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Path of Exile, the new Harvest expansion arrives

As promised, Grinding Gear Games has announced the arrival of a new expansion for its celebrated ARPG, Path of Exile. Harvest, this is the official title, will allow players to collect seeds and then plant them in ...

Path of Exile, the next expansion could be postponed

Path of Exile is undoubtedly a point of reference for ARPG fans and has earned this reputation thanks to a robust schedule of very valid constant content. The Covid-19 pandemic ...

Path of Exile: announced the new Delirium expansion

Path of Exile continues to expand. The action RPG of Grinding Gear Games is preparing to welcome the new expansion "Delirium" which will bring with it, as usual, a new league. Delirium will introduce a new system of ...
Path of Exile 2

Path of Exile 2 officially announced

Grinding Gear Games has officially announced Path of Exile 2. The title will not be a standalone game but will be added to the basic game, resulting in this way almost a "super" expansion, introducing new elements. The...
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Grinding Gear Games against the crunch

The practice of crunch is unfortunately a topic that more often than not affects the world of software houses. For the uninitiated, with crunch we mean the increase in working hours of the employees out of proportion, ...

Path of Exile, announced the date of publication on Playstation 4

The popular free role-playing game Path of Exile will finally also be released on Playstation 4 via the Playstation Store. This version will also include the latest published expansion, Synthesis. The highly anticipated PS4 version has been postponed ...

Official Market for Path of Exile

Path of Exile is a great Action RPG for PC and Xbox One, and for Diablo 2 fans, left, like me, disappointed by Diablo 3, it was a great fallback, considering also that it is ...

Metal Gear and Metal Gear Solid 1 & 2 are available ...

The rumors of a few days ago have materialized. Konami has recently released the first chapters of the Metal Gear Saga, Contra and Castlevania, distributing them through the digital platform ...

iLLOGIKA Places No. 161 on The Globe and Mail's Second-Annual Ranking ...

MONTREAL - (BUSINESS WIRE) - iLLOGIKA is pleased to announce it placed No. 161 on the 2020 Report on Business ranking of Canada's Top Growing Companies.Canada's Top Growing ...

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