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Uplay + - Ubisoft's service debuts on the market

It would not be wrong to say that this era is, among other things, that of online subscriptions. Each giant offers its service to subscribe to, whether it's streaming, gaming or other content ....

Data from all journalists present at E3 has been made public

The E3 2019 has recently passed, but a scandal seems to have fallen on this edition. Indeed, it would seem that ESA (Electronic Software Association), a company that deals with the preparation of the American videogame event, has accidentally published the ...
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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - Tested

Nintendo, in the distant 1993, was preparing to present "The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awekening" a gem among the immense masterpieces present in one of the longest-running consoles of the great N: the Game Boy. Only a few ...

Luigi's Mansion 3 - Tried

It was the distant 2001 when Nintendo, from the prestigious stage of the E3 in Los Angeles, was preparing to present its new jewel: GameCube. In that conference a young Shigeru Miyamoto unexpectedly announced what later, ...

The E3 2019 has seen a decline in visitor numbers

The E3 2019 ended and the number of visitors compared to last year has decreased, although not drastically. Big numbers sent back to the 2020?

Pokémon Sword and Shield are the most hated games of the E3 2019

According to the reactions put on the trailers shown at the E3 2019, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield are the titles with the most dislike on YouTube.

The great actors in video games are a greater good than you think

The E3 2019 is now behind us. As every year, the various conferences have given us a more or less clear idea of ​​what awaits us in the coming months in the world of video games.
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Go Kart, give up a collector to do good

We still have all the eyes in the magic moment when Keanu Reeves took the stage of the Microsoft conference and the audience went into raptures. At that moment a person from the audience has ...

Nintendo Switch, the mysterious notification LED is finally used by ...

Already at the time of its release in March 2017, buyers of the newly-born Nintendo Switch wondered what the notification LED was about ...

Avicii - New Rhythm Game will donate part of the revenues to Charity ...

AVICII Invector, a new rhythm game inspired by the life and story of the young artist who died recently, will make its debut on Switch ...

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