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Rockstar - Recruitment in progress for a next-generation open-world title

Rockstar North, the development studio behind the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series, recently released Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, giving us a taste of what the team could be in ...

Square Enix is ​​working on a next-gen action game

Thanks to Gematsu, and according to a search for personnel, Square Enix should be working on a new action-based title, expected for the next generation of consoles. The recruitment page ...

Playstation 5 - Patent explains backward compatibility

Sony's goal about the backward compatibility of Playstation 5 is that the previous software works optimally on the new hardware, but at the same time the company is studying new ways through which ...

First PS5 development kits already shipped?

This message is top secret: after reading it will self-destruct within 10 seconds. Ok, maybe the news is not so secret to resort to certain methods, but apparently the first development kits ...
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PlayStation 5? For Pachter arriving in 2019 and will be a "half step forward"

Well-known video game analyst Michael Pachter recently gave an interview to "GamingBolt" magazine. Fulcrum of the same, as you will have understood, the future PlayStation 5. Everything starts from the boss's statement two weeks ago ...

Skydance Media Partners With Award-winning Interactive Director Amy Hennig

SANTA MONICA, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Skydance Media has tapped award-winning creative director Amy Hennig (Uncharted) and her executive producer partner Julian Beak to form a new ...

Sony Pictures Entertainment Acquires AT&T Stake in Game Show Network

CULVER CITY, Calif. & DALLAS - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Sony Pictures Entertainment ("SPE") and AT&T Inc. * (NYSE: T) today announced that SPE has acquired AT & T's minority stake in Game ...

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