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Microsoft - Mike Ybarra leaves the company after 20 years

Microsoft and the Xbox brand say goodbye to Mike Ybarra. Ybarra leaves the company after a career spanning 20 years. If you are an Xbox fan you certainly know Mike Ybarra, one of the key figures of the brand ...
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Gears 5 - Review

Review of Gears 5, the last chapter of the series produced by The Coalition, available on PC and Xbox One

Uplay + - Ubisoft's service debuts on the market

It would not be wrong to say that this era is, among other things, that of online subscriptions. Each giant offers its service to subscribe to, whether it's streaming, gaming or other content ....

Age of Empires II Definitive Edition coming in November on PC

Microsoft at its conference at Gamescom in Cologne, announced that Age of Empires II Definitive Edition will be available for PC from the November 14. This edition of the strategic historic will arrive from the day ...

The Coalition announced that Gears 5 will not have loot boxes or season passes

In the past few hours, the developers of The Coalition have unveiled new details regarding Gears 5, coming up next September. Through a post on the official website of the game we are in fact aware of ...

[E3 Microsoft] Xbox Game Pass also arrives on PC

During Microsoft's E3 conference it was announced that the Xbox Game Pass will also be available on PC. The beta is available from today. Those who already have a subscription on the Microsoft console will not have to ...

Gears 5 - confirmed arrival in the fall

Gears 5 has not yet shown up at E3, but right now we know in what period we will begin to mow the terrible swarm monsters and associates. No leaks or predictions, only an advertising banner that ...
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Xbox Game Pass - six titles will be removed soon

Microsoft, from time to time, removes from its catalog some titles available on the Xbox Game Pass offer. According to the latest update by the American company, six video games will be removed from the 15 in May from the list of ...

Niantic and Qualcomm come together to create AR glasses

The creators of Pokemon Go and Qualcomm have decided to join forces to produce augmented reality glasses. So the two companies ...

Warframe, a special announcement will be made at the Game Awards

Yesterday, Geoff Keighley announced that "about ten new titles" will be unveiled at The Game Awards next week. Among these, it should ...

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