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Rayman Origins

Ubisoft: Rayman Origins is the free title this month

Ubisoft continues with the celebrations for its thirtieth anniversary giving titles at full blast ... well, so to speak, given that it is a single title per month and only for ...

Ubisoft Games in Gift

Ubisoft, to celebrate its 30 years, is giving away a digital copy of some of its games. Every month, in fact, it will be possible to download a classic for PC in digital version. Throughout the month of ...

[Confirmed] Watch Dogs 2 + Release Date

Ok, let's forget about the behavior that nobody likes about Bubisoft, including DLC, bugs, referrals and Early Access Alpha disguised as games ready for the general public. In my opinion, Watch Dogs was not too bad ...

Ubitroll and the decline of a software house

As anticipated in my previous article, my initial intention was to show why Ubisoft proved to be more than once mediocre in the Collector's Edition. Then, thinking it over, I realized ...

Collector's Edition: Purchase Guide

Who has been so provided to read our section dedicated to the Team and the relative brief descriptions of each of us, will have been able to see my passion for the Collector's Edition. In this...

Graphic downgrades and promises not kept by the manufacturers

Let's talk about Downgrade; let's start with Watchdogs as an example: do you remember the hype that everyone had just before the release? Remember the first gameplay or trailer presented? Well, now tell us sincerely if your expectations are ...

Tom Clancy's: The Division: Preview

Let's talk about Tom Clancy's: The Division. So, we certainly can't tell you now, but we can draw our first conclusions by analyzing the pros and cons we expect ... as you well know, the important thing to ...

Far Cry: Primal almost 2 hours of gameplay

Just last night Ubisoft kept us glued to a live broadcast of almost 2 hours on Twitch and other streaming channels, showing gameplay with various game situations, where a good assortment of ...

Summary: The Ragnarok M mobile game: Eternal Love was launched ...

SEUL, South Korea - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Gravity Interactive, Inc., a subsidiary of Gravity Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRVY), as well as a prestigious video game production company operating on ...

Nintendo Switch Sales Surpass 15 Million in North America

Nintendo Switch is the Best-Selling US Video Game Console for 10 Months in a RowREDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems ...

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