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The soundtracks of Nioh and Nioh 2 now available on Spotify

Nioh 2 is finally available, but if you want to immerse yourself in the atmospheres of the game even far from the pad, you can listen to the OST on Spotify. Confirmation comes from Koei Tecmo who, thanks to a tweet, ...

Nioh - 3 million copies sold

Nioh, the souls-like action title developed by Koei Tecmo, recently reached 3 million copies sold since its launch in February 2017. Initially exclusive Playstation, to contribute to this fantastic result was also the ...
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Nioh 2 - Shortly a closed alpha

Koei Tecmo has scheduled for the end of May, a closed alpha of the sequel to Nioh, namely Nioh 2. From 24 May to 2 June, in fact Nioh 2 will be available for a limited number ...

PlayStation loses an exclusive, here's the details

The director of Nioh, Fumihiko Yasuda, announced the arrival in digital format of Nioh: Complete Edition on PC. The title will be published November 7 on Steam, going to cancel in fact that ...

Between patches and DLC, April ends in beauty!

After the boom of releases in March, which made the majority of us poor, the houses have finally decided to fix some of the titles and, between one patch and another, they are also approaching ...
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Nioh: announced the date of the second demo

KOEI TECMO Europe, through Sony's PlayStation Blog, announced the arrival date and new details for the second Nioh demo, the action RPG that bears the signature of Team NINJA and ...
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Skelattack - Review

For a fantasy enthusiast, venture into a dungeon full of monsters and dangerous creatures in search of gold, artifacts or other types of wealth ...

Sword and Shield Pokémon - Here is the latest trailer on the DLC

As announced yesterday, The Pokémon Company has released a new trailer that shows a little taste of the contents of the Pokémon Sword and Shield DLC. The...

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