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Lost Ember coming in July 19

Mooneye Studios has announced that their Lost Ember title will be available for Ps4, XboxOne, Switch and PC 19 July. It is an adventure and exploration game in the third person, strongly focused on ...
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Rumor – Xbox One S All-Digital, data d’uscita e design della confezione per la...

Windows Central has provided some information and what should be the packaging of Xbox One S All Digital, due out in the coming months.
Kotal Kahn new ranged attack.

MK11: trailer with Kotal Kahn and Jacqui Bridges

Netheralm has recently released a trailer featuring Kotal Kahn and Jacqui Birdges. Both characters, introduced in the last episode of the saga, are thus confirmed in the Mortal Kombat 11 roster. The...

Devil May Cry 5 - Review

The resurgence of Capcom continues incessantly, the times of the much criticized Resident Evil 6 and DmC: Devil May Cry (the reboot) seem increasingly distant. This 2019 has definitely started with a bang for the company, ...

Spyro Reignited Trilogy: Subtitles finally arrive

It took four months since its release, but finally the Toys for Bob developer implemented the subtitles for Spyro Reignited Trilogy with the latest patch, absent at launch, not without fan controversy.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection arrives on PC and is enriched with Halo: Reach

Microsoft has announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will soon also arrive on PC, with the addition of the Halo: Reach chapter.
Dead Or Alive 6: the review.

Dead Or Alive 6: the review

Dead Or Alive 6. Impalpable, repetitive and a lot of "haphazard friendly keys" (much more than noobs in SFV online), but only if you are not a fan of the series. A title...

Devil May Cry 5, the PlayStation 4 version is censored?

A graphical comparison between the PS4 version and the Xbox One / PC version of Devil May Cry 5 highlights a censorship in the game for the Sony console.

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