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Samurai Showdown will be released for Ps4 and One in June of the 2019

Samurai Showdown will be released in June for Ps4 and One and at the end of the year for ...

The release of Samurai Showdown will differ from platform to platform. For PS4 and One, for example, will be released first (expected in June of this year), the output for Switch instead will see the light of the last quarter of the 2019 ....

Lost Ember coming in July 19

Mooneye Studios has announced that their Lost Ember title will be available for Ps4, XboxOne, Switch and PC 19 July. It is an adventure and exploration game in the third person, strongly focused on ...
Kotal Kahn new ranged attack.

MK11: trailer with Kotal Kahn and Jacqui Bridges

Netheralm has recently released a trailer featuring Kotal Kahn and Jacqui Birdges. Both characters, introduced in the last episode of the saga, are thus confirmed in the Mortal Kombat 11 roster. The...
Cuphead

Cuphead also coming to Nintendo Switch

During Nindies Direct, a show dedicated to the indie world coming to Nintendo Switch, the arrival of Cuphead was also announced.
Castle Crashers Remastered

Castle Crashers Remastered for Ps4 and Switch

Castle Crashers Remastered is out for Ps4 and Switch. After 11 years the famous title of the Indie The Behemoth software house, will see the light in a remastered version both for the Sony monolith and ...

Braveland Trilogy - Review

Braveland Trilogy is a strategic turn-based RPG with cartoon graphics, porting for Nintendo Switch of the three titles in this series (Braveland, Braveland Pirate and Braveland Wizard) already released on PC between 2014 and ...

Is Gearbox trolling us?

The 28 March Gearbox Software promised us a great announcement and everyone is thinking about what I'm thinking. No, it's not a slice of nutella tart, but Borderlands 3. And if instead ...

Even Nintendo arrives in the world of VR, but in its own way

The Toycon # 4 VR Kit was announced this morning and the April 12 will arrive. The set consists of a pair of glasses that hold Nintendo Switch and allow you to watch it ...

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