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Riot have unveiled the future of their fighting game, we check in on the launch of several recent games to see how things are going - and we highlight a deckbuilding Roguelike that's soaring up the charts.
Console and First Party updates for Xbox and Playstation today as everybody changes partners. Xbox have revealed their planned games for Switch and Playstation and we've got confirmation PSVR2 compatability is officially coming to PC.
Today Steam have unveiled their year in review that shows things are Good for Valve, Frost Giant aren't done crowdfunding for Stormgate and Capcom apologie for Street Fighter V yet again.
The Epic Games Store has released their yearly update on how close they are to beating Steam (they're not), there's an interview with the developer of an achievement hunter game going round that's got some shocking numbers and we have to ask the question of what type of Romance is best in games?
The last vestiges of Disco Elysium are gone from Za/Um, Don't Nod management are in hot water with their staff union, while Flying Wild Hogs break new ground under Embracer - and this weekend we recommend checking out a game about killing swarms of bugs.
Today Xbox are prepping staff with the company line on what their platform is, Layoffs strike Blackbird Interactive following Homeworld delays and Embracer aren't done cutting yet.
The biggest console manufacturer on the market is having a tough time with both games and hardware right now, as their Financial Reporting suggests things might change up in Playstation production - while the folks like Konami and Bloober Team making exclusive games are seemingly quarreling!
A pair of stories of Game Development today as former Dead Cells staff suggest that support may have ended sooner than planned due to egos, while laid off staff at Ascendant Studios reveal the true cost of Immortals of Aveum.
Phil Spencer tells his staff what they want to hear, while the Helldivers' dev boss makes himself a prime Sony asset by... being reasonable online! It's that easy!
Today, Ubisoft's CEO is in hot water with his own shareholders as he defines Skull and Bones as a $70 AAAA game, the Subnautica sequel has split developer and publisher while this weekend we recommend some RPGs you might want to take a look at.
Today - more details from the Activision Blizzard layoffs have been released, Epic are making moves with Disney and 2K is defending itself from legal action by saying MTX are literally worthless.
Today the team behind the biggest games site in the world are seeking union protections, the layoffs continue, with two indie studio closures and Xbox's Fans are having a bad week.