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What will be the "mini" of today?

Did you think you could save yourself from the new "mini" fashion? MISTAKEN. This time it's up to Nintendo again (and with this we are at 3) that apparently registered the Game brand in September ...
Super Mario Odyssey

How does life go to Super Mario Odyssey?

Missing less than a month at the exit of his majesty Super Mario Odyssey and one thing that was immediately noticed, maybe thinking it was only related to not definitive builds, is the lack ...
SNES Classic Mini

The NES Classic Mini and the SNES Classic Mini are pretty much the same thing

Tomorrow, September 29, will be available in stores the long-awaited SNES Classic Mini, but if you already have a NES Classic Mini in your home, you may already have holders of some of the ...

Will Sony come back with a new portable console?

In the world of the portable console market Sony has had a fabulous moment of glory with the PSP regret and a resounding flop with the beautiful but unfortunate PS Vita. In this regard, or rather ...
The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda's triforce completes with the last book

The trilogy is about to end: the three is a recurring number in The Legend of Zelda and the same triforce, the identifying symbol of the saga, takes us back to the perfect number. The same thing will have thought ...

Redeem Celebi for Pokémon Sun and Moon!

Pokémon Gold and Silver are available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop and those who purchase one of the two titles will get a gift: a code for the Legendary Pokemon Celebi, which you can redeem at Pokèmon Sun, ...

Nintendo drops Banhammer on Super Mario 64 Online

It was not a question of if, but only when Nintendo would start its lawsuit against the creators of the Super Mario 64 Online Rom (which we discussed in this article). From this...
Super Mario Odyssey

Super Mario Odyssey and PEGI 12 + sex

The new chapter of the world's most famous plumber (or perhaps ex?) Is coming to Nintendo Switch and has already made a lot of talk about itself: not only because it is already a candidate for GOTY, ...

Cyberpunk 2077, why did CD Projekt Red postpone the game?

Cyberpunk 2077 is probably the most anticipated game coming in 2020. CD Projekt Red has been working on the title for seven years ....

Left 4 Dead 3, Valve is not working on the title

The rumors about Left 4 Dead 3 are back to make themselves heard. After all, Valve is returning to developing games. Between the surprise announcement of ...

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