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E3 2020 - Geoff Keighley will not be present

Despite the E3 2020 is still a long way off (four months), the first news and rumors begin to arrive about the maximum annual video game fair in Los Angeles. It seems that the ...

E3 2020, there will be many changes

ESA, the association that deals with the organization and management of E3, has promised big changes since the next edition of the fair. E3 2020 therefore seems to come to light, paying particular attention to the strictly related aspects ...
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Sony will not participate in E3 2020

After the previous rumors, the confirmation came directly to the site Gamesindustry.biz. Sony Interactive Entertainment will not take part in E3 again this year, the most important fair in the videogame world (even if this definition begins to falter) ....

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 ...

[TECH DIVE] [E3] AMD to the rescue

This E3 was somewhat anomalous. We are now on the way to the transformation of this event, less and less central in a world that thrives on constant information and leaks. But that event-like aura remains ...

[E3 Nintendo] Alien: Isolation arrives on Nintendo Switch

Feral Interactive has announced that Alien: Isolation, the triple h survival survival game, is coming to Nintendo Switch. Originally developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA, Alien: Isolation has won several awards, and ...

[E3 Nintendo] Cadence of Hyrule release date revealed

The release date for Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer emerged from the Nintendo Direct. According to what has been revealed by the new trailer, the release is scheduled for 13 June. So what ...

Has the Star Wars: Battlefront spin-off been canceled by EA?

Star Wars: Battlefront, EA's much-discussed shooter, could have expanded thanks to a spin-off coming to the next generation consoles. What's this...

Minecraft Earth, the dedicated "Amiibo" are coming soon

One of the few choices that hit the mark during the Nintendo Wii U era was certainly the marketing of the Amiibo. Mattel seems to want to try now by producing a ...

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