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2019 Game Awards

The nominations for the 2019 Game Awards

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

Golden Joystick Awards: voting officially opened for the Game of the Year 2019

In the last few hours, the voting for the prestigious Golden Joystick Awards concerning the long awaited "Game Of The Year" category has been officially opened. Voting will be open until November 5st at XNUMXpm ...
Zelda

Zelda "Game of the Year" and the other winners

The Golden Joystick Awards ceremony took place yesterday in London. Award ceremony that saw The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild triumph as "Game of The Year". So it's ...
The Game Awards 2020 Geoff Keighley Game of the Year

Here are the nominees for the 2017 Game of the Year Awards!

Like every year, it's time for the Game of the Year Awards! This year, the Game Awards show will take place on December 7, with Geoff Keighley as the host. To be named, games must ...

Overwatch: One Year!

It's been 12 months since the release of Overwatch and an official event arrives to celebrate all together. To celebrate Blizzard has provided several new features including a Free Weekend between 26 and ...

Take-Two Interactive sued Hazelight over It ...

Let's go back to talking about It Takes Two, the puzzle platformer developed by the Hazelight team led by Josef Fares. The title came out on ...

Quake, Machine Games updates the game with a free Horde Mode ...

Last August Bethesda and Machine Games celebrated the 25th anniversary of the original Quake (released back in 1996) by proposing a release of the game ...

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