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Football Manager 2014 is go!

Sega and Sports Interactive have officially announced inevitable sim sequel Football Manager 2014. The game apparently boasts over 1,000 improvements and will for the first time be available on Linux. New cloud save tech means players will be able to resume their campaign from any machine. Steam Workshop will also …

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Zattikka has officially entered administration

Zattikka has entered administration after struggling to pay off its debts. Last month the firm revealed it was struggling to meet a loan payment of 275,000 to developer Hattrick, and was given a deadline of August 2nd to make the payment. As a result of some subsequent the sales the …

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Zattikka faces possible administration

Online games firm Zattikka could go into administration next month as it struggles to make a loan payment of 275,000. The company revealed on July 9th that it was due to pay the interest, but it has still failed to make the payment. Zattikka-owned developer Hattrick, which is owed the …

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Sunset Overdrive will use Xbox One Cloud but should be playable offline

Insomniac hopes for Xbox One title Sunset Overdrive to be playable offline despite plans to utilise Microsoft’s cloud computing network. "Our intent is that you will be able to play the single-player without an online connection," Insomniac president and CEO Ted Price told GameInformer. "The game will be updated with …

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Respawn explains why the Xbox Cloud will make video games better

Microsoft’s considerable investment in cloud computing will power a new breed of console games. That’s not the message coming from Microsoft itself but instead the thoughts of Respawn Entertainment, the team behind Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC outing Titanfall. They built this powerful system to let us create all …

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Microsoft ploughing $700m into Xbox One cloud datacentre in Iowa

Microsoft is set to investment $700 million in a new data centre in West Des Moines, Iowa. As part of the deal with the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board, the state has approved $20 million in tax credits for the computing giant for what has been termed ‘Project Mountain’. The …

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