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Two new models for Nintendo Switch

The "The Wall Street Journal", a newspaper with a daily circulation of around 2 million copies, has published an article stating that Nintendo is planning to market TWO new models ...

The acclaimed Dead Cells exceeds one million copies sold

During an interview with GDC 2019, independent Motion Twin developers revealed that their Dead Cells have passed the milestone of one million copies sold. The action with roguelite and metroidvania elements ...

Person 5R: Atlus will announce important news on the title tomorrow

In the past few hours Atlus Japan has announced that important news regarding Persona 5R will be announced tomorrow. This new edition of the game, scheduled for later this year on the Japanese market, ...

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy Of The Duelist: Link Evolution arrives on Switch this summer

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy Of The Duelist is available for Ps4, XboxOne and Steam, but is also about to debut on Nintendo Switch, with the title of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy Of The Duelist: Link Evolution. This version will bring with ...

Gearbox suggests the arrival of something related to Bulletstorm or Duke Nukem

Gearbox, after suggesting the arrival of Borderlands 3 and Borderlands 2 on Nintendo Switch, returns to publish a teaser, this time much easier to crack. The software house has posted on Twitter ...

Tetris 99 also wins over legendary Hideki Kamiya, director of RE2 and Devil May ...

Tetris 99, Battle Royale declination of the historic brick game, has won tens of thousands of fans in the first few weeks since its launch, including the name of the legendary Hideki Kamiya. The...

Nintendo Switch: Four free-to-play titles that are worth playing

Surely the choice of titles you can buy on Switch is not lacking, but there are also some free ones that have nothing to envy them. And many of them are not affected by the plague ...
Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission is the new chapter of the Dragonball Heroes card-game coming out for Switch and Pc. Thanks to a roster of 350 fighters, you can play the role of a Super ...

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