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The Division 2 expands with a new raid

New raid coming for all the players of The Division 2. The Operation "Horse of Steel" will in fact be available starting from 18.00 today for all owners of the DLC Warlords of New ...
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Pokemon Go: Raid from home starts

Niantic has decided to meet the needs of the lockdown caused by the Coronavirus. From today, April 28, in fact, it is possible to perform Raid on Pokemon Go from home, thanks to the remote Raid function. THE...

The Division 2, Ubisoft could reduce the difficulty of the last raid

Raids are the greatest possible challenge in a team shooter. They require coordination, concentration and great communication skills among the various team members. The latest raid entered in The Division 2 ...

Pokémon GO, guide to capture Mewtwo

Niantic revealed the criteria for being invited to the exclusive raid to capture the legendary Pokémon Mewtwo in a post. Players can receive the invitation only if they have taken part in at least one Raid EX, ...

[Video Address Book] Free to Play, DLC, and Rage: Video Games Are Expensive?

What we want to deal with today mainly focuses on how expensive video games have become (or even the contrary, tell me you). Expensive not only in pecuniary terms, but we still proceed with order. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvvbJeoRhKY Free to play The free ...

TGS 2020, gameplay video for Monster Hunter Rise

The Tokyo Game Show 2020 continues at full speed, and this time we are talking about Capcom which showed the first gameplay video of Monster ...

TGS 2020: Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Impa is the new ...

The Tokyo Games Show 2020 was also the venue for Koei Tecmo's conference, which took advantage of the event to bring new information about Hyrule ...

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