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Gearbox suggests the arrival of something related to Bulletstorm or Duke Nukem

Gearbox, after suggesting the arrival of Borderlands 3 and Borderlands 2 on Nintendo Switch, returns to publish a teaser, this time much easier to crack. The software house has posted on Twitter ...

Tetris 99 also wins over legendary Hideki Kamiya, director of RE2 and Devil May ...

Tetris 99, Battle Royale declination of the historic brick game, has won tens of thousands of fans in the first few weeks since its launch, including the name of the legendary Hideki Kamiya. The...

Nintendo Switch: Four free-to-play titles that are worth playing

Surely the choice of titles you can buy on Switch is not lacking, but there are also some free ones that have nothing to envy them. And many of them are not affected by the plague ...
Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission is the new chapter of the Dragonball Heroes card-game coming out for Switch and Pc. Thanks to a roster of 350 fighters, you can play the role of a Super ...

Capcom opens Devil May Cry 5 on Nintendo Switch?

The long awaited Devil May Cry 5, the franchise's new entry available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, was released by Capcom today. The title as we know was not ...
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Nintendo Switch exceeds the historic Wii sales record in the first two years of ...

Nintendo Switch is surely the hardware that was needed by the Kyoto company to recover after the "flop" of Wii U. The hybrid console launched on the market just over two years ago is selling units ...

The best-selling console in Japan in the 2018 is Nintendo Switch

Famitsu, the historic Japanese videogame magazine, has published a report which shows the best-selling 10 games in the 2018 and the sales data of the main consoles. Obviously the information only concerns the ...

Astral Chain: new action announced for Nintendo Switch

During the last Nintendo Direct, the Japanese company announced a new action by Platinum Games, creators of Bayonetta, called Astral Chain. The announcement was accompanied by a two-minute trailer that ...

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