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Hideo Kojima: Death Stranding interview and more

Hideo Kojima finally returns to speak: yesterday, during a tour in his new studio in Tokyo, he indeed gave an interview to Radio 1 Newsbeat (reported on the BBC website) of which below you will find a selection of ...

Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience announced on PS4, Xbox One and PC

Since the announcement of the division into two parts of the fifth chapter of the Metal Gear Solid saga, we were more than convinced that, sooner or later, Konami would have proposed a version of the game containing both ...

Shadow Moses: Online the first trailer

The first trailer of Shadow Moses was published yesterday on Youtube by the iRam Gamer channel. For those who missed something, Shadow Moses is nothing but a remake made only by a ...

Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain: Review

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain ... I think almost every gamer was waiting like us for the last work of the great master Hideo Kojima ("master" because, let's face it, after 20 years of success in the world ...

Hideo Kojima, his future is with Sony

The thirty-year relationship between Hideo Kojima and Konami ended, the famous Japanese author founded his independent development company, Kojima Productions, and announced that the first title of Kojima ...

Google Stadia, the company sheds light on discounted titles and the subscription ...

After a tweet that triggered the concern of Google Stadia owners, the company wanted to clarify the situation of the securities purchased at a discount.

Destiny 2, here are the sales for black friday

The Bungie Black Friday sales begin the 22 November. The Timeless Season ends next month. This is the last chance for ...

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