to us again about stories of witches and warrior "puppets".   If Metallia, the charming and eccentric protagonist of the first chapter had managed […]

Review Professor Layton and the Call of the Ghost

Review Professor Layton and the Call of the Ghost

As they say, the real pleasure lies in waiting. Exactly 2 years later than the launch on Japanese soil, last November 25 even we European fans were able to finally get our hands on the fourth chapter of the (new) saga of Professor Layton! Professor Layton and […]

Rhythm Thief and the Emperor's Treasure Review

Rhythm Thief and the Emperor's Treasure Review

Rhythm Thief and the Emperor's Treasure is the first real rhythm game, or musical if you prefer, for Nintendo 3DS to reach European soil thanks to the collaboration between Sega and Nintendo. Unlike other music games, Rhythm Thief stands out for the variety […]

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster PS4 review

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster PS4 review

One of the most controversial videogame phenomena of recent years is certainly the ever-increasing presence of titles from the past on contemporary consoles. Although initially it was an operation created to bring back the best titles of the PlayStation 2 era, […]

Wii Party U Review

Wii Party U Review

It's been a long time since that distant 1998 when the now defunct Hudson Soft. proposed for the first time a party game that would mark the history of the genre, the first Mario Party on the Nintendo 64. Developed in collaboration with Nintendo, the game offered […]

Outlast II review

Outlast II review

According to the dictionary of psychology, the fear it is “a primary emotion of defense, provoked by a situation of danger that can be real, anticipated by the forecast, evoked by the memory or produced by the imagination“. Although it was certainly not […]

White Day review: a labirynth named school

White Day review: a labirynth named school

Comes on PlayStation 4 e PC White Day: a labirynth named school, Korean survival horror already published on mobile devices in 2015 and in turn a remake of a title released in 2009, but remained relegated to the motherland. Available from today 22 August on […]

New Super Luigi U review

New Super Luigi U review

Hard not to remember New Super Mario Bros. U, a title that accompanied Wii U on the day of release in stores and that won the hearts of fans with 82 levels full of adrenaline and increasing challenge (our review here). Like New Super Mario Bros. 2 for 3DS, […]

Landflix Odyssey review: St (r) eam and Chill

Landflix Odyssey review: St (r) eam and Chill

And I don't mean what you are thinking. Knowing that I would play Landflix Odyssey my first thought went to the development team. Not that he wants to make rhetoric about Made in Italy, but seeing this bitter industry grow can only please. Secondly, I immediately […]

Life is Strange Ep.3 review - Chaos Theory

Life is Strange Ep.3 review - Chaos Theory

La episodic nature of some recent videogame works may still not have convinced the most skeptical, frightened by the idea of ​​having to wait for the continuation of a plot that, month after month, adds pieces to an intricate plot. If the boys of Telltale […]

Akiba's Trip Review: Undead & Undressed

Akiba's Trip Review: Undead & Undressed

2014 was certainly the year in which PlayStationVita saw the arrival of several Japanese videogame exponents, from niche games to visual novels, up to jrpg and strategic games: the PlayStation laptop certainly managed to entertain the enthusiast of Japanese […]

Pokémon Rumble World review

Pokémon Rumble World review

After the extraordinary success achieved by Pokémon Shuffle (3 million downloads in two months) it was only natural for Nintendo to think of another Free to Play to entertain the players of Nintendo 3DS. Announced during the latest Nintendo Direct, Pokémon […]

The Last Tinker: City of Colors review

The Last Tinker: City of Colors review

Just a month ago, we explored ColorTown with the promise to return this summer, more anxious than ever to see how grove could have helped the Spirit of Color Viola to save his land. Mimimi Productions still amazes, and anticipates (Instead of postponing it […]

Mario & Sonic review at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Mario & Sonic review at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

In the golden age lived by Nintendo Wii only a few years ago, among the myriad of party games released to the delight of adults and children there was a series that managed to win the public's approval right away, we are talking about Mario & Sonic at the […]

The Swapper Review

The Swapper Review

One year after its PC version, the guys from Facepalm Games also bring their famous creation: The Swapper to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Will this unusual title, after the great success of audiences and critics on PC, also win over the […]

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition review

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition review

We got to talk about Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition in recent days in our preview and now it's time to draw conclusions on this revised and corrected version of the "classic" GungHo Online Entertainment that has gone crazy on smartphones […]

Watch Dogs Review

Watch Dogs Review

On May 27th the obstacle course he brought is finally over Aiden Pearce from the announcement of Watch Dogs at E3 2012 to the release in stores. Obstacle course not without surprises and twists and turns between postponements, rumors, controversies and a marketing […]

The Division 2 review: our review

The Division 2 review: our review

Three years have passed since the release of the first chapter. Seven months after the bioterrorist attack that hit New York and that after grueling battles saw us as savior heroes of the big apple, in The Division 2 we find ourselves in the role of an agent […]

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition review

Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition review

In the last few weeks, I have reached unspeakable levels of masochism. A year ago, with the release of Final Fantasy XV on consoles, I complained like never in life. Still, I wanted to relive this (tragic) experience again on PC.   A few more or less interesting […]

