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Has the Star Wars: Battlefront spin-off been canceled by EA?

Star Wars: Battlefront, EA's much-discussed shooter, could have expanded thanks to a spin-off coming to next-generation consoles. What went wrong? It seems that the software house was planning to expand ...

Star Wars Battlefront: Season pass free!

Available for all STAR WARS ™ Battlefront ™ owners and for a limited time free of charge the Star Wars Battlefront Season Pass (PC version) which includes: Outer Rim Expansion Pack Bespin Expansion Pack ...

Leaked a teaser for Star Wars Battlefront II

For unofficial sources, a teaser trailer of the long-awaited Star Wars: Battlefront II has leaked, a follow-up to the original Star Wars Battlefront developed by DICE and published by Electronic Arts in 2015. The title, scheduled for the second ...

Star Wars Battlefront II is also coming

Today EA Games announced the return of one of the brand's most important titles with the long-awaited sequel to Star Wars Battlefront. The game will only hit the public this fall, probably one or two ...

2017: video games for all tastes!

We say goodbye to the 2016 and greet the new year together, with some of the titles that will make their appearance during the 2017. The new year promises to be full of surprises and wonders on ...

Star Wars: Battlefront

 After several hours of gameplay on the title of Electronic Arts it's time to pull some money. It must be admitted that having a brand like Star Wars on your shoulders is at the same time a great ...

Ghostrunner 2 has been officially announced

505 Games has officially announced Ghostrunner 2, a sequel to the title made by One More Level. Ghostrunner is a first person action set in a ...

Pokémon, some US stores remove cards for security reasons

In the US, some chains have been forced to remove Pokémon cards from their stores for security reasons. The situation is slipping away from ...

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