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Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Review

If you are a fan of videogames grown between the years 80 and 90 it is likely that the name "Rare" has a certain importance in your vocabulary. Creators of some of the most popular titles and characters ...

Sea Of Thieves - Incoming micro-transactions with the September update

The microtransactions also affect Sea Of Thieves, as part of the September update. This has indeed introduced the parakeets, parrots that will give the player slightly less than 500 ancient coins - the digital equivalent of 5 pounds, or ...

[gamescom 2019] Battletoads - Tested

Microsoft, in the renewal of some historic videogame franchises, through the English studio Rare, has made available Battletoads videogamers. After 28 years from the first game, Rare's brutal toads are ...

[gamescom 2019] Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair - Tried

After the reserve debut of the first Yooka-Laylee, Playtonic Games proposes a new adventure of the unlikely chameleon and bat duo making a step back on the dimensions. With The Impossible Lair we return to the origins of the genre, ...
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Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date. For years, the studio has created one classic after another ....

Sea of ​​Thieves has been developed thanks to community feedback

Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division, talked about the Sea of ​​Thieves and said it would be a completely different game without the Game Pass

Banjo-Kazooie refer to the look in merchandising products: news coming up?

Exquisite Gaming, a company that deals with merchandising, has shown new products dedicated to Banjo-Kazooie with some details different from the past.
Sea of ​​Thieves: Anniversary Update announced

Sea of ​​Thieves: Anniversary Update announced

Just yesterday Sea of ​​Thieves turned one year from its publication and, as a gift to the players, Rare announced the Anniversary Update. This huge update, defined by the developers themselves as "a new golden age" ...

Terminator: Dark Destiny, the American press praises the film

Paramount Pictures recently revealed to the American press "Terminator: Dark Destiny" and the reactions from the first vision, it seems, seem to have been extremely ...

HyperX Elevates Cloud MIX with New Rose Gold Edition

New Rose Gold Edition Features

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