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Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, launch date announced

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, the video game clearly inspired by the TV series produced by BBC and Netflix, finally has a release date. Curve Digital has in fact decided to publish a trailer with an indication of the day ...
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Table Manners - Review

Table Manners is part of that line of titles that can put us in difficulty with situations or tasks that, in real life, would be simply spontaneous. This time Curve Digital does not place us in ...
Autonauts

Autonauts - Review

After the great success of Minecraft, it was inevitable that other development teams would try, over time, to follow in the footsteps of the title developed by Mojang in a more or less explicit way. The...
Autonauts

[gamescom 2019] Autonauts - Tried

Autonauts is a title that has had a rather troubled history in recent years. Despite the good start, where the game was elected "Best educational game" by TIGA (English videogame association), in 2017 the ...

Narcos, a first look at the game dedicated to the Netflix series

Earlier this year, UK publisher Curve Digital announced it was working on a video game dedicated to the Netflix series Narcos. If by any chance you haven't seen one of the best series ever made by the streaming platform, ...

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc arrives on Xbox Game Pass

Rise and shine, Ursine! Surprisingly, Spike Chunsoft announced the arrival of the Danganronpa series on Xbox Game Pass. This re-release of Trigger Happy Havoc, ...

Rumor - Hogwarts Legacy could be released in 2023

Hogwarts Legacy, the highly anticipated new Action RPG title set in the Harry Potter narrative universe and whose release was initially scheduled for 2022, ...

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