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The Outer Worlds - Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds, unveiled resolution and performance of the Switch version

The team responsible for the Nintendo Switch version of The Outer Worlds has released statements regarding the performance that the title promises to offer on day one. According to the publisher who devoted himself to these ...

Don't expect too many PS4 exclusives on PC

Despite recent announcements of the portals of Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding on PC, Sony Worldwide Studios boss Herman Hulst has pointed out that this will not be the rule. The...
The Outer Worlds - Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds, the Nintendo Switch version was planned by accident

The first-person RPG The Outer Worlds, produced by Obsidian Entertainment, was originally devoid of its still unreleased version for Nintendo Switch. The choice to start its development has been taken a posteriori, ...

Dragon Quest - The original trilogy arrives on Nintendo Switch later this month

Square Enix has announced that the Switch versions of the first three titles in the Dragon Quest series will be available in western territory on the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 27. The three portings are the same versions that came out for PS4 and ...

Braveland Trilogy - Review

Braveland Trilogy is a strategic turn-based RPG with cartoon graphics, porting for Nintendo Switch of the three titles in this series (Braveland, Braveland Pirate and Braveland Wizard) already released on PC between 2014 and ...

Inside coming on Nintendo Switch and iOS

Nintendo Switch already has a discreet playground, especially thanks to internal productions, but now also other companies, even in the indie scene, have noticed the commercial success of the new console ...

Konami messes with a Silent Hill 2 themed tweet

Silent Hill hasn't been mentioned in a while. Although a few months ago Konami's survival horror did a little ...

Skully - Review

For those who grew up between the 80s and 90s and started their video-game "career" at that time, the ...

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