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The goose also took the DICE awards

The DICE awards were held on Thursday night in Las Vegas, awarding the best video games of the year according to the Academy of interactive arts and science. Among the various categories, the most prestigious, best game of the year, is ...
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The developers of Untitled Goose Game will make a donation to the Aborigines

The House House is an Australian development house that had a spike in popularity last year after the unexpected success of the Untitled Goose Game. In a recent series of tweets he stated that ...

Untitled Goose Game - The crazy House House title lands on PlayStation 4 the ...

Who has never wanted to impersonate a kleptomaniac goose? Well, starting from December 17 even PlayStation 4 owners will be able to satisfy this long-standing desire, thanks to the release of Untitled Goose Game. The atypical game of ...

Untitled Goose Game - Review

Untitled Goose Game is a very personal game for me: at the age of twelve I was on a trip to the Bioparco and a goose ate the sandwich I had brought for lunch. All in one bite ....
Untitled Goose Game

The developers of Untitled Goose Game have chosen Nintendo Switch for its "aura ...

One of the most extravagant games and the 2019, Untitled Goose Game, is only available on a console: Nintendo Switch. Until today it was not clear why the developer House House had not published it ...

Death Stranding, Kojima may have announced the DLC

We all know that Hideo Kojima has always been a particularly cryptic character, especially when it comes to Death Stranding. In these hours the Game ...

Dreams - Review

Imagine being able to give free rein to your imagination, being able to literally realize everything that passes through your head. All without need ...

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