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Nintendo Switch, the latest update fixes the drift for the Pro Controller

According to what can be learned on the web, the latest Nintendo Switch update solves the drift problem for Pro Controllers.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, new scary creatures coming soon

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne's next free update will send its diligent monster hunters to be beaten by a new pair of really tough customers, both with epithets suggesting they are ...
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No Man's Sky: BEYOND, just missing the exit

There are only a few days left until the new free update for No Man's Sky: BEYOND. On Wednesday 14 August it will be possible to download it on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. No Man's Sky: Beyond embodies three ...

Dishonored 2 - New Game Plus

As announced by Bethesda today will be released a new update for Dishonored 2 that will allow to activate the New Game Plus. This new mode offers the possibility, once the game is over, to start over from the beginning ...

Pokémon GO, important UPDATE!

As usual, Pokèmon GO is talked about ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY when there are big updates, or launches. Or nothing because nobody plays with it anymore. Or maybe not? Actually at King's Cross ...

Diablo II released a new patch

Nowadays manufacturers release patches and updates for games up to 2 years after their release, making "old" and "no longer supported" games in little time. Is not the ...

TGS 2020, gameplay video for Monster Hunter Rise

The Tokyo Game Show 2020 continues at full speed, and this time we are talking about Capcom which showed the first gameplay video of Monster ...

TGS 2020: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Impa is the new ...

The Tokyo Games Show 2020 was also the venue for Koei Tecmo's conference, which took advantage of the event to bring new information about Hyrule ...

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