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Ikumi Nakamura Tango Gameworks Ghostwire: Tokyo Indie Remnant Tour

Ikumi Nakamura has opened a new independent studio

Do you remember Ikumi Nakamura? The former creative director behind the long-awaited Ghostwire: Tokyo and the undisputed best girl of E3 2019 broke the silence after leaving Tango Gameworks in September 2019 ...
GhostWire: Tokyo

GhostWire: Tokyo and Deathloop will be present at E3 2020

As well as the Game Developers Conference, E3 2020 is also potentially at risk of problems due to the spread of the Coronavirus. However, it seems that the organization of the big conference is convinced that they will be able to respect ...

[E3 Bethesda] - Ghostwire Tokyo revealed

Through a mysterious CGI trailer, Bethesda has unveiled the trailer for a new IP: Ghostwire: Tokyo, an action adventure title presented from the stage by Shinji Mikami. The video game will transport you to an event-stricken Tokyo ...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

Xbox Vice President: "We've always sold our consoles at a loss"

Let's go back to the Epic vs Apple case. During the hearing between the two giants, Epic's lawyer Wes Earnhardt called the vice president to testify ...

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