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Elite Dangerous

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. Space simulator veterans know the game first ...
Alan Wake, Remedy regains rights

Alan Wake Remastered coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch?

According to rumors circulating in the last few hours, Alan Wake could return to a remastered version on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - a bug indicates a possible return of loot ...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is now available in beta on Playstation 4, and as scheduled, the first sensations about the game and more are coming. Someone might turn up their nose at the idea of ​​...

Close to the Sun, the limited edition video game unveiled

A press release informs us that Close to the Sun (whose review can be found here), by the Italian firm Storm in a Teacup, will have a special limited edition. The award-winning global publisher Wired Productions ...
Review Gears 5

Gears 5 - Review

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

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - the expansion is enhanced with the Rajang

While PC users will have to wait for the coming year, for the Xbox One and PS4 players there is Iceborne, the burly expansion of Monster Hunter World. In this expansion the hunters will be struggling with ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot shows the spectacular fight between Gohan and Cell

Directly from Gamescom 2019, here is a video of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot showing the fight between Gohan and Cell throughout his show.

Gears 5 - the game is officially in the gold phase

Gears 5 has officially entered the "gold phase" of its development, this means that the final build is ready to be finished before launch. Microsoft and The Coalition have announced that Gears 5 is ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...

Twitch now knows everything, bought the Internet Gaming Database

Twitch has acquired the Internet Gaming Database from which it will be able to draw all the information of most of the existing games.
Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 - Review

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Devil's Hunt

Devil's Hunt - Review

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