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Aug 27, 13

If you love action adventure and have not yet played it, do not hesitate: Lords of Shadow is a game not to be missed, even in the face of a very interesting price and the Reverie and Ressurrection DLCs, already included in the package.

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8.4 / 10.0 - Wreckfest
Jun 20, 18

The one put together by the creators of FlatOut is a valid and well-packaged product. The driving features of the game, as might have been expected, obviously remain the destructibility and damage system, but within Wreckfest there is, fortunately, also something more: a complete game and more than worthy of being counted with merit in the small array of titles successfully released from early access.

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9 / 10.0 - Bastion
Jul 19, 2011

Bastion is bluntly a real masterpiece. Its only defects, if we can call them that, can be found in a chronic lack of real novelty and non-stellar longevity, however sufficient for such standards. For the rest, the Supergiant Games product leaves no room for doubt. With a fascinating storyline, solid gameplay, and a cheering graphic-sound compartment, Bastion is a virtually unmissable game and highly recommended for any gamer. If we at Everyeye were wrong not to initially give him the notoriety he deserved, you don't make the same mistake: hurry up and buy it.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Bastion
Oct 9, 2011

Bastion is able to hide a traditional gameplay, although properly developed, with visual and contour solutions of great impact but that, after a few hours of play, are no longer able to amaze, leaving the player at the mercy of situations too similar and slightly repetitive sections, which are fully pictured only in the final section, true return to respectable quality peaks. It is a title that stands halfway between the tastes of console players, more inclined to action, and the classic ones of PC users, always looking for titles with deep role-playing elements, representing a good experience for both, without however revolutionizing or scoring new goals.

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8.2 / 10.0 - Orcs Must Die!
Oct 19, 2011

Orcs Must Die is a very welcome surprise. The mix between tower defense and beat 'em up has succeeded thanks to a very careful packaging, a captivating style and a lot of satisfaction in splitting the heads of the green felloni.

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9 / 10.0 - Minecraft
Nov 25, 2011

A revolutionary game developed on a brilliant idea, Minecraft is a sandbox made on exploration and construction, a fresh and rewarding experience for every kind of gamer.

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Dec 21, 2011

Rising Star releases DoDonPachi Resurrection, Cave's futuristic 2d shooter, in its Deluxe version, enriched by the soundtrack and a very explanatory manual. The Xbox 360 conversion is well done, thanks to a competitive leaderboard system and a couple of well-made Arrange modes.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Fez
Apr 29, 2012

The wait has been repaid, and Fez proves to be one of the most enjoyable games released in the last period, not only in the indie environment, but also considering the megaproductions. A mixture perfectly dosed with platformers, puzzles, atmosphere and more or less cryptic quotes cause the player (especially the aged and somewhat nostalgic one) to get lost in the ravines and mysteries of a world that hides an extraordinary complexity.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Max Payne 3
Jun 7, 2012

The Rockstar team has managed to revisit with great skill the work done previously by Remedy. Probably no one else would have been able to interpret in the same way the maturity and despair of an icon of other times. The gameplay, enriched by elements necessary to contextualize the product today, does not betray its origins in any way.

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Aug 24, 2012

CS:GO represents a great return of the series and manages to satisfy the demands of the most avid fans, marrying the most successful elements of both 1.6 and Source.

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9 / 10.0 - Okami HD
Oct 31, 2012

Okami HD has only one real flaw: some of you will have already played one of the two editions already published and will decide not to indulge in a new ride as Amaterasu. While the introduction of the Move turns out to be a rather limited and mostly skippable upgrade, high definition has allowed the already splendid artistic direction to touch unimaginable peaks. The visual spectacle that will form in your LCD or plasma TV is in fact difficult to describe.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Primordia
Dec 21, 2012

Wadjet Eye Games doubles the recent success of Resonance with an equally strong title. Primordia asserts itself in the post-apocalyptic environment, proposing a winning recipe based on retro style and through two ingredients: simple playability and an original script.

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7 / 10.0 - Labyrinth Legend
Jan 29, 2013

Suitable for experienced explorers and for those who love to test their curiosity and gray matter, there is still regret for some problems that if eliminated would have given us an even better title and more easily advisable for purchase.

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9.7 / 10.0 - Dota 2
Jul 29, 2013

Dota 2 has been available for free for everyone for two weeks already and remains firmly at the top of the list of the most played titles on Steam. You have no excuse then: download it and try it because, even if it will not be to your taste, we are faced with a real mass phenomenon in the video game field and the most successful example currently of truly Free to Play model, where skill is the only thing that matters despite the internal market of buyable objects, which never go to affect the painsty balance of such complex gameplay.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Rayman Legends
Aug 26, 2013

Rayman squirts, jumps, runs very fast, and goes through -stage after stage- a wonderful world. Thus he discovers this dreamlike universe: a multifaceted and multicolored imagery, drawn with a love for details that seems unthinkable, but above all so attentive to enhancing the new, defining a microcosm full of strange creatures, debris, dead that celebrate. In addition to the glance, the construction of the levels, the positioning of every object, secret, obstacle stands out: the design of the internships interfaces perfectly with the many motor skills of the protagonist, both when taking more relaxed times and asking to explore every ravine, and when instead pushes him to a desperate race.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Spelunky
Sep 5, 2013

Our judgment on Spelunky, even in THE PS Vita and PS3 version, remains unchanged compared to the one already pronounced a year ago on Xbox 360. A 2D platformer to love and hating in no uncertain terms, which bases its fortune on a precise gameplay like a Swiss watch, on an impeccable control system and on a graphic sector that will make many lovers of retrogaming and beyond dream.

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9 / 10.0 - Rayman Legends
Sep 24, 2013

Ubisoft has succeeded in a small miracle: proposing an even better platformer than Origins. Rayman Legends surpasses its predecessor not only quantitatively, but also qualitatively. Everything from level design to the graphic sector shines with its own light, giving us not only one of the best platformers of recent years, but also a new spearhead for the softeca of the performance PS Vita.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Lone Survivor
Sep 25, 2013

Lone Survivor is fully part of that line of productions that has resurrected video game horror in style. Together with Amnesia and Outlast, Jasper Byrne's survival game graces and rediscovers the classic rules of the genre, focusing everything on the unsound, on insecurity, on the mephitic doubt that the horror that surrounds us is only the deformed birth of a sick mind.

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Oct 2, 2013

The choice to propose the exact same title on smartphones, tablets and PCs is welcome for those who own Microsoft's mobile devices but makes it difficult to judge in an absolute way a title such as Halo Spartan Assault. If on mobile it is quite complicated to find such a well-groomed twin stick shooter, with a hint of texture all in all adequate and the game mechanics gnawed but well adapted to the controls via touch screen; on PC the market has already offered much better in the past, such as titles like Renegade Ops that have been able to age such a classic genre, pushing the accelerator on the graphic impact and spectacularity.

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A Link Between Worlds is truly a bridge that unites two worlds. Not only those within the game, which represent light and shadow, good and evil, the continuity of life and the inevitability of death. The new Zelda also traces a connection between two very distant videogame universes: it strives in an exemplary way to make old and modern coexist, old and new.

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