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Programmer loses the game created as a child, but someone shows it on Twitch

You know, when you start following the game design, for study or personal interest, at some point we will start wanting to produce our project. The story you will read is about a programmer ...

Conker's Bad Fur Day - New details emerge about the canceled sequel

Conker's Bad Fur Day designer Chris Seavor is back on Twitter to share new details on the sequel that never saw the light. Well before the open-world multiplayer game Sea of ​​...

Horizon Zero Dawn: Show the prototypes of the enemies

A little over a week ago was the second anniversary of the release of Horizon Zero Dawn, the acclaimed PS4 exclusive from Guerrilla Games. The open world title immediately established itself as one of ...

Square Enix remembers David Bowie giving a copy of Omikron's Steam

Whether it is for real grief, or for the usual marketing tactic, this is up to you to decide whether you are right-thinking or in bad faith. Square Enix wanted to pay homage to the death of the famous ...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, confirmed new content coming

Animal Crossing: New Horizons will soon enjoy new content and activities. This is confirmed by the president of Nintendo of America. The new chapter of the saga ...

Guilty Gear Strive - Review

The fighting game, as already mentioned in the past on these pages, is one of the most complex and layered genres of the medium. It takes time, dedication and ...

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