Elden Ring – A Masterclass on the Open World Genre – Game Review #6

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Ooooh, Elden Ring! After an excruciatingly long wait since it’s announcement all the way back in 2019, FromSoftware‘s newest game is finally here – and it promises to be bigger and bolder than anything else they have done before. Combining the collective knowledge of all their previous projects and mixing that up with a vast […]

Genshin Impact: A magical (open) world – Game Review #5

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There’s no doubt that the landscape of gaming is an ever-changing one. New systems, innovations and technological advances give producers and publishers the chance to constantly attempt bolder and more exciting projects. Genshin Impact is the most recent example of such excitement, sticking the landing in an incredible fashion and taking the world by storm […]

Top 10 eSports Games – Show Off Your Competitive Skills

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Competition has always been a major factor to playing videogames. Trying to finish the race first on Mario Kart Double Dash, or beating your friend on Street Fighter 2, we all have gone through that. A greater accessibility to videogames has highly favorised the rise of eSports and gaming competitions. Becoming a profesionnal player isn’t […]

10 games turning 20 in 2018!

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Do you feel like video games have been part of our culture since recent times? Indeed, it is the case. Still, despite being a rather young industry, some games will already be celebrating their 20th birthday this year and it does not make us feel young yet. 1998 was a major milestone for the gaming […]

Top 5 Battle Royale Games – The New Gaming Fever

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Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, Fortnite, H1Z1, Arma 3 and Rules of survival are great examples of the success of battle royale games. It is a genre of video game based on last man standing gameplay: eliminate other players until you are the last player in the game. The formula is the sum of the survival, exploration, and […]

Cuphead: a tribute to the golden age of animation – Game Review #4

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Ahhh, how good does it feel to get your hands back on a good old run and gun game? Cuphead could be crowned as a masterpiece of the genre, first for its amazing retro designs, heavily inspired by 1930s cartoons and its no-articulation characters, and also its incredible gameplay, where even the most experienced gamer […]

Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood: our test – Game Review #3

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Four years after its successful facelift handled by Naoki Yoshida, Final Fantasy XIV still attracts and absorbs players looking to explore new adventures in a realm of chocobos. After witnessing the ruthless war between humans and dragons in Heavensward, it is now time to welcome the latest extension to date: Stormblood. Form the resistance! Forget […]

Top 5 games to watch at Gamelab Barcelona

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The Gamelab conference gathers each year important actors of the videogame industry, from innovative game developers to game specialists. And this year will be the opportunity to witness in Barcelona some of the most promising video games in the world. Here is our top 5 games to watch at the conference! Giant Dancing Plushies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAjEDs1jDkA […]

RiME: an ambitious adventure game – Game Review #2

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RiME, the long-awaited opus from the Spanish development studios Tequila Works finally got released, 4 years after its official announcement. A long project but worth the wait. If the references to myths of the adventure game – such as Journey or The Legend of Zelda – are undeniable, RiME displays its very own personality. A […]

Little Nightmares – Game Review #1

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We are opening a new category of blog articles, giving you on a regular basis insights about trending, popular or undiscovered games. Starting today with the Steam-success Little Nightmares. Here’s our review! After months of work, the Malmö-based studio Tarsier released last April a long-awaited opus by most of the game industry observers, Little Nightmares. […]