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Celeste - Sequel to the original 8bit released

On January 25, 2018, exactly 3 years ago, a particular indie title arrived on the market: Celeste. The platform by Matt Makes Games has made its way into the hearts of fans and even the less experienced of the genre, thanks ...
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Celeste: Game developer confirms Madeline's gender identity

Released in 2018, Celeste turned out to be a platform game with a remarkably open nature; not only in terms of gameplay - through a scalable difficulty depending on the player's skills - but also in terms of themes ...
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Celeste, Chapter 9 coming with the new DLC

A few days ago we reported a Free is Beautiful of the highest level, which included Celeste on the Epic Games Store and it is recent news that its creator Matt Thorson has announced the date ...

Free is beautiful - Celeste and Inside

Every week Epic Games Store has accustomed us well with its free game, but apparently it was not enough to convince you to download their client and for this now they are doubling the offer ...

Celeste, revealed the release date and released a gameplay

Until now it was known that Celeste, a new platform / action from the creators of Towerfall Ascension, would be released in January. During the Mini Nintendo Direct held yesterday, 11 January, we finally have a date ...

E3 2021 - Resident Evil Village, Re: Verse DLC confirmed ...

The start of Capcom's E3 conference was entirely dedicated to the new chapter of Resident Evil: Village. The developers thanked the fans for ...

E3 2021 - New trailer and demo for Monster Hunter Stories ...

The Capcom conference at E14 15 was held on the night between 3 and 2021 June. During the show the developers are ...

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