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Fable Fortune

Fable is about to officially return, but that's not what we really want

Everyone is waiting for a real new chapter and the developers leave some hope open, but at the moment Fable lovers will have to settle for the release of Fable Fortune, a free-to-play card game coming to ...

The Classic Edition of Far Cry 3 will also be available as a standalone

As recently revealed by the Ubisoft announcement, the Far Cry 5 Season Pass will include access to the full version of Far Cry 3; to be precise, the title will receive a specific edition for this event, ...
Sea of ​​Thieves

Corden: "Sea of ​​Thieves will be the 2018 PUBG"

"Sea of ​​Thieves" has aroused a lot of curiosity. Want to return to the scene of a historic software house like Rare, you want to be the first exclusive Microsoft to be released in 2018, ...
Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ hides inside the new characters coming

Dragon Ball FighterZ officially arrived yesterday and is already craze; by many already considered the best fighting game based on the Akira Toriyama manga, the roster will certainly be extended with time by DLC ...

Nintendo Switch will not have Monster Hunter World

A few days before the official release of Monster Hunter World for PS4 and XBox One, Kaname Fujioka and Yuya Tokuda, directors of the team that created the game, in an interview on IGN explained the ...
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 ...

Nintendo Switch - More than 15 million units sold in ...

Nintendo has recently announced that sales of Nintendo Switch Lite have helped fuel overall sales in North America. Along with the standard model, yes ...

Capcom thinks of new remakes and resurrecting old glories of ...

It's no secret that Capcom has had some lean years. However, the Japanese giant managed to recover well. Franchises ...

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