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Rust, the console version in the pipeline

These are golden days for Rust. Facepunch Studios' survival seems to have literally drunk an elixir of eternal youth by chance and suddenly found himself catapulted to the crest of the wave. It all started with a ...

A graphic to understand video games part 2: The past

This article is an in-depth analysis of the market that you can find in the first part. I'll try to understand how we got this far, by analyzing the entirety of the Visual Capitalist chart and focusing on not ...

A graphic to understand video games part 1: the present

A little over a week ago this graph began circulating, a representation through areas of the development of the gaming industry from its inception to today. The data was processed by the Visual Capitalist website, ...
PlayStation 5 PS5 Fans Update Data Analysis

PS5, Sony promises new stocks by the end of the year

The PS5 launch may not have gone great in terms of user satisfaction (with so many failing to grab one due to high demand) but it was undoubtedly ...
NFT Xbox Scarlett Phil Spencer

Phil Spencer: “Consoles aren't the stars of the show. It's the Xbox ecosystem "

November 10th will be the day of the next-gen Xbox branded, with Series X and Series S finally coming to market. Two consoles called to revive the fortunes of the brand, after an era One ...
BioShock 4

BioShock 4, there will be the first person view

The guys from the Cloud Chamber team have confirmed that BioShock 4 will keep the first-person view, in line with the other chapters of the series that landed on the consoles of the past generation in 2007. The team ...
Xbox Series X

Xbox Series X, leak reveals the back of the console

According to what emerged from a post by NeoGaf user, there seem to be some photos depicting the back of the new Microsoft flagship, Xbox Series X. The images should unfortunately only show ...

Fast and Furious Crossroads - Here is the trailer for the game on the famous film series ...

The Game Awards have just ended, the event in which everyone was waiting for announcements on new IPs and important hardware and software news for the next-gen. During the event, Bandai Namco surprised everyone ...
The Stanley parable

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, the narrator of the game responds to fan letters

The Stanley Parable returns to talk about if, or rather, the narrator of the title is back to talk to us about the next version by responding to fans. The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, that's the name of the ...

Activision wants to bring all its franchises to mobile

Activision is interested in expanding the number of their games on mobile and apparently the company would like to create games for each of their franchises. So Activision is exploring the possibility and potential of ...

Konami, currently developing a new IP for consoles

Konami is working on a new console project, not yet announced yet, based on a "well known" IP. But, surprise surprise, this is not a new chapter of Metal Gear Solid, or even ...
Mad Box

Slightly Mad Studios has problems with the name of its Mad Box console

The software house Slightly Mad Studios, known for the Project CARS series, withdrew the trademark application for their Mad Box console.

Announced Capcom Home Arcade, console with 16 pre-installed games

Koch Media, through a press release, announces the arrival of Capcom Home Arcade, a plug-and-play retro-console arcade stick

Smartphone, PC and finally console, these are the preferences of Italian gamers

AESVI's annual report highlighted the preferences of Italian gamers, who prefer smartphones, PCs and finally consoles.
My Time at Portia arrives on consoles

My Time at Portia arrives on consoles

My Time at Portia is getting ready to land on consoles. The game of Pathea Games turned out to be a pleasant surprise and during its early access period on Steam it had already collected ...

Google presents its gaming platform, Google Stadia

During the 2019 Game Developer Conference, Google has finally revealed the mystery about its console that console is not. Here is Google Stadia.

Warhammer 40.000: Darktide "will practically be a live service"

Warhammer 40.000: Darktide will hit the market in September, but Fatshark already has clear ideas on how to manage the game once it is released and on ...

Lost Ark, several million bot accounts banned

Since its release on the western market, which took place last February, Lost Ark has been a great success in the MMORPG scene, with a ...

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