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Rustler, the "medieval GTA" enters early access

Rustler (Grand Theft Horse) has a start date for its early access phase. The open world action with sandbox elements and a top view that strongly recalls that of the very first chapters of GTA, will be ...
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Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord available in early access

TaleWorlds Entertainment has finally made available for download Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, a title long awaited by all fans. The title is currently downloadable in the Early Access version. To celebrate the event, ...

Temtem vs Pokémon: challenge between the two brands

Temtem has come over the past few months like a bolt from the blue. Developed by the small Spanish software house Crema, and published by the Humble Bundle, the game has managed to enter the market ...

Everspace 2, the Early Access debut on Steam has been postponed

Rockfish Games has officially postponed the debut of Everspace 2 on Steam Early Access. Initially, Everspace 2 was supposed to enter Early Access on Steam in September 2019, only to be postponed to December 2019. The ...
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Baldur's Gate 3, launch may take place no earlier than 2021

The Larian Studios project is going well. Many users are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the new RPG title, wondering what the release date of Baldur's Gate 3 might be. Here ...
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Mount & Blade 2 will enter early access in late March

Mount & Blade 2 has been in the works for some time now but, finally, good news has arrived: TaleWorlds Entertainment has announced that the title will arrive in early access on Steam at the end ...

Dying Light: Bad Blood free for owners of the original game

On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the release of Dying Light, Techland has decided to give away copies of Bad Blood. However, this initiative is reserved only for owners of the original game. In order to access a ...

Gray Zone: A new sci-fi RTS for 2020

Eastwork Studios, a Slovak software house, has announced the release of Gray Zone, an RTS with a strong narrative component. The title will arrive next year, starting in March but in an Early Acess guise. Set hundreds ...

Session - The title presented for Xbox One has been postponed

Session, the game that was announced during Microsoft's E3 2018 has unfortunately been postponed and the developers know that this can be annoying. The game released in early access on Steam during ...

Nova Drift - Review

If you, like me, have lost a lot of diopter due to games like Asteroids and Geometry Wars you are in the right place. From the first moment I met, by chance, ...
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Dragon Ball FighterZ is about to arrive

We finally have a date: Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC on January 26, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBI0MU73nlc Bandai Namco has announced that there will be two versions for sale. The first will be the Fighterz Edition which ...


https://youtu.be/bI9nmJa9bD0 Premetto di non aver giocato alla mod di Arma né ad H1Z1: King of the Hill, entrambi firmati dall'ormai celebre PLAYERUNKNOWN, ma poco è bastato per farmi innamorare di questo gioco. A video vedrete la...

No Man's Sky will miss the release?

As it is customary in the gaming world, software houses are divided into three major strands, those that make a gameplay that did not even deserve to be an early access ...

Rumor - Elden Ring Gameplay Trailer Leaked ...

Elden Ring is one of those games that everyone is waiting for, but nothing is known about. Announced at E3 2019, the latest effort by Hidetaka Miyazaki and ...

Sifu, the new title from the developers of Absolver, will be exclusively singleplayer

In the past few hours, the developers of the French indie studio Slocalp, creators of Absolver, have revealed in an interview new details about their new project announced ...
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