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Shakedown Hawaii - Review

Want to find out how it feels to run a bankrupt company? In Shakedown Hawaii, you can live it. To do so, however, I immediately warn you, you find yourself having to get your hands dirty.

Super Mario Maker 2 - let's discover all the news from Nintendo Direct

Nintendo Direct on Super Mario Maker 2 has just ended and there have been plenty of game news. The Kyoto industry has indeed revealed some details about the title coming ...

LEGO DC Super-Villains - the Young Justice animated series package is available

In today's day Warner Bros. Interactive has released the LEGO DC Super-Villains level and characters package, as we can see from the following release. Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released the level and character package ...
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Super Mario Maker 2 star of a new Nintendo Direct

Nintendo has announced a new Direct coming exclusively dedicated to Super Mario Maker 2 for Nintendo Switch, the night between Wednesday and Thursday.

Puyo Puyo Champions is now available on all devices

A few days ago we announced the arrival of Puyo Puyo Champions. Today, a press release warns us that the title is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. Puyo Puyo ...

Devil May Cry, Capcom announced the first chapter for Nintendo Switch

Like a bolt from the blue, Capcom has announced that the first Devil May Cry will arrive this summer on Nintendo Switch.

The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse arrives on Nintendo Switch

A Salima press release tells us that The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse is also available on Nintendo Switch. The onebitbeyond developer and Devolver Digital are proud to announce that The Swords of Ditto: ...

Oninaki brings light and darkness to Watchers, Linne and the evil Night Devil

Square Enix Ltd. has published more details on the characters of Oninaki, the next action-RPG developed by the talented Tokyo RPG Factory team. In Oninaki, players take on the role of Kagachi, a young Watcher ...

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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