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BioShock The Collection Review: portable utopias on Nintendo Switch

Repeated in all possible ways, the definitive BioShock trilogy also arrives on Nintendo Switch gaining portability. BioShock is one of those names spoken with respect...

Analysis Borderlands Legendary Collection, the return to Pandora in portable mode

We analyzed the ports of Borderlands 1, Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel on Nintendo Switch, already available as part of the Legendary Collection. The first...

Huntdown, analysis. Taste of recreational (and good)

Easy Trigger Games and Coffee Stain Studios bring a new 16-bit retro violence-laden 2D action game for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. Eighties cyberpunk...

Skelattack Review: on the side of the monster

How many dungeons have you faced as hero without fear? Get ready for an unusual change of perspective with Skelattack.     Usually the player is asked...

IF Found Review: a new way of telling graphic novels

IF Found, published by Annapurna Interactive, tells a story of intimate and emotional personal identity, in a totally different way.     December 1993. Kasio returns home...

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The 3DS Citra emulator comes to Android officially: you can now download it from Google Play

One of the best-known 3DS emulators has just officially made the leap to Android: Citra has landed on the Google Play Store,...

Fortnite x Travis Scott: what Paola Zukar, manager of Fabri Fibra thinks about it

L'Fortnite x Travis Scott event it was a huge success, enough to keep over 12 million players glued to the screen at the same...

Android smartphones, uninstall these apps: dangerous spyware discovered

Here we go again: after the huge list last time, security experts have discovered others applications downloadable from the Google Play Store to uninstall...

Adidas and Nike together against racism: historic retweet on Twitter!

Nike and Adidas go down together to fight racism. The two clothing brands joined in memory of George Floyd, whose killing kicked off a...

Netflix secret codes in 2020 (updated list)

Sometimes it is difficult to find something that we really want to see on Netflix, but with these secret codes, you will have it...

BioShock: The Collection, Review for Nintendo Switch: heaven in your hands

The umpteenth trip to Rapture and Columbia, for the first time on a Nintendo console and a portable console, has been resolved with a...

Apple glasses already have a price and approximate launch date

It is not the first time that a company thinks of glasses as the perfect place to carry another computer that digitizes our real...

BioShock: The Collection, Review for Nintendo Switch: heaven in your hands

The umpteenth trip to Rapture and Columbia, for the first time on a Nintendo console and a portable console, has been resolved with a...

51 Worldwide Games, analysis. Games gathered, pique guaranteed

Nintendo launches a new compilation of classic and board games to enjoy locally, online and with tactical functions. Shall we have ladies? 51 Worldwide Games...

Maneater, analysis. The killer shark crying out for revenge

We analyzed Maneater's sandbox game for PC, which stood out at E3 a couple of years ago. Many of us who were attending the conference...

Fortnite x Travis Scott: what Paola Zukar, manager of Fabri Fibra thinks about it

L'Fortnite x Travis Scott event it was a huge success, enough to keep over 12 million players glued to the screen at the same...

Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Review: between time travel and robots

Our final judgment arrives on the "mini-sequel" of Mortal Kombat 11, between excellent additions to the campaign and new fighters.     With Mortal Kombat 11, Netherrealm...

The Wonderful 101: Remastered, review

This is the second chance for the game from Platinum Games and Kamiya already on sale on PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The race to...

Those Who Remain Review: mystery and adventure in horror tints

Those Who Remain is a dark adventure with supernatural hues, a game that is not perfect but that could intrigue fans of the genre. Have...

Signs of the Sojourner, analysis

A beautiful narrative card game that explores interpersonal relationships and shows us that we cannot always win. The narrative adventures They are one of the...

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BioShock The Collection Review: portable utopias on Nintendo Switch

Repeated in all possible ways, the definitive BioShock trilogy also arrives on Nintendo Switch gaining portability. BioShock is one of those names spoken with respect...

Analysis Borderlands Legendary Collection, the return to Pandora in portable mode

We analyzed the ports of Borderlands 1, Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel on Nintendo Switch, already available as part of the Legendary Collection. The first...

Huntdown, analysis. Taste of recreational (and good)

Easy Trigger Games and Coffee Stain Studios bring a new 16-bit retro violence-laden 2D action game for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. Eighties cyberpunk...

Skelattack Review: on the side of the monster

How many dungeons have you faced as hero without fear? Get ready for an unusual change of perspective with Skelattack.     Usually the player is asked...

IF Found Review: a new way of telling graphic novels

IF Found, published by Annapurna Interactive, tells a story of intimate and emotional personal identity, in a totally different way.     December 1993. Kasio returns home...

BioShock: The Collection, Review for Nintendo Switch: heaven in your hands

The umpteenth trip to Rapture and Columbia, for the first time on a Nintendo console and a portable console, has been resolved with a...