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NieR Replicant

Nier Replicant, modders are already fixing the PC version

The PC version of Nier Replicant isn't as disappointing as the Nier Automata port but still has a number of annoying problems. Animations are tied frames, so go beyond 60 ...
NieR Replicant

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… - PC porting suffers on a technical level

In just over 7 hours, Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139 ..., the remake of the first chapter of the Nier series and previously only available in Japan, will arrive on Steam. However, some of the reviews released in the past few hours have ...
Driver 2 Ubisoft Reflections PC Porting ReDriver 2

ReDriver 2: Driver 2 PC Porting Released

Super Mario 64 isn't alone in enjoying a PC port. Thanks to the commitment and passion of a group of fans, now also Driver 2 can be preserved and replayed by fans of the series, through the ...

The Fall Guys ports are not a priority

Fall Guys is definitely the game of the moment, but it remains a PC and PS4 exclusive at the moment. From the very first hour, however, rumors of possible ports circulated around the Mediatonic game, in particular for ...
Horizon Zero Dawn Guerrilla Games

Sony plans to bring more PlayStation titles to PC

A Sony company report, released in recent days, seems to confirm the Japanese company's intention to bring other PlayStation exclusives to the PC platform. After the success of Death Stranding, in fact, Sony seems to have smelled the smell of ...
Horizon Zero Dawn Guerrilla Games

Horizon Zero Dawn - Guerrilla responds to criticism of the PC port

Horizon Zero Dawn came to PC in the worst possible way. Between our review, the analysis of Digital Foundry and the review bombing on Steam it is now clear to everyone that the game of ...
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 has dedicated himself to these ...

Don't expect too many PS4 exclusives on PC

Despite the recent announcements of the ports of Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding to PC, the head of Sony Worldwide Studios, Herman Hulst, was keen to point 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 Outer Worlds first-person RPG, produced by Obsidian Entertainment, was originally devoid of its as-yet-unreleased Nintendo Switch version. The decision to start development was taken afterwards, ...

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

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

Braveland Trilogy - Review

Braveland Trilogy is a turn-based strategic RPG with cartoonic graphics, porting for Nintendo Switch of the three titles of 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 ...

Xbox Game Pass: Aragami 2, Subnautica: Below Zero and many more ...

In the past few hours, Microsoft has announced, through a post on the official blog, a ton of new titles arriving in the coming weeks on Xbox ...

Nintendo Switch, confirmed price cut, but only in Europe

Nintendo Switch will suffer a price cut in its standard version, but only on European territory. Let's find out why. After the rumors of the past few days, ...

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