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Temtem

Temtem will increase in price as development progresses

Temtem, a new PC MMO clearly inspired by Pokémon, has just been released in Early Access on Steam. The game, which costs 31 euros, allows you to capture, train and fight your own Temtem ...
Half Life Collection

Free is Beautiful - Half Life Collection

A new chapter of the Half Life series is about to arrive, although it is not the third as hoped by all the players of the original series. So to celebrate the arrival of Half Life: Alyx, Valve ...

Free is Beautiful - Merry Snowballs

On Steam you can redeem Merry Snowballs for free, a festive-style game that combines fun with healthy competition.
Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto IV, Rockstar explains why it was removed from Steam

GTA IV has recently disappeared from the list of games on sale on Steam and many users are wondering why? Rockstar now explains why. If you were among those who wanted to recover Grand Theft Auto ...
Temtem

Temtem, the new trailer shows the social elements of the game

Temtem, the game that allows us to capture and fight in a similar way to Pokémon, comes with a trailer that shows the social features. Who among you hasn't heard of Temtem? The...

GTA 4, the acclaimed Rockstar title is no longer available on Steam

The Steam page of Grand Theft Auto 4 no longer allows you to purchase the game, even if there is no explanation as to why. GTA Vice City disappeared from the market for a short time ...

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - PC version deletes the rescue files of ...

Some of those who ventured into the Monster Hunter World DLC, Iceborne, found themselves rescuing the game. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne was released on PC last night. Despite the ...

Gray Zone: A new sci-fi RTS for 2020

Eastwork Studios, Slovak software house, has announced the release of Gray Zone, an RTS with a strong narrative component. The title will arrive next year, starting in March but in the Early Acess guise. Set hundreds ...

Netflix is ​​working on an anime feature film from The Witcher

In the past few minutes Netflix has announced that an animated feature film by The Witcher is officially in production. At the moment we don't have many details in ...

Scopely to Acquire FoxNext Games from The Walt Disney Company

Acquisition brings top-grossing mobile game MARVEL Strike Force to Scopely's diverse portfolioLOS ANGELES & BURBANK, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Scopely, a leading company in the fast-growing mobile ...

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