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[gamescom 2019] Total War Saga: Troy preview

In August, in the hottest time of the year, one of the most popular and popular events for video gamers takes place in Cologne: gamescom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CzmMHffdj4 We were kindly hosted by SEGA to preview a new arrival ...
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Destiny 2 - Interview with developers

During the recent gamescom 2019 we were able to interview some members of the Destiny 2 development team including Wendy Wade, Bungie's Senior Producer, about additional content that ...
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[gamescom 2019] Iron Harvest - Tested

Of all the games tested at the 2019 gamescom, few were the strategic ones. Among these, Iron Harvest is certainly among the best we could get our hands on. The title has long been in ...

[gamescom 2019] Carrion - Tested

When Carrion was announced at the E3 2018 (and later confirmed in this year's edition), it immediately left me with an excellent impression, so after discovering that the title would be previewed at gamescom, I ...

[gamescom 2019] Ary and the Secret of Seasons - Preview

Ary: And the Secret of Seasons, made by Fishing Cactus and eXiin, is definitely in the personal top ten of platform titles that have most whetted my interest during the gamescom gaming event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtdAzbEUm28 In ...

[gamescom 2019] Bleeding Edge - Tested

Among the proposals in the Microsoft exhibition space, we had the chance to try Bleeding Edge. Developed by the British studio Ninja Theory, this is a third-person team fighting game.

[gamescom 2019] Filament - Proven

Space, last frontier. Often the science fiction has exploited the immensity of the universe to convey a feeling of placidity and at the same time of anxiety. This is the background atmosphere that accompanies the player who decides ...

[gamescom 2019] Little Nightmares 2 - Preview

One of the ads that has raised the most fanfare during gamescom this year is, without doubt, Little Nightmares 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlX3kh1Y7Cg Unveiled during the opening evening of the German videogame event, the second opera by Tarsier ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...

Twitch now knows everything, bought the Internet Gaming Database

Twitch has acquired the Internet Gaming Database from which it will be able to draw all the information of most of the existing games.
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