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Free is Beautiful - NBA 2K21

The Epic Games Store has reopened its season of Mega Summer Sale and for the occasion mom-Epic will open every week a vault containing a free mysterious game. The first game of this summer marathon is NBA ...
NBA 2K Sports Next Gen

NBA 2K21 places non-skippable commercials

Remember when Capcom added in-game advertisements, causing such a negative reaction from the community that it convinced the company to reverse? Apparently 2K Games hadn't been warned about the shitstorm ...
NBA 2K Sports Next Gen

2K Games comments on the price of its “Next-Gen” games

NBA 2K21 is currently at the center of controversy and no, for once it has nothing to do with lootboxes or reused assets. 2K Games has decided not only to increase the ...

2K Games: the NFL 2K series is back

The division of 2K Games dedicated to sports titles such as the NBA 2K series is preparing for a new step forward, many could call it a look at their past. The development house has ...
NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 full cross-play support between PC and console

NBA 2k Playgrounds 2 - Full cross-play support

Saber Interactive has released a new free update for NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 which introduces full support for cross-play between PCs and consoles. Put simply PC players can play online ...

Dying Light 2, Techland will support the game with at least five years ...

Next February will probably be one of the richest months of the year for videogame releases, and one of the most anticipated Triple A ...

Ken Levine responds to recent criticisms: “Being able to discard work is ...

About ten days ago, the US newspaper Bloomberg had published a very critical report concerning the famous Game Director Ken Levine, collecting ...

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