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Xbox Games Showcase: The Microsoft event dedicated to the Next-Gen

Among a thousand doubts, uncertainties and a good load of mysteries still to be revealed, the next-gen is getting closer: Sony and Microsoft have started to show their cards with events dedicated to technical specifications, ...
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Hellblade 2 will use Unreal Engine 5

The latest effort of the Ninja Theory guys is preparing to amaze the public all over the world: Hellblade 2 is currently in development using Unreal Engine 5 as the game engine. The announcement comes directly through ...

Inside Xbox - Here are the news coming in July

Although the latest Inside Xbox was mainly dedicated to announcements of third-party titles, the presentation opened with greetings from Matt Booty, the leader of the Xbox Game Studios who wanted to reassure ...
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Epic Games, hired the facial animator of God of War and Hellblade

Epic Games has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Cubic Motion, the company responsible for the facial animation system used for titles such as God of War and Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, in the past few hours. The two...

Ninja Theory, the studio behind Hellblade, explains the acquisition by Microsoft

Ninja Theory, developers of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, explained the decision to become part of Microsoft Studios, claiming that the move will allow them to "aim higher than we've ever dared, to ...

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, developers donate all the proceeds of October 10

The developers of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, decided to donate all the proceeds from today's game sales to Rethink. It is a British organization that supports those ...

Amazon launches Luna, its Cloud Gaming service

And in the end even Amazon, the e-commerce giant managed by Jeff Bezos, has entered the world of Cloud Gaming and will try to make shoes for ...

Marvel's Spider-Man, it will not be possible to upgrade from PS4 to remastered ...

The bad news continues for fans of New York's friendliest web shooter who intend to play Marvel's Spider-Man on next-gen too. In the past ...

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