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Monster Hunter Rise Capcom Nintendo Switch

Rumor - According to the leaks, Capcom will release Monster Hunter Rise also on PC

A few weeks ago we told you about the ransomware attack involving the Capcom database. According to a thread that appeared on ResetEra, the stolen information would have been published, revealing more details about the next releases of the ...
Resident Evil Village Capcom

Capcom was hit by a ransomware attack, hundreds of confidential files stolen

A few days ago we told you about the hacker attack that would have allowed the leak of the source code of Watch Dogs: Legion, today we talk about another attack against Capcom. This time, the ...

BloodRayne, full-bodied update for Terminal Cuts

After rising from the ashes a few months ago, the BloodRayne saga has received a substantial update for the remastered versions of its titles. These...

Starfield will be exclusive to Xbox and PC: confirmation comes from Jeff ...

Starfield will be an Xbox and PC exclusive. To confirm the hypothesis, rather accredited, the journalist Jeff Grubb thought about it with a post on the issue published ...

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