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NieR Automata is ready to return to a new mobile title

Good news for all NieR Automata lovers who miss their sexy darling (or rather, her sword): the Japanese division of Square-Enix has in fact opened a teaser site to announce ...
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GO Pokémon will soon allow exchanges and fights between coaches

More than a year has passed since the landing on the iOS App Store and the Android Play Store of Pokémon GO, the first augmented reality game dedicated to the creatures of Game Freak and ...

Next Month: what will we play in July 2017

Summer has enveloped us with its infernal hood (I haven't seen the thermometer below 27 degrees for over a week, not even at night) and because of this heat we can't ...
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Sega Forever: The retrogaming made by Sega landed on mobile

If remastered is the trend of the moment, retrogaming is a trend that never dies. While in recent weeks there are people who are opening a mortgage to buy one of the mini NES left on ...

Pokémon: Magikarp Jump! - Strong even without Gyarados

How to make a Pokémon, completely useless like Magikarp, at least vaguely bearable after so many years? I would say that they have succeeded and between the release of Switch and the next arrival of the highly anticipated legendaries on Pokémon Go, ...

Mafia III: Rivals coming in on iOS and Android

Today 2K Games announced that, in addition to the Mafia III project, the studio has continued the development of Mafia III: Rivals, a title that will arrive for free in conjunction with the launch of the game ...

Pokèmon Go - Italian release

Official guys, it's official, the Italian release for Pokèmon Go has been set for July 15th. It is not well understood whether the "plus" bracelet will go on sale at the same time as the launch of the application, which ...

PlayStation Games also on iOS and Android

Sony has announced the imminent arrival of the ForwardWorks division, effectively opening up to mobile. So even Sony, after Nintendo with Pokémon GO! and Miitomo, has decided to focus on platforms that have been attracting more and more players for some time. Being ...

The Singapore government noted the improvements at Ubisoft Singapore ...

Last summer, a Kotaku report focusing on ill-treatment within Ubisoft Singapore mobilized the investigation of the Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment ...

Free is Beautiful - DAEMON X MACHINA

This week's free Epic Games Store offer invites you to soar through the skies of a ruined world, inside your mecha unit ....

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