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Weird West is coming on 11 January 2022 to PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Weird West – Western Weirdness

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Western Weirdness
REVIEW - Tango Gameworks has left the survival-horror genre behind and landed on the shores of action-adventure gaming with Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire: Tokyo – See Tokyo and Die

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See Tokyo and Die
REVIEW - Michael, Franklin and Trevor return in the next-generation remake of Grand Theft Auto V, with a story that’s as gritty, gritty and cynically witty as it was in 2013.

Grand Theft Auto V (2022) – Back to Los Santos in Style

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Back to Los Santos in Style
Bandai Namco and FromSoftware blew the detonator quite hard: after nearly two years of silence, they re-revealed Elden Ring, which had George R.R. Martin's involvement.

Elden Ring – Dark Souls IV In An Open-World Guise

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Dark Souls IV In An Open-World Guise
The Embracer Group-owned THQ Nordic and Piranha Bytes will not release ELEX' sequel this year. Instead, we learned what Collector's Edition would this open-world RPG get.

ELEX 2 – A Familiar RPG in an Open World

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A Familiar RPG in an Open World
REVIEW - In case you're feeling dejavu, it's no coincidence: it is the third time we've seen Kunos Simulazioni's game. I'm not talking about the basic Assetto Corsa, but the game with the word Competizione added to its title: indeed, the racing game is on its third edition.

Assetto Corsa Competizione – Accelerating Out Of The Corner

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Accelerating Out Of The Corner
Yamauchi Kazunori provided more information on the Gran Turismo number seven, postponed to 2022.

Gran Turismo 7 – “Follow The Yellow Brick Road!”

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“Follow The Yellow Brick Road!”

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