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Daemon X Machina available on Steam in a few days

Daemon X Machina, the action shooter developed by Marvelous Inc. for Nintendo Switch, will arrive in a few days also on PC thanks to Steam. The well-known gaming platform has in fact opened the page dedicated to ...
Daemon x Machina The Witcher 3

Daemon X Machina, a free DLC dedicated to The Witcher 3 is available

Have you ever imagined Geralt or Ciri of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt pilorater the mechs of Daemon X Machina? Now you can do it. The crossover event between The Witcher 3 and Daemon X Machina has been published ...

Daemon X Machina - Review

At the announcement of Nintendo Switch, among the many questions posed by videogamers around the world was the question concerning the variety of titles offered. In recent years, especially with the release of Nintendo ...

Daemon X Machina - Preview

First seen during the E3 2018, Daemon X Machina is one of those games that may have escaped the radar of less attentive players. Marvelous's third-person shooter action ...
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Daemon x Machina, announced the Orbital Limited Edition for Europe

Nintendo of Europe, via Twitter, revealed the arrival of a limited edition of Daemon x Machina called Orbital Limited Edition. The most interesting object of the package is undoubtedly a statuette that reproduces one of the mechs that ...

Lucca Comics and Games 2020 has been confirmed

Lucca Comics will be done. The announcement was made yesterday 10 July, by Emanuele Vietina, director of the nerd fair among the largest in the world, ...

Amazon's MMO New World has been postponed to 2021

Amazon's first steps in the world of video games cannot be said to be lucky. The period is not the best for the production ...

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