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Bright Memory Infinite has a release date on PC

Bright Memory Infinite finally has a release date and it's pretty close too. FYQD Studio's visually impressive (one-person) FPS will arrive on PC on November 11th and will be available for purchase ...
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One of the co-creators of Halo has opened a new studio at Electronic Arts

Marcus Letho, one of the co-creators of the historic Halo franchise at Bungie, has officially announced the next chapter in his XNUMX-year career in the world of video games: Game Director at a new studio ...

Into the Pit, the singular FPS roguelite announced during Gamescom

During the Gamescom Xbox event, Into the Pit was presented, a new title that seems to mix a roguelite structure with the setting of a classic FPS to Doom. The title puts the player in the shoes of ...

Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately for the official launch. The competitive FPS Arena that has already been ...
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Lemnis Gate, the turn-based FPS beta will start on July 22nd

Lemnis Gate is a rather peculiar game. It is a turn-based strategic FPS based on a time loop, a mashup of genres that is not exactly intuitive but that somehow seems to work. If you have...

Dying Light 2: Release date and official subtitle

During the Techland event dedicated to the sequel Dying Light, the team officially announced the release date. True, there were pretty persistent rumors about it but now we can take it for sure: Dying Light ...

Dying Light 2: The sequel will not be directly linked to the first chapter

The release of a sequel always attracts great attention, even for those players who have not faced the progenitor, perhaps intrigued by the news of a new chapter. Well, newcomers to the world of Dying Light, ...

Doom Eternal - The Ancient Gods Part 2 - Review

The Doom Slayer ordeal continues, with a second DLC that aims to close - for now - the Doom Eternal single player experience with new challenges, gameplay solutions and an incessant hail of blood, ...
Cyberpunk 2077 a vehicle recalls the aesthetics of Akira

Cyberpunk 2077 patch 1.0.5 significantly improves frame rate

Work continues on Cyberpunk 2077 at CDProjekt RED. As expected, the bulk of the "cleaning" work is done on the older generation consoles, the ones that have undoubtedly suffered the most from drops ...

Destiny 2: Beyond the Light - Review

What I have with Destiny is a conflicting relationship and the more I discuss it with other players, the more I realize this is a very common perspective. First of all, as owner of the first Xbox irreparably ...

DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One - Review

The gruesome descent - or rise? - of the Doomguy in the bowels of the demonic reality that shapes the bloody universe created by id Software still seems far from its epilogue. The events that occurred in ...
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Marvel's Avengers, big drops in frame rates in the beta for PlayStation 4

According to some tests carried out with the Marvel's Avengers beta, currently the game on PlayStation 4 has noticeable drops in frame rate.

Doom Eternal - Review

 "And I saw a beast come up from the sea that had ten horns and seven heads, and on the horns ten diadems and on each head was written: Doom Eternal is a c *** o cool." Forgive the introduction ...
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Valorant: does the new Riot Games FPS finally have a name?

Project A, the new title of Riot Games currently in the works, had found an official name: Valorant. This is a FPS about which very little information has been leaked so far but, finally, it seems to be at least ...

CrossFire - The biggest FPS in the world will become a movie

The infamous CrossFire first person shooter will become a movie. Variety recently reported that Sony Pictures has granted the rights to make a film based on the Smilegate shooter, which is considered ...

Superhot VR: Over two million dollars in one week

What could improve Superhot's excellent formula? Simple, a VR version of the same. Few games actually lend themselves to this type of technology as much as the little gem of Superhot Team, an indie studio led by ...

Bobby Kotick is expected to leave Activision Blizzard once the acquisition is complete

Activision Blizzard's infamous CEO Bobby Kotick seems to have his days numbered within the company. Following the acquisition of the company by ...

The Cuphead Show, the Netflix series finally has a release date ...

In the past few hours Netflix has finally announced the long-awaited official release date for The Cuphead Show, the animated series that will see as protagonists ...

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