Rise of The Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration review

Rise of The Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration review

Protagonist of what is probably the most important and talked about exclusive temporal case of the generation, Rise of The Tomb Raider is finally about to land on Playstation 4, in the year in which among other things also falls the twentieth anniversary of […]

Inazuma Eleven GO Light / Shadow review

Inazuma Eleven GO Light / Shadow review

In 2011, while the first television season of the anime of Inazuma Eleven and the title of the same name made its debut on the DS in retirement, in Japan the football series of Level 5 reached its fourth chapter, starting a new trilogy: Inazuma Eleven GO. After […]

Final Fantasy XIII-2 review

Final Fantasy XIII-2 review

As you could read in our review (which you can find here), Final Fantasy XIII failed to fully meet the high expectations that fans placed in this new chapter of the famous saga. Square Enix, taking note of the criticisms received from the players, tries to […]

Art of Rally review is pure poetry in motion

Art of Rally review is pure poetry in motion

Before the glamorous catwalks of the Formula 1 circus and the irreverence of MotoGP, before the big sponsors, TV rights and asphyxiating regulations, motorsport was an incredible world. Among all the disciplines, however, there was one that made speed, danger […]

Marvel Vs. Capcom Review: Infinite

Marvel Vs. Capcom Review: Infinite

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite is the perfect litmus test of Capcom's current situation, suspended between lack of courage and wanting to fix things that aren't broken at all costs. Capcom has been like this for some years now. On the one hand, the news is hiding […]

Life is Strange: Before the Storm review - Goodbye

Life is Strange: Before the Storm review - Goodbye

Life is Strange: Before the Storm has failed to convince everyone, but with this additional episode is preparing to remedy their "mistakes" of the past! From episode to episode, Life is Strange has succeeded in the very difficult intent of gathering a real […]

Middle-earth review: Shadow of War

Middle-earth review: Shadow of War

When you have an intellectual property like that of de The Lord of the Rings it is always a risk to take any creative freedom, due to the amount of fans ready to tear the developers to pieces at the slightest error of continuity and / or interpretation. A few […]

The Banner Saga 2 (PS4 & Xbox One) review

The Banner Saga 2 (PS4 & Xbox One) review

2016 will surely be remembered as a great year in the Stoic Studio offices: in addition to finally having released, in multiple languages, the console version of The Banner Saga in January, the team also released the second chapter of the series, first on PC […]

Bloodborne Review: The Sleep of Death released

Bloodborne Review: The Sleep of Death released

After more than a year since its release in English, on 9 May 2019 the first of four volumes dedicated to Bloodborne, Entitled The Sleep of Death, published by Editoriale Cosmo for the Cosmo Fantasy series. To learn more:The emptiness of Hidetaka Miyazaki […]

LA Noire review

LA Noire review

Roaring years. Smell of tobacco. The sound of Bourbon poured into glasses, live improvised jazz, double basses, percussion, trumpets and piano in an orgy of persuasive sounds that spreads like a perfume among the chatter of the customers. Gentlemen in suits, […]

PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate Review

PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate Review

With PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate, the famous series created by Q-Games makes its official debut on PlayStation 4 and Playstation Vita, taking advantage of its inclusion among the free titles of the PlayStation Plus in June to reach as many people as possible […]

Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition review

Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition review

Nowadays, remastering of last generation titles are the order of the day. Not a month goes by, in fact, without a new version called "HD", "Remastered", "Definitive" or in other ways arriving in the shops, but which is none other than the base game with some […]

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate review

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate review

The fighting game genre is perhaps the one that over the years has been subject to multiple revisions of the same title, prompting the software houses to make tweaks and additions here and there with the hope of enticing users to switch to these updated versions. […]

One Piece World Seeker review - towards a better future?

One Piece World Seeker review - towards a better future?

Two years ago, One Piece Burning Blood, the first real PS4 fighting game from Eiichiro Oda's three-hundred-million-selling work, developed by Spike Chunsoft and published, as always, by Bandai Namco Entertainment, landed on the shelves of video game stores. […]

Conga Master Party Review

Conga Master Party Review

Sliding doors of an evening: When the train leaves, either you are too drunk to refuse, or it is time to get out of the way! Microphone life story played: Guido offers me to review Conga Master Party, the undersigned looks at the trailer, pronounces an unrepeatable […]

Detention Review

Detention Review

de · pres · sió · ne - modification of the tone of feeling in a melancholy sense, characteristic of psychotic, psychoneurotic and neurotic states.   Released last year on PC, Detention is a very special horror adventure of the Taiwanese Red Candle. […]

7th sector review, our rece-guide for PS4

7th sector review, our rece-guide for PS4

Write one rece-guide which tells a puzzle game is not easy but basically the great challenge of 7th Sector it is also this. All the gameplay is based on this great concept, the challenge. The Unity developer Sergey Noskov, the father of 7th sector, at the […]

