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Square Enix will not abandon the single player

Square Enix undoubtedly faced a period of reflection following the mediocre performance of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Last year, some statements hinted that the company was reorienting its business model ...

Deus Ex devs at Eidos Montreal will focus on online for their ...

Square Enix said that, contrary to fears about it, the reboot of Deus Ex is not dead. However, it is possible that there are major changes in view of the franchise. I dev ...

The CEO of Square Enix states that the Deus Ex series is not dead, ...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has a little disappointed the users but this does not mark the end of the cyberpunk series. Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda reaffirmed his company's confidence in the franchise ...

Here is the list of titles presented at E3

It is not officially confirmed yet, but here is the list of all the games that will be present at E3 in Los Angeles 2016. Surely many good things, but also many great absentees! Anyway ...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Trailer

The trailer for the new title Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was finally released yesterday by Square-Enix and Eidos-Montréal. It is quite long (over 6 min) and, for those who do not want to watch it all, I will briefly summarize it ...

Returnal, the 2.0 update introduces save games and photo mode

Returnal, an exclusive title for PlayStation 5 developed by Housemarque, was a title well received by both the public and critics, but obviously not ...

A Quiet Place, video game coming in 2022

Have you ever seen A Quiet Place? They are two films, and they are not bad at all, and soon they will expand thanks to a video game currently ...

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