Free is nice: Three is better than One

Today will be a rich day, I assure you because we have not one, not two, but as many as THREE games to report to you for our "Free ...

Free is Bello - Divide By Sheep

Free games that come from everywhere. In this Free is Beautiful we talk about Divide By Sheep, available for free on Steam. This is ...

Reminder: What Remains of Edith Finch for free on the Epic Store

As announced a few days ago, What Remains of Edith Finch is now available for free download on the Epic Games Store.

Free is Beautiful: Kholat

Kholat, exploratory horror adventure narrated by Sean Bean, is free on Steam for a limited time. More specifically, Kholat is a walking simulator ...

Free is nice - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

It's relatively late but we can't wait any longer to give you one of the best Free is always Beautiful. For a limited period of time ...

Free is nice: Crusader Kings2

This time no Twitch Prime, so no possible protest that the game is not "completely free": the offer comes directly from Steam and ...

Free is Bello - Deponia

Did you really want an old-fashioned graphic adventure? Free is Beautiful runs to your aid. On Indiegala is available for free download Deponia, first ...

Free is nice: GameGuru

For our column Free is Beautiful, we announce that from today to 18 March Steam allows you to download GameGuru for free. This is ...

Coronavirus, also Valve Index back with production

We are now losing track of the news regarding hardships and delays in hardware production in this early 2020. The new member of the club ...

Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 2 - Review

Formula 1: Drive to Survive is a docuserie produced by James Gay-Rees and Paul Martin, two big names, experts in making quality documentaries. There...

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