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Person Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth - assemble your Dream Team to defeat the ...

A press release from Koch Media tells us about Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, title released on Nintendo 3DS on June 4. Person Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be available for Nintendo 3DS the 4 ...
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Nintendo publishes last quarter sales data: good hardware, exceptional software

Time of numbers from the various software houses and, among these, Nintendo could not be missing. The Kyoto House comes from a positive period thanks to Nintendo Switch and, even if there are not ...

Nintendo is uncertain about the future of 3DS after Switch's success

After the incredible success of Nintendo Switch and the progressive shifting of developers to this console, Nintendo is worried about the future of its small portable console, the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has ...

A new Metroid in sight?

The E3 2017 has sanctioned the return of a great franchise like that of Metroid, both in its portable version with Metroid: Samus Returns (already published last year on 3DS) and, above all, Metroid Prime ...

Finally a date for Detective Pikachu

As usual, the location of some games from Japan makes us suffer, as in the case of Detective Pikachu for 3DS, launched in the Rising Sun last year but until today without a date ...

Pornhub reveals the most used consoles to access its red-light content

The multimedia station par excellence is the PC, it's true, but in recent years the consoles have made a great leap forward by not limiting themselves only to the gaming function. Thanks to the built-in browser ...

Black Friday Week on Amazon - 21 November

Now even the stones know that Black Friday is coming, but Amazon anticipates and begins to put so much interesting stuff on offer. Here is a list of the most interesting products for ...
Mario Party the Top 100

Mario Party: The Top 100 will make us entertain you sooner than expected

We often hear news of games that are postponed due to various problems encountered by the developers, but the announcement of a software house regarding the early release of one of its games is much more rare, which will happen ...

Free is nice - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

It's relatively late but we can't wait any longer to give you one of the best Free is always Beautiful. For a limited period of time ...

The real and the virtual meet at IBC2019 Awards

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # IBC2019 - The IBC2019 Awards saw recognition for the real - in terms of socially responsible projects and charitable bodies - and the virtual, including ...

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