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WWE 2K20, players complain about various problems at launch

From yesterday, in stores, you can buy WWE 2K20, the title dedicated to the great wrestling of World Wrestling Entertainment. However the expectations on the launch of the game would seem not to have satisfied the audience at all ...

Destiny 2, Big Show will join a streaming session of the Bungie game

A press release warns us that the well-known WWE wrestler Paul "The Big Show" Wight will be a guest of Bungie's studios to participate in the 19 October at 23.00 at a dedicated streaming ...

WWE 2K20, Sasha Banks disappointed with his character's score

Nowadays there is less and less lack of the new WWE sports title, but with it there is no lack of controversy. World Wrestling Entertainment, through its social channels, has unveiled some of the ...

WWE 2K20 - release date of the new WWE sports chapter announced

It was a matter of a few hours but finally 2K revealed some details about the new videogame chapter dedicated to the great WWE wrestling. With a trailer on social media, in fact, it was announced that WWE 2K20 ...

2K announces a new chapter of the WWE series

2K and the Yukes development team have announced a new chapter of the WWE sports franchise entitled WWE 2K20. The American publisher also made it known that the complete reveal of the game will take place on ...
WWE Smackdown Here Comes The Pain

Yuke's could produce a WWE SmackDown Here Comes The Pain remaster

Sixteen years after his debut, WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain remains one of the most popular and fan favorite wrestling games, and is still considered by many to be the best chapter in ...

WWE 2K20 - Becky Lynch could be the star of the cover

The champion of Raw and Smackdown Becky Lynch could be the face of the new cover of WWE 2K20. According to reports from Ringsidenews, a design document also revealed by Fox Sports Asia could ...

theScore esports YouTube Channel Reaches One Million Subscribers

Channel continues its rapid growth through industry-leading coverage of competitive gamingTORONTO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # esports - Score Media and Gaming Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) ("theScore") announced today that its ...

Bethesda opens another studio, a new game in development

Bethesda Softworks has opened a new development studio called Roundhouse Studios, in Madison. It is run by the recently closed Human Head Studios team. Chris ...

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