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The developers think Steam holds back too much revenue from the sales of their games

Steam is still the main digital video game distributor, despite recent competition from Epic. One of the standards that Steam has helped to consolidate in the industry is that of sharing 30/70% of revenues from ...
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Developers hate doors

At the beginning of March, Twitter hosted a curious collective outburst, that of video game developers against ... doors. A simple object, present in everyone's daily life, but which in a video game brings out ...

Coherence - here is a new platform designed for developers

Coherence, an independent study made up of some Playdead and DICE developers, through a press release, announced the birth of a new open cloud-based platform designed for developers and designed to make ...
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"Be nice or the developers will stop responding", so BioWare scolds players for ...

After the many complaints of the Anthem players, some developers initially willing to listen to the feedback have pulled back.

Developers pirate their own games, special reactions from users

Pirates, or those who illegally download video games, are a constant presence in the industry. Many (mostly indie) developers have publicly admitted to turning a blind eye to such people, and some of them ...
Steam Direct

Steam Greenlight says goodbye, but Steam Direct will improve the situation? | Editorial

Since June 6, Steam Greenlight has stopped accepting new projects and has suspended the ongoing voting. From 13 June, the new Steam Direct system will be fully operational. Let's understand the differences. With Steam Greenlight, ...

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

Square Enix's E3 conference opens with a bang with the announcement of a new IP by Eidos Montreal, and it is ...

Xbox @ E3 - Maverick is ready to fly to Microsoft ...

During the Microsoft conference it was announced that Microsoft Flight Simulator will be available on the Xbox Series S | X Xbox Game Pass service starting ...

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