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Elden Ring From Software Miyazaki

SGF 2021 - Elden Ring will be released on January 21, 2022

It's not a joke! Elden Ring has finally balanced itself during the Summer Game Fest 2021, with a new gameplay trailer which, as icing on the cake, has confirmed the release date of the latest effort ...
Elden Ring From Software Miyazaki

Rumor - Elden Ring gameplay trailer leaked online

Elden Ring is one of those games that everyone is waiting for, but nothing is known about. Announced at E3 2019, the latest effort by Hidetaka Miyazaki and his From Software team is one of the most ...
E3 2019, some details on the collaboration between RR Martin and FromSoftware have been revealed

E3 2019, some details on the collaboration between RR Martin and FromSoftware have been revealed

A short distance from the Bandai Namco show at E3, a very tasty leak has been leaked that could contain a lot of information on the publisher's projects. Among these would seem to be the result of the much talked about collaboration between ...

Trump worse than King Joffrey… Word of George RR Martin!

The interview made by Esquire magazine with Kit Harington (the actor who plays Jon Snow, so to speak) regarding various aspects of his life, private and otherwise: in particular, one of the key questions of the interview was: " For...

Tales of Arise - Review

The Tales series has always lived in a weird JRPG limbo. The first title of this Bandai Namco saga ...

Deltarune: the second chapter is free, while the next three will be ...

The highly anticipated second chapter of Deltarune, a direct sequel to Undertale, one of the most loved indies of the last decade, is finally available. Well as well as ...

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