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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.
The Burnout Paradise servers start to close

Burnout Paradise servers towards closure

Almost 12 years have passed since the release of Burnout Paradise, the sixth chapter of the series developed by Criterion. Released in the 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and the following year for PC, it featured ...

Respawn has no plans for a Nintendo Switch version of Star Wars Jedi Fallen ...

During the last weekend the Star Wars Celebration was held in Chicago, where among other things, the first trailer of Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, the new videogame of the ...

Apex Legends, a penalty coming for those who leave their teammates?

After the release of the last Apex Legends patch yesterday, some users reported having received penalties for quitting the game when the team hadn't been all yet ...
Anthem

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.

Electronic Arts cuts jobs

These are difficult times for everyone and of course Electronic Arts is not exempt from the difficulties the videogame sector is facing, just think of the recent cuts in Activision, another giant that ...
Anthem

Anthem's loot system will be substantially changed in the near future

Anthem, BioWare's latest effort, has received since its release last February 22 several criticisms regarding the loot system of the game, considered by the players as not very satisfying, seen and considered ...
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Anthem: the 1.0.3 patch was released in advance

Yesterday the Anthem 1.0.3 patch was released one week earlier. The main promise is to improve the stability of the game by solving a series of ...

Logitech Announces Change to Board of Directors

LAUSANNE, Switzerland & NEWARK, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Logitech International (SIX: LOGN) (Nasdaq: LOGI) today announced a change in the composition of its board of directors.

Cadence of Hyrule - Review

When the 20 March, during Nintendo Direct dedicated to indie games, was presented Cadence of Hyrule, the public (I in primis) remained a ...

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