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Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard

Harry Potter: United Wizards - New video

Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard, free-to-play augmented reality game inspired by Wizarding World, shows itself in a new video. The game Co-published and co-developed by Niantic and WB Games San Francisco, ...
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Sengoku Basara arrives on smartphone

For those not familiar, Sengoku Basara is an anime based on Capcom's video game Devil Kings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od5pOw6y2a0 The same Capcom has announced that it is developing Sengoku Basara: Battle Party, the first smartphone game of the franchise ....
Dead Cells

Dead Cells also arrives on mobile

Dead Cells, the roguevania action developed by Motion Twin, also arrives on smartphones with a new mobile-friendly interface.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades - Early Access for everyone

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is finally available to everyone. News that will surely delight all those who have been longing for the aforementioned Bethesda title for months. The game is still in Early Access, but not only ...
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Samsung challenges Apple Arcade

Samsung is about to introduce a new subscription service for games. The main purpose is obviously to compete with Apple Arcade. Perhaps a new patent and a related story to follow. As reported ...
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades ranks first in the iOS app store downloads

The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a new mobile title dedicated to the historic Bethesda brand, has been officially released a few days ago on Android and iOS systems, and is already ranked first ...

The Elder Scrolls: Blades, tried Bethedsa's mobile game

The Elder Scrolls: Blades has recently been released on iOS and Android and we got to try it. Here are our impressions.

Will Nintendo launch its own gaming smartphone?

According to some sources, Nintendo has made contact with some manufacturers to enter the world of gaming smartphones.

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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