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Germany allocates 50 million for local software houses

The Bundestag has approved the allocation of 50 million euros to finance local software houses in the development of video games.
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Microsoft confirms its presence at Gamescom 2019 and unveils the program

Microsoft, after the incredible success of the E3 stage, announced, through a press release, that it will be present at the Gamescom 2019 in Cologne. During the event, an unmissable line-up of games made by developers from ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood, finally also in Germany without censorship

Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the next chapter of the 26 July release, will be the first Wolfenstein-rated title to be released uncensored also in Germany. A real revolution, since no video game before now ...

Germany will be softer on the introduction of swastikas and references to Nazism in video games

Usually we think of the censorship in video games when we talk about titles with erotic content, but in reality Germany has to deal with the censorship by well 26 years, when it was decided that in ...

Germany prohibits pre-orders without a specific publication date

The German Higher Regional Court of Munich has established that without a precise release date it is not possible to offer a pre-order. As reported by Eurogamer, a consumer protection group has noticed the problem ...

CES 2020: Post-show News Recap

LAS VEGAS - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # AI - CES, the world's largest gathering for the consumer technology industry, convened in Las Vegas and ended on January 10, 2020.Business Wire is ...

Disco Elysium, hardcore mode coming soon

Disco Elysium is an RPG title that has impressed lovers of the genre with its difficulty and depth, but will soon become even more ...

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