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Kingdom Hearts 3 - Critical mode arrives

A new update for Kingdom Hearts 3 has been released today. It finally adds the critical mode within the game. As IGN has previously reminded us, the critical mode of the previous Kingdom Hearts simply consisted of a ...

Mortal Kombat 11 - Review

I will grow up, happy for the netherealm I will go It was the year 1993, and a good day in the newsstands I saw this black logo where stood a dragon wrapped between two lightning bolts. The design fascinated me, left me like ...

The Sims 4, mouse and keyboard arrive on console

The Sims 4 can now be played with mouse and keyboard even on consoles. Eletronic Arts has released a patch for the game that introduces support for popular PC devices on Ps4 and Xbox ...
Capcom new announcement

Capcom - Big announcement scheduled for today

Yesterday Capcom, both on his Facebook and Twitter accounts, posted a mysterious teaser with "Here comes a new challenger" written on it. Announcement that, as stated in the post ...
Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Mortal Kombat Trilogy - Delete the remaster

The guys at Blind Squirrel Games, among others, Borderlands Enhanced and the BioShock Collection, were working on a remastered version of Mortal Kombat Trilogy. At least according to what was stated by Danny Huynh (one ...

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Hacker discovers a cut dialogue and an alternative system ...

Repeatedly dying in Sekiro brings the characters we meet to fall ill with a mysterious disease, the Dragon's Sick. During the game, it is possible to cure this mysterious illness of each character through recovery amulets ...

Ace Combat 7 - Review

Jane Soldier Reporting Imagine you are a Japanese Maverick test tube raised in a family of four generations of pilots and representing your country in a kind of war-like retaliation ...
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Sony stopped transferring characters to PC in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 was the first chapter of the saga to be released also on PC. Coming out almost two months later than the PS4 / Xbox One version, many avid gamers thought (hoped) they could play first on ...

Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered on Switch

Thanks to KAIKO, a German development studio, Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered will be coming to Switch! The Re-Mars-Tered edition, already available for PS4, Xbox One and ...

Year 1800 - Review

Industrial revolution to revolutionize the genre? The kind of real-time strategy on PC is not experiencing a truly rosy phase. I'm...

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