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Take-two spent 53 million on a game that won't be released

In February 2020 there was talk of a new game produced by Take-Two, by Hangar 13, the creators of Mafia III. The project seemed ready to go through, but hidden in the last ...
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Mafia 2 and 3, free definitive editions for those who own the originals

2K Games has decided to rush after the announcement of the Mafia: Trilogy including the remake of the first chapter: the owners of the other two chapters will be able to update their copies for free. The only limitation dictated by the developer concerns ...

Take Two, the new game by the Mafia 3 authors and the first project ...

Several Take-Two studios are grappling with the development of new titles, which the publisher will talk about later this year. In a call with investors following the financial results report of the ...

A former Horizon dev: Zero Dawn joined Hangar 13 for ...

The Hangar 13 video game studio had an interesting period: the launch of Mafia 3 in the 2016 brought significant revenues to the dev and 2K Games, but also highlighted the weaknesses of ...

Mafia III: Rivals coming in on iOS and Android

Today 2K Games announced that, in addition to the Mafia III project, the studio has continued the development of Mafia III: Rivals, a title that will arrive for free in conjunction with the launch of the game ...

Here is the list of titles presented at E3

It is not officially confirmed yet, but here is the list of all the games that will be present at E3 in Los Angeles 2016. Surely many good things, but also many great absentees! Anyway ...

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is available on all platforms

The day has finally come! In the early hours of the morning Konami officially released Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, the much requested digital and simulation transposition ...

Bobby Kotick is expected to leave Activision Blizzard once the acquisition is complete

Activision Blizzard's infamous CEO Bobby Kotick seems to have his days numbered within the company. Following the acquisition of the company by ...

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