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Railway Empire

Railway Empire, Nintendo Switch version coming soon

Kalypso Media has confirmed the launch date of the Nintendo Switch version of Railway Empire. The title will be available for purchase from 19 June 2020. This new role of the simulator will have included in the ...

Tropico 6 - Review

At a distance of 5 years from the last chapter, after various vicissitudes and last-minute postponements, Tropico 6 is on the home straight on our PCs since 29 March, while a console version is scheduled for ...
Tropico 6

The Tropico 6 beta is here and is accompanied by a fabulous trailer

Banana republics are serious business. The Tropico franchise has taught us to the sound of bribes, corruption, infrastructure of dubious utility and brutal repression of all forms of dissent. There...

HyperX Announces New Impact DDR4 SODIMM Memory Amid Record Levels of ...

Powerful SODIMM Performance Memory Enhances PCs for Working, Schooling or Gaming From HomeFOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - As households across the nation continue to work from ...

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance is nearly complete

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance, the latest expansion planned for Edmund McMillen's roguelike title, could finally reach its gold stage according to a new post by the author ...

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