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Online co-op games, 5 more titles to spend quarantine with

We are now about to reach the first month of quarantine dictated by the COVID-19 emergency. A few weeks ago I proposed 5 co-op titles to spend time playing online with your friends, but I think ...

Blizzard is enthusiastic about Diablo III on Nintendo Switch and opens up new collaborations ...

The collaboration of Blizzard and Nintendo to bring the famous Diablo III to Switch has been a great success for both companies, and it is precisely for this reason that in the future more could come ...

Diablo III will have the cross-play

The cross-play is now an increasingly pressing demand from gamers and all the big companies, with their flagship titles are trying to satisfy their users. Not less ...

Diablo III - Eternal Collection brings hell and The Legend of Zelda on Nintendo ...

He had been talking about it for a long time with clues and rumors, then always denied by Blizzard itself, but now it's practically official: Diablo III - Eternal Collection will arrive on Nintendo Switch. Forbes has indeed published several ...

Diablo 3: back to the origins

Diablo 3 is a title that, with its ups and downs, has now 5 years on the rump. Occasionally, like so many others, I find myself wasting a few hours at the beginning of each new season, but of ...

Ghost of Tsushima, the first few votes are positive, but not excellent

Ghost of Tsushima will be available in just three days and, after the embargo has expired, here are the first votes of the specialized press. Masterpiece or good title? The last ...

Prepare to Get Schooled in Hearthstone®'s New Expansion — Enrollment in Scholomance Academy ™ ...

Pursue advanced study of the arcane in the latest expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's hit digital card game, which conjures 135 new cards brimming with ...

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