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The Outer Worlds - Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds, announced a DLC to be released in the 2020

The success of The Outer Worlds seems to have convinced the developers to release a full-bodied DLC in the near future that will also expand the narrative. Created by Obsidian Entertainment and made available on ...
Surgeon Simulator 2 - Cover

Surgeon Simulator 2 will be equipped with a cooperative mode

During the recently concluded 2019 Game Awards, a sequel to the most famous surgical sandbox in the world was announced through a short trailer: Surgeon Simulator 2 will be released during 2020 with ...

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance officially announced at the Game Awards

During the Game Awards, Wizards of the Coast officially announced Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance. To celebrate the announcement, the team released a launch trailer that you can find below. The title is the sequel to Baldur's Gate: Dark ...

The Game Awards 2019, let's discover the list of winners

The prestigious awards of the 2019 Game Awards have just ended and, as every year, Geoff Kneighley, the owner of the event that announced the various winners, presented the event. TO...

Warframe, a special announcement will be made at the Game Awards

Yesterday, Geoff Keighley announced that "about ten new titles" will be unveiled at The Game Awards next week. Among these, a very special one should arrive. Indeed, Digital Extremes - the creator ...
2019 Game Awards

The nominations for the 2019 Game Awards

The 2019 Game Awards are approaching and the December 12, Geoff Keighley & Co. will award the prizes for this year, as well as unveiling some new upcoming titles. While nothing is known about the titles ...

Roblox Raises $ 150M in Series G Financing, Led by Andreessen Horowitz

Secondary offering for up to $ 350M provides liquidity to early stakeholders & employees SAN MATEO, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Roblox, a global online platform bringing people together through ...

Summary: Nicecactus announces the acquisition of Glory4Gamers, one of the European pioneers in the ...

NICE, France - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Following the announcement of the initial financing of 5 million euros at the end of 2019, Nicecactus has taken yet another step ...

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