Starhawk review

Starhawk review

The current generation will certainly be remembered as a sort of "golden age" of shooters, a genre that has flaunted an indisputable superiority (at least in terms of quantity) over practically any other type of game for practically the entire life cycle of […]

Crimson Dragon Review

Crimson Dragon Review

Crimson Dragon, launch title of the baby girl Xbox One is, and has been, since its announcement, one of those titles observed with interest by fans behind which there were good expectations, especially for those who saw the spiritual sequel of Panzer Dragoon, […]

Fly Punch Boom! | Review with special shots

Fly Punch Boom! | Review with special shots

Hope flares up and hearts light up when it comes to humorous interpretations of anime stereotypes, especially if it is a dynamic work such as Fly Punch Boom! by Jollypunch Games. If, like me, you grew up on bread and Dragon Ball you will certainly remember his […]

Underhero review: a crack in the fourth wall of the video game

Underhero review: a crack in the fourth wall of the video game

Spain and Indie video games: Underhero continues the positive trend To learn more:How to find a job thanks to video games: Temtem and Platypet In recent years, the link between Spain and Indie video games becomes more and more tight and fruitful. Titles […]

Senran Kagura Review: Shinovi Versus

Senran Kagura Review: Shinovi Versus

Until today, the prerogative of the Nintendo platforms (with the two main chapters on 3DS) and Sony (with the spin offs Vita and PS4), the Tamsoft / Marvelous series dedicated to the adventures of the sexy ninjas of the Hanzo and Hebijo academies finally lands […]

Mass Effect 3 review

Mass Effect 3 review

In 2007 Bioware opened the gates to a rich new science fiction universe that would revolutionize the world of video games. With the arrival of Mass Effect, science fiction RPGs have finally risen to the levels of the big names, creating a great host of fans […]

Projection: First Light, review between lights and shadows

Projection: First Light, review between lights and shadows

That the effects of physics could become the subject of a new indie title was almost to be expected, considering how well the original elements are able to enter the heart of the gameplay of the indie production. We approached with curiosity the world of Projection: […]

Windbound | Review, a survival to be discovered!

Windbound | Review, a survival to be discovered!

The rich and varied panorama of the modern videogame industry offers, to an increasingly vast audience, the constant possibility of always finding the right product for their needs. Whatever the genre, the style or the duration that you are looking for, anyone […]

Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate review

Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate review

In this videogame generation, the batman protagonist of most of the DC Comics comics, is back in the limelight also in video games: thanks to the Arkham series, conceived by Rocksteady and then taken over by Warner Bros. Games Montréal, Batman has been able […]

Beyond Blue | Review, a sea with few emotions

Beyond Blue | Review, a sea with few emotions

Beyond Blue it's kind of like that classic friend with one great passion that you do not share but whose enthusiasm you cannot remain indifferent. When it comes to marine exploration you imagine an intimate and suggestive moment of contact with the underwater reality. […]

Little Battlers eXperience review

Little Battlers eXperience review

After the juicy preview of the beginning of August (which you can find here) it is finally the day of judgment for Little Battlers eXperience, title created by Level-5 in the far" 2011 for PSP has only just arrived, in version 3DS, in our territory. Our first […]

Eternity Review: The Last Unicorn - What Year Is It?

Eternity Review: The Last Unicorn - What Year Is It?

I didn't know it was 2007. Google announces Stadia. PlayStation Now arrives, opening the doors with Microsoft to the era of remote streaming. We are at the end of a generation in which titles such as The Witcher 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2 have revolutionized […]

Myst, a classic revisited in a VR key | Review

Myst, a classic revisited in a VR key | Review

It was the year 1993 when this video game was released. A world of fantasy, a story to be discovered step by step, so much mystery and so many puzzles to solve. It was a puzzle game, or rather an "adventure puzzle game", therefore a graphic adventure that was totally […]

Danganronpa Review: Trigger Happy Havoc (PC)

Danganronpa Review: Trigger Happy Havoc (PC)

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is the first chapter of the saga of the same name Visual novel targata Spike Chunsoft, customs cleared in Europe exactly on February 20 2014 after a homeland remaster from PlayStation Portable to PlayStation Vita. Almost two […]

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes review

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes review

After four years and several video games under the LEGO brand, Traveller's Tales returns to the dark and twilight settings of the Dark Knight, bringing with it all the past experience. LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes has nothing to envy to its younger brothers, […]

Pokémon White Version 2 and Black Version 2 review

Pokémon White Version 2 and Black Version 2 review

2012 was a very rich year for the Pokémon brand, although there were no titles for 3DS (apart from the Pokémon RAdar "applications" which we will discuss below and the Pokédex 3D Pro due out in November), the monsters of Game Freak have depopulated on Nintendo […]

Dying Light Review

Dying Light Review

It is probably much easier to associate Techland to that very successful Dead Island announcement trailer and to the actual game (and its sequel). The main reason, net of the question concerning the expectations created in the players after that video, is to […]

3D Streets of Rage Review

3D Streets of Rage Review

SEGA always manages to find a way to get a few more euros from us passionate retrogamers. This time, it succeeds in its intent thanks to the classic SEGA, re-proposed on Nintendo 3DS in 3D guise. We then return to the nineties, the years of the real tough, […]

