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Shakedown Hawaii - Review

Want to find out how it feels to run a bankrupt company? In Shakedown Hawaii, you can live it. To do so, however, I immediately warn you, you find yourself having to get your hands dirty.

Blizzard is enthusiastic about Diablo III on Nintendo Switch and opens up new collaborations ...

The collaboration of Blizzard and Nintendo to bring the famous Diablo III to Switch has been a great success for both companies, and it is precisely for this reason that in the future more could come ...

Super Mario Maker 2 - let's discover all the news from Nintendo Direct

Nintendo Direct on Super Mario Maker 2 has just ended and there have been plenty of game news. The Kyoto industry has indeed revealed some details about the title coming ...
Samurai Showdown will be released for Ps4 and One in June of the 2019

Samurai Shodown - Confirmed the release date for consoles

Samurai Shodown, fighting game released in 93 for Neo Geo, returns this summer with a reboot coming out on our consoles. The game, for those of you who follow its development, knows it's coming ...

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder - arrives today on Nintendo Switch

A Salima Cosmocover press release tells us that, from today, Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder is available on Nintendo. Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder is available in ...

Discord developers would like to take the app to Nintendo Switch too

Discord is now one of the indispensable programs for players (and not only) nowadays, with a simple interface and a system of free and highly customizable servers, it has conquered the heart ...

Giga Wrecker Alt. - Review

Giga Wrecker Alt. Is the latest effort in Game Freak, the studio we all know for the Pokémon series. Actually Giga Wrecker Alt. Is not a real novelty, since ...
MotoGP ™ 19

MotoGP ™ 19 - Revealed the multiplayer news

Are you ready for a sparkling new season in the MotoGP ™ series? Run on your two-wheeled MotoGP ™ 19 racing cars! Get involved in competitions with connected users from all over the world. Big news ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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