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BERSERK is the new KOEI TECMO Games game

On the occasion of the last E3 in Los Angeles, KOEI TECMO Games, the Japanese company born from the merger between the parents of DYNASTY WARRIORS and those of DEAD OR ALIVE, announced a new title based ...
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PlayStation 4K confirmed

The news was in the air for some time, but only now can we give the official status. Sony has announced that there will be an 4k PlayStation. "It is designed to coexist on the market with the standard PlayStation 4," said Andrew ...

PlayStation Games also on iOS and Android

Sony has announced the imminent arrival of the ForwardWorks division, opening in fact to the mobile. So even Sony, after Nintendo with Pokémon GO! and Miitomo, has decided to focus on platforms that have attracted more and more players for some time. According ...

Square Enix remembers David Bowie giving a copy of Omikron's Steam

Whether it's for real grief, for the usual marketing tactics, this is up to you to decide whether you are right-thinking or in bad faith. Square Enix wanted to honor the disappearance of the famous ...

Hideo Kojima, his future is with Sony

The thirty-year relationship between Hideo Kojima and Konami ended, the famous Japanese author founded his independent development company, Kojima Productions, and announced that the first title of Kojima ...

Penn National Gaming Closes Public Offering of Common Stock, Raising Gross ...

WYOMISSING, Pa .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Penn National Gaming, Inc. (PENN: Nasdaq) ("Penn National" or the "Company") today announced that it has closed on its underwritten public offering ...

Xbox Game Pass, unveiled the date on which the ...

In the past few hours, Microsoft has officially unveiled the date on which the titles of the EA Play catalog will be added to the Xbox Game Pass. Although in fact ...

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