Yomawari Review: Night Alone

Yomawari Review: Night Alone

We have repeatedly repeated how NIS America, as a publisher of Nippon Ichi Software, has tried to bring a series of Japanese niche titles to the West, regardless of how unfortunate the console they belonged to. On October 28th it will be available on PlayStation […]

Hardcore Mecha | Review

Hardcore Mecha | Review

A guitar solo and a hero between explosions are all it takes to convince Japanese robot lovers to strain their ears, but it is when these elements are expressed to their fullest potential that such steely stories manage to make their mark, as he has managed to […]

Albedo Eyes from Outer Space Review

Albedo Eyes from Outer Space Review

Is it possible for one person to make a respectable videogame? We realize this may seem like an inconsistent question with starting a review, but when it comes to Albedo Eyes from Outer Space it is inevitable to bring up certain topics. The title in question, […]

Danganronpa 2 Review: Goodbye Despair (PC)

Danganronpa 2 Review: Goodbye Despair (PC)

Two months after the release on PC di Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Spike Chunsoft is preparing to release on Steam also the porting of the second chapter at a cost of 29,99 €, offering an experience to 1080p e 60 FPS. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye […]

Hitman 3 | Review, an exemplary title

Hitman 3 | Review, an exemplary title

Hitman's has always been a saga strongly imprinted in the common imagination, having also received several cinematographic transpositions, but at the same time has never completely managed to get out of its niche in the videogame field. A slower and more reasoned […]

The Banner Saga 3 (Switch) Review - Even the greatest stories end

The Banner Saga 3 (Switch) Review - Even the greatest stories end

The saga is finally about to come to an end in a riot of anxiety, terror and tension. These, in fact, are the sensations experienced at the end of The Banner Saga 3, the concluding chapter of an adventure begun in GJanuary 2014 su PC and mobile devices. Over […]

Trials Fusion Review

Trials Fusion Review

If there is one thing that can be learned from the RedLynx story, it is that commitment always pays off in the end. Founded fourteen years ago, the Helsinki team first made itself known with the first Trials (which starting as a browser game then gave life […]

SecretLab Omega Review | Gaming chair

SecretLab Omega Review | Gaming chair

SecretLab is a brand much appreciated by all avid gamers who spend hours and hours at the desk in front of the PC, and who are looking for a comfortable and quality gaming chair. We tried the Omega model, the cheaper one, but already able to offer all the necessary […]

Yakuza 0 review

Yakuza 0 review

A little over a year ago, here on the pages of Holygamerz, we "complained" of the extreme slowness with which the new chapters of the series of Yakuza they are translated and brought to us in the West. In this time frame in the house Sega something has changed, […]

Atelier Rorona Plus Review: The Alchemist Of Arland

Atelier Rorona Plus Review: The Alchemist Of Arland

It's only been 4 years since the series JRPG Atelier debuted on PlayStation 3, after having delighted fans all over the world starting from the chapters born on the 32-bit Sony console and then continuing on the Playstation 2. 4 years where the series has grown […]

Life is Strange Ep.2 - Out of Time review

Life is Strange Ep.2 - Out of Time review

Dopo un great first episode (here you can find our review) it was clear to everyone that Life is Strange had the narrative potential to rival the best titles by Telltale Games, the famous software house that evidently inspired the boys of Dontnod Enterainment. […]

Desperados 3 | Review, a return to the glorious past

Desperados 3 | Review, a return to the glorious past

in 2001 Spellbound Entertainment, German development house also known for Arcania: Gothic 4, release Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive. As is known, it is a real-time strategy with markedly traits stealth, based exclusively on combat and the achievement of mission […]

Shin Megami Tensei review: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

Shin Megami Tensei review: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

Shin Megami Tensei's series, one of the oldest and most important Japanese role-playing sagas, has never enjoyed a particular notoriety in Europe, outside of a small circle of aficionados. The reasons are simple to identify: the failure or the extreme delayed […]

Bloodborne Review: The Old Hunters

Bloodborne Review: The Old Hunters

The six years that separate Bloodborne from Demon's Souls, as we said a few months ago on the occasion of the review of the From Software title, saw the explosion of the "Souls saga" and allowed the latest creature of Hidetaka Miyazaki to "go home", on Playstation […]

Marvel's Iron Man VR | Review

Marvel's Iron Man VR | Review

Making a superhero video game is always a gamble. Doing it for virtual reality is even more risky, and if this becomes exclusive to PS VR, the risk reaches very high levels. The reason is that every enthusiast has their own idea of ​​a super hero, and debates […]

Game & Wario Review

Game & Wario Review

Just a week ago we told you a preview of Game & Wario, a new chapter dedicated to the crazy gang of Wario, which will arrive exclusively on Wii U on June 28th. Today, however, we are ready to provide you with the complete review of the Intelligent Systems […]

