Deathloop Review

Deathloop: Arkane Studios has become in recent years one of those studios where you know that whatever they do, they will be able to offer a high quality product. The Dishonored franchise and the Prey reboot are the two great supporters of a studio t...[Read More]



WRC 10 Review

WRC: From arcade games to the most modern home consoles, the Rally driving genre has always been present in front of every amateur gamer. From the legendary Sega Rally to the Colin McRae Rally and its evolution to the Dirt Saga, we have been able to ...[Read More]



Hades Review

Hades: Since the acclaimed debut Bastion, Supergiant Games has continued at the same high level with Transistor, Pyre and now Hades – a game that gathers several ideas from their previous creations. In the role of Zagreus, son of Hades and prin...[Read More]



Scarlet Nexus Review

Anime: Bandai Namco has always been known for offering numerous anime-style video games or even many adaptations of well-known works such as Naruto, Dragon Ball, One Piece, Sword Art Online or My Hero Academia. With the arrival of the new generation ...[Read More]



Necromunda: Hired Gun Review

Hired Dumb? I’ve always been a big fan of the Grimdark world of Warhammer 40k, and it’s been a while since a 40k themed FPS has been on the market, so I was really excited to dig into this one… Story: Despite the theme of you being a “hired gun” (jus...[Read More]



Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX Review

Alex the Kidd: If I remember something from my childhood, it is spending long hours in front of video games. A very special moment was when, after much effort, my parents were able to give me a Master System II , a legendary SEGA 8- bit console that ...[Read More]



Monster Hunter Rise Review

Rise: Monster Hunter Rise is the new installment in the iconic Capcom franchise that debuts on Nintendo Switch as one of the most outstanding releases of 2021. After the success of Monster Hunter World, it is more than obvious that the Japanese devel...[Read More]



Little Nightmares 2 Review

Little Nightmares: Historically, triple AAA have been the games that have generated the most attention or interest, mainly because they are pharaonic projects and because they come from large developers. But, as it happens in other fields such as cin...[Read More]



HITMAN 3 Review

HITMAN: Welcome to the new HITMAN. I must admit, there are several quite remarkable moments in Hitman 3. Years go by, but 47 shows no signs of aging. His icy gaze still remains penetrating, inscrutable and paralyzing, more lethal than a bullet spit o...[Read More]



Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review

Super Mario and Bowser’s Fury: We can criticize everywhere the habit that Nintendo is taking in adapting all its great Wii U titles , but let’s face it: that platform that sold only 14 million units caused important works of art to be los...[Read More]

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