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Doom Eternal - Review

"And I saw a beast come up from the sea that had ten horns and seven heads, and on the horns ten tiaras and on each head it was written: Doom Eternal is a c *** o cool." Forgive the introduction ...

My Friend Pedro - New ways to celebrate the 500 thousand copies sold

The absurd shooter platform that responds to the name of My Friend Pedro certainly managed to get noticed thanks to its eccentricity and extravagance, breaking the roof of the 500 thousand copies sold. Now get rich ...

Riot Games announces Project A, a new tactical shooter

Riot Games launched a bomb this morning, revealing that the company is currently working on Project A, a "character-based tactical shooter". Although it is not known either a release date, much less ...
2 Rage

Rage 2 - Watch the launch trailer

Missing just now at the exit of Rage 2. The Bethesda shooter, which is so much talked about, shows itself in all its glory in a brand new launch trailer. In the video,...
1 Season of the Apex Legends Battle Pass

Apex Legends: from tomorrow the 1 Season

10 will start tomorrow: 00 AM PT (the Italian 19) the 1 Season of the Apex Legends Battle Pass entitled "Wild Frontier". On the official website of Ea, there are all the details on the contents ...
Battlefield 5: battle royale

Battlefield 5: imminent battle royale!

Battlefield 5: the battle royale mode called "Firestorm" is very close to release. On the daily update page of the Battlefield 5 online, the famous battle royale mode called "Firestorm" has appeared. Leak leaked thanks to user ...

Deadmau5 is creating a shooter with a talented team of developers

The name of Deadmau5 is not mainly connected to the world of video games, although some of its songs have been used as tracks for soundtracks, but from now when we talk about the electronic musician we can ...

Halo: The Master Chief Collection will shoot in 4K and 120 FPS ...

In the past few hours Aaron Greenberg, General Manager of Microsoft Studios, has announced the arrival of a special update for the next-gen version of Halo: The ...

Does Minecraft become an Esport in China?

Today we did not want to leave you with your face and indignation, so we will raise your morale with a particular news: did you know that Minecraft is also a ...

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