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2K will increasingly support Nintendo Switch

2K chief creative Sami Thessman said the company is keen to bring new games to Nintendo Switch.
Catherine Full Body

Catherine: Full Body could arrive on Nintendo Switch

Catherine: Full Body, the Persona 5: The Royale-style re-edition of the Atlus puzzle title released last September 2019, could return in the coming months through a port for Nintendo Switch. The title is in fact ...
GOG Back to school

GOG offers over 400 games during the "Back to School" promotion

If Steam has succeeded over the years in turning its sales into regular and expected appointments, it was only a matter of time before other similar services adopted the same strategy. GOG, the platform ...
Phoenix point

Phoenix Point postponed until next year

Phoenix Point is the new creature of Julian Gollop, the creator of the very first X-COM, and promises to keep the spirit of the original, while introducing many other innovations. The game looks promising, and thanks to ...

The Accattino and XCOM Declassified

Welcome back dear sparagnosaurs in the corner of Accattino, even today I am writing to you from mobile to bring you the "precocious" bazza. Unfortunately this is not XCOM Enemy Within or XCOM 2 but it must be said that it is a title ...

The Accattino and X-COM retrogame AGGRATISE

Long live Accattino! Welcome back dear tyrannosaurs friends, more for short arms than for ferocity. Like many of the free or heavily discounted games I offer, this one will also be redeemable on Steam. Today I propose the excellent ...

The Accattino and the free / convenient games

Lyed: Hi I'm Accattino and I have a problem with free games. All in chorus: Ciao Accattino. I will not dwell on it, you are here for the games and the games you will have, dear followers of Accattino with a physical conformation like ...

PS5, limited stocks also for 2022

During a private conference, Sony explained to reporters that the PS5 stock shortage could last well into 2022. The Chief Financial ...

Call of Duty Warzone, cheaters haunt the Italian streamer Pow3r

That competitive multiplayer gaming communities often manage to hit intolerable levels of toxicity is no mystery, but there really seems to be none ...

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