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Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately for the official launch. The competitive FPS Arena that has already been ...

Overwatch makes us dream Portal: you can use Chell's gun

Thanks to Overwatch Workshop, a new in-game modding tool, it was possible to create the Portal Chell gun in Overwatch.

A little Portal in Super Mario 64

Kaze Emanuar, an insane modder who has already created a series of mods for Super Mario 64 (online / first person / Bowsette mode) has revisited the game to mix it with something else. Nintendo's masterpiece is ...

The 2 Portal writer returns to Valve

Jay Pinkerton, writer of Portal 2, Team Fortress 2 and the Left 4 Dead series, is back to work for Valve. Pinkerton left the company in June last year for unspecified reasons. He was just ...

A new title in the Portal series is coming to PC and console

Portal is certainly one of Valve's iconic titles, along with the famous FPS Half Life. The puzzle adventure born in 2007 soon entered the hearts of many gamers who, after two chapters, hoped for the arrival ...
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Last few hours Steam sales: the 10 games not to be missed

Less than 24 hours until the end of the Summer Steam Sale. You have probably already bought what you wanted, but the intent of this "ranking" is to bring back the titles that, in our opinion, not only ...

Age of Empires IV is shown in a gameplay of 38 ...

There is very little time left for Age of Empires IV, the historic RTS saga that has been waiting for a sequel for many years. At ten days ...

Epic Games Store Opens Doors to Blockchain-Based Video Games ...

In the last few days, Valve has updated its guidelines dedicated to titles that cannot be published within their digital platform ...

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