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Monster Hunter: World will not have loot boxes or microtransactions

Less than two weeks after the official launch of Monster Hunter: World on consoles, the game's producer, Ryozo Tsujimoto, insisted on reiterating that loot boxes and microtransactions are incompatible ...
Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter World has a period of release even on PC

The January 26 will arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One one of the most anticipated titles of this year, Monster Hunter World, whose beta has already thrilled all fans of the series. The game will be ...
Ace Attorney

The 2018 will be a good year for Ace Attorney fans

Capcom producer Motohiro Eshiro, in an interview with the Japanese site 4Gamer, promised that Ace Attorney will be present during the 2018. "I think we will continue to work on something that will make fans of the ... happy
Devil May Cry HD Collection

Devil May Cry HD Collection pays a nasty surprise to owners of PlayStation 4 ...

All lovers of Dante and Vergil will certainly have celebrated the announcement of the Devil May Cry HD Collection; the idea of ​​reliving the main adventures from the series in a remastered and high definition version is ...

30 years of Street Fighter

It still seems like yesterday when for the first time in the arcade (I had 7 years) I put my first 100 liras in a cabin with Street Fighter. At the time there was no roster of characters you can ...
bayonetta dante

A Dante x Bayonetta crossover is not something impossible

How many of you over the years have dreamed of a title in which Bayonetta and Dante, protagonists of the Bayonetta and Devil May Cry series respectively, fight together with deadly combos against dozens and dozens ...

The announcement for Devil May Cry 5 could be around the corner

Nine years have passed since the release of the last Devil May Cry, and the fans had to settle for the 2012 spin-off, DmC: Devil May Cry, and the special edition of the fourth title, released in the 2015 ....

Monster Hunter World DLCs will be free of charge

Lately we have been attacking against paid online services and also against the videogame industry that makes money on the pockets of players with paid DLC (not so much with those that offer extra content, but more ...
Monster Hunter announced for Nintendo Switch

Monster Hunter announced for Nintendo Switch

The news that many gamers have been waiting for for a long time has finally come: CAPCOM is developing a title in the saga of Monster Hunter also for Nintendo Switch, the new-born hybrid console of the Kyoto house that ...
RESIDENT EVIL 7: biohazard - Review

We are talking about RESIDENT EVIL 7: biohazard

Anyone who knows me knows this well. If there is one thing that I can't stand when talking about video games, in addition to football, the titles that recur each year, DLC and digital delivery, it's ...

Antitrust Investigations: Steam In Trouble

Steam and more. The Antitrust Commission is in fact examining the bilateral agreements concluded between Valve Corporation and five PC video game manufacturers, Namco Bandai, Capcom, Focus Home, Koch Media and ZeniMax. Finally the European Union ...

Monster Hunter Frontier Z announced for PlayStation 4

Today CAPCOM announced Monster Hunter Frontier Z for PlayStation 4, marking the much-acclaimed return of the historic brand even on the latest home console from Sony. Monster Hunter Frontier Z is a multiplayer game ...

Resident Evil 7: released the trailer

Capcom released the Resident Evil 2016 trailer and screenshots during the Gamescom 7 in Cologne. The trailer offers an in-depth look at what players will experience as they exit the game. In a...

Glu Announces Pricing of Public Offering of Common Stock

SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Glu Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ: GLUU), a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, today announced the pricing of an underwritten public offering ...

Fortnite, Epic further postpones Season 3

With a release on its official website, Epic Games announced a new postponement regarding Fortnite's Season 3. These are the words ...

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