Tengami review

Tengami review

Keep me is the first title of the British indie team Nyamyam, consisting of Ryo Agarie, Jennifer Schneidereit and Phil Tossel, three former Rare developers. Originally released last February on iOS, the title now sees new light with a re-release on Wii U (released […]

Murasaki Baby Review

Murasaki Baby Review

It is now popular belief to criticize PlayStation Vita for the few titles offered to the public when, during 2014, the Sony portable console was able to offer great entertainment even if restricted to a less wide audience than its older sister for the living […]

Bastion Review (PS4, PSVita)

Bastion Review (PS4, PSVita)

In 2011 the indie scene began to take over triple A productions, giving away real playful pearls and leaving indelible marks in the memory of the players. Supergiant Games he made his way on PC and Xbox 360 with a title that garnered acclaim from both critics […]

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon review

Far Cry 3, released in late November 2012 was expected, as per Ubisoft tradition, a title rich in DLC. When the Blood Dragon “expansion” was announced, one would never have expected a stand-alone game. The 80s come to the fore in this whirlwind of quotes […]

Black Mirror Review

Black Mirror Review

A little Lovecraft, a little Edgar Allan Poe, Black Mirror has all it takes to amaze and surprise the player! Although it is material with almost a century of life behind it, the writings of Howard Phillips Lovecraft they still have the extraordinary ability […]

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 review

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 review

Lately the projects related to the name of Keiji Inafune have received not entirely positive feedback from the specialized press, both in the case of Mighty No. 9 ambitious spiritual heir of the home Blue Bomber Capcom, that with Recore, the action-adventure […]

Dead Rising 4 review

Dead Rising 4 review

We had left the series of Dead Rising back in 2013, at the debut of Xbox One, with a performance that is not exactly convincing, the daughter of the launch titles of a new console. After 3 years, almost unexpectedly, Capcom Vancouver exhumes Dead Rising and […]

Shovel Knight Review

Shovel Knight Review

It took more than 4 months of waiting compared to the US release but finally Shovel Knight, the two-dimensional action platform inspired by the old glories of the past arrives in Europe on Nintendo Wii U e Nintendo 3DS. Let's find out the new title of Yatch […]

Embr | Review of Early Access on Google Stadia

Embr | Review of Early Access on Google Stadia

The idea behind Embryo it's very simple: what if the concept of Uber was also applied to other disciplines besides that of the taxi driver? After all, if we can walk people around without dedicated training, why can't we be… firefighters? All you need is a smartphone, […]

Shaq Fu Review: A Legend Reborn - Shaq Puh!

Shaq Fu Review: A Legend Reborn - Shaq Puh!

Even before Michael Jordan, along with the Looney Tunes, marked our childhood with Space Jam, another NBA player was catapulted into a fantastic, or rather, virtual world.   Let's talk about the great - in every sense - Shaquille “Shaq” O 'Neal, which […]

Transport Fever 2 | Review | Magnates between land, sea and air

Transport Fever 2 | Review | Magnates between land, sea and air

Today, traveling and moving goods from one part of the world to another is rather easy and, above all, fast. Airplanes, ships, trains and vehicles have made any place reachable in a short time; Transport Fever 2 celebrates transport in all its forms, giving us […]

Prey review

Prey review

In a market that is now more and more “liquid”, where genre labels take on ever more nuanced contours, Arkane brings his interpretation of Prey to consoles and PCs: a bit of a shooter, a bit of survival and a bit of RPG. But 100% a first-person adventure […]

Mario Tennis Open Review

Mario Tennis Open Review

Excluding the "Olympic collaborations" with Sonic, Mario Tennis Open is the first true Mario sports title to debut on Nintendo 3DS. With this title Camelot, a team known for being behind the development of the Mario Golf brand, takes the tennis series to a […]

Football Manager 2021 review, the rece-guide for PC

Football Manager 2021 review, the rece-guide for PC

And like every year, one of my most anticipated moments comes, the release of F. To celebrate it, I propose a format that I particularly love, that of rece-guide. It will be because the simulator of Sport Interactive it lends itself particularly to being "explained" […]

Bleach Review: Soul Resurrección

Bleach Review: Soul Resurrección

After the chapters for the Nintendo DS and the unfortunate chapter for the Wii, the universe of Tite Kubo lands on the Sony flagship, thanks to NIS America. Bleach: Soul Resurrección (also known as Soul Ignition) retraces the longest saga of the Bleach series, […]

Dead Space 2 review

Dead Space 2 review

If with Dead Space the studio visceral Games had wanted to reimagine survival horror by putting us in the shoes of Isaac Clarke, we can say that they only partially succeeded. The first chapter of the game was certainly born as a new IP with little expectations, […]

Football Drama Review: The true face of football

Football Drama Review: The true face of football

There could not be care less football? On Holygamerz.com our Lawyer is on the same boat, but Football Drama was reviewed anyway. And he liked it, judging by the videogame incorrect rece he came up with. Open Lab Games and Demigiant are inspired by football […]

