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EA has added well 12 old Star Wars videogame glories to the Origin service ...

In the past few hours Electronic Arts, to celebrate the Star Wars Day which is now held every year on 4 May, has added 12 games of the Star Wars brand to the Origin subscription service ...

The closed alpha of Anthem will take place in December

Missing less and less at the exit of Anthem, the multiplayer shooter signed by BioWare: the game will in fact arrive at the end of February. For some, however, the first taste of the game will come much sooner: EA has indeed announced ...
Battlefield V

Battlefield V is already live on Premiere Access, and there is also a new trailer

Only ten days to go before the global debut of Battlefield V, which was recently postponed following feedback received during the alpha sluice, E3 and Gamescom. With the case modifications supposedly made ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda - Let's Explore the Nexus!

The Mass Effect saga represents, since the first chapter, a huge success, placing itself as an innovative and very involving title. Ten years after the first chapter was released, we are facing the upcoming distribution of ...

AMD introduces the RX 6000 series

Today AMD officially unveiled three new RX 6000 series GPUs: RX 6800, RX 6800 XT and RX6900 XT ....

Xbox Series X, backward compatibility will also apply to Xbox titles ...

In the past few hours Jason Ronald, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, announced that backward compatibility on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will work ...

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