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Persona 5 Strikers surpasses one million copies sold

The Persona series continues to score points in terms of popularity. Persona 5 Strikers has in fact become the fourth best-selling title in the franchise, placing 1.3 million copies sold throughout the ...
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TGS 2020 - Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires announced

Hyrule Warriors wasn't the only title in the pipeline for the 2020 TGS for Koei Tecmo. The software house has in fact announced a new project dedicated to Dynasty Warriors, the musou series par excellence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxX13sKv0Gg This new spin-off linked to Dynasty Warriors 9, ...

Persona 5 Scramble, mind-boggling sales in the first week of launch

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is available in Japan from February 20 and, in just one week, 75% of the stock was sold. According to sales figures published by Dengeki Online, the ...
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Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers - Preview

Announced during the second day of "Persona Super Live 2019", following Persona 5 The Royale, Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers was initially the protagonist of various controversies and complaints from the ...
DYNASTY WARRIORS 9

DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 shows you in video

Announced for some time by KOEI TECMO GAMES but made official only a few weeks ago, DYNASTY WARRIORS 9 is the promising eighth episode of the Shin Sangoku Musou saga. Because eighth in Japan and ninth by ...

Rumor - Ubisoft may have approved the development of a new ...

Almost 10 years have passed since the release of Splinter Cell: Blacklist (2013), the last chapter on the console of the Ubisoft series dedicated to agent Sam Fisher. In the years...

Steam Deck will have its own rating system to indicate the ...

The release of Steam Deck is around the corner and Valve has started its promotional campaign, listing the various features of the upcoming console ...

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