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Steam - Official Soundtrack sales have started

In January, Valve implemented a change regarding the management of soundtracks on Steam. Previously, soundtracks were treated like DLC, which was a real problem: they couldn't ...

FIFA 20, preview the tracks of the soundtrack

For many years now, the choice of the right tracks for the FIFA soundtrack has now become very important. And usually it is a great added value to the title. There are many ...
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[E3 Square Enix] The music of Square Enix available on Spotify

Although it was not a new IP, during the E3 Square Enix announced a novelty that will certainly please all fans of the Japanese company. Starting today, in fact, ...

We listen to the soundtrack of Project Octopath Traveler

For fans of RPG, the Square Enix brand has been for years, between ups and downs to tell the truth, a real point of reference. For the Nintendo market, Square Enix has ...

DOOM, hidden messages in the soundtrack

The DOOM soundtrack, a remake of the well-known 1993 game, hides satanic messages. The most careful ears will have noticed it immediately, mere mortals have turned to the spectrogram to notice it. Just with one ...

Square Enix remembers David Bowie giving a copy of Omikron's Steam

Whether it's for real grief, for the usual marketing tactics, this is up to you to decide whether you are right-thinking or in bad faith. Square Enix wanted to honor the disappearance of the famous ...

Xbox: the official magazine closes its doors

Today the official Xbox magazine ended its activity. This was announced by the British publisher Future plc through ...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, release date and first ...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered seems increasingly like a reality. The first images and a trailer of the remastered version emerged on the net ...

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