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The Division 2 can be purchased on the Epic Games Store at a paltry price

Ubisoft continues with its relaunch plan for The Division 2. Massive's looter shooter in fact, after presenting its new DLC Warlords of New York (which will see the light on 3 ...

Free is Beautiful - Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez

Like every week, Epic Games Store gives us a couple of titles to redeem for free and to enrich our libraries. This time it's Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez's turn. The first...

Epic Games: Tim Sweeney condemns the loot boxes

In recent days there has been much talk about the phenomenon of loot boxes, as reported a few days ago for the "Fifa 20 vs France" case, and on the stage of the annual DICE Summit, the CEO of ...

Red Dead Redemption 2 at 29 million copies sold. Borderlands 3 grazes ...

During the recent investor conference, Take-Two announced the sales figures for two major stocks. Red Dead Redemption 2, which had sold 26,5 million copies in November, saw this number rise ...

A game on the Epic Games Store is gone (and nobody knows why)

Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory is a game that many may have never heard of, but the fact is that it is at the center of a decidedly curious situation. Let's start from the beginning. What is Paranoia: ...

Free is Beautiful - Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Epic Games Store continues to offer video games and, among those available this month, we also find Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Only this morning did we report that Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride would be the free games of ...

Free is Beautiful - Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride

More gifts from the Epic Games Store. In fact, this week it's up to Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride, two board games, freely downloadable in their videogame version until February 13th. The first, downloadable from here, ...
Farming Simulator 19

Free is Beautiful - Farming Simulator 19

New week, new game as a gift from the Epic Games Store. This time it's the turn of Farming Simulator 19, a title developed by Giants Software and published by Focus Home Interactive in November 2018 for ...

Cooking Mama: CookStar - trailer released (by mistake)

Ready to become real cooking experts and even make Antonino Cannavacciuolo pale? Cooking Mama is about to return with the new chapter ...

Rumor - TV series coming to Overwatch and Diablo?

The world of rumors and leaks is vast and uncertain. A single written within a particular page on the internet is able ...

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