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Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2, physical version thanks to Koch Media

Thanks to the agreement between Paradox Interactive and Koch Media, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 will have its physical edition distributed around the world. The new agreement between the two companies includes the rights ...

Paradox switches to board games

Paradox Interactive, a developer of strategy games and PC simulation, including Cities: Skylines, beloved by our Fraws, is shifting its attention to the world of board games. At PDXCon ...

Free is nice: Crusader Kings2

This time no Twitch Prime, so no possible protest that the game is not "completely free": the offer comes directly from Steam and we talk about Crusader Kings 2. Developed by Paradox Interactive (when nominated ...

Former Civilization Designer 5, Jon Shafer, abandons Paradox

In May, Civilization 5 lead designer Jon Shafer joined Paradox Development Studio to create a great new strategic game. It was a great success for Paradox and Shafer has ...

Hearts of Iron IV reveals new expansion, Waking the Tiger

The next expansion for Hearts of Iron IV, the World War II grand strategy game of the Paradox interactive, will mainly affect China. With Waking the Tiger, the Far East giant will receive an artwork ...

Changes in sight for Stellaris

Paradox's 4X game, Stellaris, is without doubt one of the most beloved titles among recent grand strategy games. As with other leading Swedish developer products, however, the game is constantly ...

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We're listing the top early Xbox console & controller Black Friday deals for 2019, featuring savings on Xbox Live membership & Xbox One Elite, ...

Isaac “VP Isaac21” Gillissen Wins Logitech G Challenge Grand Finals in ...

Secures a Slot in the McLaren Shadow Finals and a Chance to Join their Racing Team and the McLaren DNA driver development programLAUSANNE, Switzerland ...

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