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The Microsoft Game Pass could arrive on the Nintendo Switch

It seems that Microsoft is preparing an unprecedented partnership with Nintendo. According to a report by Direct Feed Games, Microsoft is working to make the Xbox Game Pass subscription service available on Nintendo Switch. The...

Sony praises Nintendo and Microsoft: "stop with the console war"

Sony's Shawn Layden praised Nintendo and Microsoft, declaring that both did well and that the console war is a concept to be overcome.
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Is Scalebound going to return as the exclusive Nintendo Switch?

According to rumors, Scalebound will be revived by Nintendo and will come as an exclusive on Nintendo Switch. Originally, the open world action title of Platinum Games was an exclusive Xbox One but was canceled by da ...

Microsoft creates a special offer for the Game Pass on Valentine's Day

As usual, the most loved day by couples is approaching and hated by singles: Valentine's Day. Microsoft, however, would seem to have thought of a very interesting offer that would make all owners of ... happy

Many developers are already working on next gen games

A survey conducted at 4000 developers highlighted that many of them are already working on the next-generation PlayStation 5 and Scarlett consoles.

Sea Of Thieves has suddenly become one of the most viewed games on Twitch

After an intriguing (and worrying) launch in March 2018, Rare's ambitious pirate-based work, Sea of ​​Thieves, found itself lost at sea. There wasn't actually much to do ...

Xbox Scarlett, some voices see the arrival of two different models, with dedicated OS and ...

We don't often talk about the next Microsoft console, currently known as Xbox Scarlett, and indeed the information on it is really very little if not null. However, as often happens, we have different voices ...

Red Dead Online: report the first problems on Xbox One

About a month after the launch of the highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games has finally released the beta of Red Dead Online, for some hours now, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, allowing ...

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