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The Wonderful 101 Remastered, an extra fee makes Kickstarter supporters raging

Despite being released for more than a month, The Wonderful 101 Remastered, the PlatinumGames jewel born thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, has just given an unexpected and unwelcome surprise to the supporters ....

PlatinumGames, new announcement coming soon

The next PlatinumGames announcement will come this week. The official Platinum 4 website has been updated and the date of February 26, 2020 has been set. The first announcement was about the publication ...

Tencent invests in PlatinumGames but the software house remains independent

Tencent is aiming to strengthen its reach on a global scale and has already reached several companies in an attempt to set foot in North America. PlatinumGames is just the latest of the software houses in the viewfinder ...
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Bayonetta 3, development is "proceeding very well"

Earlier this year, Nintendo Switch owners had rather sad news. The development of Metroid Prime 4 had been restarted from the beginning following major problems. This was followed by the announcement ...

Sea Limited to Report Second Quarter 2020 Results

SINGAPORE - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) ("Sea" or the "Company") plans to announce its second quarter 2020 results before the US market opens on August ...

Konami messes with a Silent Hill 2 themed tweet

Silent Hill hasn't been mentioned in a while. Although a few months ago Konami's survival horror did a little ...

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