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Duke Nukem 3D - The composer of the soundtrack of the game opens a lawsuit ...

Duke Nukem soundtrack composer 3D, Bobby Prince, officially opened a lawsuit against Randy Pitchford, Valve and Gearbox Software. Prince during his career as a composer, has produced ...

Gearbox suggests the arrival of something related to Bulletstorm or Duke Nukem

Gearbox, after suggesting the arrival of Borderlands 3 and Borderlands 2 on Nintendo Switch, returns to publish a teaser, this time much easier to crack. The software house has posted on Twitter ...

Duke Nukem - You can not see me!

I imagine that you will all have recognized John Cena's famous "taunt", one of the most popular wrestlers (and actor and singer) in recent years and it is precisely in the role of actor that we will find him in ...
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All the stereotypes of Duke Nukem could come to life in John Cena

There are many films inspired by video games, often without success, and there are actors who seem born to play a certain character. An example could be Angelina Jolie with Lara Croft, considered by many ...

Free games, the catch came! Ubisoft 30th

Here it is as is now customary with the monthly news about Aunt Bubisoft's anniversary. I must admit that he is still giving away good games, and for this reason the promotional campaign is having a well-deserved success, ...

Temtem will increase in price as development progresses

Temtem, a new PC MMO clearly inspired by Pokémon, has just been released in Early Access on Steam. The game, which costs 31 ...

Godfall, published the entire trailer with lots of gameplay

Earlier this week a small teaser trailer for Godfall was released, a title coming to PC and PlayStation 5, which showed some ...

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