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Intel sinks and the captain abandons the ship

The news that Intel's processors (like those of other brands) present major security flaws is now known to all, since it has been widely cleared even on media not ...

Super Mario Land 2 in color!

The world of the web is full of special characters and with a lot of desire (and time) to do and today we meet a hacker of classic games that responds to the name of Toruzz, who has ...

Hack Rom Magic World - Super Mario 64

Those of the hack rom or rom hack, if you prefer, have always been a fascinating world from the beginning. Over the years, however, several things have changed, if before it was a "fairy" world, ...
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.Hack // GU Last Recode

For a fan of anime and video games the name .hack awakens pleasant memories. Originally born on PS2, the game has given birth to a not inconsiderable fandom for which the franchise has developed in such a way ...

Pokémon GO: Exchanges, Pokémon and Hack Centers is Official + Legally Blameless

I can't swear to stop but ... John Hanke the CEO of Niantic has officially announced, during the panel at the Comic-Con in San Diego dedicated to the now famous Pokèmon GO, that exchanges will be present ...

Hack trap for CS: GO: and justice was!

"HACK OR LUCK ?!" I believe that each of us, at least once in our career as a gamer, has shouted and cursed after the umpteenth negative one of the following sentences: "BUT HOW IS IT FUCKING ?!" "NO IT IS NOT POSSIBLE, ENOUGH"; ...

Kazuya Niinou, director of Dragon Quest Builders, leaves Square Enix

Kazuya Niinou announced that he had left Square Enix and had new plans for his career in mind, with news coming in during the week.

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered - Square Enix confirms the only version ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VovHI0JKxlg Non molto poco tempo dopo l'annuncio di Square Enix di Final Fantasy VIII Remastered per tutte le piattaforme all'E3 2019, sono apparsi rumors circa una possibile...

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