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Capcom announces Devil May Cry 2 coming September 19 on Switch

Capcom and Nintendo announced last night that Nintendo's Devil May Cry 2 remaster has arrived on Switch. The game will be available starting next September 19 and will introduce a ...
Turok 2 Seeds Of Evil

Turok 2 arrives on Nintendo Switch

The expansion of the video game roster available on Nintendo Switch continues unabated, with a mix of new arrivals and old glories. The list also includes Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, the Mesozoic shooter (well, ...
WWE Smackdown Here Comes The Pain

Yuke's could produce a WWE SmackDown Here Comes The Pain remaster

Sixteen years after his debut, WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain remains one of the most popular and fan favorite wrestling games, and is still considered by many to be the best chapter in ...

Arena - Remastered, reboot and remake

Good morning and good evening, I don't know when you will read these lines but let's start with a small introduction. Your dear Accattino Lyed (whose opinion is at the bottom of the article) welcomes you to a historical column ...

Crash Bandicoot on PS4? Details & Info + Trivia

Ok the graphics, ok the Crash-fag that lives in my limbs. It is absolutely not the same as when I was a child, but caspiterina if they have my money. Today at the PlayStation Experience in the middle ...

Detroit: Become Human - Possible Release Date for E3 2016

Do you know the fagot stuck to Quantic Dream, David Cage, Fahrenheit, Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls? Well, you're reading lines written by one of those hateful individuals. Presented in the now remote 2012 with a ...

NBA 2K20 - Review

If you have the finished 4-2 in the eyes for Toronto against Golden State thanks to a sumptuous Kawhi Leonard, if you are following with anxiety ...

Zynga Launches Spellbinding New Puzzle Adventure Game Merge Magic!

Follow-up to the Massive Hit Merge Dragons !, Merge Magic! Lets Players Conjure Mythical New CreaturesSAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Zynga Inc. (Nasdaq: ZNGA), a global leader in ...

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