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Sea of ​​Thieves will soon allow for private servers

In the past few hours the developers of the Rare studio, the creators behind the pirate sandbox Sea of ​​Thieves, have announced the arrival of the long-awaited private servers for the community. Customizable servers have long been ...

Ori and the Will of the Wisps - Review

When the independent developers of Moon Studios released Ori and the Blind Forest on PC and Xbox One in 2015, the game hit the public and industry right away like lightning in ...
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GDC 2020: Microsoft also retires due to Coronavirus

Coronavirus continues to be the tombstone of many trade fairs in the sector and not. After the postponement of Cartoomics here in Italy and the various withdrawals from the GDC of Sony, Facebook and Kojima ...

Obsidian Entertainment can focus on "new games" thanks to Microsoft

During November 2018, Microsoft announced the acquisition of Obsidian Entertainment, the developers behind Fallout New Vegas and Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords. The studio has ...

Microsoft acquires Obsidian and inXile

During yesterday's X018 event, Microsoft announced that it was ready to acquire two famous independent role-playing developers. Chief among these is Obsidian Entertainment (Fallout: New Vegas, the Pillars of Eternity and Knights ...

Microsoft Studios at Milan Games Week

PRESS RELEASE MICROSOFT STUDIOS Milan, 1 October 2018 On the occasion of Milan Games Week 2018, the main Italian event dedicated to video games, which takes place in Rho Fiera Milano from 5 to 7 October, Microsoft brings ...

Mos Burger is aspirated by Kirby: the crossover with the ...

Also known for their crazy Pizza Burger, Japanese fast food chain Mos Burger has kicked off a new crossover collaboration ...

Nintendo: "Charge your Switch every 6 months"

Any electronic tool, we know, is not exempt from exhausting its usefulness and becoming obsolete and therefore subject to abandonment and damage. It is in the...

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