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‘Returnal’ for PS5 is a great game, but it’s not for me and nothing happens | Blog 1 UP

When Housemarque, the studio behind Nex Machina, said it was abandoning 2D arcade games, the main argument they made was that despite the good reviews, they had not reached the sales figures they expected. Returnal, the new exclusive to PlayStation 5, was born to reverse that trend, but the developer has been true to her […]

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A vertical neighborhood in Mexico | Blog From the shooter to the city

Everything is scattered on Avenida Juárez de Toluca de Lerdo, east of the Mexican capital. On the artery that connects the old town and its university area, the architects Fernando Rodríguez and Pablo Oriol -del FRPO study– They tried to organize various services and typologies in a single building, La Estación San José, a facility […]

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Alfonso Ordóñez, brother of Antonio, son of Niño de la Palma, senior bullfighter | Blog The bull, by the horns

Alfonso Ordóñez (Seville, 1938) has had no choice but to be a bullfighter and an artist; not in vain is he the son of the matador Niño de la Palma and the dancer and actress Consuelo Reyes, and little brother (the boy) of the great Antonio Ordóñez, Cayetano, Juan, Pepe and Ana Jesús, all bullfighters […]

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‘Persona 5 Strikers’: more ‘Persona’, more action | Blog 1 UP

Every time a musou based on a saga that I like, I tremble. Not because the genre hasn’t given us any joy, but because it tends to simplify what makes the franchise special (I don’t look at anyone, Hyrule Warriors). Person is a saga that was born as a spin-off and has emancipated himself from […]

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From hobos to ‘Nomadland’: the ‘counter-society’ of the brothers of the road | Blog North American route and beyond

The identity of the United States has always been nurtured by strong contradictions. One of the most curious lies in its own idiosyncrasy as a settlement territory. In the place where so many settlers and people came from all over in search of the promised land, to the point of taking their regions and homes […]

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The right price | Blog From the shooter to the city

Mustard old-fashioned Maille It has been manufactured in France for 274 years. It is said soon: 18 generations of consumers. In Japan, where honor is also counted in the number of family generations dedicated to perfecting and passing on a trade, three centuries ago the Mogi family began producing in Noda Kikoman soy sauce. They […]

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‘Scavengers’, the multiplayer survival game designed by former ‘Halo’ veterans | Blog 1 UP

It’s been more than a decade since Bungie and Microsoft parted ways. The saga Halo remained in the hands of 343 Industries, a studio formed ex profeso to develop the next adventures of the Master Chief. There was a transition process in which Josh Holmes, an industry veteran, was involved from the start. He was […]

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The ‘green bull’, driven by the pandemic and Brussels, guardian of the pasture | Blog The bull, by the horns

The breeders of brave bulls live what, perhaps, is the worst stage in their history. And not just because of the pandemic. The coronavirus has badly empitized the pockets and the spirits of the farmers; but he is not his only enemy. Lurking on different flanks are the strong animalistic currents, of great prestige in […]

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‘Inner Ashes’, the color of our memories | Blog 1 UP

There are certain topics that the video game does not usually deal with. Others, such as death, friendship or overcoming are generally common subjects in the interactive leisure sector; mainly because they can arouse feelings with which the majority of the target audience identifies. Is near. Unfortunately, Alzheimer’s is also part of our daily lives. […]

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Book Day: five good current crime novels written by women | Elementary Blog

It has been a long time since the crime novel has progressively ceased to be a more or less private preserve of the white man of the middle class or similar, but it never hurts to celebrate diversity by focusing on a set of novelties of different literary depth but that in everything case they […]

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