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Lost in Translation: The strange case of Evangelion’s italian translation and Gualtiero Cannarsi

(*Note: this article on Cannarsi was written some time ago, little after the re-relase of Evangelion. Some things may have changed by then) Netflix re-relased the fan-favourite classic Neon Genesis Evangelion, along with new translation and dub due to legal reason. Shortly after, the internet raged over a translation of a single word: during a…Continue readingLost in Translation: The strange case of Evangelion’s italian translation and Gualtiero Cannarsi

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EVO Online: Death, Rebirth and the problem of netcode in a pandemic society

Evo Online is the online (duh) version of the Las Vegas tournament. If you are into fighting games you surely know what it is; and even if you never touched an arcade stick you surely have heard of it: and that shows how big and important EVO is. But the previous iteration was suddenly cancelled,…Continue readingEVO Online: Death, Rebirth and the problem of netcode in a pandemic society

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Video game journalism: Meaning, Present and Future

There is a pressing question in Video Game Journalism, and it’s the following: “Is Lady Dimitrescu the new Bowsette?” So I am presented with yet another sponsored article on Facebook by a well-known video game site. A fantastic clickbait on which I click to understand, out of pure curiosity, what the author point is. The…Continue readingVideo game journalism: Meaning, Present and Future

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Warhammer Total War III, Age of Sigmar and the end of the Old World

Two weeks ago the reveal trailer for Warhammer: Total war III has been released, showing hints of things to come. While some details, like the presence of Chaos units and the focus on Kislev, has been already discussed, what people don’t really know is the peculiar link with Games Workshop, Age of Sigmar and the…Continue readingWarhammer Total War III, Age of Sigmar and the end of the Old World

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Guilty Gear Strive Open Beta: Tornaments and streaming recap

As Guilty gear Strive Open Beta date come closer, there will be a lot of places to either follow some streaming content before the release date (as many early access copies were released for preorders, influencers or game journalist) or even better to join some preliminary local tournaments or events: to make things easy, here’s…Continue readingGuilty Gear Strive Open Beta: Tornaments and streaming recap

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Guilty Gear Strive beta and the “early access” drama

Just yesterday another little drama has entertained the small fan community following the incoming Guilty Gear: Strive open beta, due an unwanted “early access” leak. Let’ s summarize the situation a little: Guilty Gear Strive has its release date set on April but, due to its focus on the “new” rollback nectode, will have an…Continue readingGuilty Gear Strive beta and the “early access” drama

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Live again

That is not dead which can eternal lie…* Lovecraft’s cat while talking of this blog, probably And since I laid inactive enough, I guess it’s time to live again and dust off this blog!Continue readingLive again

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Translation Teaser

So Incredibly, I’ ending my slumber and finally announce we are going to work on our first translation! In the faraway 2012 I was a young lad that sailed to the faraway land of Nippon in search of Fame and Glory (or just a job): well, it didn’t worked quite well, but coincidentally I managed…Continue readingTranslation Teaser

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Detective Pikachu -Review-

I have seen the new Pokemon movie…and liked it. So, Here’s a brief Detective Pikachu review because: why not? Yes, I know. I named it “Uncanny Valley-the Movie” after checking its first trailer. I was in doubt. I mean, we live in an era where we’re having one of the most unbelievable (in a negative…Continue readingDetective Pikachu -Review-

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Crypt of the Necrodancer: Review

Roguelike/Music – Nintendo Switch Crypt of the Necrodancer would be just another roguelike like hundreds of others in the indie world: 2-D retro graphic, random maps and items… you know the drill. That said, the game would be solid by itself: movement is made in blocks, so is more akin to Chocobo dungeon than Binding…Continue readingCrypt of the Necrodancer: Review