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Anthem producer Ben Irving leaves BioWare

Through its official Twitter account, Ben Irving BioWare Lead Producer, announced the abandonment of the company, explaining that this decision stems from having accepted another job offer from another development team. Of...
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The CEO of EA admits that Anthem has problems

Andrew Wilson, the CEO of Electronic Arts, admitted in a long and candid interview with GameDaily that Anthem's debut did not go as well as hoped. But Wilson pointed out that EA remains ...
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Anthem - removed the Elysian chest

Anthem is not experiencing a very fortunate period. Now, the new 1.1.1 patch scheduled for this week, in addition to fixing some bugs, goes to remove the Elysian chest. The crates entered by Bioware as a prize ...
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Bioware wants to remain "focused on Anthem at 100%"

Bioware has had numerous and big problems with Anthem but the software house has been very clear. The commitment to the game has by no means diminished.
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Anthem, big delays for additional content

Anthem developer BioWare has announced some changes to the program to release the game's extra content.
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Anthem, Kotaku reveals a very long series of background stories

Kotaku carried out a very long investigation concerning the development of Anthem and all its background, including everything that went wrong.
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Anthem continues to sell very well, Bioware promises improvements

Anthem has certainly not received a warm welcome from the user, and in hindsight. Bugs, glitches and technical problems of all kinds plagued and continue to torture the game of Bioware which, despite ...

"Be kind or the developers will stop responding", so BioWare scolds the players of ...

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

Free is nice - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

It's relatively late but we can't wait any longer to give you one of the best Free is always Beautiful. For a limited period of time ...

The real and the virtual meet at IBC2019 Awards

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # IBC2019 - The IBC2019 Awards saw recognition for the real - in terms of socially responsible projects and charitable bodies - and the virtual, including ...

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