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John Wick Hex - New trailer and release date

John Wick Hex of Bithell Games is really around the corner, since 8 October will be released exclusively on the Epic Games Store, both for PC and Mac. John Wick Hex was described by Bithell Games and publisher Good ...
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The Continental - the TV series based on the world of John Wick will be a ...

The Continental, the TV series based on the world of John Wick announced in the 2017, has not since heard from him until now. The success of the films on John Wick, especially of the third ...
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John Wick and Johnny Silverhand arrive in Metal Gear Solid 5

It was obvious to expect some mod dedicated to him, and it arrived. Keanu Reeves officially enters the world of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.
John Wick Hex

John Wick Hex, announced the official game based on the movie series

Through an announcement on Twitter, Mike Bithell announced that he is working on John Wick Hex, a game based on the successful film series.

John Wick 3 - Parabellum, let's discover the new trailer

Today was the new trailer for John Wick 3, the film starring Keanu Reeves. In this third installment of the saga, after the events of the second film, the well-known assassin will be a ...
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Need For Speed ​​Heat - Review

Need For Speed ​​is perhaps the most emblematic case of those brands that after a glorious past, see Underground 2 and Most Wanted (2005), ...

Bending Spoons Launches Playond: the Mobile Gaming Service for Everybody

MILAN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Bending Spoons, Europe's number one iOS mobile app developer, has officially launched Playond. This new gaming service gives members unlimited access to an ...

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