No matter how fast you are, no one outruns their past.

F9 – Fast, Stupid and Boring

Fast, Stupid and Boring
MOVIE REVIEW - In this prequel to "101 Dalmatians", the youth of Cruella d'Enfer, the "villain" of the original film, is evoked in her conquest of the London fashion world. The film stars Emma Stone.

Cruella – The New Youth of a Cult Villain

The New Youth of a Cult Villain
REVIEW - With the co-op action-RPG genre on the rise, Wizards of the Coast is trying to get its piece of the pie with Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, on PS4, PS5, PC and Xbox Series.

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance – Not Even Drizzt Do’Urden Can Save This Game

Not Even Drizzt Do'Urden Can Save This…
REVIEW - Outriders, a new video game from the Polish team People Can Fly, is a "looter-shooter" in which you take on the role of a mutant with special abilities and save what's left of humanity on a distant planet.

Outriders – Those Outriders Are Not Easy Riders

Those Outriders Are Not Easy Riders
SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku (Yakuza) Studio's game is being developed for three platforms, and one of them might be surprising.

Judgement Remastered – Tokyo Confidential

Tokyo Confidential
REVIEW - This time around, Stronghold: Warlords takes us back to the bloody Asian Middle Ages, where for the first time in the series' history, we can subdue and control the AI-controlled overlords under our command.

Stronghold Warlords – Command&Conquer in Medieval Asia

Command&Conquer in Medieval Asia
Torn Banner Studios has detailed what we can expect in the open beta. Here's their list of goodies: „[...] Cross-Play smashes the boundaries between PC and console, allowing players to face-off on the battlefield together, regardless of platform.

Chivalry II – Knights, Sharper Than Ever?

Knights, Sharper Than Ever?
theGeek Nier

NieR Replicant 1.22474487139… – This Could Be David Lynch’s Legend of Zelda

This Could Be David Lynch's Legend of…
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Returnal – Edge of Tomorrow Without Tom Cruise and Alone

Edge of Tomorrow Without Tom Cruise and…
REVIEW - SaGa Frontier was originally released in 1997 in Japan for PS1, and a year later in the US, but never in Europe. As true "SaGa greenhorns" ourselves, we got our hands on SaGa Frontier Remastered, which in many ways is still a form-fitting piece of work to this day.

SaGa Frontier Remastered – Ancient anti-Final Fantasy for Retro Fans

Ancient anti-Final Fantasy for Retro Fans