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Big Block, Tetris 99's first paid DLC

Tetris 99, the Battle Royale version of the best-selling game of all time, has its first paid DLC, Big Block, which features the much-needed offline mode. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=ajs3ENpH4g4 That there were new ways ...

Kingdom Hearts 3 - unveiled the first DLC called ReMind

During the first date of the concert, held in Tokyo, of the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra: World of Tres, Square Enix announced an unpublished content for Kingdom Hearts 3. The first paid DLC will be titled ...

Dragonball FighterZ - Goku of Dragonball GT shows itself in a trailer

A short trailer appeared showing the next character coming to Dragonball FighterZ, Goku child directly from the GT series. The trailer mainly shows the attacks and special moves of the ...

One Piece World Seeker - unveiled the contents of the first DLC

Bandai Namco recently unveiled the first DLC of One Piece: World Seeker. According to the latest issue of the Japanese magazine V Jump Magazine, the content will be titled "The Void Mirror Prototype" and will see ...

God of War - The Director expresses his idea about DLCs

Despite the critical and public success, God of War will not have DLC or expansions of any kind, or at least that's what Cory Barlog said in a Tweet. https://twitter.com/corybarlog/status/1117577185798184960 In sharp contrast with today's market, the ...

Resident Evil 2 - A paid DLC allows you to unlock all content

A new paid DLC for Resident Evil 2: Remake allows you to unlock all the items that a player normally should get gradually with one (or more) run. For around 5 euros, you can indeed ...

Jump Force, revealed as the DLC roadmap

Bandai Namco announced the Jump Force DLC series in August. They will include nine characters and the roadmap has now been revealed.

Ni No Kuni II: A trailer for the second DLC

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for the second DLC of Ni No Kuni II: The Destiny of a Kingdom. "The Legendary Book of the Magician", this is the name of the downloadable content, will see Evan and ...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

Once upon a time in Hollywood - here's the second trailer for ...

Once upon a time in Hollywood certainly falls among the most anticipated films during this year as it is the last work signed by the director Quentin Tarantino. The...

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