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8 / 10.0 - UnMetal
Oct 16, 2021

UnMetal is one of those games that you start without a real reason and end at all costs. It is not a masterpiece be clear, but a very good game to have some healthy laughter in front of dialogues that are a mix of absurdity and pure idiocy. UnMetal is a tribute from beginning to end to the Metal Gear series: more than the typical action hero, Jesse Fox looks like the somewhat crazy clone of Snake. For those looking for something fun to play and for all lovers of retrogaming, UnMetal is a breath of fresh air in a videogame landscape that takes itself a little too seriously.

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Oct 15, 2021

The Crysis Remastered Trilogy allows you to relive a product that at the time had traits to say the least pioneering for the industry and that perhaps for this reason still had ample room for improvement. While returning at times an impression of a brake pulled, the story remains enjoyable and the approach chosen allows you to relive an experience updated to the parameters of current consoles.

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4 / 10.0 - The Good Life
Oct 14, 2021

The Good Life is a product plagued by major problems on the playful and structural side. An extremely lacking title from a technical point of view, which brings to the screen a series of decidedly questionable game design choices, at the base of an adventure that, while trying to tell a story in its own mature way, often expires in tedium and struggles to sustain the interest of the player.

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8 / 10.0 - Back 4 Blood
Oct 12, 2021

Back 4 Blood is certainly not a perfect title, but overall the proposal of the Californian team is effective and well thought out. It goes without saying that to fully enjoy it you will necessarily have to find companions at the height, but we can assure you that the game is worth the candle.

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Oct 9, 2021

Alan Wake Remastered is therefore an excellent opportunity to rediscover one of the most appreciated stages of Remedy's journey in the industry, waiting for the developer to enlighten us on the future of his intriguing shared universe.

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7.8 / 10.0 - Far Cry 6
Oct 6, 2021

Vast and long-lived, Far Cry 6 is an open world where quantity is the master: there are many playful ideas, and many customization possibilities, but often you have the impression that Ubisoft tries at all costs to never end the battle of the guerrillas, even sacrificing the finishing of the game mechanics on the altar of accumulation. Far Cry 6 is therefore a fluctuating production: moments of high narrative involvement are accompanied by others of stasis, while the gameplay oscillates between good ideas and some uncertainty in the shooting phases and in artificial intelligence.

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7.8 / 10.0 - Metroid Dread
Oct 6, 2021

Metroid Dread is an experience that is at times deeply enjoyable yet at the same time imperfect.

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Oct 5, 2021

BPM: Bullets for Minute responds to that nostalgia that all lovers of rhythmic games have had for a long time, placing themselves - with an exuberant, but thoughtful combination of solutions - halfway between a first-person shooter and a roguelike. The real stylistic signature of the work naturally lies in the ubiquitous soundtrack and in the cunning way in which the Awe Interactive team has managed to combine its rhythmic progression with the assets of combat, revealing a multifaceted title but with a strong playful identity.

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Deck Nine knows how to make the most of its characters, and in this sense the DLC of Life is Strange: True Colors does not disappoint. Steph's story is quite intense on an emotional level and will appeal especially to fans of the first chapter of the series, but it stumbles on the playful front.

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6.3 / 10.0 - JETT: The Far Shore
Oct 4, 2021

It was unclear before publication what Jett: The Far Shore wanted to be, which was as alien as its setting. Unfortunately it is not even now. It is a reference not at all veiled to the intuitions of No Man's Sky, but having adapted that playful structure to a narrative that exists and has not indifferent apexes. The problem is almost everything in the gameplay, which together with unresponsive controls transforms even the simplest of activities into an exhausting struggle with the game system.

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