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Kerbal Space Program 2

Kerbal Space Program 2 postponed to 2022

Announced during Gamescom 2019, Kerbal Space Program 2 is a title that continues to experience a period of development hell, caused not only by the global pandemic but also by some internal conflicts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiIea1xWEgY After the postponement to autumn ...
Kerbal Space Program 2

Kerbal Space Program 2, the development will be entrusted to another study

There has been a change in the development of Kerbal Space Program 2. The publisher, Take-Two-Two and Private Division, have announced that a new studio will be responsible for the Kerbal space program. Located in Seattle, the unnamed developer ...

The Outer Worlds will not arrive on Nintendo Switch before the 2020

The Outer Worlds has finally arrived on store shelves and is receiving very positive reviews from critics. Here is our review. The game is not yet available for Nintendo Switch and ...

[gamescom 2019] Disintegration - Tried

The Private Division participated in gamescom for the first time and did so with an absolutely enviable line-up: Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey (don't miss our interview with Patrice Désilets), The Outer Worlds ...

[gamescom 2019] Interview with Patrice Désilets

During gamescom 2019 we had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing Patrice Désilets, the creative mind behind the first three Assassin's Creed titles. Patrice founded Panache Digital Games in 2014, ...

PS5, limited stocks also for 2022

During a private conference, Sony explained to reporters that the PS5 stock shortage could last well into 2022. The Chief Financial ...

Call of Duty Warzone, cheaters haunt the Italian streamer Pow3r

That competitive multiplayer gaming communities often manage to hit intolerable levels of toxicity is no mystery, but there really seems to be none ...

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