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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night - release date on all devices revealed

Today, 505 Games has unveiled the release dates (both for digital and physical editions) of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night for all devices, as we can see from the following ...

GC 2018- Control of Remedy transports you into a fascinating and scary world

Remedy Entertainment is a software house that has accustomed us to titles of great impact, accompanied by complex and striking stories, at the height of action films: just think of Alan Wake, Maxy Payne and ...

GC 2018 - Bloodstained: Ritual of The Night put us to the test

At gamescom we were able to play the Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night demo, a title developed thanks to a successful Kickstarter. Many players have financially supported the project, probably thanks to the guarantee ...

Payday 2: The Big Score announced for PS4 and Xbox One

505 Games announced 2 Payday: The Big Score for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, confirming recent rumors concerning the revised version of the Overkill Software title. Basically we are talking about a definitive edition of ...

Announced Payday 3

Overkill Software is working on Payday 3, it was announced by Starbreeze who obtained the rights to the game. 505 Games will earn 33% profits up to a maximum of 40 million ...

Summary: Parimatch makes a declaration of intent related to the ...

KIEV, Ukraine - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Following the signing of Law No. 2285-d by President Volodymyr Zelenskyi legalizing the gambling industry in ...

Xbox Series X, release scheduled for November

Despite the bad news of the postponement of Halo Infinite to 2021, comes the small consolation of the announcement that Xbox Series X will be launched during the ...

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