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HOOPS: basketball for Rocket League

26 April awaits the basketball-awaited Hoops mode as a new FREE update of the game. Furthermore, it will also be possible to purchase the "NBA Flag Pack" licensed package containing the ...

Final Fantasy XV: Release Date and Proven Demo

PLATINUM DEMO - FINAL FANTASY XV is a free demo that shows players the dream world of the young Noctis. The events will be specific to the demo, and provide a unique and separate experience, not ...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan

Activision Publishing, Inc., Nickelodeon and developer PlatinumGames Inc. released a new trailer for the upcoming third-person action game "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants ...

Cross-Network play: PS4 and XBOX One joined by multiplayer?

It all started on March 14 when Chris Charla, director of independent developers for Xbox, posted a letter on the official Microsoft website with the intentions for the Game Developers Conference. Among these purposes, take a look, ...

E3 2016? Also take part!

  Have you ever thought that simply by playing online you would be participating in the largest annual videogame event in the beautiful city of Los Angeles? Yes, we are talking about E3 2016: thanks to Sony this is ...

Overwatch [Beta] will come back shortly

Blizzard's highly anticipated 6v6 FPS continues to be talked about, including beta in fits and starts, details on a not exactly clear future and a Mom who wants it at all costs among the ...

Age of Empires IV is shown in a gameplay of 38 ...

There is very little time left for Age of Empires IV, the historic RTS saga that has been waiting for a sequel for many years. At ten days ...

Epic Games Store Opens Doors to Blockchain-Based Video Games ...

In the last few days, Valve has updated its guidelines dedicated to titles that cannot be published within their digital platform ...

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