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Hades wins the Game of the Year award at the 2021 Game Developers Choice Awards

In the past few hours, the now annual edition of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) was held, in which the best video games of last year voted by the same developers of the GDC are also awarded. To win the most coveted prize, ...

BAFTA Games Awards 2021: Hades triumphs

The 2021 BAFTA Games Awards were officially awarded with a ceremony that took place online and saw Hades triumph. The Supergiant Games title brings home 5 awards, ...

Hades, officially added the Cross-Saves function between PC and Nintendo Switch

In the past few hours Supergiant Games has announced the arrival of the long-awaited Cross-Saves function between the PC and Nintendo Switch versions of Hades. To transfer your saves between platforms, all you have to do is go ...

Hades - Review

Although over the years Supergiant Games has accustomed us all too well to indies of undisputed quality such as Bastion and Transistor, with Hades the small Californian studio wanted this time to try their hand at a genre ...
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Hades, Supergiant Games announced that the title has sold over one million ...

In the past few hours Supergiant Games, developers of titles such as Pyre, Transistor and Bastion, have announced that their latest effort, the action roguelike Hades, has sold over a million copies. The game was initially ...
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Nintendo Switch, the infographic with indie titles coming soon

Infographics are always welcome. Nintendo seems to have understood this by basing a good part of the marketing (at least that aimed at that type of user generally informed about the videogame sector) on them. Today...
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Indie World - Hades arrives on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's Indie World event opened with a major announcement for all Supergiant Games fans: Hades, the roguelike set in Greek mythology, will arrive on Nintendo Switch in the course of ...

Supergiant, developers of Bastion and Transistor, announce a new game already available

Supergiant Games, the independent team behind Bastion, Transistor and Pyre, has revealed - and released - their new project, Hades. It is a dungeon crawler with the famous artistic style of the ...

Yuji Naka has moved on to the independent development of a new project ...

Ok, in the end Balan Wonderworld did not turn out to be the masterpiece that Yuji Naka and Nights into Dreams fans expected ....

SEGA will present a new JRPG for Android and iOS at Tokyo ...

The Tokyo Game Show is approaching and the first insights are beginning to emerge on what we will see starting from September 30, 2021 ....

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