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Nintendo Switch Shuntaro Furukawa

Nintendo: "We have enough parts to continue producing new Nintendo Switches"

The current global situation due to the now known COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause many problems for the electronics market. A little because of the scarcity of materials and a little because of the high demand and the phenomenon of scalpers, ...
E3 2021 ESA Online Fair

E3 2021: ESA is considering the option of an online fair

June 2020 was a month full of conferences and online events, especially due to the cancellation (due to COVID-19) of E3 2020, the then annual exhibition dedicated to the world of video games. Since then, the pandemic has ...

Plague Inc: The Cure is available for free

Faithful to the promise made last year, the guys at Ndemic Creations have made the new DLC "The Cure" available for free for their Plague Inc. The expansion was made with the collaboration of experts ...
STALKER Sergei Ivanov

Sergei Ivanov, author of the STALKER series, disappears

Ivanov Sergey Nikolaevich, screenwriter behind titles like STALKER, sadly passed away at the age of 66. The causes behind the death appear to be related to complications from the COVID-19 virus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUaBRHHU5Ic Born in Kiev in 1954, Ivanov was passionate about science-fiction fiction and ...

Xbox Series X at launch in an English chain despite the UK lockdown

Xbox Series X will be available at launch in the GAME chain stores despite the UK lockdown, but only for pre-orders. As confirmed via Twitter, the English GAME chain will remain open, with ...
There is no Coviddi

There is no Coviddi, when the trash becomes a video game

Trash is a phenomenon that, especially in recent years, has had a large place in the trends of virtual social aggregators. For some people, this phenomenon has even become a real means of livelihood. Just ...
Dragon Age 4 Bioware Electronic Arts

Dragon Age 4 - “Development proceeds, but working at home makes everything more ...

During the last EA Play, Bioware showed - together with DICE - a small taste of the game engine that will run Dragon Age 4, showing some suggestive shots. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J207tMmSGAo Not really a teaser or ...
Criterion Free is Bello Game Jam

Free is Beautiful - Criterion: Game Jam Edition

Within Criterion - English studio creator of the Burnout series - it is traditional to organize small Game Jams where the employees of the software house gather in different teams to create simple games ...

2020: A midsummer night's dream (without E3)

Not to brag, but already during the first days of February I argued that the best way to face this 2020 would be to proceed by inertia until December 31, celebrate the beginning again ...
Pandemic

How video games develop during the pandemic

The following article is the translation of an interview with some developers written for PC Gamer by Wes Fenlon. “I thought I was an introvert before this all happened,” says Kirk Williford, developer of Guild Wars 2 ....
Twitter

Twitter had a spike in users thanks to COVID-19

Twitter reported a record 24% increase in daily users as a result of coronavirus, reaching 166 million. It's a considerable leap, if you look at the 134 million of early 2019 or the ...

PAX West 2020 confirmed in September despite the Covid-19 emergency

PAX West 2020, unlike most of this year's events, will be held regularly. What do the organizers think? The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the organizers of the largest global events to ...

Disney sends cinema employees on unpaid leave

The Covid-19 pandemic is also devastating the entertainment industry, so much so that giants like Disney are suddenly in dire straits. The closure of parks, cinemas, cruises, shops and any other meeting place, reduces ...

Lottery to buy Nintendo Switch, but high demand blocks servers

In Japan, the demand for Nintendo Switch is so high that retailers have to organize a lottery to grab the console. It happens these days in Japan where, also due to the global pandemic, ...

Apple Maps will show test sites for Covid-19

Apple may soon make it easier to search for sites where they test Covid-19 in many countries. 9to5Mac has discovered that Apple has created a portal for healthcare professionals through which to add ...

Blizzard is losing millions of players but the gains continue to ...

Activision Blizzard's latest financial results revealed a steady loss of players. Two million people have abandoned the games of ...

Apex Legends once again beats its player record

Online multiplayer titles usually tend to progressively lose some of their playerbase over time. This, apart from a few rare exceptions, is ...

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