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Resident Evil enters the world of Dead by Daylight

It had already been announced during the event for the 25 years of the series and today the confirmation has arrived, correlated by further details: Resident Evil officially enters the world of Dead by Daylight. Asymmetrical multiplayer ...
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Dead by Daylight adds cross-play and cross-friends functions

In the past few hours, the developers and publishers of Dead by Daylight, Behavior Interactive, announced that they have officially implemented the cross-play and cross-friends functions on the title. Starting today, therefore, PC users, ...
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Silent Hill arrives on Dead by Daylight via DLC

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the release of Dead by Daylight, Behavior Interactive's survival horror, and what better way to celebrate than by announcing a new expansion. This time, the atmosphere of the Silent series ...
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Dead by Daylight announces a collaboration with Stranger Things

Behavior Interactive hasn't been shy about introducing horror icons into its 4v1 multiplayer game, Dead by Daylight. Many of these are classic characters that hark back to great horror movies. This time, however, the ...

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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