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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Kojima managed to create the perfect open-world stealth game, giving the player an incredible freedom coupled with great depth and variety. MGS fans will probably dislike its sparse and somewhat unsatisfying storytelling, but it undoubtedly is a masterwork of game design.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition

Disney's toys-to-life franchise finally reaches full maturity with lots of contents and a varied and satisfying gameplay. Add the Star Wars franchise to the mix, and you've got a must buy game for little and grown-up geeks.

Mad Max

Even if lacking a plot capable of sparking the player's interest, Mad Max managed to keep us entertained for tens of hours thanks to its vast world rich of opportunities. A solid game, worth a try for all fans of the movie series.


While sporting an interesting turn based/real-time hybrid gameplay mechanic, the novelty effect wears off quite soon and Nova-111 finally reveals to be a too repetitive experience.

Dishonored: Definitive Edition

More a direct port than a proper remaster, Dishonored: Definitive Edition adds very little to the original experience both in terms of contents and visual quality; it's therefore only recommended to those who never played the original game.

Velocity 2x

A successful mix of genres, with an adrenalinic gameplay and lots of content.


Even if visually not up to date, ZOMBI manages to deliver a well thought-out survival experience with great gameplay rhythm and mechanics.

Toy Soldiers: War Chest

Even if not revolutionary or innovative, Toy Soldiers: War Chest represents a decent - but technically disappointing - new chapter for Ubisoft's action/tower defense hybrid.

King's Quest Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember

A great reinvention of the classic adventure franchise with vivid visuals, a fresh gameplay and brilliant storytelling. Our unique issue was with the complete lack of localization, which makes it more difficult to recommend in our country: that's totally unexpected from a publisher like Activision/Sierra.


Playing the first levels in SEGA's new platformer makes us hope for a finally solid and funny Sonic successor, but our hopes get shattered when the difficulty rises, with serious control and level design problems that make it more a frustrating experience than challenging one. A real pity: Tembo is a real charmer, and he deserved a better game for its debut.