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The Last of Us Part 2 dominates at the Golden Joystick Awards

Waiting for the 2020 Game Awards, the Golden Joystick Awards 2020 took place last night and, as many had predicted, The Last of Us Part 2 was the absolute star of the ...

The winners of the 2019 Golden Joystick Awards have been revealed

In the last few hours in London the 37th edition of the Golden Joystick Awards was held, in which the most disparate titles in the 19 categories in the competition were awarded. The over 3.5 million ...

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 ...

Voting for the Golden Joystick Awards is open

It's time of the year again to vote for the Golden Joystick Awards. The annual ceremony has reached its 36th edition and is presented by AMD. Voting has never been like this ...

The Golden Joystick Awards are open

Voting is now open for the Golden Joystick Awards 2017. In this year's edition, not only the best games of the last 12 months will be voted, but there will also be a section dedicated to the classics that ...

Days Gone coming to PC this Spring

The coverage of Jim Ryan's interview with GQ Magazine continues. After revealing the very first details about the upcoming PS VR and discussing the ...

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

Almost a year after the western release of Persona 5 Royale and four from the original title, the Phantom Thieves are back on our ...

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