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Animal Crossing: New Horizons: fish and insects to be caught by March

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons it is essential to complete the museum, both for personal satisfaction and to obtain the prized golden tools. Here is the list of insects and fish that need to be caught in the Northern Hemisphere by ...
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Temtem, here is the table with the weaknesses for each type

Temtem is not a particularly complex game. The clear derivation from a now very solid sub-genre and the open inspiration to the games of the Pokémon brand make it a title that is anything but difficult to access. Seen though ...

Red Dead Online: the definitive guide.

Let's start with a very important premise: whoever writes at this moment is an extremely passionate (and competent) person of Red Dead Redemption and, consequently, of Red Dead Online. I just passed ...

Pokémon GO, guide to capture Mewtwo

Niantic revealed in a post the criteria for being invited to the exclusive raid to capture the legendary Pokémon Mewtwo. Players will only be able to receive the invitation if they have taken part in at least one EX Raid, ...

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - How to unlock Coco

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is doing a lot of discussion in these last days, flame wars everywhere among people who call it the greatest crap of the twenty-first century and who praises it to perfection ...

Pokémon, what is the most difficult title of the brand? There ...

Pokémon has had several major titles over the years, but which are the most difficult? The Gamer ranking tells us. The...

Pokkén Tournament, the Producer would like a sequel but it is not up to ...

Katsuhiro Harada, producer of Pokkén Tournament, has expressed his hidden desire to work on a sequel to the title. Unfortunately, the decision is not up to ...

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