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Detective Pikachu, Ryan Reynold had an idea of ​​his own for dubbing

Ryan Reynolds, Pikachu's voice actor in the film Detective Pikachu, spoke about the choice of voice and how he initially had different intentions.

Hitman 2 - Sean Bean returns with the Elusive Target

Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive have announced that the Elusive Target mission of HITMAN 2 with the internationally renowned actor Sean Bean will return the 3 May and will be available until ...

Court of Owls will be the new Batman developed by Warner Bros. Games Montreal?

It has been rumored for some time a new chapter of Batman, a series so far entrusted to Rocksteady but that could pass into the hands of Warner Bros. Games Montreal. Indeed the latter have already worked on the prequel ...

Check the Hitman 2 logo on the Warner Bros website

The official arrival of a new Hitman now looms, with an announcement scheduled for Thursday 7 June. Warner Bros has well thought of creating a bit of a mess: yesterday on the site of the entertainment giant ...

Here is the first Harry Potter teaser trailer: Hogwarts Mystery

It's been a little over a month since Jam City announced it has started the development of Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, an RPG aimed at simulating magic school attendance ...

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery arrives on mobile: it will be an RPG developed by Jam City

The announcement comes from Jam City, a California-based developer of mobile video games, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Interactive, Jam City is now licensed to develop a game set in the Harry Potter universe: it is ...

Rocket League makes arrangements with Warner Bros. Interactive

Warner Bros. Interactive has replaced 505 Games as a distributor of the retail version of Rocket League and will help the developer Psyonix create this version, for Playstation 4 and Xbox One. 505 Games, which ...

Capcom plans the return of some old iPs

Capcom is doing well in the last period, with games like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 2 (remake) and Devil May Cry 5. It seems that...

Pokémon Center in London: our visit

On Friday 18 October the first European Pokémon Center was inaugurated in London. The store is only temporary and will close the November 15, serving ...

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