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We have all seen the classic stickers for mac with Snow White, IronMan, and many other characters from the world of TV. But not all of us have seen those of Adesiviamo.it. Adesiviamo is a website that provides a huge range of stickers, which can satisfy all our tastes in terms of movies or cartoon characters, but also of passions such as music and art. We show you today, through a series of images, our review of the aforementioned stickers. Adesiviamo provided us with 4 stickers: 1. Snow White; 2. The Minions of Despicable Me 2; 3. A headset. All…

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WAR AS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN AND EXPERIENCED IT War is, to our great regret, the topic that most appears today in everyday speeches, including bombings and bombings, threats of nuclear conflicts and massacres in every part of the world. Reports from conflict-torn war zones such as Syria, just to name one, flock to the net as much as to TV, but too often we prefer to close our eyes to all this, simply by changing the channel; but then we are indignant when similar events affect us “a little” in a closer way. The world of video games has…

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Tronsmart has animated two new fully wireless earphones with active noise cancellation and very good value for money. We are talking about the Tronsmart Apollo Air and Apollo Air + which are similar to each other, although they have some important differences. In fact, between them there is a price difference of 30 euros. We have tested the two headphones to tell you what their differences are and which of them should you designate according to your tastes. In any case, from now on we anticipate that both the Apollo Air and the Apollo Air + have seemed to us…

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It was 2002 and all of us playing Final Fantasy X would never have thought that the words above could be prophetic words of a nefarious future that would never put us in a position to play a Final Fantasy like Chapter X. The writer is one of those characters now increasingly mistreated by the new generations of gamers who lash out at those who, like me, often trace, with each new chapter of Final Fantasy out, that “FINAL FANTASY” is something else, Final Fantasy is not what we know today. Having said that, and it being understood that I…

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Over the years, we have seen many titles based on external licenses, taken from other forms of entertainment and ready to redeem themselves even in the videogame world. Often this phenomenon translates into products that are not really excellent, which, on the contrary, disturb the quality and quiet of series much better conceived and exploited in their own “natural habitat”. The fear therefore is always that of seeing a great name being defaced, and doubts could not fail to be present for South Park: The Stick of Truth. When in December 2011 the number of Game Informer revealed the first…

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TEN MILLION … BUT OF WHAT? This fun and original smartphone game was released in the summer of 2013 for Android and iOS and immediately amazed audiences and critics by winning numerous awards. It is a puzzle-game similar to the very famous Candy Crush Saga, but with a few more elements that make it really fun and damn difficult. TEN MILLION FOR FREEDOM! To conquer freedom, our protagonist (who is nothing more than a bunch of white and brown pixels that vaguely resemble the shape of a man with a hat) will have to face numerous dungeon to reach the…

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Almost a year after its release it is proposed again for the new generation consoles bringing with it improvements above all graphics and audio, although the story, characters and gameplay remain unchanged. The only question that arises is: “is it worth buying this title for those who have already played it on the old consoles?”. Now we will find out. AN ADVENTURE TO RE-LIVE Revisiting the abandoned island, after the shipwreck of the Endurance ship, and reliving a story already lived, but revived in a next-gen key, looks like a pleasant journey to undertake. You can immediately appreciate the graphical…

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Put your hand to the keyboard and write the review of Burial at Sea – Episode Two causes a varied mixture of sensations. It is written about the last chapter that makes up the narrative plot of Infinite, he writes above all about the latest product conceived by Irrational Games, given its closure announced in February. It is the bittersweet taste of the last book of a saga, it is the swan song of a series that since 2007 has given players so many emotions, a lot of quality and a lot of fun. And we know well that Bioshockit…

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Having a title like thief, and having to talk about it objectively, is certainly not an easy task. It is undeniable in fact the importance assumed at the time, and then over time, by the release of the first and original title in 1998 – whose today’s Thief is practically the fourth chapter – made by lamented Looking Glass Software, basically defining the genre stealth. To face today this new incarnation of Thief we must, inevitably, forget its ancestors (the trilogy ended in 2004), children of the design and gameplay style of the 90s, and also other recent releases that…

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The fluctuating parable that followed the events of this trilogy, perhaps a little improvised, of the thirteenth chapter of the Final Fantasy saga finally reaches its last act (?) And we, just like all of you, are curious to find out what actually is hides behind this concluding chapter. SQUARE ENIX TRY IT AGAIN … Let’s start by saying that Final Fantasy XIII had been a good title, despite the skepticism of long-time fans, the title was not bad at all even if the story perhaps a little too linear had made those who turn up their noses, from a…

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