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The Wonderful 101: Remastered - Review

Make yourself comfortable and let's talk a little bit about Kickstarter, would you like to? In 2013, the crowdfunding platform caused a sensation in the gaming sector after Keiji Inafune, a former Capcom employee, managed to obtain the necessary support ...

The Wonderful 101, frame rate issues for the Nintendo Switch version

The Wonderful 101 was certainly not a fluency champion already in the times of Nintendo Wii U. Although the performances were at the most satisfactory times, the frames per second were not very stable wandering around ...
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The Wonderful 101: Remastered, physical edition postponed

The Platinum Games guys have been forced to announce the postponement of the retail edition of The Wonderful 101: Remastered. This postponement of the launch is valid for both the Nintendo Switch version and ...
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The Wonderful 101 may receive a sequel

The Wonderful 101 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC is now reality. After the excellent kickstarter campaign, Platinum Games plans on the brand seem to be remarkable. Reportedly during an interview, ...
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The Wonderful 101, the Nintendo IP could also arrive on other consoles

That Platinum Games is trying to make us understand its will to propose The Wonderful 101 is now clear. Just through a Tweet we see Hideki Kamiya's portrait in a photo that leaves little space ...

Minecraft Dungeons - The first DLC and cross-platform are coming soon

Mojang Studios has just confirmed the release date and further details on the first DLC for Minecraft Dungeon, the spin-off in salsa dungeon crawler ...

Half-Life: Alyx - The completely VR-Less mod arrives

If you remember, in the last month Valve has offered Half-Life: Alyx players additional tools for the development of the mods to be shared in the Steam Workshop section ....

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