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Granblue Fantasy Versus - Review

I spent about 40 hours on the latest Arc System Works effort - and many more to follow - getting more passionate about 2D fighting games than ever before. I think I can safely say that I am ...

Dragonball Z: Kakarot - Review

Difficult to talk about a game so strictly aimed at such a precise type of audience. Difficult especially because, in fact, it should not be a title aimed only at hardcore Dragonball fans but to ...
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Dragon Ball FigherZ: in the next DLC there will be Goku child of DBGT

Baby Goku from the Dragona Ball GT series will join the Dragon Ball FighterZ roster. In the middle of the endless series of variations involving Goku, Goku as a child will enter the iconic fighting game with a straight leg ...
Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission is the new chapter of the Dragonball Heroes card-game coming out for Switch and Pc. Thanks to a roster of 350 fighters, you can play the role of a Super ...

Black Friday & Cyber ​​Monday NVIDIA RTX 2080, 2070 & 2060 ...

Here's our comparison of the best NVIDIA RTX 2060, 2070 & 2080 deals for Black Friday & Cyber ​​Monday 2020, featuring all the best ...

Statement from theScore on Introduction of Federal Government Bill to Legalize ...

TORONTO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - $ SCR # canada - Score Media and Gaming Inc. (TSX: SCR) (“theScore” or the “Company”) Founder and CEO John Levy today issued the following statement in ...

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