Grimvalor | Review, from mobile to Nintendo Switch

Grimvalor | Review, from mobile to Nintendo Switch

More and more titles are moving from traditional consoles to mobile, a long and incessant emigration of video games that has profoundly marked the videogame landscape in recent years. Among these we can find both works of the highest order but belonging to the […]

Stella Glow Review

Stella Glow Review

Four months have passed since the American release of Stella Glow and the title, finally arriving in Europe on March 4th, represents the swan song of Imageepoch which declared closure last year. In a flourishing period for Japanese releases in the West, will […]

Ninja Gaiden 3 review: Razor's Edge (PS3, 360)

Ninja Gaiden 3 review: Razor's Edge (PS3, 360)

Just over a year ago Ninja Gaiden 3 debuted on our consoles, the last chapter of the adventures of Ryu Hayabusa and the flagship title of Tecmo Koei, for years and especially with the first chapter one of the reference points of hack 'n' slash on console. The […]

Corpse Party Review: Blood Drive

Corpse Party Review: Blood Drive

One year after the Japanese release, even western players can put their hand to the conclusion of the frightening adventures of Ayumi Shinozaki and survivors of the tragic events of the Heavenly Host. Available from 20 October on PlayStation Vita, here is the […]

NUTS review: Let's stalk squirrels

NUTS review: Let's stalk squirrels

Oh NUTS It's the nature. In these days when we are prey to the chessboard of colorful regions, it is increasingly difficult to leave the house. So armed with my virtual backpack I ventured into the forests of Melmoth. Ventured so to speak. In NUTS, we will […]

MonsterBag Review

MonsterBag Review

Who has not happened for one reason or another to snub some title released on the PlayStation Plus. The causes can be multiple and disparate: precedence to other games, time (which is never enough for anyone) and let's face it, often ignorance, in the good […]

MotoGP 20 | Review, an important milestone

MotoGP 20 | Review, an important milestone

The first thing you would like to do with a motorcycling game like MotoGP 20 is driving without wasting too much time. Very true. But when you start to sift through i menu and to become familiar with the more managerial aspects you will begin to change your […]

Kirby and the Rainbow Brush Review

Kirby and the Rainbow Brush Review

Taking inspiration from one of the most original and inventive Kirby titles of recent years, Kirby and the Dark Design, finally comes a game that seems to embody Nintendo's response to criticism aimed at GamePad of his Wii U. Drawing heavily from the gameplay […]

The Walking Dead-A New Frontier: Season Premiere Ties That Bind review

The Walking Dead-A New Frontier: Season Premiere Ties That Bind review

Two years ago we left Clementine, the protagonist of the saga TellTale dedicated to The Walking Dead, in one of several possible endings, following a moving second season that had seen big returns and big losses. With such a large number of possibilities, many […]

Bright Memory | Xbox Series X version review

Bright Memory | Xbox Series X version review

Bright Memory it is a truly peculiar project, which has reached the limelight, first of all, thanks to the context in which it was created: a single developer committed to a truly ambitious project. These, basically, seem to be the premises already seen in numerous […]

PlayStation VR Worlds review

PlayStation VR Worlds review

The hardware, in order to speak the same language as the target user, necessarily needs the software. Trivial concept, but absolutely fundamental when it comes to consoles or peripherals that debut on the consumer market: PlayStation 4 at launch could count […]

Minecraft review: Story Mode Episode Seven - Access Denied

Minecraft review: Story Mode Episode Seven - Access Denied

A little over a month ago we went back up Minecraft: Story Mode, after the surprise announcement of three more episodes that extended the adventures of Jesse and the Order of the Stone by taking them on a journey to the Multiverse. After an episode you are […]

The Walking Dead: Michonne- Episode 1: In Too Deep review

The Walking Dead: Michonne- Episode 1: In Too Deep review

While we are still waiting for the last episode dedicated to Minecraft: Story Mode, the tireless guys of Telltale have released the first chapter of a new series dedicated to the brand that made them discover them to the general public: The Walking Dead. The […]

Lords of the Fallen review

Lords of the Fallen review

It was the now distant October 2014 when CI Games released Lords of the traps, developed in collaboration with Deck 13. Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC (via Steam), this "clone" of Dark Souls had left hope for an all-western RPG that could […]

Football Manager 2020 Review, the Rece-Guide for PC

Football Manager 2020 Review, the Rece-Guide for PC

Finally the moment that I have been waiting for a whole year has come, the release of Football Manager 2020. To celebrate it in a completely new way, I decided, after having convinced the creative director Pietro Iacullo, to do something completely new. An […]

Academia: School Simulator | Review

Academia: School Simulator | Review

From the artist of Prison Architect, here Academia: School Simulator, a new management software that has long since landed on Steam in Early Access and finally released in its definitive form (although there is no lack of opportunity for patches and further evolutions, […]

Persona 5 Royal Review - Politics, friendship and that future to hope for

Persona 5 Royal Review - Politics, friendship and that future to hope for

Persona 5 Royal returns to tell the strength of rebellion and friendship Of all the mid-sized development houses, ATLUS it is perhaps the strangest one. It is the maximum expression of that eccentricity typical of Japanese developers which made a lot of […]

