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[gamescom 2019] Report of the Nvidia showcase

Gamescom starts tomorrow but already today we had our work cut out. In addition to the ASUS press conference, we participated in the Nvidia showcase focused on the titles that will implement Ray Tracing in ...

Terraria Nintendo Switch Version - Review

For those who in recent years have been caught up in the "sandboxmania" born with Minecraft, it is impossible not to know Terraria. The game created by Re-Logic is often played down as a simple "Minecraft 2D", but while the ...
Minecraft celebrates the 10 years with Minecraft Earth

Minecraft celebrates its tenth birthday with Minecraft Earth

10 years have passed well since the release of Minecraft and there are still many projects and innovations that still manage to bring with it. We see in this press release what awaits us to celebrate the anniversary. For...
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Notch was not invited to the event celebrating the ten years of Minecraft

In the last few hours in an exclusive interview on Variety Microsoft said that the creator of Minecraft, Marcus "Notch" Persson, will not be present at the event to celebrate ten years of the game. According to the company representative of ...

[Poor Gamer] Setup and How to recognize it

We have always talked about the cool side of gaming, the one made up of LED lights, hundreds of FPS, extremely vascular refresh rates and superhuman computational powers. Not today, today I want to give voice to ...

The Minecraft movie has been postponed, it will not be released in 2019 anymore

Three years ago the film was announced on Minecraft and its release was scheduled for May 2019 but there are big news about it.

Mojang announces Minecraft: Dungeons

The success of Minecraft knows no limits and for this reason that those of Mojang have decided to get to work to develop a spin-off of the famous game. The game was announced directly at ...
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The most sold game in Japan on Switch is not a Nintendo title

This is very, very strange news. In Japan, Nintendo Switch is literally selling like hotcakes. The same can be said with his games, so much so that The Legend of Zelda: Breath ...

Call of Duty: Mobile Launches October 1

Developed Exclusively for Android and iOS, New Free-to-Play Mobile Game Delivers the Definitive Call of Duty Full Features Head-to-Head

Alan Wake Remastered coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and ...

According to rumors circulating in the last few hours, Alan Wake could return to a remastered version on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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