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InnerSpace Free is Beautiful

Free is Beautiful - InnerSpace

InnerSpace is now available for free download within the Epic Games Store free software distribution program. The title refers to that video game genre in which the gameplay is based ...
Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Free is Beautiful - Assassin's Creed Syndicate

The distribution policy of free games on Epic Games Store is paying off. After a really busy week, it's time for Assassin's Creed Syndicate this time. We broke up seven days ago with ...
Metro update

Metro Exodus has also achieved excellent results on Steam

Metro Exodus has perhaps had the merit (or demerit) of having started the war of the exclusive, more or less temporary, of the distribution platforms of video games on PC. Fortunately it seems that also ...

The Division 2 can be purchased on the Epic Games Store at a paltry price

Ubisoft continues with its relaunch plan for The Division 2. Massive's looter shooter in fact, after presenting its new DLC Warlords of New York (which will see the light on 3 ...

Free is Beautiful - Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez

Like every week, Epic Games Store gives us a couple of titles to redeem for free and to enrich our libraries. This time it's Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez's turn. The first...

Epic Games: Tim Sweeney condemns the loot boxes

In recent days there has been much talk about the phenomenon of loot boxes, as reported a few days ago for the "Fifa 20 vs France" case, and on the stage of the annual DICE Summit, the CEO of ...

Red Dead Redemption 2 at 29 million copies sold. Borderlands 3 grazes ...

During the recent investor conference, Take-Two announced the sales figures for two major stocks. Red Dead Redemption 2, which had sold 26,5 million copies in November, saw this number rise ...

A game on the Epic Games Store is gone (and nobody knows why)

Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory is a game that many may have never heard of, but the fact is that it is at the center of a decidedly curious situation. Let's start from the beginning. What is Paranoia: ...

Coronavirus, Modena Play also postponed

After Cartoomics, Modena Play also had to bend to the need to contain the CoVid-19. The festival of the game, which takes place since 2008 and ...

Amazon Prime Video, we discover the releases of March 2020

The month of February saw the interesting original "Hunters" series come out on Amazon Prime Video. But what will the month of March hold for us? Let's find out ...

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