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Assassin's Creed Kingdom, the official announcement today?

Assassin's Creed Kingdom, code name of the next title in the saga, could be revealed today via an official announcement. What do we know? We recently told you about the rumors that have been circulating for months around the new ...

[E3 Ubisoft] announced crossover between Adventure Time and Brawlhalla

The Ubisoft conference continues to give surprises: starting today, an update is available for free that allows us to use the Adventure Time characters on Brawlhalla. So you are satisfied with this ...

Free Games, the hatchet is back! Ubisoft 30th

And here we are with the now, I think loved by all, mini column of the micragnoso short arm. Let us know if you like this "corner of the beggar" and we will try to make it more substantial and promptly updated, finally ...

Free games, the hatchet has arrived! Ubisoft 30th

Here we are, as is now customary with the monthly news regarding Aunt Bubisoft's anniversary. I must admit that it is still giving away good games, and for this reason the promotional campaign is enjoying a well-deserved success, ...

[Confirmed] Watch Dogs 2 + Release Date

Ok, let's forget the conduct that nobody likes about Bubisoft, including DLC, bugs, postponements and Early Access Alpha disguised as games ready for the general public. In my opinion Watch Dogs was not too bad ...

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, new details on the Borderlands spin-off

The Borderlands saga is preparing to expand with Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a spin-off that explores the concept of the famous DLC of the second chapter, entitled ...

Pokémon Unite is now officially available for download also ...

Since its launch on Nintendo Switch last July, Pokémon Unite has conquered peaks of popularity on the eShop, also thanks to continuous patches ...

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