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Free is Beautiful - Tell Me Why

On the occasion of Pride Month, Dontnod and Microsoft have decided to give players Tell Me Why, the narrative adventure created by the French studio in collaboration with Xbox Game Studios. Tell Me Why is the story ...

Microsoft has lowered the percentage withheld on video game sales in its store

In the recent GDC State of the Game Industry survey, in which over 3000 developers were interviewed, one of the figures that emerged was the widespread discontent with the percentage that Steam and other stores ...
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Cyberpunk 2077, Microsoft extends its refund policy

After the removal of Cyberpunk 2077 from the Playstation digital store, it is also time for Microsoft to have its say on the issue. The Redmond house has decided to take a different path and ...

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: link evolution, available on console and PC

Konami announced that Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution is available, exclusively digital, on PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store and Steam at the price of € 39.99. This video game was available from the summer ...
Helicopter Flight Simulator

Free is beautiful - Helicopter Flight Simulator 3D: Checkpoints

Do you dream of driving a helicopter, but the current health situation forces you to stay at home? Do you have a Windows computer or a Surface Laptop? If the answer to both questions ...

NEO: The World Ends with You - The “Zetta” Review

"Thanks again! See you soon and Goodbye." With these words the Twister-Remix musical track ended and in certain senses the adventure also ended ...

NEO: The World Ends with You will be released on the Epic Games Store on ...

As you may recall, a few months ago Square Enix announced that NEO: The World Ends with You, the latest installment of the RPG series set in Shibuya, would be ...

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