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon review

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon review

One year after the release of Sun Pokémon and Moon Pokémon, Game Freak brings to the market two new chapters that, in effect, correspond to the classic third versions to which the franchise has accustomed us since its origins. We are talking about Pokémon […]

Beyond Review: Two Souls

Beyond Review: Two Souls

Two weeks after our preview, Beyond: Two Souls has finally arrived on store shelves, ready to kidnap fans of the French software house again with a new protagonist to become attached to. Beyond is part of the genre that brought luck to Quantic Dream: we are […]

Borderlands Review: The Handsome Collection

Borderlands Review: The Handsome Collection

This generation seems increasingly characterized by the presence of remasters and collections of old titles from the more or less recent past. To get on the bandwagon of the "next gen" (even if it is now good to talk about current) is 2K Games with Borderlands: […]

KLAUS review

KLAUS review

Every week, in the last two generations, the digital market has been enriched with at least one new independent title on the market, the result of the hard work of small development teams capable of narrating their ideas in a few hours (not always succeeding). […]

Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure review

Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure review

Nintendo Switch is a console that, day after day, always manages to forge new collaborations with different software houses, thus managing to remove the fear of the most skeptical of the lack of third-party titles on the newborn Nintendo console. Last but not […]

Valkyria Chronicles: Remastered review

Valkyria Chronicles: Remastered review

Valkyria Chronicles, initially published on PlayStation 3 in 2008, it was the turn-based hybrid strategy with real-time mechanics with which Sega managed to conquer critics and audiences, so much so as to kick off a series of the same name with two sequels […]

Review Is Pokémon GO Worth Playing?

Review Is Pokémon GO Worth Playing?

Having reached the fourth anniversary of Pokémon GO, we have repeatedly found ourselves in a position to ask ourselves, but worth it play with it? You all remember the seemingly distant summer of 2016, which marked the game's debut with many problems. Those […]

Oninaki review: what Final Fantasy can no longer be

Oninaki review: what Final Fantasy can no longer be

Oninaki reaffirms the mission of Tokyo RPG Factory, one that too many people often forget. Oninaki is from the very beginning yet another title of Tokyo RPG Factory which lives up to the corporate mission: to bring the (Japanese) role play back to its essential […]

Astro's Playroom | Review

Astro's Playroom | Review

A direct sequel to Astrobot: Rescue Mission, Astro's Playroom has been, since its announcement, mistakenly considered a mere technical demo for SONY's new DualSense. In reality, however, the title dedicated to the tender robot is a real production, able not only […]

1-2-Switch review

1-2-Switch review

Here we are. Nintendo Switch, the new console of the Kyoto house is finally available on the market since last March 3rd. That Nintendo has retraced its steps, tacitly admitting the mistakes made with Wii U e taking Wii as a model, its most successful console, […]

DmC Devil May Cry Review

DmC Devil May Cry Review

Having to award the most controversial reboot crown of the generation, DmC Devil May Cry it would probably be the first choice of many people. Entrusted for the first time to a team of gaijin like Ninja Theory, Capcom has tried to reinvent one of its most important […]

Hyper Light Drifter Review

Hyper Light Drifter Review

Hyper Light Drifter is a title that initially passed on the sly. Sure, there were a lot of expectations for this title, as for many others who manage to reach their kickstarter goal in less than 24 hours, but in the early stages not much was known about the […]

Halo Review: The Master Chief Collection

Halo Review: The Master Chief Collection

Summarizing Halo's “publishing history” and what the series has meant for the industry in a nutshell is a task on the brink of the impossible. After all, we are talking about an Intellectual Property born as RTS exclusively for Mac OSX and which has behind […]

Dynasty Warriors 8 review

Dynasty Warriors 8 review

I Musou, a genre that now includes several titles over the years, the most based on successful manga and anime, have been popularized by Koei who, with great ambition, invented the genre in 1997 with the first chapter of Dynasty Warriors. The Musou are scrolling […]

Shin Megami Tensei IV Review: Apocalypse

Shin Megami Tensei IV Review: Apocalypse

Two years ago Shin Megami Tensei IV was released in Europe, the new main chapter of one of the most important series Atlus. The title, one of the best JRPG released on 3DS, narrated the adventure of Flynn, a samurai from the eastern kingdom of Mikado who found […]

Final Fantasy XIV Review: A Realm Reborn

Final Fantasy XIV Review: A Realm Reborn

It was August 27, 2013 when one of the MMORPGs that made the most of talk about itself, and not positively, returned in a completely renewed version. Final Fantasy XIV, originally released in September 2010, has been reborn as A Realm Reborn. After a long period […]

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Review

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Review

Assassin's Creed Syndicate has been talked about for almost a year now, due to a premature leak a few weeks after the launch of the previous chapter, Unity. After having already dedicated a preview to the title a few months ago and, above all, after having […]

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars review

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars review

In Japan, in the golden years of PSP, numerous dating simulators and RPGs were released, games that have never landed in the West, except through importation or illegal download. Among these titles was Design, date-sim mixed with RPG created by Spike, strengthened […]

