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SE Presents - Eidos Montreal presents the new Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

Square Enix's E3 conference opens with a bang with the announcement of a new IP by Eidos Montreal, and it's none other than Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-jFYYMkJh4 Despite a ...
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A Marvel's Avengers leak shows us the gameplay of ...

These days the now famous Comic-Con of San Diego is underway, a kermesse from which every year various news regarding films, TV series and video games are announced. During a panel at the fair it was ...

The co-op mode of Shadow of the Tomb Raider was presented in video

The first Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tomb DLC is now upon us. Along with this additional content a two-player co-op will be implemented. In the video presentation that follows, Eidos Montreal ...
Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is bombarded with negative reviews

Normally, a 34% discount on a flagship video game would be an occasion for partying and impulse purchases by players, especially if it is an interesting game like Shadow of the Tomb ...

Shadow of The Tomb Raider: a chat with the Senior Game Director and the Producer ...

On the occasion of the release of Shadow of The Tomb Raider, the last exciting chapter of the misadventures of the beautiful Lara of which you can read our review here, we propose our interview with Daniel Bisson, Senior ...
Shadow of the Tomb Raider

According to Eidos Montreal, IP must be innovated without upsetting them

The Canadian studio Eidos Montreal is currently working on Shadow of the Tomb Raider, but it is also known for many other titles such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Thief, ...

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 Persona series turns 25, here are the first initiatives

The Jrpg Persona series turns 25 and, for the occasion, Atlus presents the first initiatives for the celebrations. As already announced by SEGA, there will be ...

Tales of Arise - Review

The Tales series has always lived in a weird JRPG limbo. The first title of this Bandai Namco saga ...

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