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[gamescom 2019] Carrion - Tested

When Carrion was announced at the E3 2018 (and later confirmed in this year's edition), it immediately left me with an excellent impression, so after discovering that the title would be previewed at gamescom, I ...

[E3 Devolver Digital] My Friend Pedro unveiled the release date for PC and Nintendo ...

The last video game announced during the crazy Devolver Digital conference is an old acquaintance: it's My Friend Pedro. The title was confirmed for Nintendo Switch and PC the 20 June. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaPBAKg3VT4

[E3 Devolver Digital] announced Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead

The magic of a cabin cruiser can be heard years later and Devolver Digital, during its mad conference, announced Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead expected to arrive ...

[E3 Devolver Digital] announced The Messenger DLC called "Picnic Panic"

Devolver Digital, during its conference, announced the arrival of "Picnic Panic" a free DLC for The Messenger due to arrive in July 11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjmIWMataSI

[E3 Devolver Digital] Devolver Bootleg is available on PC

Devolver Digital has taught us, over the years, to be one of the most goliardic and anarchist gaming companies in the industy game. Accomplice to this fact, completely surprisingly, during the E3, the ...

The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse arrives on Nintendo Switch

A Salima press release tells us that The Swords of Ditto: Mormo's Curse is also available on Nintendo Switch. The onebitbeyond developer and Devolver Digital are proud to announce that The Swords of Ditto: ...
Katana Zero

Katana Zero sold 100.000 copies in the first week, free DLC coming soon

Askiisoft announced that Katana Zero, arrived on Nintendo Switch and PC, sold 100.000 copies in the first week. Soon a free DLC coming soon.

The Messenger coming to PlayStation 4

The Messenger, a retro-style platformer and winner of the Best Debut Indie Game title at the 2018 Game Awards, will be available on 4 PlayStation from the upcoming 19 March. The Sabotage Studio game recalls the classics ...

Nintendo Switch - More than 15 million units sold in ...

Nintendo has recently announced that sales of Nintendo Switch Lite have helped fuel overall sales in North America. Along with the standard model, yes ...

Capcom thinks of new remakes and resurrecting old glories of ...

It's no secret that Capcom has had some lean years. However, the Japanese giant managed to recover well. Franchises ...

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