25 March 2020, 10:13 am
As you know, the headquarter of GamesNostalgia is in Italy, so we have been hit hard by this emergency. Like many of you, we have been closed at home for a while now. We are not able to see friends and family, and we try to go out only to buy food. But our thoughts also go to you, our fans, supporters, readers, contributors, and friends all over the world.
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