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The Lord of the Rings: Gollum has been postponed

A few weeks ago, during the Nacon Connect 2022 streaming event, the publisher and the guys from Daedalic Interactive showed a gameplay video for Lord of the Rings: Gollum, an action-adventure title that will go ...

GreedFall 2 officially announced by NACON

NACON has officially announced GreedFall 2, the sequel to the action RPG made by Spiders in 2018. The French studio will also take the reins of this project. The release date has been set for 2024 on ...

Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong and Blood Bowl 3 have been postponed

Nacon has officially announced the postponement of the release date of Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong and Blood Bowl 3. Both games had already been previously postponed and had found a new location in ...
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Frogwares: "The version of The Sinking City sold by Nacon is cracked"

We continue to talk about the case of The Sinking City. After the appeal of the developer Frogwares, who invited their fans not to buy the Steam version of the Lovecraftian-inspired game, a new video published by the software ...
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The Sinking City developers advise against purchasing the game on Steam

The Sinking City, the title of Frogwares inspired by the works of HP Lovecraft, is back on the Steam digital store after its removal last August 2020. However, this new version released by ...

Phil Spencer promises big news for first party titles on ...

If you are an Xbox gamer, you will certainly know that - in terms of first party exclusives - 2022 has been a pretty poor year. Of course,...

IKEA asked an indie developer to remove all references ...

Last month, well-known developer Jacob Shaw and sole studio member Ziggy opened his Kickstarter Campaign for a new game ...

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