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xCloud will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021

xCloud expands and arrives on new platforms: Microsoft has announced that its streaming game service will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021. The confirmation came directly on the site ...

xCloud supports touch controls for Minecraft Dungeons

xCloud is ready for the global launch on mobile scheduled for tomorrow, September 15th, and will present a first novelty: touch controls. Minecraft Dungeons is in fact the first game to support this system of ...
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Minecraft has been introduced into the World Video Game Hall of Fame

With over 200 million copies sold worldwide, various versions spread across the last generations of consoles and various spin-off series, including Minecraft Dungeons, Mojang's title has finally entered ...
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Minecraft Dungeons - The first DLC and cross-platform are coming soon

Mojang Studios has recently confirmed the release date and further details on the first DLC for Minecraft Dungeon, the dungeon crawler spin-off of the famous title for PC and Console. The first DLC of ...

Minecraft Dungeons - Review

Minecraft Dungeons presents itself to the public with a heavy weight on their shoulders, or that of a planetary brand that proposes itself in a new version, the dungeon crawler. The title of Mojang, ...

Minecraft Dungeons, the release date has been officially moved

In the past few minutes Mojang has announced that the release date of Minecraft Dungeons has been officially moved by about a month. The game was in fact scheduled for the end of April, while ...

PlayStation: "Sony has more than twenty PS5 titles in ...

Although PlayStation 5 continues to be unobtainable for most players, Sony seems to be willing to push more and more on the software park ...

Resident Evil Village - Review

From the very first Resident Evil Village trailers and promotional images, the audience was literally split in half. On the one hand we had ...

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