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Google Stadia

Google Stadia, don't hope to spend less on games

Google Stadia, the innovative and controversial Google video game streaming service, is preparing for its November launch. Many, however, are still the questions and perplexities to which ...

Is Disney interested in buying Hulu too?

Disney, as we all know, recently bought 20th Century Fox and in the agreement there were several networks including Hulu. The house of little mouse, currently, owns the 60% of the shares of the American entertainment giant and being ...

Playstation Now also arrives in Italy

Quite unexpectedly, Sony Playstation Italia announced during an event held in Milan the arrival of Playstation Now in Italy today, 12 Marzo 2019. The famous service of the Japanese company, already available in the United States ...
microsoft

Microsoft is about to launch a video game streaming service

Microsoft officially introduced Project xCloud, its streaming service dedicated to video games. At the June E3 2018, the head of Xbox Phil Spencer announced that soon Microsoft would have had related announcements ...

PS2 lands on Playstation Now

The Sony streaming service, Playstation Now, expands its horizons and is enriched with some titles originally released on Playstation 2. Those that have been inserted are only the first of a ...

Twitch, Amazon and stuff for free

I apologize for the lack of irreverence of my articles in recent months, personal problems. So let's go straight to the fundamental reason that led you to read what I'm about to write, or LA ROBBA AGGRATISE. Yes, the ...

MLG: Enhanced Viewer Experience

Yesterday Activision Blizzard Media Networks (ABMN), a division of Activision Blizzard, Inc., at the 2016 edition of the IAB Digital Content NewFronts, announced the launch of new content, new broadcasting experiences and new distribution partnerships for ...

Dead by Daylight - Crossover with Stranger Things thanks to the latest DLC

The Dead by Daylight horror game has had numerous crossovers and collaborations with various horror sagas, including Scream, Saw, and Nightmare on Elm Street. And now directly ...

MediEvil PS4 Remake has entered the Gold phase

With the launch of MediEvil's PlayStation 4 remake next month, it was announced today that the game has entered the ...

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