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Sony is no longer in the portable console market

If in the market of home consoles Sony has no particular problems, indeed, with Playstation 4 is committed to breaking records, the same cannot be said in the market of portable consoles. After a good ...

The official launch of Papers, Please on Vita, is scheduled for tomorrow

Over four years after his PC debut, Papers, Please continues to be talked about. After the theme short film, the official launch of the original game also arrives on the portable console marked ...

Will Sony come back with a new portable console?

In the world of the portable console market Sony has had a fabulous moment of glory with the PSP regret and a resounding flop with the beautiful but unfortunate PS Vita. In this regard, or rather ...
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YS VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana - Review

Although the YS video game series does not have the blazon of other titles in its genre (at least in the Western market), over the years it has been able to create a fairly large following of ...
Undertale

Undertal: a date for the PlayStation 4 version

Toby Fox, developer behind Undertale, announced that the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita version of his incredibly successful role-playing game will be launched on the upcoming 15 August, with a convenient solution ...
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PlayStation Store: Shares "To All Japan"

As an annual custom, even for this summer of the 2017 the PlayStation Store promotes an endless array of titles from the Land of the Rising Sun with its "All Japan" sales (Big in Japan, for ...
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PlayStation Plus: Discover Free Games in February

The dances open for this second month of the 2017, so Sony Interactive Entertainment announces the titles that will be free for all subscribers of the PlayStation Plus service. Among these certainly LittleBigPlanet 3 stands out, ...

Apex Legends has a release date on Steam

After the addition of cross-play, Apex Legends is preparing to expand on the PC market: the famous battle royale of Respawn will arrive on Steam at ...

Fallout 76 - Steel Dawn will introduce the Brotherhood of Steel

Despite everything, Fallout 76 continues to be supported by Bethesda with new updates. After the "Nuclear Winter" and "Wastelanders" updates, which saw the reintroduction of ...
FIFA 21

FIFA 21 - Review

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Horace - Review

Truth Seekers - Review

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