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Wolfenstein II

Wolfenstein II for Nintendo Switch is under development and Bethesda expects big things ...

After the ports of DOOM and Skyrim, another great title is coming to Nintendo Switch, this time less dated than the two aforementioned titles: the excellent Wolfenstein II, available for a few months ...

Gunslinger Joe has arrived, the first DLC episode for Wolfenstein II

A month ago, Bethesda unveiled its ambitious plans for a tetralogy of narrative DLCs that would expand the story of Wolfenstein II, a series called "The Freedom Chronicles". The first of these ...

Bethesda offers a demo of The Evil Within 2 on Steam

Two months after the official launch, The Evil Within 2 now has a free demo on Steam, and the game itself is discounted by 50% - but only up to 19 ...

Wolfenstein II unveils its plans and launch dates of four ...

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has only been out for a few weeks, but Bethesda is already working on a series of DLCs - four, to be precise. If the basic game, like his ...

LA Noire is too big for Nintendo Switch

Many of you will know LA Noire, a beautiful game from Rockstar Games released in 2011. The game is coming to Nintendo Switch but with a big problem. In fact, the eShop version of LA Noire for ...
Wolfenstein

System Requirements for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

On Friday 27th October, BJ Blazkowicz will continue his crusade against the Wehrmacht in the bloody Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. For those of you who can't wait to go back and shoot hordes of ...
Steam

The USA defeats neo-Nazism on Steam, at least for the time being

History repeats itself, thankfully only through the internet: the United States of America is defeating the nascent neo-Nazis, groups that have once again taken hold since the election of Donald Trump as the new president and that are ...
Wolfenstein II

Wolfenstein II: 9 new ways to cool the Nazis

The last article on Wolfenstein II brought together many idiots who did not hesitate a second to answer "present" to the call of the demented. The discomfort reached in the comments was superb, so here we go ...
Wolfenstein

The Grinder with Bethesda and Wolfenstein: hard-nosed against the Nazis (not only ...

Played, I admit it, with extreme delay compared to its release date, the Wolfenstein saga has entered a straight leg among my favorites. I certainly don't have to explain the ...
Skyrim

Skyrim: Survival Mode arrives

The time has come for Skyrim to modernize too. Players are no longer enough to play ... they have also had to "survive" for some time. Survival which, in my opinion, mitigates the growing ...
DOOM

Bethesda ends the DOOM frame rates on Switch

After the first previews of DOOM for Nintendo Switch released on the web, there were many conflicting opinions on the frames per second of which the version of the game Bethesda for the Japanese hybrid console could boast; ...
DOOM

DOOM for Switch is specially developed for the Nintendo console

During the last Direct that aired a few days ago, Nintendo announced the arrival of two great third-party titles, more specifically Bethesda: Wolfenstein 2 and the much appreciated DOOM, the undisputed king of shooters ....

E3 2017 - Dates, times and main guests

You know that famous video game fair? E3? The acronym does not stand for Eddaje, Ennamo, Eccoce but for Electronic Entertainment Expo. Precisely the 3 E, although the true meaning is the one mentioned above ...
Fallout 4 VR

Fallout 4 VR will be reality

Many of the fans were probably already aware of it. Yet, as recalled by Todd Howard (game designer Bethesda) of Fallout 4 VR, not enough has been said yet. He therefore took the opportunity during the ...

Bethesda and Blink 182 at E3? SRSLY?

Ok, Bethesda doesn't have her Beth Con as Mamma Blizzard (see Tenacious D. and Foo Fighters), but she has also focused on the stage. Just to make it big, he decided that after ...

Published list E3 2016

Only a few days ago the names of the participants in the next E3 2016 were published, and apparently they are not few, many of which are also quite important. We hope that they will not participate, as happened in the past, ...

The European Commission has approved the acquisition of Zenimax by ...

In the past few hours, the European Commission has officially given the green light to Microsoft to complete the acquisition process of Zenimax, one ...

Final Fantasy XIV - Over 5000 players banned for "illegal activities"

Square Enix dropped its banhammer on the Final Fantasy XIV community, closing more than 5.000 accounts, accused of trading in-game items in ...
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Cyberpunk 2077 CD Projekt RED

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