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E3 2019 - Nintendo unveils the program

Missing a little less than a month from the beginning of E3, the most awaited videogame event by gamers. Nintendo, like every year, seems to be ready to attend the event and has published its programs ...
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Dying Light 2 will be present at the E3 2019

Techland has announced that Dying Light 2 will be present at the E3 2019. The team said that during the event it will show what it calls its most ambitious project to date. Probably a ...
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Square Enix reveals its plans for its showcase at the E3 2019

Square Enix returns to the E3 with a showcase and, hopefully, juicy previews and ads to put in the spotlight. Today, the company has revealed the date and time it will be possible to follow its ...

Bethesda reveals the date of her showcase at the E3 2019

The E3 2019 is just around the corner and Bethesda announced its conference date. 9 June will be held on Sunday at 17: 30. PST (01: 30 of Monday 10 June). Bethesda invites fans to follow ...

E3 2019, Limited Run Games will be present with a conference

There are still a few months to go before E3, the most awaited videogame trade fair from players around the world. Limited Run Games, through a message, confirmed that this year it is planning a conference to be held in ...

Sony says goodbye to E3, it will not participate in the 2019 edition

The E3 is no longer what it used to be, this is clear. The rise of the internet and the increasingly frequent videogame events during the year have taken away importance from the Los Angeles fair, so much so that already ...

The big absentees of Nintendo's E3

The controversy regarding the virtually mono-themed Nintendo Direct dedicated to Super Smash Bros. during the last E3 did not abate, especially considering the great absentees of the show, which many looked forward to. To this...

Square Enix has just trolled us

Sorry for the slightly polemical title, but as a gamer I really feel like I'm in the back of a house like Square Enix that I've always loved. These days we have already seen some nice conferences like ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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