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Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard

Harry Potter: United Wizards - New video

Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard, free-to-play augmented reality game inspired by Wizarding World, shows itself in a new video. The game Co-published and co-developed by Niantic and WB Games San Francisco, ...
The Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls: Blades - Early Access for everyone

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is finally available to everyone. News that will surely delight all those who have been longing for the aforementioned Bethesda title for months. The game is still in Early Access, but not only ...
Samsung playgalaxylink

Samsung challenges Apple Arcade

Samsung is about to introduce a new subscription service for games. The main purpose is obviously to compete with Apple Arcade. Perhaps a new patent and a related story to follow. As reported ...
Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO, an important economic result reached in January

Although several years have passed since the launch of Pokémon GO in the mobile market, the Niantic title continues to amaze thanks to some interesting results. The video game for smartphones dedicated to Pokémon, according to what reported ...

Mafia III: Rivals coming in on iOS and Android

Today, 2K Games has announced that, in addition to the Mafia III project, the study has continued the development of Mafia III: Rivals, a title that will arrive free of charge in conjunction with the launch of the game ...
Scavenger Duels

Scavenger duels

When I was in the 2015 at the Collision Conference in Las Vegas looking for interesting new titles to review, even for mobile devices, Scavenger Duels struck me particularly for the beauty of the design ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown places, hostile and full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all found space ...

GamingBolt draws up the ranking of the fifteen worst games of the decade

The decade 2010-2019 is now over: what will be the worst games of this decade? GamingBolt will take care of drawing up a ranking of horrors.

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