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Rainbow Six Extraction is the new name of Quarantine

It had disappeared from the radar for some time now but it seems to be finally the time for Rainbow Six Extraction. If the name sounds new, this is due to the fact that it ...
Untitled Goose Game Co-Op Nintendo Indie World

Indie World - Untitled Goose Game will have a 2 player mode

Oh no! The Untitled Goose Game ducks have multiplied and invaded the latest announcement of Nintendo's Indie World event. These cursed are ready to wreak havoc and destruction with a new Mode ...
Ghost of Tsushima Sucker Punch Legends Co-Op PlayStation 4

Ghost of Tsushima - "Legends" Co-Op Expansion Announced

Ghost of Tsushima will get a small multiplayer expansion. In these last hours Sucker Punch has announced the Legends expansion that will bring some spice to the island of Tsushima. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBvg_Mq-nq0 This new mode will see players take the ...
The Outlast Trials PC Gaming Show

PC Gaming Show - New trailer for The Outlast Trials

The annual edition of the PC Gaming Show has just ended, between leaked announcements and welcome confirmations, the show ended with a small taste of Red Barrels' new work: The Outlast ...
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Online co-op games, 5 titles to spend time at home with

We are facing an unprecedented situation. The Coronavirus emergency seems to have changed our habits, at least for the moment, and the Government asks Italians not to move from home. Until next April 3 ...

Titanfall has been removed from digital stores

Titanfall is a game that in recent years has been torn apart by technical problems related to the multiplayer component. In fact, for some time now, the players ...

Xbox Game Pass, unveiled the avalanche of titles arriving on the ...

In the past few hours Microsoft has published the now usual monthly roadmap that shows the titles arriving during this December 2021 in the Xbox catalog ...

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