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[gamescom 2019] Destroy All Humans! - Preview

It was the 2005 when THQ debuted a new, but interesting, IP in the gaming field: Destroy All Humans !, a video game by Pandemic Studios. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rNYZYVR8P0 After fourteen years, the Back Forest Games guys have ...

[gamescom 2019] Knights of Honor II: Sovereign - Preview

THQ Nordic, among the innovations introduced in this edition of gamescom, has unveiled to the press Knights of Honor II: Sovereign. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb-eoBK16k8 Presented by developer Vesselin Handjiev, the video game showed us some game sessions without ...

[gamescom 2019] Biomutant - Preview

During last year's gamescom, Biomutant made a bang, starting from nothing. It was undoubtedly the most talked about game, and the row to try it in the consumer area was mammoth, ...
El Hijo

[gamescom 2019] El Hijo - Tested

Of all the titles tested on the THQ Nordic stand at this gamescom 2019, El Hijo is certainly one of the most interesting. Developed by the Berlin studio of Honig Studios, El Hijo tells the story of a child ...
Comanche

[gamescom 2019] Comanche - Preview

In this gamescom 2019 we were able to take a look also at Comanche, a new multiplayer shooter developed by the kids of NUKKLEAR. The game, published by THQ Nordic, remained secret until the end and it was ...
Biomutant

Biomutant, published a gameplay trailer showing character creation, skill and world of ...

At the gamescom 2019, THQ Nordic presented a new Biomutant gameplay video lasting twenty minutes. This video shows the character creation, the game world and the combat system based ...

THQ Nordic buys the Gunfire Games development team

THQ Nordic continues to make purchases and this time it's the development team's turn behind Darksiders 3, or Gunfire Games. The agreement includes in addition to the purchase of the team, also the entire portfolio of its IP ...

Koch Media buys the Italian firm Milestone MotoGP authors

Like a bolt from the blue comes a fundamental news for the Italian games industry: the Milanese firm Milestone (specialized in creating racing game games and one of the most recognized Italian companies in ...

WB Games, the new Batman Arkham game will be announced at ...

The Arkham series of Rocksteady Games ended four years ago with Arkham Knight, but there is always the possibility that they could be ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...
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