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[E3 Nintendo] Banjo-Kazooie enter the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster

While we imagine poor Waluigi in a corner crying for not being able to enter this time again as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo decides to drop the nostalgic bomb ...

[E3 Square Enix] announced the return of Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

Square Enix, during the conference, revealed that Final Fantasy VIII will return this year on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam) in a remastered format. In FINAL FANTASY VIII, ...

The E3 has come: here are our predictions and hopes

There is no time of the year that fascinates (and stresses) gamers like that of E3. What will be announced? Will we celebrate with sparkling wine or will we find ourselves desperately complaining about yet another rip-off? In this editorial you find ...
Spyro Reignited Trilogy

Spyro Reignited Trilogy - possible arrival on Switch in September

Spyro Reignited Trilogy is perhaps one of the perfect collections for fans of the purple dragon, and this time it could also arrive on Switch. It all started in February 2018, where the first leaks started ...
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The Witcher 3 - Geralt's voice actor would like the game on Nintendo Switch

Rumors about a possible version of The Witcher 3 coming to Nintendo Switch seem not to want to calm down. This time to turn on the hopes of those who would like to see a port of the title on the console ...

[Pokèmon Direct] Sword and Shield Pokémon - Let's discover all the details of the two new ...

During the Pokémon Direct aired today, the release date of the last titles in the main series of Pokémon video games called Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield was announced. They have also been ...

Harvest Moon Mad Dash announced for Nintendo Switch

Less than two weeks before the beginning of E3, more and more developers are unveiling rumors about their titles in order not to risk being dominated by other issues. The Pokemon Company threw itself at first ...

John Vignocchi leaves Gearbox and joins Nintendo

John Vignocchi, a former vice president of Disney Interactive, left Gearbox in order to land on Nintendo of America.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, lots of new information on the action RPG

Famitsu has released new details of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Bandai Namco's new action RPG title coming to the 2020 on PlaySttaion 4, Xbox One and PC.

Unity Technologies Finds That 63% of Creatives Struggle with Implementing AR ...

Client and consumer demand is scaling faster than technical competency, survey reveals CANNES, France - (BUSINESS WIRE) - To mark the second day ...

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