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The Game Awards

The Game Awards 2021, all nominations announced

And also this year The Game Awards are back. The 2021 edition looks promising as Geoff Keighley announced over 40 world premieres at the event. Here is the complete list of titles in the race. We remember that...
God of War

God of War arrives on PC in early 2022

It's official: God of War finally arrives on PC. The Santa Monica Studio masterpiece made its appearance a few hours ago on SteamDB and the appearance was not long in coming ...
2021 Game Awards

The Game Awards 2020, between 12 and 15 titles will be revealed

Over the years, The Game Awards event has gained more and more following, becoming an annual event that is always highly anticipated by fans. The first verdict from the public has already arrived, rewarding ...
God of War

GDC Awards: God of War wins game of the year award, all winners

God of War, the exclusive action game for Playstation 4, won the umpteenth Game of the Year title at the Game Developer Choice Awards.
SXSW Gaming Awards: God of War elected GOTY

SXSW: God of War elected GOTY

God of War was named Game of the Year at the SXSW Gaming Awards, which just took place in Austin, Texas. Another prestigious award for Santa Monica Studio game ...

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 Accattino and Plants VS Zombies GOTY FREE

Ragà, shhh, it's late and I'm going to sleep that tomorrow I wake up at 5. Welcome back to the corner of Accattino dear sparagnosaurs anyway. Who knows when you will read these lines. The game in question is Plants VS Zombies Game of ...

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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