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Nintendo denies that it will make more money with the Switch OLED

Nintendo has published a statement in which it specifies that it will not have greater profit margins from the new version of the Switch. The Kyoto company was forced to specify this detail due to ...

Sony and the (little) desire to bet: Bloomberg's article shakes the web

"This is the story of a very distant time, the time of myths and legends. The ancient gods of the gaming industry were in turmoil, times when Sony believed in generations and Microsoft did not have ...
Square Enix Smart Working E3 Leak Presents

Square Enix denies rumors about its sale

In the last few hours, a report by the Bloomberg Japan newspaper has created a lot of noise among the gamer community, especially within the passionate slice of the Square Enix world. According to the report, ...
Diablo 2 Remake

Diablo 2 Remake, according to Jason Schreier would be in development at Blizzard

Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier said in the past few hours that one of Blizzard's internal teams would be working on the development of Diablo 2 Remake. About a year ago we brought back the ...
Project xCloud Xbox

Microsoft enlists Japanese software houses to bring to Xbox

The purchasing campaign that Microsoft has been carrying out for several years now seems to be not over yet. After the bang of the agreement with Zenimax and Bethesda, further rumors arrive from the Land of the Rising Sun. To reveal the ...

Rumor - Ubisoft may have approved the development of a new ...

Almost 10 years have passed since the release of Splinter Cell: Blacklist (2013), the last chapter on the console of the Ubisoft series dedicated to agent Sam Fisher. In the years...

Steam Deck will have its own rating system to indicate the ...

The release of Steam Deck is around the corner and Valve has started its promotional campaign, listing the various features of the upcoming console ...

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