Tetris 99 "battle royale" is free on Switch

A new Tetris was announced during yesterday's Nintendo Direct. This new multi-player chapter is called Tetris 99, but it has already been ...

Free is nice: Axiom Verge

Axiom Verge is the new game offered for free on the Epic Game Store. For those not familiar, the title is a Metroidvania with 16-bit graphics inspired ...

Free is Beautiful: Crackdown

To celebrate the upcoming release of Crackdown 3, Microsoft has decided to offer the first chapter of the series for free. The offer is limited to Xbox 360 owners ...

Apex Legends, battle royale from the creators of Titanfall, is already a ...

The rumors were true. Apex Legends, free-to-play battle royale set in the Titanfall universe, was released yesterday. Despite having just been revealed, ...

Free is Beautiful: Kholat

Kholat, exploratory horror adventure narrated by Sean Bean, is free on Steam for a limited time. https://twitter.com/kholatgame/status/1091388590460948480 More specifically, Kholat is a walking simulator ...

Free is nice: Assassin's Creed Chronicles China

Ubisoft has launched a series of offers on its digital store and is giving away Assassin's Creed Chronicles China. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWs6pIOT1o8 "Offers for the new lunar year" are ...

Free is nice: The Jackbox Party Pack

What to say, it looks like December's 24 and instead it's January. After the Humble Bundle that gives us Deponia: The Complete Journey, ...

Free is beautiful: Deponia: The Complete Journey

It's time to scrounge! Of course, we're not talking about champagne and caviar, but a free game is always a game ...

In the Valley of Gods, the development of the game is still

In the Valley of Gods, the next game in progress at the Campo Santo studio, unfortunately, sees its development suspended. Through a declaration given ...

Cyberpunk 2077: the cover of the artbook shows us a first look at ...

In the past on Amazon.us the official Cyberpunk 2077 artbook was put on sale, showing us for the first time a look at the map ...

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