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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 ...

System Shock 3: Much of the development team has abandoned the project

The development of System Shock 3 could be seriously compromised, since it emerged that a large part of the development team has abandoned both the project and the software house that has ...

Sony wants to make developing PlayStation 5 games easier

With the next generation of consoles approaching at a fast pace it is common to see an increase in claims related to it. The last to speak is the former head of Sony Interactive Entertainment World Wide ...
Sonic: new title in development

Sonic: new chapter in development

Within the SXSW 2019 of these days, a conference dedicated to Sonic the Hedgehog took place, during which there were several announcements related to the projects concerning the blue hedgehog. IS...

Goat Simulator's Waste of Space coming to Steam

Was it not enough to break the Maroon 5s on earth? Coffee Stain Studio has revealed the launch and relative commencement of console development for the expansion of its famous Goat Simulator. Soon we will be able to wreak havoc too ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 exclusive for at least six months

Sony's exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake continues. Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least six months. Shown again by Square Enix via a new trailer, ...

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