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Dragon Age 4

Dragon Age 4 will appear at the Game Awards

EA has confirmed that the long-awaited fourth installment of the Dragon Age saga will make its appearance during the Game Awards on December 11th. The news leaked so far about it have been ...

Crash Team Racing ready to be shown at the Game Awards?

Everyone wants it and maybe, finally, it's about to arrive. After the highly anticipated and acclaimed Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Spyro: Reignited Trilogy and MediEvil, it seems that another PlayStation gem is about to return to ...

Avengers Project is not dead and could be shown at the 2018 Game Awards

It's been a long time since we first heard about Avengers Project, a title in development by Square Enix but of which we have never had precise information. It was even thought ...
death stranding

Guillermo Del Toro could soon reveal details about Death Stranding

One of the most secret and at the same time intriguing projects currently under development is Death Stranding, a title born from the collaboration between Hideo Kojima and the recording Guillermo Del Toro that, after the cancellation of PT, ...

Hideo Kojima's Death Stranding is presented in a Teaser Trailer

Okay, I personally carry the flag of skeptics and I am terrified that the game will simply be crap, but I trust Hideo Kojima's little hands and his King Midas touch. His...

Free is Beautiful - Hell is Other Demons & Overcooked 2

Like every week (perhaps with some delay), Free is Beautiful takes you into the world of free offers from the Epic Games Store. This week the ...

Abandoned and Hideo Kojima, the mystery deepens

Over the last few days a real hunt for the clue has started against Abandoned, an indie game presented for PS5 with ...

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