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PC Gaming Show - The Persona series arrives on PC

We had anticipated it, but finally the Persona series has also landed on PC! To announce it is ATLUS itself during the annual PC Gaming Show 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDte_18EIoI The first title of the series is Persona 4 Golden, the re-release ...

Gladius II Wireless - Review

Gladius II Wireless Mouse Review

Gears Tactics - Review

Review of Gears Tactics, strategic game in the world of Gears of War.
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AK Informatica: Used on offer

Have you ever hung out at any comic fair (Lucca Comics, Comicon etc.) and find yourself in front of a stand full of high-performance PC configurations? And it's really them, ...

Deliver Us The Moon - Review

Deliver Us the Moon review, sci-fi adventure game

Warcraft 3: Reforged, the CEO of Blizzard admits the failure

The launch of Warcraft 3: Reforged continues to be the subject of strong discussions. Between broken promises, reuse of old assets, false advertisement problems and too restrictive EULA, the latest Blizzard title is ...

League of Legends, Chinese tournament suspended for fear of Coronavirus

Problems for the main Chinese League of Legends championship which, as a precaution, will not start immediately after the Lunar New Year celebrations. The tournament was due to start again on February 5th but, due to the epidemic ...

First benchmarks for Intel Core i9-10980XE - Slower than i9 9900k and ...

Here are the first gaming benchmarks for the upcoming Cascade Lake-X processor, the Intel Core i9 10980XE. This processor boasts 18 core, supports up to 36 threads and can accelerate in turbo on all ...

Sleeping Dogs, the film is about to go into production

The film transposition of Sleeping Dogs had been announced in 2017, but production had never started. Now, the time seems to have arrived: ...

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. to Report Fiscal First Quarter 2021 Results ...

NEW YORK - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO)

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