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DONTNOD expands, confirmed the production of 6 new games

DONTNOD, developer of graphic adventures like Life is Strange and of the newcomer Tell Me Why has big plans for the future. Through an interview with Venture Beat we come to discover the first clues about new projects ...
Tell Me Why

Tell Me Why - Review

Quantic Dream, Telltale Games, Supermassive Games. When it comes to interactive adventures, there are many developers who have used the video game to tell their stories, and just as many are those who have left a ...
Tell Me Why Dontnod

Xbox Games Showcase - First chapter of Tell Me Why announced

Announced last year, DONTNOD's Tell Me Why finally has a release date. The software house has announced the arrival of the first chapter of the story through a new trailer presented at the Xbox Games Showcase. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRN2VgTB-J8 Inside the new ...
Twin Mirror Dontnod PC Gaming Show

PC Gaming Show - Here is the new Twin Mirror teaser

After the Life is Strange 2 parenthesis, Dontnod presents itself to the PC Gaming Show with a new teaser of Twin Mirror, their new graphic adventure developed together with Bandai Namco. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu_P0oQ639k The title will deviate ...
Life is Strange

Official: new chapter "Life is Strange" in development

Directly from a post on the Square Enix blog, directly from DONTNOD Entertainment (creators of the famous title), comes a deadly breaking news. The post in question refers to a Youtube video uploaded a few hours ago by the channel ...

Read Dead Online is officially available as a standalone game

In the past few hours Rockstar Games has officially made Red Dead Online a standalone title, which can also be purchased by those who do not own Red Dead Redemption 2. The ...

Sleeper PC - Here are the detailed photos

Here's a detailed photo gallery of today's video build!

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