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Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance officially announced at the Game Awards

During the Game Awards, Wizards of the Coast officially announced Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance. To celebrate the announcement, the team released a launch trailer that you can find below. The title is the sequel to Baldur's Gate: Dark ...

The Wolf Among Us 2 has been officially re-announced

Telltale Games, at the Game Awards, has just announced The Wolf Among Us 2 again. Although the team has not yet shared any further details, it has published an announcement trailer that you can see here ...
Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3, here is the launch trailer

Only three days are left until the arrival of one of the most anticipated videogame titles of the year, Borderlands 3. In case this news alone was not enough to create a remarkable hype, 2K and Gearbox have decided ...
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered, here is the launch trailer

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered, here is the launch trailer

There are only a few hours left to the release of Sniper Elite V2 Remastered but Rebellion, to keep up the hype has published a launch trailer that you can see going forward in the article. Rebellion, independent developer and publisher, celebrates ...

World War Z - Here's the launch trailer

The Saber Interactive co-op game, World War Z, will be released next week: you can see the launch trailer below: https://youtu.be/ON2Ucyvt3gY The trailer shows what looks like an heir to all effects (who knows if worthy) ...

RDR 2: launch trailer online!

Ladies and gentlemen, we are really running out. RDR 2 is coming and we are no longer in the skin. What's more, Rockstar decides to release the launch trailer today, the last one before ...

Rumor - Final Fantasy VII Remake, 100 Gb of installation required

Already in their original version, at the time of the original PlayStation, the titles of the Final Fantasy series were famous for the much storage space required ...

Street Fighter V: Capcom fixes the netcode

The Street Fighter V netcode is often the subject of heated criticism from players towards Capcom, even going so far as to develop true and ...

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