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Overwatch, version 1.45 could bring several changes to the goal

Overwatch, one of the most important ip of Blizzard has not seen a substantial update for several months, but things could change. Apparently Overwatch isn't getting new content or updates in the meta from ...

Nintendo Switch reaches sales of Xbox One, but in half the time

According to some analysts, Nintendo Switch reached and surpassed Xbox One sales in half the time the Microsoft console took us.
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Super Lucky's Tale, Playfull Studio is dwindling staff

Super Lucky's Tale, the game developed by Playfull Studios seems to be facing a hard time and we find out with a letter that appeared on the site. Co-founders Paul and Kate Bettner said the decision ...
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Metro Exodus, official the release date of the second DLC

Metro Exodus: La Storia di Sam, the second DLC dedicated to the latest work of the boys of 4A Games, has a release date. DeepSilver has made official and scheduled the day when this additional content will be available ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown places, hostile and full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all found space within the videogame transpositions. It's definitely not a new topic, ...

Fortnite, Season 2 date leaked

This first season of opening the new chapter of Fortnite has certainly been very long-lived. Epic Games has announced in recent days the end of the current season, set for the first of February, but ...

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 ...

Ubisoft discounts many games on the Nintendo Switch eShop

Buying games on Nintendo consoles is never a trivial matter. The titles dedicated to the consoles of the Kyoto company devalue very rarely, ...

Activision joins YouTube: exclusivity agreement for live shows

A few months ago, Activision announced the end of the collaboration with Twitch and Amazon for the streaming coverage of their most important events such as ...

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