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DOOM 64 has been announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

After confirming that Eternal was postponed until next spring, Bethesda announced that DOOM 64 will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. "We are adding DOOM 64 as a pre-order bonus for Eternal on ...
Fallout Legacy Collection

Fallout Legacy Collection - Will arrive in just two countries

Fallout is coming back with the Fallout Legacy Collection, which is a PC collection of all the titles in the saga released so far, apart from Fallout 76. If you miss reliving emotions, choices and ...
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Amazon.de has listed an imaginary Fallout Legacy Collection coming up for the end of ...

In the last few hours on Amazon.de the possibility of pre-ordering the Fallout Legacy Collection, a bundle containing all singleplayer Fallouts published before Fallout 76, has been added. Bethesda has not yet officially announced ...

Milan Games Week 2019, Bethesda will be present with Doom Eternal

Bethesda, today, has officially announced its presence at the Milan Games Week 2019 (2 pavilion), the now traditional and iconic Italian event to be held, in that of Milan, by 27 ...

Bethesda has made Fallout players pay $ 7 for a refrigerator ...

Fallout 76 has been one of Bethesda's biggest stumbles in recent years, and although the controversy seems to have been diminished, the game is back in the limelight (in a negative sense), this time for ...
DOOM Eternal

[gamescom 2019] Eternal DOOM - Proven

We are at gamescom in Cologne and the commitments never end. Among the many tested games, we had the chance to get our hands on an exclusive demo of the long awaited Eternal DOOM. A...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood - Review

INTRODUCTION Wolfenstein is, without any doubt, one of my favorite sagas of all time. You want it because it's the shooter par excellence, you want it because it's part of the video game story, you want it because it's the perfect simulator of ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Here are the system requirements of Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Missing just over a month to the debut of Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the next chapter in the reboot of the beloved franchise. The video game represents a break from its three predecessors: it will be a co-op in which we will play ...

Resident Evil 7 will have a prequel, but it's not like it ...

Capcom has announced a prequel for Resident Evil 7, but this will be exclusive to a Japanese and virtual reality game room.

Guilty Gear - New trailer for Axl Low and six characters ...

Arc System Works' famous anime fighter is coming back. After the success of Dragonball FighterZ, the software house returns to its product ...

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