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BAFTA Game Awards 2020: here are the winners

The BAFTA Game Awards took place yesterday evening, the English-style ceremony that rewards the best titles released last year. Due to the current global situation, the ceremony has ...

Disco Elysium, hardcore mode coming soon

Disco Elysium is an RPG title that has impressed lovers of the genre with its difficulty and depth, but will soon become even more difficult. If you hoped for a moment playing Disco Elysium ...

The Game Awards 2019, let's discover the list of winners

The prestigious awards of the 2019 Game Awards have just ended and, as every year, Geoff Kneighley, the owner of the event that announced the various winners, presented the event. TO...

Disco Elysium - Review

Disco Elysium is a role-playing game that tries to go deeper into the protagonist's psychological introspection and offers many skills to rotate the character with respect to the market average.

Disco Elysium - Preview

Disco Elysium is a pure role-playing game that tries to do something new and never seen before.

Disco Elysium - The RPG will be released towards the end of the year

Disco Elysium's Steam page still shows the release date of the game as "to be announced", but the ZA / UM developers have just reposted an article that predicts the most optimistic time window ...

Ikoria's mastery pass is the worst seen so far

The arrival of Ikoria: Lair of Behemots is imminent, while waiting for Wizards of the Coast has made public the details of the mastery pass which is already ...

Free is Beautiful - Regions of Ruin

New free game on Steam! This time the Valve platform has made Regions of Ruin available, a side scrolling RPG in two sizes ...

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