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Plague Inc.

Plague Inc .: petition welcomed, no-vax coming

3 days ago we told you the story of a petition launched on Change.org asking developers of Plague Inc. to add antivaxes as buffs in-game. In just a few days, Eduard's petition ...

Plague Inc .: petition to add antivaxes as buffs

Ah but it's not Lercio. This time Change.org reports the "absurd" news. Through the famous platform, in fact, Eduard Gabrian has launched a petition directed at The Plague Inc. Developers. The request?...

Red Dead Redemption 2 players have launched a petition to pat ...

Rockstar Games has often insisted on realism as one of the founding elements of the varied gaming experience offered by Red Dead Redemption 2, and this theme remains constant from the most heinous deeds to those ...
Farcry 5

Farcry 5: and it was immediately a petition (to cancel it)

A petition signed "Gamers United" and addressed to Ubisoft for the cancellation of the new title recently announced: Farcry 5 appeared yesterday on Change.org. Personally, I had no doubt about the veracity of the letter (which is yes ...

First AI DApp Game is Launched on The Blockchain

The first decentralized game enhanced by deep learning is now live to playSAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Cortex Labs announced today the successful launch of the first ...

Diablo IV, probable incoming announcement

An advertisement appeared in the German magazine Gamestar where you can see a book of artworks, The Art of Diablo, which, according to the translation, ...

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