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Free is Beautiful - Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door

The free games of the week to redeem on the Epic Games Store are already available: these are Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door. Elite Dangerous is a massive multiplayer set in space, which puts ...

Free is Beautiful - Football Manager 2020 and Watch Dogs 2

A very rich week for Epic Games Store users, who can redeem three games for free, including two of the highest level: Football Manager 2020, Watch Dogs 2 and Stick It to the Man! For Football Manager ...

Free is Beautiful - Stranger Things 3: The Game and AER Memories of Old

Like every week, Epic Games Store enriches the libraries of its users for free. This week, the giveaway titles are Stranger Things 3: The Game and AER Memories of Old. As for the first, ...
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Free is beautiful - Deiland

They keep the gifts from for PC users. After the double Watch Dogs and The Stanley Parable, Deiland is also made available for free. Deiland is a nice 3D RPG developed by Chibig ...

Free is Beautiful - 27 free games on GOG.com

Coinciding with the launch of the spring sales, GOG.com launched the "Stay at home and play some games" initiative with a nod to players forced to stay home due to the quarantine. The CDProjekt digital store ...
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PS Plus: January games without triple A

2019, for PS Plus subscribers, will start a little subdued. In fact, the free titles for the month of January have been announced and, unless you are a fan of the various genres ...

Pete Hines: “I don't apologize for the exclusivity. I'm sorry for some ...

In the last few hours he is holding the intervention of Pete Hines during the Play for All of Gamespot. The senior vice-president of global marketing of ...

Pokémon Unite, new information on MOBA is coming today

Pokémon Unite is ready to show up today. New information on the MOBA of Pikachu & Co. is coming The much discussed title, after ...

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