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Min Min is the new ARMS character that will arrive on Super Smash Bros ...

In the past few minutes Masahiro Sakurai held a presentation in which he unveiled the new wrestler (or in this case we should say, wrestler) who will arrive via DLC on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The fighter ...
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - ARMS

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the ARMS fighter will be unveiled in a few days

Despite not being exactly well received by the community (who would have preferred a representative of some other IP), we are now close to the presentation of the new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighter, the fighting game signed ...

Nintendo Switch updates, with some news

On 19/10/2017 the update to version 4.0 of Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo flagship, was published. The most consistent changes concern: The ability to record the last 30 seconds of gameplay via the ...

Nintendo Direct: Mario's risque photo inside!

Couldn't you watch tonight's Nintendo Direct? No problem. We'll take care of telling you what happened or rather what was presented inside. This Nintendo Direct was pretty full ...
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ARMS: Try it free with Global Testpunch

Are you eager to try out the new Nintendo Switch exclusive game at Kyoto? ARMS, the original fighting game that promises to innovate with new and original mechanics linked to the lengthening of the ...

Solos - Review

We've all been alone at some point over the past two years. Isolated from others by uncontrollable circumstances, forced to live with ...

Final Fantasy VII Remake is present in the Epic Games Store database

Since the announcement and subsequent release of Final Fantasy VII Remake, the followers of the PC Master Race have incessantly begun to discuss and theorize about ...

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