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Battletoads - Review

At the beginning of the 90s, the Ninja Turtles depopulated on television, gathering support both among the public of the smallest and that of the largest. In the same period, taking inspiration from the success of the animated series ...

Battletoads, here is the launch date on Xbox and PC

Rare has issued a press release officially announcing the launch date of Battletoads. The scrolling fighting game returns to our screens starting next August 20. Up to three ...

[gamescom 2019] Battletoads - Tried it

Microsoft, in the renewal of some historic videogame franchises, through the English studio Rare, has made available Battletoads videogamers. After 28 years from the first game, Rare's brutal toads are ...

[E3 Microsoft] - unveiled a new trailer for Battletoads

Last year Microsoft had made us realize that Battletoads, the historic title of the Rare, would be back. In the live broadcast tonight, from the prestigious stage of E3 in Los Angeles, the return actually seems to have been there and ...

Gran Turismo 7: Polyphony Digital shows the first "Virtual Porsche"

The release of Gran Turismo 7 (March 4, 2022) is approaching, with racers and admirers of Polyphony Digital's simul-arcade title not seeing ...

Game Designers (and not only) from all over the world thank Fumito ...

It was December 6, 2001 when ICO came out in Japan, a puzzle-adventure game developed by the homonymous Team Ico and created by Fumito Ueda, game designer who ...

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