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Supermarket Shriek

Going to the supermarket is not always exciting: looking for parking spaces, comparing prices, pushing a heavy cart and taking long lines at checkout counters. However, to combat the boredom of shopping, there is Supermarket Shriek, the game that will make you look at retail establishments with new eyes. Supermarket Shriek does not have a story. It is […]

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Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia

Judging a product like Bakugan: Vestroia Champions is no walk in the park . The new title of Spin Master, inspired by the popular franchise born in 2007 in imitation of many congeners (above all that Beyblade remained so jealously anchored in the hearts of its fans), is certainly a product aimed at very young groups of users, the same target on […]

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Tennis World Tour 2

Tennis has also officially restarted after the lockdown: with the first Grand Slam of Flushing Meadows that crowned the Austrian Dominic Thiem and with the Internazionali di Roma who had deluded us after the unexpected exploit of four Italian players who surprisingly advanced in the main draw, Tennis World Tour 2 promises to restart this […]

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Mario Kart Live: Home Tour

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit takes the decades-old concept of a remote-controlled car, connects it to a well-known brand, and still a relatively new concept of augmented reality. It works better in some games, worse in others, and so far Pokémon Go has been arguably the most interesting project in this regard. This is probably […]