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Gamindo

Gamindo, the (Italian) platform that allows us to donate video games

After the day, we are happy to bring to your attention another very Italian and equally fascinating project: Gamindo! After months of development and testing, the platform is finally online and downloadable by everyone. But what is it ...

Pokemon Home - New details and screenshots emerged

With the official launch window scheduled for February 2020, Pokemon Home seems to be really upon us. If you want to know more before the official release, you can take a look at the information shared by the media ...
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Facebook - Messenger is integrated back into the social network app

If on the one hand Facebook intends to bring all its cross-platform instant messaging services together in a single app, on the other hand it wants to reintegrate Messenger in the application of its social network, as it was a ...
Sonic

Sonic again on smartphones? (Unless Mario Run's end is done)

We talk about rumor and as such you have to take it. That said, the coincidences that make it a plausible hypothesis are there and must be taken into consideration. It all starts in 2014 with this thread where a user stated that ...
Mario Run

Super Mario Run: Bad News (<3)

Apparently, after the halved sales of COD, it seems that our "macumbe" really have an effect: victim this time Super Mario Run, the well-known Nintendo app we talked about (badly) in a previous article. What to say,...

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 ...

Microsoft will stop offering refunds for Cyberpunk 2077 starting from ...

After the return of Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store just a couple of days ago, Microsoft also decided to change its ...

Activision shareholders disagree on how much to pay the ...

In recent weeks, Activision Blizzard has submitted to its shareholders a document that each company submits annually to its board of directors: the say ...

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