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Path of Exile 2 shows itself in new gameplay

Evening to reveal yesterday's for Grinding Gear Games, which showed the world a new trailer for Path of Exile 2 and the new Ultimatum expansion for the first chapter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCDIBA2Icls The sequel to ...
Magic: Legends

Magic: Legends is available in Open Beta

If you were interested in trying Magic: Legends firsthand this is the right time, as the game has just entered the Open Beta phase. Cryptic Studios' diablo-like multiplayer is a ...

Path of Exile, Echoes of the Atlas is the new expansion

After a significant delay to avoid overlapping with the release of Cyberpunk 2077, it is time for Path of Exile to present its new expansion entitled Echoes of the Atlas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_PSrBEbOIc As usual for ...

Path of Exile, the new Harvest expansion arrives

As promised, Grinding Gear Games has announced the arrival of a new expansion for its famous ARPG, Path of Exile. Harvest, this the official title, will allow players to collect seeds and then plant them in ...

Minecraft Dungeons - Review

Minecraft Dungeons presents itself to the public with a heavy weight on their shoulders, or that of a planetary brand that proposes itself in a new version, the dungeon crawler. The title of Mojang, ...

Path of Exile, the next expansion could be postponed

Path of Exile is undoubtedly a reference point for ARPG enthusiasts and has earned this reputation thanks to a robust schedule of consistent, very good content. The Covid-19 pandemic ...

Path of Exile sets its player record

Path of Exile's success shows no signs of abating. The famous ARPG of Grinding Gear Games in fact, more than six years after the PC release, records its record of connected players in ...

Ring Fit Adventure, studies confirm that it reduces pain resulting from ...

Last year, during the onset of the pandemic, Nintendo released Ring Fit Adventure, a Nintendo Switch title that helps users keep moving. There...

SEGA aims to launch the next Atlus titles simultaneously in ...

In the past few hours Shuji Utsumi, chief strategy officer for SEGA, gave an interesting interview to Famitsu, in which he talks about the future launches of the different titles ...

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