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Vampyr is coming to Nintendo Switch

Vampyr, DONTNOD's Action-RPG with a powerful narrative component, will come to the 29 2019 on the Nintendo hybrid console. Wake up in the London of 1918 as Jonathan Reid, a neo-vampire who is ...

Focus Home records a record fiscal year thanks to Vampyr and Farming Simulator ...

In the past few hours, the publisher Focus Home Interactive has announced the results achieved by the company during the fiscal year just closed. The revenues achieved in the 2018-2019 have registered the historical record to the company, which ...
Call of Cthulhu announced for Switch

Call of Cthulhu announced for Nintendo Switch

French publisher Focus Home Interactive has announced that investigative RPG Call of Cthulhu will also arrive on Nintendo Switch. The title is based on the homonymous paper copy and is considered very faithful to the ...

Vampyr finally has a release date on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC

The Dontnod Entertainment software house, within the fourth episode of its web series Stories from the Dark, has released a new video dedicated to Vampyr's gameplay as well as finally communicating the release date ...

Vampyr, nothing DLC ​​for RPG developed by Dontnod

The development of DLC has become a standard for most video games these days, but a title that won't have it (unless the plans change) is the new ...

HyperX Announces New Impact DDR4 SODIMM Memory Amid Record Levels of ...

Powerful SODIMM Performance Memory Enhances PCs for Working, Schooling or Gaming From HomeFOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - As households across the nation continue to work from ...

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance is nearly complete

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance, the latest expansion planned for Edmund McMillen's roguelike title, could finally reach its gold stage according to a new post by the author ...

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