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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.

F1 2015

F1 2015 lays good foundations for the series future on new consoles, but it still needs a lot of work. Too many bugs and the absence of the Career mode, one of the most loved in previous games, make it hard to suggest it even to the biggest Formula One fans.