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Indiana Jones will likely be set in Italy

After the very welcome announcement of a new Indiana Jones video game, made by MachineGames and supervised by Bethesda, fans immediately took action to try to find the hidden clues in the short of ...
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Starfield will offer the largest map ever in a Bethesda game

Todd Howard of Bethesda is finally back to talk about Starfield, a project that has been in the pipeline for several years still today wrapped in an aura of mystery. The role-playing title of space setting seems to aim at ...

Todd Howard: "Optimistic about the benefits of the Game Pass"

Todd Howard, director of Bethesda Game Studios, spoke about Xbox Game Pass and the benefits it will bring in the future both for players and, above all, for developers. According to Howard, the ...

Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6 will not be present at Bethesda's E3 2019

In the past few hours, from a panel on the PAX East stage, Todd Howard of Bethesda has stated that The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield will not be part of the Bethesda conference at E3 of this ...

The Elder Scrolls VI: Pete Hines and Todd Howard invite players to be ...

During an interview published in The Guardian, the 2 prominent figures of Bethesda Todd Howard, Game Director, and Pete Hines, vice president, wanted to clarify the development status of the 2 games announced at E3 ...

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

Almost a year after the western release of Persona 5 Royale and four from the original title, the Phantom Thieves are back on our ...

Gran Turismo 7 has been postponed to 2022

In an interview with GQ Magazine in which he confirmed that Sony is at work on PS VR for Playstation 5, Jim Ryan has ...

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