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Samurai Showdown will be released for Ps4 and One in June of the 2019

Samurai Shodown - Confirmed the release date for consoles

Samurai Shodown, fighting game released in 93 for Neo Geo, returns this summer with a reboot coming out on our consoles. The game, for those of you who follow its development, knows it's coming ...

Monster Hunter World - Trial version available on Playstation 4

A trial version of Monster Hunter World is now available on Playstation 4 until 20 May. The version in question allows you to play the introductory section of the famous Capcom house title. All...
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint - Revealed gameplay and release date

Ubisoft's latest livestream has provided us with the very first details about Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Release date first of course. Arousing for this last motivation, even more the interest in the fans. Tom Clancy's Ghost ...
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Code Vein - Exclusive gameplay of tutorials and story mode

The visceral love of a good slice of the gamer so much towards the souls (Dark Souls in the first place) as of the souls is now out of the question. Bandai Namco has many expectations about his killer ...
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Rage 2 - Watch the launch trailer

Missing just now at the exit of Rage 2. The Bethesda shooter, which is so much talked about, shows itself in all its glory in a brand new launch trailer. In the video,...
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MotoGP ™ 19 - Revealed the multiplayer news

Are you ready for a sparkling new season in the MotoGP ™ series? Run on your two-wheeled MotoGP ™ 19 racing cars! Get involved in competitions with connected users from all over the world. Big news ...
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Kholat has been played by 3,5 millions of users

The indie software house IMGN.PRO has announced that its Kholat, a first-person survival horror film focused on an event that actually happened, known as the "Djatlov Pass Incident", has been up to ...
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EA Access also available for Playstation 4

Several major video games are betting a lot on the future of video game distribution. While today we are now firmly rooted in the digital delivering era, there will come a day when maybe most of the games will be ...

The 2020 Call of Duty will be developed again by Treyarch

In the past few hours Kotaku has reported interesting news regarding the 2020 Call of Duty, which apparently will be developed again by Treyarch. While...

Electronic Arts shows the most realistic hair ever thanks to ...

Electronic Arts presented an updated version of its Frostbite graphics engine with a video showing how hair is made.

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