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Pinball FX3 Free is Beautiful

Free is Beautiful - Pinball FX3 Care Package

The pinball probably represents the true essence of the video game, of which perhaps it is also the precursor. Over the years, the most disparate types have been launched on the digital market, often under license. In...

Syd Mead: The master of concept art dies at 86

Blade Runner, Tron, Star Trek, Aliens, just some of the projects that Syd Mead has worked on during his long and thriving career. Retired in September 2019, the legendary artist left a ...

Clues about the sequel of Alien Isolation? No, Alien Blackout is a mobile game

A recent tweet from 20th Century Fox had made fans fantasize about the possible development of a long-awaited sequel to Alien Isolation. Alien's official Twitter profile, ...
Alien Day discounts

Alien Isolation goes on 75% discount to celebrate Alien Day

Yesterday was Alien Day, a commemoration date introduced in the 2016 by 20th Century Fox, on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the debut of the franchise's first film, Alien. Although the day has ended, ...

A new Alien shooter with a "persistent world" is under development

The Alien franchise has faced the crossing between the big screen and the videogame world several times, and apparently will soon be doing so again. A new Alien is in progress developing ...

UFOs exist, at least in GTA online

For some time now, rumors have been circulating that in GTA online there was a secret mission concerning UFOs. It is not the first time that programmers in video games leave very well hidden traces ...

Takaya Imamura: “F-Zero isn't dead, but he's missing a big ...

Contrary to what many Nintendo fans might think, the F-Zero series is not dead, despite its absence in the gaming landscape since 2003 with the F-Zero GX ...

Square Enix denies rumors about its sale

In the last few hours, a report by the Bloomberg Japan newspaper has created a lot of noise among the gamer community, especially inside ...

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