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Pokémon Go Review Beagle, incomplete, but immensely popular

Pokémon Go Review Beagle, incomplete, but immensely popular

Pokémon Go Review Beagle, incomplete, but immensely popular Who would predict a year ago that a mobile Pokémon game would get all the news and newspapers, was treated to frowning eyebrows. Who would have predicted that the same app would bring down entire tribes and get teenagers from their lazy ass, …

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Super Mario Run Review Limited, but still challenging

super mario run

Super Mario Run Review Limited, but still challenging If there is one developer who can perfectly match games to the hardware they are running on, then it is Nintendo. Not surprising, because the Japanese only make games for devices that they have designed themselves. That went well, until mobile phones and tablets …

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The stars of the sky played with Super Mario Galaxy

The stars of the sky played with Super Mario Galaxy

The stars of the sky played with Super Mario Galaxy What if I could jump from planet to planet, where each celestial body has its own gravity and adventures? In Super Mario Galaxy, I immerse myself in the fanciful world of Mario’s newest platform game. Has the plumber still got it in …

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Subnautica: Review Survival with real depth

Subnautica: Review Survival with real depth

Subnautica: Review Survival with real depth If there is something that No Man’s Sky has proven, it is that a hype around a game is not always connected with success. After all the vague promises of the makers, the end result was a bit disappointing. The survival genre was not that popular …

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«Call of Duty Online» tested battle royal mode

«Call of Duty Online» tested battle royal mode

«Call of Duty Online» tested battle royal mode  It is in the China-exclusive game “Call of Duty Online” that they have recently tested their own battle royal-inspired mode. Many of the elements we know from “Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds” or “Fortnite” are present, but the number of players is reduced from 100 …

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A Way Out Preview Passion project of pleasantly disturbed artist

A Way Out Preview Passion project of pleasantly disturbed artist

A Way Out Preview Passion project of pleasantly disturbed artist The most brilliant artists often have a slightly disturbed edge. Their obsessive urge and unwavering passion for their art means that everything else has to give way. Think of big filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, actors like Jack Nicholson, musicians like Michael Jackson, …

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