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TGA 2020 - New NieR Replicant Trailer Shown

During the preshow of The Game Awards 2020 Square Enix showed a new trailer of NieR Replicant, the remake of the first NieR. The video shows the progress made in development after the first ...
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 ...

TGA 2020 - The Initiative's mysterious game is Perfect Dark

After a long wait, the time has finally come for The Initiative to reveal the mysterious game it has been working on for some time and what better opportunity than the TGA 2020? During the event ...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a new DLC character will be unveiled at The Game Awards

In the past few hours Nintendo of America has announced on its official Twitter profile that tonight, during the ceremony of The Game Awards 2020, a new DLC character will be unveiled that will join ...
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 ...
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Xbox Series X, presented the new Microsoft console

Xbox Series X is the name of the next generation of Xbox, formerly known by its codename Xbox Scarlett. The announcement was made during The Game Awards 2019 and we also know that ...

Ubisoft will announce the new Far Cry during the 2018 Video Game Awards

Ubisoft has announced that it will reveal the next title in the Far Cry series at the 2018 Video Game Awards. The reveal is scheduled for today. To advertise this new game, the publisher has released a ...

Blizzard is losing millions of players but the gains continue to ...

Activision Blizzard's latest financial results revealed a steady loss of players. Two million people have abandoned the games of ...

Apex Legends once again beats its player record

Online multiplayer titles usually tend to progressively lose some of their playerbase over time. This, apart from a few rare exceptions, is ...

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