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Animal Crossing: New Horizons - How to play in "vegan mode"

Life on your own island of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is easy and relaxing, but what to do when you are not a fan of animal use (even if virtual) for ulterior motives? To this...
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Cooking Mama: Cookstar awarded by PETA for vegetarian mode

The organization PETA rewarded the upcoming game on Nintendo Switch, Cooking Mama: Cookstar, for the introduction of vegetarian cuisine.
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Again PETA, more and more exhilarating. This time against Nintendo ...

We don't have to tell you anything about PETA. On Nintendo either. Let's talk about the game accused by the animal rights association: nothing less than the brand new 1-2-Switch. In particular, the minigame where the act of milking is simulated. In the letter ...
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PETA: stop fur on WARHAMMER. Some considerations ...

Here we go again. PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) is not new to this type of outbreak, but reading new ones always makes it a pleasure. This time, after Cooking Mama, Pokémon and ...

PETA vs. Farming Simulator 17

PETA, an organization in favor of animal rights, in a letter to the Managing Director of the game, Christian Amman, and the developers of the Farming Simulator 17 game, Giants Software, requested the addition of the slaughterhouse ...

Sony aims to sell 15 million PlayStation 5s by March ...

Calling PlayStation 5 an unobtainable console is a bit like discovering hot water. In the nine months following its launch, the new gem of ...

Diablo Immortal, the release date has been officially moved to 2022

Diablo Immortal, the new mobile iteration of the historic Blizzard franchise, has seen its launch window officially moved in the past few hours ...

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