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Octopath Traveler - Coming soon on PC

Rumors give Octopath Traveler coming out on PC. Square Enix's spectacular RPG released on Switch, could also be released on PC. At least according to the leak from Korea's Game Rating ...

J-RPG on the payout: even Sony thinks of us

In recent years Sony has decided to undertake a fairly decisive market strategy, producing its own titles independently and not as in the past (and in the past ...

LOST SPHEAR: New RPG by the authors of I am Setsuna

Tokyo RPG Factory is a developer studio inside SQUARE ENIX born with the specific purpose of reviving the classic Japanese-style role-playing games like not ...

Tales of Berseria - Demo available now!

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe launches the PS4 demo of the highly anticipated new title in the Tales of saga. The Tales of Berseria title will be available from January 27 on PlayStation 4 and PC. We meet...

California bans the sale of high-performance PCs

And now let's move on to a bit of special news. In recent days, the American government has brought into force a new dedicated document ...

Activision Blizzard case - Employees organize a strike

Continue our coverage of the Activision Blizzard Case, which broke out last week after the publication of the lawsuit brought forward by the Californian DFHE and ...

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