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Sea of ​​Thieves has been developed thanks to community feedback

Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox division, talked about the Sea of ​​Thieves and said it would be a completely different game without the Game Pass
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ID @ XBOX 2019: more space for independent studies

The fourth annual ID @ XBOX showcase was held yesterday, a Microsoft program / event that wants to try to create a channel of collaboration and intermediation with the many independent developers scattered around the ...
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Phil Spencer wants to give the right development time to his software houses

The Microsoft E3 conference has been missing a lot of games, some of them extremely expected by fans. Phil Spencer explains the reasons for these absences.

Double Fine - Tim Schafer is satisfied with the purchase by Microsoft

The E3 2019 ended a few weeks ago and one of the surprises that emerged from the Microsoft conference was the purchase of a new studio: Double Fine, known for giving birth to titles like ...

The Coalition announced that Gears 5 will not have loot boxes or season passes

In the past few hours, the developers of The Coalition have unveiled new details regarding Gears 5, coming up next September. Through a post on the official website of the game we are in fact aware of ...

Inside Xbox, the surprises and Microsoft announcements continue tonight

Microsoft has announced that a new Inside Xbox will be broadcast this night with new announcements and surprises for all fans.

[E3 Microsoft] - announced Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

After some rumors that gave a new LEGO title linked to the Disney universe of the Star Wars franchise, Microsoft, during its conference, confirmed that Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, ...

[E3 Microsoft] - Crossfire X arrives in the 2020 on Xbox One

Phil Spencer, from the E3 stage, announced that Crossfire X (title of the South Korean studio Smilegate) will arrive on Xbox One in the 2020. Moreover, according to what was revealed by the conference, the video game will be available in the catalog of ...

[gamescom 2019] Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory - Tested

No, the title of this article is not a rhetorical question. There really is a video game called "Paranoia" and it's simply brilliant. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZBWEz_Qflo But let's start ...

[gamescom 2019] Dying Light 2 - Preview

After last year's preview, this year too we followed the progress of Dying Light 2 closely. In fact, we participated in the preview at the Koch Media stand ...

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