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The Fortnite case - The judge does not grant further compensation to Apple

The Fortnite case, the legal battle that broke out over the past summer and which sees Epic Games and Apple opposing continues. This time, however, the technology giant has seen its ...

Crash Bandicoot, a mobile title coming in 2021

Crash Bandicoot is preparing to land on smartphones in the spring of 2021 with a new dedicated chapter. Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, this is the official title, is a game made by King (creators of ...

Apple has second thoughts: reopen the doors to cloud gaming

In recent weeks, the discussion on Apple's App Store measures deemed too restrictive for cloud gaming has been held. Especially from Microsoft, which had raised its voice after giving up on bringing ...
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Epic Games vs Apple: Fortnite loses 60% of its players

Let's go back to the Epic vs Apple case. After the removal of Fortnite from the App Store and Google Play, Epic seems to have taken a hit too many, losing more than 60% of the players connected to the ...
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Apple case - Microsoft and Forza Mobile are also at risk

The controversy around Apple and Epic Games is an incessant back and forth between threats, accusations and mockery. However, the story linked to the Unreal Engine does not cause headaches only to the software house ...
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Fortnite - The #FreeFortnite tournament starts

The Epic case against Apple shows no sign of abating, indeed. After the ban of Fortnite from the App Store and the end of the Unreal Engine support on Mac / iOS, the giant uses its Battle Royale to ...
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Danganronpa 2 is available for iOS and Android

Yesterday 20 August was the release day of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition, but not only in Japan. Last night Spike Chunsoft confirmed the release of the game worldwide ...
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Fortnite - Epic Games rebels against Apple's policies, war begins

Epic Games is no stranger to coming into conflict with other companies, but this time it may have gone further, rebelling against nothing less than Apple and its in-game purchasing policy. The result?...

Dragon Quest of the Stars available now on mobile devices

Dragon Quest of the Stars, mobile title of the historic Square Enix saga, is now also available in Italy. Are you ready for this new adventure? The aim of the game will be the exploration of a planet, with a lot ...

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, ...

Square Enix - [Cross], new patch for KH Union X

After the 23 March Square Enix released the new Kingdom Hearts Union X update in Japan without leaving information on the date of the possible landing in Europe, today it was ...
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Scavenger duels

When I was in 2015 at the Collision Conference in Las Vegas looking for new interesting titles to review, even for mobile devices, Scavenger Duels struck me in a particular way for the beauty of the design ...

Blizzard is losing millions of players but the gains continue to ...

Activision Blizzard's latest financial results revealed a steady loss of players. Two million people have abandoned the games of ...

Apex Legends once again beats its player record

Online multiplayer titles usually tend to progressively lose some of their playerbase over time. This, apart from a few rare exceptions, is ...

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