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Hollow Knight: Silksong - tried

Hollow Knight is one of the titles I loved on my Nintendo Switch, able to entertain, amaze and give strong emotions to all lovers of the Metroidvania genre, with a touch to the Dark Souls ...

A physical edition announced for the acclaimed Hollow Knight

In the past few hours, the developers of Team Cherry with the support of Fangamer have announced the arrival of a physical version for the acclaimed Hollow Knight. Copies can be pre-ordered on the official website of ...

First trailer of Silksong, followed by Hollow Knight

Knight Hollow: Silksong is the next work of the Team Cherry, developers of the exceptional metroidvania Hollow Knight. The second installment of the series was initially conceived as DLC, but has since evolved into a title to itself ...

Godmaster released, free DLC for Hollow Knight

Godmaster, the latest free DLC planned for Hollow Knight, is now available for download on PC, Mac, Linux and Nintendo Switch. Previously known as Gods and Glory, the DLC has been renamed ...

Hollow Knight, announced the release date of the latest free expansion

The final Hollow Knight expansion, Gods & Glory, finally has a final release date. As revealed by the trailer below, the latest installment of the Hollow Knight saga will be released for PC on August 23 ...

Bayonetta 3, Kamiya hopes to give updates in the course of 2021

Since the announcement at The Games Awards three years ago, no concrete update has ever been given regarding Bayonetta 3. The only ...

Josef Fares talks about A Way Out, It Takes Two and ...

Josef Fares, head of the indie studio Hazelight, can't seem to suppress his eccentric personality - which has led him several times ...

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