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Monster Hunter

Monster Hunter, two movie teaser posters unveiled

With the success of recent transpositions like Detective Pikachu and Sonic, the idea of ​​producing a Monster Hunter-based movie certainly seems like a genius gimmick. While it's not quite the center of attention, it also ...
Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizon, new details from the PAX East 2020

We are now in full Animal Crossing fever. From PAX East 2020 comes new details on the game, such as customization of the NookPhone and new fishable animals. From the new video content released, for which we thank USGamer ...
CD Projekt RED The Witcher Cyberpunk

PAX East 2020, CD Projekt Red and PUGB Corp. will also not attend the event

CD Projekt Red and PUGN Corp. have announced that they will not participate in the PAX East 2020 following the recent events related to the virus crown.

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about the Coronavirus and ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.
Baldur's Gate 3

Baldur's Gate 3 in early access on Steam by 2020

Baldur's Gate 3 will arrive on Steam by the end of 2020 and will be released in early access. The news came directly from Hasbro, who communicated it during an event dedicated to investors held ...

Coronavirus, Sony withdraws its participation in PAX East 2020

PAX East has always been the showcase not only for the various independent developers, but also for the big software houses such as Microsoft and Sony, which use the event to offer ...

The Last of Us Part II, the game demo will be present at PAX ...

In the past few hours Naughty Dog has announced that a demo of The Last of Us Part II will be playable at the next PAX East 2020. The event, which will be held in Boston from February 27 to ...

Resident Evil Village: the game map will be divided into four ...

In the past few hours, IGN has revealed for the first time what will be the map of the areas present in Resident Evil Village. Despite the previous ...

Sony wants to expand into the mobile market, opened a new division

The mobile gaming market is increasingly expanding and now has a turnover higher than that of consoles and ...

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