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NieR Reincarnation: the saga also arrives on smartphones

As part of the same event dedicated to the tenth anniversary since the launch of the first chapter of the series, Square Enix has announced, in addition to the new version of NieR Replicant, an unpublished title of the brand dedicated to the market ...
Teamfight Tactics

Teamfight Tactics, Riot reveals the functions of the mobile version at launch

Riot Games has unveiled through a press release the launch date and the details of the contents of Teamfight Tactics, PvP strategic autobattler distributed last year on PC, in its version for devices ...

GWENT, announced the Closed Beta on Android

CD Projekt RED has announced the arrival of the Closed Beta on Android for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. The pre-registrations on the Play Store are already open and players will be able to access the Closed Beta starting ...
RPG Liege Dragon

Liege Dragon RPG available on iOS and Android

The Japanese role-playing game is now a type of video game that, in the PC and especially console, seems to be increasingly linked to a niche market, or in any case with a prominence not ...

Dragon Quest of the Stars available now on mobile devices

Dragon Quest of the Stars, the mobile title of the historic Square Enix saga, is now also available in Italy. Are you ready for this new adventure? The aim of the game will be to explore a planet, complete with ...
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Minecraft Earth, the dedicated "Amiibo" are coming soon

One of the few choices that hit the mark during the Nintendo Wii U era was certainly the marketing of the Amiibo. Mattel seems to want to try it now by producing a line dedicated to Minecraft Earth. These figurines will be sold at 5,00 ...

GWENT coming to Android, open pre-registrations

CD Projekt Red has just announced the arrival of GWENT, the card game themed The Witcher, on Android devices. Currently the game is already available on iOS, as well as on PC. At the same time the developers ...
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Google spent millions on bug bounties in 2019

The bug bounty is a very common practice among software companies that consists of paying professionals, whether they are single white hackers or specialized companies, to find bugs in their programs and report them. A...

Kingdom Hearts: Project Xehanort announced for Android and iOS

Kingdom Hearts returns to be talked about, thanks to the announcement of "Project Xehanort", the new game for Android and iOs devices. At the moment Square Enix has released little information about the new Kingdom title ...
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Pokémon GO never so good: in 2019 revenues close to 900 million dollars

Pokémon GO's revenues in 2019 have been the highest ever since the game hit iOS and Android devices.

Mario Kart Tour, multiplayer beta available

The Mario Kart Tour multiplayer beta has officially begun. Multiplayer is available for all those who have decided to sign up for the $ 4,99 monthly Gold Pass subscription. Nintendo has confirmed that the ...

Mario Kart Tour in the future will introduce multiplayer

According to what can be read from the Mario Kart Tour menus, a multiplayer mode will be introduced in the game in the future.
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Play Pass is Google's answer to Apple Arcade

Google has launched its new Play Pass service, which like the Apple Arcade service offers a subscription with games and apps on smartphones.
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Call of Duty Mobile in October between Battle Royale and references from the past

Activision and Tencent have announced that Call of Duty Mobile will arrive on iOS and Android devices in October, with many methods and references to the past.

Joker has targeted Android devices

The Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix has already begun the conquest of American cinemas; meanwhile one of his namesake has undertaken another and far more dangerous one: the one to the smartphones in your pockets, ...

Pokémon Masters is full of money thanks to microtransactions

Thanks to the microtransactions, Pokémon Masters gained over 26 million dollars worldwide in the first week of its launch.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the discarded graphic style was more faithful ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot initially had to have a very different graphic style, much closer to that of the manga. Here are the pictures. It often happens ...

The game industry continues to support the Italian red cross

Bethesda Softworks, CD PROJEKT RED, Koch Media, Logitech, Milestone, MSI, One O One Games, Razer and other communities of Italian gamers will continue to support ...

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