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Little Nightmares II

The first Little Nightmares proved to be a competent game and with a unique artistic direction, establishing itself as one of the most differentiated platform and puzzle products of recent years. For the sequence, the motto of “winning team, don’t move” prevails, after all, there were few significant changes. It is not an exaggeration to say that […]

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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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One Piece Pirate Warriors 4

With more than 40 playable characters and a significantly improved engine, developer Omega Force ends the five-year hiatus of the “Pirate Warriors” series. Where the last game ended with Doflamingo, the fourth installment picks it right back up. Let’s see how it fairs as we delve in to Big Mom’s territory. Games can serve very different […]