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Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Shadow of the Tomb Raider's new trailer showcases skills ...

There are now a few weeks left until the release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which we had the opportunity to try recently at the Square Enix booth at Gamescom. Fortunately there is always new content to help us pass the wait, ...
Dying Light 2

GC 2018 - Our preview on Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 was one of the great innovations of this Gamescom 2018. With a completely new gameplay, the Techland guys showed us a preview of the main features of their new title.
The Surge 2

GC 2018 - The Surge 2 will be 4 times bigger than the first

The Surge 2 was among those titles that showed new images and content at Gamescom 2018. We certainly could not have missed this opportunity, so we made a jump to the Focus booth ...
Cyberpunk

GC 2018 - EVERYTHING we saw on Cyberpunk 2077

During Gamescom we had the opportunity to participate in the closed-door event on Cyberpunk 2077. Obviously one of the most anticipated events, since the seats were long over and it was impossible to book ...
Stormdivers

GC 2018 - Here is Stormdivers, the new "role-playing" Battle Royale

Stormdivers is the new IP from Housemarque, a Finnish software house known mainly for Dead Nation and Nex Machina. On this first day of Gamescom we were able to chat with Sami "HAXX" Hakala ...

Biomutant, patch 1.5 available

Experimet 101 released patch 1.5 for Biomutant, an action-rpg that landed on PS4, Xbox One and PC last May. The development team has ...

Baldur's Gate 3 will not be exiting Early Access in the course of 2021

In the past few hours Swen Vincke, founder of Larian Studios, has released an interesting interview regarding the future of Baldur's Gate 3 and the plans of the ...

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