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Life is Strange: True Colors, first 15 minutes of gameplay shown

The first fifteen minutes of Life is Strange: True Colors are shown in a new gameplay video. Let's see the beginning of Alex's story. Alex Cheng's story will arrive on our consoles from 10 September, ...

Life is Strange Remastered Collection postponed to 2022

The Life is Strange Remastered Collection has been postponed. It will no longer be released this fall, but in 20220. News is coming for True Colors. After the announcement that took place last March, which was received rather lukewarmly, Life is ...
Life is Strange True Colors Alex Deck Nine Square Enix Presents

Nintendo Direct - Life is Strange Remastered and Life is Strange: True Colors arrive ...

Square Enix didn't fire all of its cartridges during the latest Square Enix Presents and left a little bowler hat for the latest Nintendo Direct. The Life is Strange series will arrive on Nintendo Switch in the course of 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Po4zG-PcVTE Yes ...
Life is Strange True Colors Alex Deck Nine Square Enix Presents

Square Enix and Deck Nine present Life is Strange: True Colors

And after the rumors and teasing of Square Enix, the confirmation has finally arrived: the new chapter of the Life is Strange series: True Colors was announced during the last Square Enix Presents online event. https://youtu.be/FGuetXOu0H0 A ...

The curtain falls on Google Stadia

After only 3 years from its initial announcement, Google will put an end to the Stadia Project, completely shutting down the servers starting next January 18, 2023. According to ...

Free is Beautiful - Runbow & Drone Racing League

That time of the week has come. The one where Free is Beautiful returns to improve your libraries with new free games offered by the Epic ...

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