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

When it comes to historical Nintendo franchises, we often think of titles like Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda and Pokémon. Sometimes series such as Metroid, Starfox or F-Zero are also brought up while the Fire Emblem saga is very rarely mentioned. Yet the […]

Super Mario 3D World Review

Super Mario 3D World Review

Wii U is heading towards its first birthday, with a growing but still in its infancy portfolio that needs a boost and a big shot. Who better than Mario and EAD Tokyo, can they give Wii U the momentum it needs to make itself known to the general public? And […]

Borderlands 2 review

Borderlands 2 review

“So you want another story? One where Pandora's own fate is at stake? If you don't want it's the same, I'll tell you anyway ". This is the incipit of Borderlands 2, a more or less direct follow-up to Borderlands, a title developed by Gearbox Software and […]

Kung Fu Rabbit Review

Kung Fu Rabbit Review

Last year, on iOS and Android devices, it arrived Kung Fu Rabbit: an action platformer inspired by Super Meat Boy gameplay. The game, developed by cTools Studio, is distributed for free using the micro-transactions for any upgrades and expansions. Neko Entertaintment, […]

Bayonetta (Wii U) review

Bayonetta (Wii U) review

In 2010 the ex-Clover Studio, led by Hideki Kamiya and "abandoned" by Capcom, re-proposed itself to the public with the name of Platinum Games, bringing the controversial Madworld to Wii and to Xbox 360 and PS3 (with a port that is actually quite lame) Bayonetta, […]

Undertale review (PS4)

Undertale review (PS4)

Four and a half runs. And I want more.   When Toby Fox brought his project, "UnderTale", on Kickstarter in 2014, many decided to trust his idea, going so far as to fund the campaign up to an astonishing $ 51.000 (against the $ XNUMX initially requested […]

LocoRoco 2 Remastered review

LocoRoco 2 Remastered review

The sequel to the pucciosissimo PSP title has now arrived on PlayStation 4 in a totally remastered form. Get ready to hum the soundtrack. Surprisingly - but not so much - last E3 2017 saw the announcement of LocoRoco 2 Remastered, after the first chapter had […]

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII review

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII review

The Fabula Nova Crystallis project by Square Enix, as ambitious as it is confusing and a cause of rupture between fans and the saga, is enriched with a new title. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII looks like the final chapter of the Lightning saga. Difficult […]

Tekken 7 review

Tekken 7 review

Heihachi-Kazuya-Jin. Kazuya-Jin-Heihachi. Jin-Heihachi-Kazuya. Changing the order of the addends does not change the result: Tekken 7 can be summarized in these three characters, undeterred protagonists of this series, which now in its seventh chapter, once […]

Forza Motorsport 7 review

Forza Motorsport 7 review

The pouring rain, the fog rising from the asphalt and we launched at 300 km / h with our racing car with only one purpose: to cross the finish line and get victorious on the podium.   With the launch of Xbox One over the years we have witnessed an evolution […]

Kirby Fighters Deluxe Review

Kirby Fighters Deluxe Review

In May of last year Kirby, the round pink monster from Nintendo, made his debut on 3DS in one of his best performances, bringing one of the best platformers available for the handheld console into the hands of the gamer. In addition to the inevitable story […]

Valkyrie Drive Review: Bhikkhuni

Valkyrie Drive Review: Bhikkhuni

The Japanese landscape is full of titles that dare to go a little beyond a certain line - sometimes in the gameplay, many others in the content. It is not uncommon to find, especially in PlayStation Vita productions, games with seductive girls often undressed, […]

Life is Strange: Before the Storm review - Another story

Life is Strange: Before the Storm review - Another story

With Life is Strange: Before the Storm Deck Nine takes on the burden of taking the stage after Dontnod, trying to add something to Dontnod's story. Bad idea ... Know tell well a story is not something for everyone, but Life is Strange was somehow successful. […]

Resolutiion | Review, the heart of the machine

Resolutiion | Review, the heart of the machine

When I told you about Resolution di Monolith of Minds in its preview some time ago, I had expressed a certain curiosity towards the title, presented with a small taste with a peculiar flavor. Merging religiosity, mysticism and a world ravaged by insane technology […]

SUPER TIME FORCE review

SUPER TIME FORCE review

While the large exclusives of Xbox One e Playstation 4 slow to arrive, it seems that the clash between the two new nextgen consoles is focused on indie productions, which have never been more and more interested in recent times, both for the medium-high quality […]

Minecraft review: Story Mode Episode Three-The Last Place You Look

Minecraft review: Story Mode Episode Three-The Last Place You Look

On November 17th, Telltale Games offered to the public, with ups and downs, the season finale of Game of Thrones, bringing to an end their second major production of the year (following Tales from the Borderlands), the software house specializing in graphic […]

Warriors All-Stars Review

Warriors All-Stars Review

When an ancient evil awakens, only the heroes of Koei Tecmo can save the day Omega Force has the merit and the burden of having given life to a whole sub-genre of hack 'n slash, which mixes the mechanics with the beat' em up. We are obviously talking about […]