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Tetris 99, the second DLC pack will include offline multiplayer

The Japanese Nintendo site has confirmed that the second DLC pack for Tetris 99 is coming. It will be published later this year and will finally include offline multiplayer. Unfortunately it wasn't ...

Big Block, Tetris 99's first paid DLC

Tetris 99, the Battle Royale version of the best-selling game of all time, has its first paid DLC, Big Block, which features the much-needed offline mode. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=ajs3ENpH4g4 That there were new ways ...

Tetris 99 also wins over legendary Hideki Kamiya, director of RE2 and Devil May ...

Tetris 99, Battle Royale declination of the historic brick game, has won tens of thousands of fans in the first few weeks since its launch, including the name of the legendary Hideki Kamiya. The...

Tetris 99, with the event of the weekend it is possible to win some credit for the eShop

When Tetris 99 was announced during a Nintendo Direct it was also said that there would be events coming. Today we have the details of the first event coming, which will reward ...

Tetris 99 "battle royale" is free on Switch

A new Tetris was announced during yesterday's Nintendo Direct. This new chapter, exclusively multi-player, is called Tetris 99, but has already been (jokingly) renamed "Tetris battle royale". The title, in fact, sees 99 players ...

TPG Pace Holdings and Accel Entertainment Announces Closing of Business Combination

Accel to Begin Trading on the NYSE Under the Ticker "ACEL" Accel Becomes A Leading Pure-Play Publicly Listed Gaming-as-a-Service ProviderCHICAGO & FORT WORTH, Texas - (BUSINESS WIRE) - TPG ...

SludgeFeed Partners with OpenSea to Bring Blockchain Gaming Items to News ...

BOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # BlockchainGaming - SludgeFeed, a startup crypto news website that covers the blockchain and gaming industries, has partnered with OpenSea, the leading digital marketplace for crypto ...

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