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A fan made a remake of Silent Hill in first person, available the ...

Zero Trace Operative has released a demo of the first person remake of Silent Hill. It's still a concept demo that presents "the initial nightmare" of the game and nothing else. It is also very short, lasts about ...
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Panzer Dragoon: Remake will also arrive on PC through Steam

Through a tweet Forever Entertainment SA announced that Panzer Dragoon: Remake will also arrive on PC through the Steam platform.

Capcom is thinking of new remakes and reviving old glories of the past

It's no secret that Capcom has had some lean years. However, the Japanese giant managed to recover well. The key franchises that have contributed significantly to the "rebirth" are ...

Aladdin and The Lion King, after the cinema, return in remastered edition also on ...

Nighthawk Interactive has announced that the classics Aladdin and The Lion King will return in remastered version on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Harvest Moon: Friends Of Mineral Town - a remake for Nintendo Switch is in the works

Harvest Moon: Friends Of Mineral Town title released on Gameboy Andvance will see the arrival of a remake edition for Nintendo Switch. Few details are released for this remake, for example we don't know how or what ...
XIII remake announced

XIII remake announced

Today Microids and PlayMagic, respectively publisher and developer, have announced through a tweet the remake of XIII for the current generation of consoles, for PC and for Mac. When it came out in 2003, the title was able to stand out ...
Yakuza Kiwami 2, revealed the date of release on PC

Yakuza Kiwami 2, revealed the date of release on PC

The release date of Yakuza Kiwami 2 has finally been revealed. The remake of the second chapter of the Yakuza series, released in the distant 2006, returns to make us relive the same emotions with an approach ...

Capcom examines the possibility of a remake of Resident Evil 3

Towards the end of the 90 years, as the development of Resident Evil 2 dragged on, Capcom began developing other titles in the series as well. It was originally thought of as a spinoff before the ...

Blair Witch, the horror title comes to PlayStation 4 in December

Blair Witch, the interesting horror game released on Xbox One, is about to arrive on PlayStation 4 for the month of December. Blair Witch, the game ...

Detroid: Become Human, the release date of the PC version revealed

In the past few hours Quantic Dream has announced the official release date for the PC version of Detroit: Become Human. David Cage's latest work ...

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