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Marvel's Avengers, open beta dates revealed

Today, Square Enix announced that the next Marvel's Avengers War Table will be available on July 29 at 19pm, and will provide an exclusive preview of the Marvel's Avengers beta schedule, coming on ...

Marvel's Avengers, revealed the final boss from the achievement list

You know, one of the most important rules for a good player is not to check the achievement list before completing the relevant title. Sometimes these leak even before ...
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Final Fantasy VII Remake and Marvel's Avengers have been postponed

Final Fantasy VII Remake and Marvel's Avengers are certainly two of the most anticipated Triple A of this 2020, and it seems that we will have to wait extra time for both, given that the two titles ...
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Gamescom 2019 - Square Enix unveils the lineup of available titles

A press release from Square Enix reveals that in Cologne, during the Gamescom videogame event, it will be possible to preview the remake of Final Fantasy VII and Marvel Avenger's as well as ...

[E3 Square Enix] officially announced Marvel Avengers

Square Enix, after a series of crackling announcements, has definitely revealed with a trailer Marvel Avengers, a title developed by Crystal Dynamics. Among the information revealed we learned that the video game will include a mode ...

Elyon, second Closed Beta announced

Rather rich period for all MMORPG fans: with the New World Beta still in progress and the imminent arrival of the highly anticipated Lost Ark, ...

Pokémon, the Netflix live action series coming?

The Pokémon world may soon have its own Netflix live action series. What do we know for now? As reported by Variety, Netflix would be at ...

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