Who benefits from quantum computing?

Google’s quantum calculator was the pioneer – and maybe the first quantum machines will soon be practically usable. But which applications benefit from it? In this article, cityofmayfield.org tell their viewpoints. The term quantum computing has haunted the IT scene for years. Scientists and practitioners hope that quantum machines will perform certain computing tasks many times faster […]

Deiland – Review

Deiland is a title that can attract attention right from the main menu, not even if she were the prettiest girl of the whole afternoon group in the park. The concept, however, is one of the simplest and perhaps even abused, since it looks like an action rpg sandbox with elements survival and crafting. The […]

One Hour One Life – Review

One Hour One Life: I’m in trouble and I can’t remember any words I ever found. Even an Elite: Dangerous had seemed approachable to me without any particular obstacles other than that of the little time to devote to him. Here it is different; different in the sense that the work of Jason Rohrer lends itself to approaches and readings so […]

The Elder Scrolls: Legends – War of the Alliances – Review

I played The Elder Scrolls: Legends since the beta, several months before the official launch two years ago, continuing to play for a long time even after the release, coming to collect cards from the first two expansions. Then I had to give up despite myself, mainly for reasons of time, also because I admit that I have some problems regulating […]

Google Stadia Connect: conference date and time+ stream

The Mountain View company released a video announcing the date and time of Google Stadia Connect, the conference where the main information on the streaming service presented last March will be unveiled. Google is therefore about to reveal some of the most anticipated details, including the price of the service, the launch window, the games available and much more. The appointment to learn more about Stadia is […]

Dragon Quest Walk announced, a new mobile augmented reality game

At a Tokyo event, Square Enix announced Dragon Quest Walk, a new augmented reality mobile title to the Pokémon GO (being developed by Colopl) that brings the iconic RPG to the real world. The title will allow the player to activate quests and fight monsters in really existing locations, it will also be possible to unlock items to be used to […]

Project Warlock – Review

Do you remember DooM? You should. After all, it came out 25 years ago and, in these days, half the Internet is celebrating the anniversary waiting for John Carmack, his now legendary programmer, to release Sigil, a package of additional levels written for the occasion. DooM was a sort of watershed for the world of video games, the title that more than […]

Minecraft: Story Mode is being removed from circulation

The closure of Telltale Games is leading to several negative consequences on the side of video games developed by the now-defunct Californian company, and not even Minecraft: Story Mode is exempt from the repercussions linked to the cessation of the activity of the studio. As reported on the official website of Minecraft, both seasons episodic adventure will be removed from circulation among a […]

Valve will develop its version of Dota Auto Chess

Through a statement published on the official Dota 2 blog, Valve has made it known that he is working on an official version of Dota Auto Chess. The popular mod of the MOBA present on Steam will then be transformed into a separate title with the blessing of the original developers of the mod, Drodo Studio. Valve explains that he got in touch with the modders and reached an agreement […]

Tekken Mobile – Tested

I found myself in the Bandai Namco booth for the presentation of a “still unannounced” title to find out later that it was Tekken Mobile. Since I had the opportunity to put our hands on it, we thought it appropriate to investigate a little bit about what we saw at Gamescom. PORTABLE DOJO I’m going to […]