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Blair Witch - Review

The most disturbing horrors lurk in our mind. Lulled by an imaginary with infinite potential, they fertilize in the womb of the psyche, scratch and scratch the wall of reality, taking us to the abyss of madness. The...
Dead Island 2 the odyssey continues

Dead Island 2 - The odyssey continues

THQ Nordic announced during its quarterly report on financial profits that Dead Island 2 is still under development. The publisher stated that the game was not canceled but is ...
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Creature Hunt - Review

"Oh my God I heard something ..." (cit.) You know those broadcasts on DMAX focused on the hunt for ghosts, spirits, poltergeists, aliens, occult presences of old spinster deaths because you are spiked with the Singer's needle. ..

Dollhouse will be released on PC on May 24

The SOEDESCO software house has announced that Dollhouse, a psychological first-person survival-horror, will be released on PC on May 24. To celebrate this announcement, the development team has also released a trailer that you can ...

Announced Agony for PC, PS4 and Xbox One

I swear I don't take you for a ride, today I propose something that might seem random, but let's go with order. And please no comments on the featured image, we all know what it looks like ...

Electronic Arts, the NFL and the NFLPA Announce a Groundbreaking Multi-Year ...

EA SPORTS Madden NFL is the Exclusive Football Simulation Game; EA SPORTS, NFL and NFLPA To Partner on New Games, New Genres, esports and ...

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, release date revealed

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition finally has a European release date thanks to a new trailer released by Square Enix. After the postponement immediately ...

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