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Duke Nukem co-creator defends crunch

With the landslide victory of The Last of Us Part 2 at the latest Game Awards, audiences and critics have begun to debate and create controversy around the award ceremony. Among them, the site ...
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The Game Awards 2020 - All Announcements

And The Game Awards 2020 have also ended. This year's edition was full of announcements but let's start with the list of winners: Game of the Year: The Last of Us ...
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TGA 2020 - Shown a teaser of the new Dragon Age

An announcement, two years ago, at The Game Awards and then a suspicious silence, seasoned with disturbing news of escapes of BioWare employees involved in the project. That's all the fans ...
Open roads

TGA 2020 - From the authors of Gone Home comes Open Roads

The Game Awards 2020 hosted the presentation of a new game from Fullbright, the studio behind the narrative adventure Gone Home. The new project is called Open Roads and features Keri ...

TGA 2020 - Scavengers beta announced

The Game Awards ceremony hosted the Scavengers beta presentation video. New third-person shooter based on cooperative gameplay will debut with a beta testing on PC, for ...
The Game Awards 2020 Geoff Keighley Game of the Year

TGA 2020 - Winners announced

The Game Awards 2020, the evening dedicated to the best titles of the year hosted by Geoff Keighley, has come to an end. After a show full of guests and announcements, it's time to pull ...

Pokémon GO, the event for the Game Awards 2020 is starting

Pokémon GO celebrates The Game Awards with a dedicated event. What exactly does this new initiative consist of? From Friday 11 December at 12am until XNUMXam on Saturday XNUMX December, Pokémon GO ...

The Game Awards 2020, between 12 and 15 titles will be revealed

Over the years, The Game Awards event has gained more and more following, becoming an annual event that is always highly anticipated by fans. The first verdict from the public has already arrived, rewarding ...
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The Game Awards 2020, Reggie Fils-Aimé will be one of the presenters

After the confirmations of Brie Larson, Gal Gadot, Eddie Vedder and Tom Holland as super guests at The Game Awards 2020, many fans will be pleased to know that Reggie Fils-Aimé, the former president of Nintendo ...
The Game Awards 2020 Geoff Keighley Game of the Year

The Game Awards 2020, Eddie Vedder as first guest

Geoff Keighley announced that the first guest at The Game Awards 2020 is Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam frontman. https://twitter.com/geoffkeighley/status/1333473937318047744 The performance of the singer will take place live during the award ceremony, guaranteeing a unique show. Very...
The Best Family Game Controversy

La Polemica - Best Family Game?!?

But we want to talk about that moment in which, every year, we find ourselves reading the nominations of the various Oscar-like events dedicated to video games in which the "Best Family Game" award is promptly inserted? Come on guys,...
The Game Awards 2020 Geoff Keighley Game of the Year

The Game Awards 2020 - Nominations announced

Here we are! The moment all players have been waiting for has come. Geoff Keighley has announced all the games nominated for the various categories of the upcoming The Game Awards. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iczfPmQteeg Speaking of the most important category, the Game of the Year, the ...

Free is Beautiful - Sunless Sea

After last week's double offer, the Epic Games Store returns to offer only one game for this week, taking us into the dark meanders of the ocean with ...

Pokémon Presents, a new livestream will be broadcast tomorrow on the official channels

In the past few hours on the official social channels of Pokémon the arrival of a new Pokémon Presents has been announced, a direct completely dedicated to the brand ...
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