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Rage 2 - Review

Drive, shoot, jump and hit. Rage 2 has arrived a little less than a week: has it succeeded where its predecessor has failed? I remind you that the version of the game tried is the one for ...

Rage 2 - available in stores today

Bethesda, through a press release, tells us that Rage 2 is now available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 from today. Let the madness begin! RAGE 2 is now available worldwide for ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will have a level design inspired by Dishonored

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is undoubtedly a break with the past for the Wolfenstein franchise. The new chapter of the series reboot, in fact, will be a co-op in which we will play as Blazkowicz's daughters, at ...
2 Rage

Rage 2 - Watch the launch trailer

Missing just now at the exit of Rage 2. The Bethesda shooter, which is so much talked about, shows itself in all its glory in a brand new launch trailer. In the video,...
RANGE 2

RAGE 2 - Ten things to know before the game is released

RAGE 2 is now around the corner. The second title of the Bethesda series will be published in a week, get ready!
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades - Early Access for everyone

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is finally available to everyone. News that will surely delight all those who have been longing for the aforementioned Bethesda title for months. The game is still in Early Access, but not only ...
Year of DOOM

Doom - On the occasion of the 25 years of the Bethesda saga rewards you with ...

On the occasion of the 25 years of Doom, Bethesda intends to reward all those who are registered at the slayers club, as well as with unlockable items, but above all with the extraction of fantastic prizes, such as: t-shirts, ...

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr - upcoming Zombi, Atronach of the Meat and Colossi ...

A Bethesda press release warns us of some new threats coming up on The Elder Scrolls Online. In Elsweyr it rains in the wet. Dragons were not enough to threaten from above in the new chapter of ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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