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Remedy Entertainment's Finns return to the scene with a new high-level production. After Quantum Break, the software house has partnered with the Italian distributors of 505 Games and has ...

Control, released the launch trailer for the latest Remedy Entertainment game

505 Games and the development studio Remedy Entertainment today released Control's launch trailer. This new trailer introduces players once again into the mysterious universe of the "Oldest House" so that ...

[gamescom 2019] Report of the Nvidia showcase

Gamescom starts tomorrow but already today we had our work cut out. In addition to the ASUS press conference, we participated in the Nvidia showcase focused on the titles that will implement Ray Tracing in ...

Remedy has lowered the system requirements for the PC version of Control

In the past few hours Remedy Entertainment has released the official system requirements for the PC version of Control, coming out next August 27. Differently than previously stated, the GPU required for ...

Remedy Entertainment reveals Control's launch window

Control, third-person shooter developed by Remedy Entertainment, was announced last year and now we have a launch window.

GC 2018- Control of Remedy transports you into a fascinating and scary world

Remedy Entertainment is a software house that has accustomed us to titles of great impact, accompanied by complex and striking stories, at the height of action films: just think of Alan Wake, Maxy Payne and ...

Global Gaming Market 2019-2023 | Rising Popularity of Free-To-Play Model to ...

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # ConsumerDiscretionary - The global gaming market is expected to CAGR of over 10% during the period 2019-2023, according to the latest market research ...

CHILDWISE Trends & Predictions Report, 2018 - Trends in Media Use ...

DUBLIN - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The "CHILDWISE Trends and Predictions 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.This new report details trends in media use and purchasing behavior ...
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