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Yuji Naka has left Square Enix

It seems that Yuji Naka, father of franchises such as Sonic, Nights into Dreams and Balan Wonderworld, has left his position at Square Enix vacant, close to the commercial flop of his latest creation. The news comes from his ...
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Balan Wonderworld demo is coming

Balan Wonderworld, the new platform developed by the creators of Sonic the Hedgehog and Nights into Dreams and published by Square Enix is ​​ready to open a small part of its curtain through a demo ...
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Xbox Games Showcase - Balan Wonderworld announced

A few weeks ago, we told you about Balan Company: a small software house within Square Enix. Well, during the Xbox Games Showcase Pre-Show, the developer announced the name of their first project: ...
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Square Enix opens a new studio: Balan Company

Today a new star is born under the Square Enix sky. The Japanese giant has in fact announced the opening of a new development studio within the company: Balan Company. https://twitter.com/SquareEnix/status/1283785070273114113? opens-new-action-game-brand% 5F7-5% 7F Represented by a nice hat -...

Activision Blizzard case - J. Allen Brack leaves the company

Let's go back to talking about the Activision Blizzard case, which in the last two weeks has shaken the foundations of the same company and the videogame industry. This time,...

Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately ...

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