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NintE3, we discover the online event dedicated to the world of Nintendo

In the wake of the enthusiasm generated by the two previous editions, the Italian communities dedicated to Nintendo brands meet to give life to the third appointment on the NintenTV platform, born last March to gather for the ...
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World of Warships raised $ 100.000 for charity

There are several realities in the world of video games that deal with charity. These include Stack Up, an organization that raises funds for war veterans. In early 2020, Stack Up joined ...

Bethesda and other games industry companies come together in support of the red cross

Bethesda Softworks, CD PROJEKT RED, Logitech, Milestone, MSI and Koch Media join forces at this time of national alert due to the coronavirus outbreak to support the Italian Red Cross and the constant ...

Bungie raised $ XNUMX million for "Guardians for Australia"

The Bungie Foundation is pleased to announce that, thanks to its Guardians for Australia t-shirt program, it has raised $ 1 million USD (US dollars, approximately 1,6 million Australian dollars) to support ...
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EVE Online players have raised over $ 100.000 for the emergency in Australia

New shredded spaceships, huge free-for-all fights in space, streamers eating spicy chicken wings. These and other unlikely events punctuated the PLEX for Good event, organized by EVE Online ...

Fallout 76 gives itself to charity

Bethesda has decided to devote itself to social issues with its highly anticipated new title Fallout 76. In fact, the software house has decided to donate all proceeds from the sale on iTunes, starting from 4 ...

The Accattino and the best charity Bundle for years!

Accattino is back again. I tell you right away, this time you have to shell out, and even $ 30, but. Yes, there is an MA as big as a house, the proceeds from this Humble Bundle will be donated entirely to charity, already ...

Biomutant, patch 1.5 available

Experimet 101 released patch 1.5 for Biomutant, an action-rpg that landed on PS4, Xbox One and PC last May. The development team has ...

Baldur's Gate 3 will not be exiting Early Access in the course of 2021

In the past few hours Swen Vincke, founder of Larian Studios, has released an interesting interview regarding the future of Baldur's Gate 3 and the plans of the ...

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