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 of consoles, the company wanted to start its journey on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S with Scarlet Nexus , a new IP that promised to take advant...[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 developer wants its return to the framework of Nintendo is given with a new success under his arm. Have you got what you were looking for on this occasion?...[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 cinema or music, not only this type of title does the player live. In recent years we have been able to witness a great boom in more indie- style games ,...[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 out of the silenced barrel of an ICA19 pistol. Despite the time that has passed, the greatest killer in the gaming universe has not lost a shred of his...[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 lost along the way in many homes, for what is understandable that the Japanese company works to rescue them to bring them closer to its mass audience tod...[Read More]



Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Melody Of Memory: It all started with a melody. One that would end up becoming one of the most beautiful things we had ever heard. And that’s what music has: it motivates us, we are passionate about it and it makes us feel all kinds of extraordinary things, penetrating the depths of our hearts … As long as it hits the right notes. Interestingly, all these qualities are shared by a video game...[Read More]



Tennis World Tour 2 Review

Tennis World Tour 2: More than two years have passed since its debut, and we are finally ready to take on the role of the best tennis players in the world again in what, for the French publisher, wants to be a real attempt at redemption. Tennis World Tour 2 is the result of a complete reset of the project , of the desire to put the past behind them and give fans what they have been waiting for for...[Read More]



Project Cars 3 Review

Project CARS 3: Simulation games are the order of the day, with the arrival of titles such as Microsoft Flight Simulator , but the most played within the genre are always the driving games. Some pull for a more realistic experience, however, others such as the new installment of Project Cars , which are derived from a more arcade experience and focus on other different sections than on giving us a...[Read More]



Marvel’s Avengers Review

Avengers: We live in the era of games as a service, that’s clear to see. Even single-player games are apparently obliged to continue adding content after launch. Several years ago the AAA videogame industry crossed over to this format. In this context, Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics and Marvel set to work on a title based on the most popular group of characters of the last decade: the Avengers. Exp...[Read More]



WRC 9 Review

WRC: The arrival of WRC 8 last year at such a time was a pleasant surprise for all the rally gamers, since it was practically a creation that managed – after years of struggle with mediocrity – to throw off almost all the negatives and do a big step forward. So, when, after months, the 8th version finally stopped accompanying us, the question arose as to what more the development team ...[Read More]



Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

The Origami King: When the Gamecube ruled, Nintendo changed the great game system that ‘Paper Mario and The Thousand-Year Door‘ had, to something more similar to traditional Super Mario games, and making it more player-friendly. This served to broaden the foundations of the Paper Mario games, but it also drove away those looking for a deeper and more traditional gameplay, straying furt...[Read More]



F12020 Review

2020 Edition: True to its appointment, as every year, this year Codemasters launches its new Formula 1 racing game – although this year it is true that we really did not know what to expect. The F1 2019 was an unforgettable experience, complete in all areas. The arrival of F1 2020 is on the one hand a welcome move, but on the other hand, and for a long time before the testing began, I had ma...[Read More]

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