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Free is beautiful - Limbo

The Epic Game Store continues the flurry of free games and after Torchlight last week, it's up to Limbo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4HSyVXKYz8 Limbo is an 2D puzzle platformer with a strong "trial and death" character, for the same will of ...

Inside coming on Nintendo Switch and iOS

Nintendo Switch already has a discreet playground, especially thanks to internal productions, but now also other companies, even in the indie scene, have noticed the commercial success of the new console ...
Steam sales

Last few hours Steam sales: the 10 games not to be missed

Less than 24 hours at the end of the Summer Steam Sale. You probably have already bought what you wanted, but the intent of this "ranking" is to bring back the titles that, in our opinion, not only ...

The Accept - Multiple Games with Steam and GOG.com

Welcome guys back on the random number section of the Kitty Corner, as you have noticed there is no fixed programming, sometimes video, sometimes article, sometimes 3 in a week, sometimes a month without, ...
LIMBO

LIMBO can be downloaded for free from Steam

LIMBO appeared frequently in the Humble Bundles during the sales, and was also given to the first buyers of Xbox One. The indie title was given to Xbox Live users the ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...

Twitch now knows everything, bought the Internet Gaming Database

Twitch has acquired the Internet Gaming Database from which it will be able to draw all the information of most of the existing games.
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