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Mikado, the Tokyo arcade saved by fans

The arcades in Italy have now been almost extinct for more than a decade. The increasingly advanced and cheap consoles have started work and the internet has given the coup de grace. But...

Kindred Fates, go to crowdfunding for the title "catch-monsters"

After the advent of Temtem, which took place not without some flaws, a new game inspired by the Pokémon franchise. Kindred Fates looks like an open world in low poly graphics with darker shades than ...

Star Citizen - Legatus Pack (how to throw money away)

The numbers of Star Citizen have been driving people crazy for some time: over 185 million dollars raised, making it the most supported crowdfunding project ever, in any field (so I'm not in the gaming world). But the ...

The Banner Saga 3 will be released this summer

The Banner Saga 3, the latest and most anticipated chapter in the Stoic Games saga, will be out much sooner than expected. The release of the game was in fact scheduled for December 2018; instead the devs stated that ...

Ataribox: crowdfunding, photos and specs arrive

The existence of the project for the new Atari console, the Ataribox, was already known to all. Now the project begins to become reality and with it the possibility of finding a new console on the shelves of ...

Can Switch become a problem for Nintendo?

Nintendo is having a great time. Since the release of Switch, the company seems to have regained a place among the big names in video games, after the step ...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

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