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[Rumor] Cyberpunk 2077 and Ghost of Tsushima will both be released in the 2020

In the past few hours, the journalist of Kotaku, Jason Schreier, reported interesting rumors that would have reached him regarding the release of important Triple A such as Ghost of Tsushima and Cyberpunk 2077. Schreier has revealed himself ...
Kotaku accuses Nintendo and Atlus of using offensive words but the complaint turns against him

Kotaku UK accused of racism due to a complaint against Nintendo, Super Smash ...

Kotaku UK, the English version of the well-known blog, is currently at the center of a controversial and complicated story. But let's go in order, as the matter unfolds in several points. On April 18th, Kotaku ...
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Anthem, Kotaku reveals a very long series of background stories

Kotaku carried out a very long investigation concerning the development of Anthem and all its background, including everything that went wrong.

GameStop and Circle of Lies: Hundreds of testimonials are published

GameStop tried to defend itself on the Circle of Life issue, but it only had the opposite effect. Ah but how much I love populism, in the past days, despite studies and research done before ...

GameStop mind? The sad truth about the new sales program

UPDATE: At the bottom of the article you will find a testimony received following the publication of the article on our Facebook page. I recently learned that GameStop is lying, yes, other than "power to the players". Let's start immediately with the "piece" ...

No Man's Sky will miss the release?

As it is customary in the gaming world, software houses are divided into three major strands, those that make a gameplay that did not even deserve to be an early access ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 exclusive for at least six months

Sony's exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake continues. Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least six months. Shown again by Square Enix via a new trailer, ...

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