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Mobile gaming is the present and the future of video games

In recent years, large companies in the videogame market have begun to invest heavily in mobile. From the porting of successful titles to the acquisitions of applications with millions of downloads, the interest of software houses ...
Epic Fortnite Apple App Store

The Fortnite case - The judge does not grant further compensation to Apple

The Fortnite case, the legal battle that broke out over the past summer and which sees Epic Games and Apple opposing continues. This time, however, the technology giant has seen its ...
The Witcher: Monster Slayer

CD Project Red, announced The Witcher: Monster Slayer

Cd Project Red has announced The Witcher: Monster Slayer. The title, linked to the famous saga of Geralt of Rivia, is a mobile game that uses augmented reality, taking a cue from the mechanics already seen in ...

Pokémon GO: Chromatic Gyarados and Magmar spotted in the wild

Pokémon GO has not yet finished with the celebrations for the Lunar New Year, in fact it is now possible to find specimens of Gyarados and Magmar chromatic in the wild. The current event, in addition to the news already leaked ...

Presented the Black Shark 2 PRO

In this period, more gaming terminals than usual are appearing and Black Shark, Xiaomi's gaming brand, presented the second iteration of its flagship terminal: the Black Shark 2 Pro.
Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite - New video

Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard, free-to-play augmented reality game inspired by Wizarding World, shows itself in a new video. The game Co-published and co-developed by Niantic and WB Games San Francisco, ...
Apex Legends Mobile

Apex Legends soon in mobile version

It looks like Apex Legends is about to emulate its Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds counterparts. That is to become a battle royale playable also on mobile devices. The details relating to this type of launch were ...
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades ranks first in the iOS App Store downloads

The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a new mobile title dedicated to the historic Bethesda brand, has been officially released a few days ago on Android and iOS systems, and is already ranked first ...

SEGA, announces major losses due to a specific sector

Like a bolt from the blue, SEGA announced a large financial loss resulting from the lack of success of the mobile department. According to the latest economic results of the company reported by Gamingbolt, the Japanese industry has announced that it will suffer a ...

Here is the first Harry Potter teaser trailer: Hogwarts Mystery

It's been a little over a month since Jam City announced it has started the development of Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, an RPG aimed at simulating magic school attendance ...
Playerunknown's Battlegrounds

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds: China's Mobile Version arrives

A few days ago we talked about Bluehole and Tencent's attempt to bring Playerunknown's Battlegrounds to China. China had replied that this would only be possible if the game adapted to ...

Pokémon: Magikarp Jump! - Strong even without Gyarados

How to make a Pokémon, completely useless like Magikarp, at least vaguely bearable after so many years? I would say that they have succeeded and between the release of Switch and the next arrival of the highly anticipated legendaries on Pokémon Go, ...

Returnal, the 2.0 update introduces save games and photo mode

Returnal, an exclusive title for PlayStation 5 developed by Housemarque, was a title well received by both the public and critics, but obviously not ...

A Quiet Place, video game coming in 2022

Have you ever seen A Quiet Place? They are two films, and they are not bad at all, and soon they will expand thanks to a video game currently ...

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