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Steam geo-blocking Epic Games Launcher

Valve will open an investigation into the Epic Games launcher

The controversy continues on the Epic Games launcher, accused by many parties of collecting users' personal data directly from their computer. Epic had to respond to the charges, but press releases ...
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Playnite is the answer to the thousand thousand launchers

The issue is long-standing and the more time passes, the more the situation seems to degenerate. We count the number of launchers possible for a PC player: Steam, Origin, Battlet.Net, Epic, Bethesda, Uplay (lol), GOG, itc.io. Seven,...

Record-breaking Hideo Kojima is the most watched director on Twitter ...

Hideo Kojima has set two records, but they are not related to the recent Death Stranding. Rather, it has to do with his online presence ....

Flavourworks Secures £ 3m in Funding From Hiro Capital and Sky Ventures ...

Hiro Capital announces its first investment in this genre-defining games studio, with co-investments from Sky Ventures; Sky Ventures is also investing as a Limited Partners ...

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