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Starlink: Battle for Atlas - Ubisoft stops producing toys

Ubisoft recently announced the premature closure of Starlink's toy production: Battle for Atlas. The decision was taken because of the poor sales of the product, as we can see from the official press release: Despite the immense ...

Starlink: Battle for Atlas will have a larger map than most games ...

In ten days, the 16 October, will arrive in Starlink stores: Battle for Atlas, a new Ubisoft title for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The title, although belonging to the unfortunate genre ...

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocture HD - Dante returns through a ...

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD will be released in 2021 (2020 in Japan ... "Atlus being Atlus") and will bring the original PS2 title back to Western audiences ...

Nintendo registers new trademarks for The Legend of Zelda and Super ...

Nintendo has filed new trademarks for The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario. That some news is coming in view of the 35 years ...

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