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Death Stranding PC version - Review

About eight months have passed since the release of Death Stranding on Sony consoles, a fairly short period of time, all in all, except that the whole world was hit by one of the ...

Norman Reedus: "In talks with Hideo Kojima for other projects"

The artistic partnership between Norman Reedus and Hideo Kojima seems destined to continue for a long time. The actor lent himself for an "Autocomplete Interview" on WIRED relating to the "Most searched questions on the web" and, one of ...

Death Stranding, announced the release date of the PC version

505 Games, which will publish the PC version of Hideo Kojima's revolutionary title "DEATH STRANDING" in partnership with KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS, today revealed that the game will be released simultaneously on Steam and Epic Games ...
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Death Stranding, Norman Reedus explains how he turned into Sam

Norman Reedus, interpreter of Sam in Death Stranding, spoke of the experience of acting in a video game and how it is different from the cinema.
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TGS: Death Stranding shows itself in a long gameplay video

One of the undisputed protagonists of this fall, willy-nilly, will surely be Death Stranding, the latest work of the histrionic Hideo Kojima. The father of Metal Gear Solid was (as usual) very cryptic in the last ...

Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus will talk about Death Stranding at the Tribeca Film Festival

Hideo Kojima will return to the Tribeca Film Festival in two weeks to talk about Death Stranding with the protagonist Norman Reedus.

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

Two Bit Circus REMOTE Brings a Live, Interactive, Play-From-Home Game Show ...

Join Us Every Thursday for Hilarious Commentary & Friendly Competition from the Comfort of Your CouchLOS ANGELES - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # REMOTE - Two Bit Circus, the company that's been ...

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