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New Game of Thrones Video Game In Development

Gravemaster writes: "Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire is a successful franchise, but it hasn’t had much luck when it comes to video games. Many were released, but only the one from Telltale games received more or less recognition and it was cancelled after one season anyway. Now, we have news of another Game of Thrones game in development."

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anast51d ago

The first 3 or 4 seasons were brilliantly written, then the writers ran out of steam.

SDuck51d ago

Netmarble is one of the biggest mobile developers, if that's not enough indication

SDuck41d ago

There's a trailer in the article with the Netmarble brand attached to it. Netmarble is a well known mobile gaming studio.

DOMination-51d ago

Wow those graphics are incredible

RiseNShine51d ago

Maybe that's what Larian is working on? Or even better, an isometric Witcher CRPG like BG3, a man can dream.

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Xbox's Matt Booty implies Tango Gameworks closure was partly due to leadership change

Eurogamer: "Xbox's Matt Booty has spoken more on the closure of Tango Gameworks earlier this year."

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The Wood54m ago(Edited 44m ago)

I call BS on this. All metrics were met apparently or was that another lie. There's something deeper happening within xbox's management

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The Witcher 3 devs are in on the hype, as Elden Ring DLC takes best-reviewed expansion crown

RED writes: "For the last 8 years, The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine had the honor of being the best reviewed expansion for a role-playing game - but @ELDENRING
gets to wear that crown now. Congratulations to the entire team at @fromsoftware_pr on their stellar work!"

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PlayStation’s Bluepoint Games is still working on an original title

“Everything takes time,” says studio’s technology head. “We are committed to sharpening our skills!”

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videogameschronicle.com
jznrpg17h ago

I’d rather devs took their time instead of trying to kill themselves trying to meet strict deadlines. Games end up better that way.

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