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Xbox Series X | S, Dolby Vision support arrives

Xbox Series X and Series S now officially support Dolby Vision for gaming as well. This support for the technology was already announced before the launch of the two consoles and is now available ...
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Sony wants to expand into the mobile market, opened a new division

The mobile gaming market is increasingly expanding and now has a turnover higher than that of consoles and PCs. No wonder then that Sony also wants to expand into ...

2020: A midsummer night's dream (without E3)

Not to brag, but already during the first days of February I argued that the best way to face this 2020 would be to proceed by inertia until December 31, celebrate the beginning again ...

ASUS ROG Phone - our tests

As promised in the video, in this article we show you the full game of Fraws PUBG mobile and some shots taken around with the camera, giving you the 'original' files, enjoy! Full match at ...

We returned to WebSummit

Also this year the expedition to the Websummit has ended. If you want to know why we go to this fair that does not stand out particularly in the eyes of gamers, you must understand that it is precisely from these contexts that ...

Here is the list of titles presented at E3

It is not officially confirmed yet, but here is the list of all the games that will be present at E3 in Los Angeles 2016. Surely many good things, but also many great absentees! Anyway ...

Xbox Game Pass, unveiled the avalanche of titles arriving on the ...

In the past few hours Microsoft has published the now usual monthly roadmap that shows the titles arriving during this December 2021 in the Xbox catalog ...

GOG turns around, will return to prioritize DRM-free games

Let's go back to talking about CD Projekt and their latest financial report. In addition to confirming the release for 2022 of the Next-Gen versions of Cyberpunk ...

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