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Quantic Dream, three of his titles arrive on Steam

It's official, three Quantic Dream games will land on Steam on June 18th. These are Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human. All three titles had already landed on ...

David Cage: "The reaction of PC users to Quantic Dream games has been exciting"

In a recent interview, Quantic Dream CEO David Cage expressed his enthusiasm for the way his studio's titles have been received by PC users. In fact, recently Heavy ...

Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain - Hardware requirements released

The system requirements for the recently announced PC versions of Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain are now available. The requirements for Quantic Dream games are listed on their respective pages ...

Detroit Become Human, Beyond and Heavy Rain will arrive on PC via the Epic Games Store

In the past few hours Quantic Dream has announced that for the first time since the 2007 its titles will come from the Sony platforms: Detroit Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain will arrive during ...

Detroit: Become Human - Possible release date at E3 2016

You know the fagots possessed for Quantic Dream, David Cage, Fahrenheit, Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls? Well, you are reading lines written by one of those obnoxious individuals. Presented in the now remote 2012 with a ...

Pandemic disappears from digital stores without an official reason

Pandemic Digital Board Game, the videogame version of the board game of the same name, has disappeared from the digital stores without warning and above all without any official reason. As...

Sony, some PS3 titles have appeared on the PlayStation 5 store, ...

In the past few hours, some users via Twitter have reported something really strange sifting through the digital store of PlayStation 5. It seems in fact that ...

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