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Loot Box to Ban?

The Belgian site VTM announces that the Gaming Commission has investigated the loot boxes in video games, especially putting under the magnifying glass guess who? Obviously EA with Star Wars: Battlefront ...
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Electronic Arts, in spite of everything, will have an AMA on Reddit about Star Wars

Although Reddit has become a hotbed of anti-Electronic Arts rage over the past few days, including a record of 680.000 downvotes to a software house commentary, the publisher has decided to go ahead with ...

Several details on closing Visceral Games and developing the game on Star ...

In these hours new details emerged on the events that led to the closure of Visceral Games and the relative cancellation of the Star Wars project. In an in-depth report, Jason Schreier of Kotaku spoke with ...
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Carrie Fisher: The Tribute to the Video Game World

As you well know by now, the famous actress Carrie Fisher passed away yesterday at only sixty years old. The announcement was welcomed with all the emotions of the case, especially among the fans: wonder, emotion, sadness. Emotions ...

Star Wars: Battlefront

After several hours of gameplay on the title of Electronic Arts it's time to pull some money. It must be admitted that having a brand like Star Wars on your shoulders is at the same time a great ...

Plarium Releases Casual Adventure Game 'Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks' on Mobile

First-To-Market Game that fuses Solitaire with a Narrative-Driven AdventureTEL AVIV, Israel - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Plarium, a leading developer of mobile, social, and web-based games with more than ...


First Game on the Market to Blend the Solitaire with an Adventure Based on NarrationTEL AVIV, Israel - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Plarium, developer of games for mobile, social and web ...

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