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Bloodstained: Ritual of The Night

Bloodstained: Ritual of The Night - Review

Gens obscura For those like me who was born, raised and fed in the amazing years' 80, Castlevania, has certainly represented a killer application by mother Konami, full of vampire and Lovercraftian elements really impacting, and ...

Konami is bringing his classic games back to life

Konami is collecting some of its most famous classic titles in a series of downloadable collections that will be published on PCs and consoles in the coming months. Each collection will contain eight games and will be launched in ...

Devil May Cry, TV series coming soon

The success of the Castlevania animated series on Netflix led producer Adi Shankar to expand his vision. Shankar announced Friday that he started working on a dedicated TV series ...

The producer of the TV series of Castlevania on Netflix would be collaborating with Nintendo

Adi Shankar, executive producer of Castlevania's Netflix TV series, has released a statement that will make all Nintendo fans dream. Indeed, through his Instagram account, Shankar announced that he is at ...

Castlevania Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood coming to Playstation 4

The arrival of a collection on Castlevania's Playstation 4 that includes two of the most popular fan titles, Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood, seems to have been confirmed. About a week ago the committee ...
Netflix

Netflix makes three major announcements on as many series at the Anime Expo 2018

Netflix held a panel at the Anime Expo dedicated, precisely, to souls, in which launch dates, renewals and new series were announced. Worthy of note are the news regarding the release date ...
Castlevania: The Netflix animated series announced

Castlevania: The Netflix animated series announced

We all know what Netflix is, right? Did you grow up on a tree or have you locked a bunker for fear of a nuclear attack in recent years? The well-known paid streaming platform ...

[gamescom 2019] Dying Light 2 - Preview

After last year's preview, this year too we followed the progress of Dying Light 2 closely. In fact, we participated in the preview at the Koch Media stand ...

[gamescom 2019] Zombie Army 4 - tried

As you well know, from the 20 to the 22 in August, the gamescom, the most important European videogame event in the field of ...

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