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SINoALICE, pre-registrations open

Square Enix and Pokelabo have announced the opening of pre-registrations on iOS for their mobile RPG entitled SINoALICE. Those of the Android version had already been opened previously, gathering about 1.5 million users ...
KartRider Rush

KartRider +: surprise release on Android and iOS

Pending the release of KartRush Drift on console, Nexon has surprisingly released KartRider Rush + for iOS and Android devices. Fasten your seat belts in anticipation of a rich set of circuits, game modes ...
Dead by Daylight

Dead by Daylight, mobile version available

It is available for Dead by Daylight Mobile smartphones, survival horror video game developed by Behavior Interactive, already present for consoles and PCs. The title is now available for free download from Google Play and App Store, ...
Lara Croft GO Free is Beautiful

Free is Beautiful - Lara Croft GO

At a time like this, video games are able to represent an escape route for many people. Unfortunately, not everyone has access to the latest generation consoles or PCs suitable for use ...
NieR Reincarnation

NieR Reincarnation: the saga also arrives on smartphones

As part of the same event dedicated to the tenth anniversary since the launch of the first chapter of the series, Square Enix has announced, in addition to the new version of NieR Replicant, an unpublished title of the brand dedicated to the market ...

Pokémon GO, the event dedicated to the Lunar New Year begins

Pokémon GO will soon celebrate the Lunar New Year, and will do so by turning red. Are you ready to welcome the year of the mouse? Niantic, the well-known developer behind Pokémon GO, has released ...
Call of Duty mobile for Android and Ios

Call of Duty: Mobile, zombie mode available

Activision launches today a new Zombi time-limited experience for Call of Duty: Mobile. The new mode offers a completely new way to play first hand on iOS and Android. In this...

Dragon Quest of the Stars - The smartphone RPG arrives in the West in the 2020

Square Enix will bring its mobile RPG Dragon Quest of the Stars to the West in the early months of the 2020. The confirmation officially comes from Square Enix, which in a press release stated the imminent release of ...

[gamescom 2019] Yokai Kitchen - Tested

The gamescom offers not only games to try: much of the experience consists in wandering among wonderful booths, which compete to fascinate the curious customer. My favorite stand this year was ...
Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard

Harry Potter: United Wizards - New video

Harry Potter: United Wizards, Calling All Wizard, free-to-play augmented reality game inspired by Wizarding World, shows itself in a new video. The game Co-published and co-developed by Niantic and WB Games San Francisco, ...
tomorrow the spring event

The Pokémon GO spring event

The Pokémon GO Spring event is expected tomorrow for 19 March at 22: 00. You will see the increase in the spawn of grass-type Pokémon, new field missions, exchange of ...

Mafia III: Rivals coming in on iOS and Android

Today, 2K Games has announced that, in addition to the Mafia III project, the study has continued the development of Mafia III: Rivals, a title that will arrive free of charge in conjunction with the launch of the game ...
Scavenger Duels

Scavenger duels

When I was in the 2015 at the Collision Conference in Las Vegas looking for interesting new titles to review, even for mobile devices, Scavenger Duels struck me particularly for the beauty of the design ...

Street Fighter - Yoshinori Ono leaves Capcom

Yoshinori Ono has recently announced what Street Fighter fans did not want to hear: the director will leave his place within ...

Marvel's Avengers, big drops in frame rates in the beta for PlayStation ...

According to some tests carried out with the Marvel's Avengers beta, currently the game on PlayStation 4 has noticeable drops in frame rate.

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