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Scottish Games Awards Nominees Announced

The first-ever Scottish Games Awards has announced its long list of nominees. The Scottish Games Awards celebrate the best games and talent in Scotland. The awards are set to take place…more»

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PS5 hardware sales top 2 million in the UK

Sony’s next-gen PS5 console is on-pace with PS3 but lagging PS4. The PlayStation 5 just topped 2 million consoles sold in the United Kingdom. It reached this milestone in 98…more»

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Bethesda promotes Pete Hines to head of global publishing

Pete Hines has a new role at Bethesda. The former SVP of global marketing at Bethesda just got a promotion. Pete Hines is now head of global publishing at the Microsoft-owned…more»

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Sony buys stake in Elden Ring developer From Software

In the fight for who has more development studios, Sony gets a stake in the creators of the Soulsborne genre. Purchases, purchases, and more purchases of video game developers. Throughout…more»

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Sony expands PlayStation Studios with Savage Game Studios acquisition

Savage Game Studios joins PlayStation Studios. Sony announced today that it acquired Savage Game Studios. The purchase is to bolster the company’s newly created PlayStation Studios Mobile Division. The Mobile…more»

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Embracer Group now owns Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montréal, Tomb Raider, and more

Embracer Group has completed its acquisition of three studios from Square Enix along with a number of major IPs including Tomb Raider and Deus Ex. It’s official. Square Enix has…more»

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Amazon may buy Electronic Arts

USA Today released important information today that allegedly violated the publisher’s standards. It is no secret that many companies have shown interest in buying Electronic Arts. The video game giant,…more»

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Team Asobi Director Nicolas Doucet seeks to surprise us with their next game

The creators of Astro’s Playroom are looking to outdo themselves with their new title for the PlayStation 5. Nowadays, gamers have betas, alphas, early access, and more opportunities to try…more»

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Venezuelan university UCAB bets big on esports education

Courses, esports competitions, and the possibility of creating careers associated with gaming has come with the new announcement of UCAB’s Gaming Hub. As we have commented here at Game Freaks…more»

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Activision Blizzard fighting unionization effort at Diablo IV developer

Activision continues to make headlines for all of the wrong reasons. Despite Microsoft apparently hoping to put the kibosh on Activision’s union-busting efforts – Microsoft is buying Activision Blizzard for…more»

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