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Multiplayer arrives on No Man's Sky

From time to time No Man's Sky comes back to be talked about. After so much criticism, which suggested a rapid abandonment of the ship by the developers in the first period, now at a distance ...

Empires Apart - Review

In the last period I had the opportunity to try Empires Apart, the new RTS of the very Italian studio DESTINYBit and I must say that I am very torn in writing this article. https://youtu.be/K_MgTbgUI1Q Those who chew the genre well, cannot fail to compare ...

Arena - Single Player Deceased, according to Square Enix it may be.

Welcome back dear and loyal PDV readers, today we bring a much discussed topic lately, the alleged "death" of the single player in favor of multiplayer. At least this is what Square Enix said: Gone are the ...

Uncharted 4: End of a Thief, The new DLC will be revealed in September

Naughty Dog has announced on its official blog that on Wednesday 21 September a live stream will be broadcast where the new additional contents of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End will be shown. The live broadcast is fixed on the channel ...

Dark Souls "Global Restart Day"

Dark Souls players all over the world, don't make plans for June 10th! The world community of Reddit to celebrate the 100,000 subscribers to the trend / r / DarkSouls organized the "Global Restart Day" on Dark ...

Cross-Network play: PS4 and XBOX One joined by multiplayer?

It all started on March 14 when Chris Charla, director of independent developers for Xbox, posted a letter on the official Microsoft website with the intentions for the Game Developers Conference. Among these purposes, take a look, ...

Uncharted 4 Open week end

Naughty Dog is rallying players around the world, inviting them to the Uncharted 4: A Thief's End multiplayer open weekend. Starting from March 4th at 18.00 pm, the event will begin ...

Community: instructions for use

Are you a forever halo and don't know who to play COD with? Would you like to join a Minecraft server but none of your friends know it? You're in the right place! First you have to ...

Activision Blizzard case - J. Allen Brack leaves the company

Let's go back to talking about the Activision Blizzard case, which in the last two weeks has shaken the foundations of the same company and the videogame industry. This time,...

Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately ...

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