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Stranger Things by Telltale: gameplay footage leaked

Breaking news in recent days has been the closure for Telltale Games' bankruptcy, with relative cancellation of various projects, including an adaptation of the TV series Netflix Stranger Things. They are, therefore, leaked online in ...

The Walking Dead: The Final Season is shown in memory of the first chapter

Yesterday Telltale Games published an image of The Walking Dead: The Final Season, waiting for this to be shown completely during PAX East; no news on the game itself, but from the image ...

Telltale unveils his Series Collection for The Walking Dead

Telltale will have an early Christmas present for zombie fans: from December 5, in fact, it will be possible to buy a collection containing all the seasons of the gaming adaptation of The Walking Dead, with their respective DLC, ...
Game of Thrones, Until Dawn and all of the July PlayStation Plus games

Game of Thrones, Until Dawn and all the PS Plus games in July

Sony Interactive Entertainment has recently unveiled the lineup of titles that will constitute the precious booty for all subscribers of the PlayStation Plus service. Starting next month, and that is between ...

Allied Esports Entertainment Announces Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results

Third Quarter 2019 Revenue of $ 6.0 Million, Up 10% Year-Over-YearIRVINE, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Allied Esports Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AESE) ("Allied Esports" or "Company") , to global ...

Rockstar - Recruitment in progress for an upcoming open-world title ...

Rockstar North, the development studio behind the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series, recently released Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, giving us ...

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