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NBA Jam

NBA Jam returns to make "shakalaka boom" on Xbox One for its 25 ...

Who has never heard the famous "boom shakalaka"? The typical expression of when, in basketball, he crushes to the basket with great spectacle. And the show is definitely one of the features of NBA Jam, ...

Nintendo Switch chasing reconfirmation

Nintendo Switch, as you all know, has had a truly exceptional launch year. Just a few hours ago is the news that the Nintendo home console has exceeded in the sales data of ...
Rocket League

Rocket League changes music and the choice is up to you

Rocket League was a mass phenomenon and still boasts millions of players around the world; the most winning aspect is certainly the immediacy and the combination of soccer and more engines, but also ...

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS also records very high numbers on Xbox One

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS has surpassed the 3 million players on Xbox One during its first month of publication within Microsoft's Game Preview program. The popular battle royale shooter was published on ...
GTA Online

GTA Online rides the wave of success and in December has exceeded the record of ...

A game that does not want to die: Grand Theft Auto V continues to sell a lot and much of this success is also due to Grand Theft Auto Online, which makes the title practically ...
Xbox One

Xbox One, no more hassles thanks to the "do not disturb" option

Notifications are certainly useful but are often just as annoying, especially during game sessions where concentration is essential. To this came also Microsoft, in the last update for Insider users, ...
Kinect

Microsoft puts an end to Kinect in a (almost) definitive way

Everyone knows what Kinect is, much less know which games support it, let alone those that know how to list some worthy titles for that device. Well, this already makes you understand the failure of this accessory ...

Ark arrives on Windows 10 and is closely related to the Xbox version

Ark: Survival Evolved has finally arrived on the Windows 10 store and as an Xbox Play Anywhere title, so if you buy the game digitally on Xbox One, it is also automatically unlocked on Windows ...

Dragon Quest - The original trilogy arrives on Nintendo Switch to ...

Square Enix has announced that the Switch versions of the first three titles in the Dragon Quest series will be available in western territory on the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 27. The three...

Death Stranding - Sequels may be necessary, according to Kojima

The release of Death Stranding on PS4 is scheduled for November 8. Meanwhile, Hideo Kojima said something about some of the themes of the game and ...

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