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Playdate, announced a new console with black and white screen and a crank ...

Panic announced Playdate, a portable console dedicated to indies with a black and white screen and a crank to play in an original way.

Close to the Sun Review

https://youtu.be/UMsQ2oB006w Nel già affollato panorama dei rompicapo horror, irrompe Close to the Sun, e va a piazzarsi ai primi posti in assoluto per la potenza dell' ambientazione. Il titolo degli italianissimi Storm in a Teacup...

Firewatch arrives on Switch

Just last month it was announced that Firewatch would be released on Nintendo Switch. Not much time has passed, but the title already has an eShop release date. In fact, the independent graphic adventure will arrive on ...

Valve acquires the Firewatch developers

The Campo Santo team published the news of Valve's acquisition in a blog post over the weekend explaining that they found a company with which they share most of the ...
review bombing

Firewatch case: Valve against "review bombing"

Let's go with order. What is "review bombing"? The review bombing is easily translated into "bombardment of reviews", that is what happened when a certain title is literally bombarded in a very short time by a variety of ...

Firewatch caught on Steam after the words of Campo Santo on PewDiePie

The most famous youtuber in the world, PewDiePie, has talked about himself again for reasons that are certainly not positive and linked to his role as a streamer: in fact, during a game of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, he would have insulted ...

Sony fans are calling for the acquisition of various software houses

With the acquisition of Bethesda by Microsoft, the competition between fans of the various platforms, better known as Console War, is rekindled. This time,...

Global Sports League Software Market (2020 to 2027) - COVID-19 Impact ...

DUBLIN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The "Sports League Software Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Deployment and Application and Geography" report has been ...

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