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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 ...
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Pokémon GO never so good: in 2019 revenues close to 900 million dollars

Pokémon GO's revenues in 2019 have been the highest ever since the game hit iOS and Android devices.
Niantic and Qualcomm

Niantic and Qualcomm come together to create AR glasses

The creators of Pokemon Go and Qualcomm have decided to join forces to produce augmented reality glasses. So the two companies have formalized their union to build AR glasses ...

Microsoft, Sony and Google team up to tackle the climate crisis

The climate crisis is inevitably one of the central themes of the current era, an alarm that we can no longer ignore and today some of the most important giants linked to the world of video games formally form ...

One Piece invades Pokémon GO, a dedicated event coming

Niantic has announced that, only in Japanese territory, there will soon be an event in Pokémon GO dedicated to the famous manga and anime One Piece.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Harry Potter: United Wizards, great gains for the Niantic game

Harry Potter: United Wizards, first game made by Niantic after Pokémon GO, has just been published. Returning to engage in development after what has been a real cultural phenomenon ...
Harry Potter Wizards Unite also available in Italy

Harry Potter Wizards Unite also available in Italy

After the success of Pokemon GO, Niantic plunges headlong into the magical world created by JK Rowling with the Harry Potter Wizards Unite. Chopsticks in position! Niantic, Inc. and WB Games announce that Harry Potter ™: Wizards Unite is ...

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the new game of Niantic is shown in the first images

Niantic has published the first images of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite for iOS and Android devices, which will put us in the shoes of a wizard in the real world.

SoulCalibur VI: Haohmaru is shown in a new trailer

SoulCalibur VI expands its roster thanks to a new fight from another famous fighting game: Samurai Shodown's Haohmaru. The occasion of EVO Japan ...

Marc Laidlaw was consulted for Half-Life: Alyx

It is always difficult to accept that one of the creators of a series can get away from it. Marc Laidlaw was instrumental in developing the plots of the series of ...

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