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Temtem, here is the table with the weaknesses for each type

Temtem is not a particularly complex game. The clear derivation from a well-established subgenre and the open inspiration to the games of the Pokémon brand make it a title far from difficult to access. Seen though ...

Resident Evil 3, the European Collector's Edition unveiled

Through the official Twitter profile, Capcom has revealed the content of the Collector's Edition of Resident Evil 3 dedicated to the European market. The edition in question will be contained in a box with features of a casket and ...

Disintegration, a video reveals the date to participate in the beta

Private Division and V1 Interactive have released a new Disintegration trailer to present the multiplayer beta technique to be held next week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vmDVqv_cH0&feature=youtu.be The private beta of the new subjective shooter developed by the co-creator ...
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, EA shows the gameplay

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Respawn had to convince Lucasfilm to make the game

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest Respawn effort released on consoles and PC. Many liked the game, but Lucasfilm wasn't convinced of the result. We learn about the behind the scenes ...
Tekken 7 Frostpunk SAO

Tekken 7, Frostpunk and SAO join the Game Pass

Microsoft announced other titles coming to the Xbox Game Pass in January. Unfortunately, at the moment, the titles are intended only for users of the console service. PC players are therefore excluded, which ...

LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga is "a dream" on Nintendo Switch

During Microsoft's E3 conference, in the midst of titles that certainly attracted the most attention, LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga was presented, which should arrive on all platforms in the course ...
Batman: The Telltale Series

Batman: The Telltale Series may soon receive a new DLC

Over the past few weeks a now-canceled statement released by publisher Athlon Games has revealed the existence of a new edition for Batman: The Telltale Series, along with a previously unpublished DLC that would be ...

The final name of the Xbox Scarlett will be its main function

Phil Spencer has stated that the final name of the Xbox Scarlett, currently a codename, will represent the main feature of the console.

Nintendo Wii U, a new title coming soon

Two years have now passed since Nintendo's official discontinuation of Wii U. In the last period there have been two games ...

theScore Secures Market Access for Mobile Sports Betting in Colorado

TORONTO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # media - Score Media and Gaming Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) ("theScore") is pleased to announce that it has secured market access to offer mobile sports ...

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