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Cartoomics and GamesWeek together. Does Milan challenge Lucca?

Yesterday's news was that, due to Coronavirus, the most important cartoon fair in northern Italy, Cartoomics, has been postponed. MilanoFiere, the organizer of the event, however, did not limit itself to changing the date, ...
Cartoomics

Coronavirus, also postponed the Cartoomics

Fiera Milano announced with a press release that Cartoomics, the publishing, entertainment and comics fair, which was to take place between 13 and 15 March will be postponed due to concerns due to the ...
Cage

Cage: "4.000 pages for Detroit: Become Human"

David Cage, founder of Quantic Dream and creator of titles such as Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, was the guru of this Milan Games Week. Protagonist of a long interview on the stage of the pavilion ...
Games Week

Games Week: the complete interview with David Cage

Also this year we participated, as usual, in the Milan Games Week. To tell the truth, there are few really interesting things: the interview with David Cage is certainly one of them. Cage was chosen as "guru" ...

Games Week: 6 Namco games preview

The official news arrives: at the Games Week in Milan (which will take place next week, from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 October) it will be possible to try a preview of 6 games branded Bandai Namco. This is ...

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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