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Deep Silver: We released Homefront: The Revolution too early

The publisher of Homefront: The Revolution, Deep Silver, has said that it should have waited to release the shooter. Speaking to MCV, the firm admitted that the title was ‘less of a success’ than it had hoped, and said that it had learnt a lot from Homefront’s release. The shooter …

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Deep Silver confirms no new Metro in 2017

Hopes for a third instalment in the atmospheric shooter series Metro in the near future have been dashed by publisher Deep Silver. The website for upcoming novel Metro 2035 had until recently contained a timeline that pointed to a new title in the works for 2017, adding: It all adds …

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Koch Media UK office to head up Deep Silver publishing

Koch Media has made some big changes in itsGerman and UK offices. The UK branch will now be looking after Deep Silver original IP, while its Munich site is taking charge of partner products and titles from Ravenscourt. UK sales and marketing director Paul Nicholls (pictured) has been promoted to …

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Deep Silver to publish Atlus and Sega games including Persona 5 in Europe

German games firm Deep Silver will be releasing Atlus and Sega games including Persona 5 in Europe. The Dead Island firm announced today that it had entered in to a publishing agreement to launch some forthcoming Atlus games, such as Persona 5 (pictured) and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, as …

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Dead Island Definitive Edition PS4 includes only one game on the disc

Only one of the two games included in the PS4 version of Dead Island Definitive Edition will actually come on the retail disc. Deep Silver has confirmed that the PS4 SKU includes a Dead Island disc in the box alongside a code to download its sequel Dead Island: Riptide. This …

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Busy May could boost summer sales, says Homefront’s dev

The busy May release schedule could result in healthy sales throughout the summer. Speaking to MCV, the narrative designer for Homefront: The Revolution, Stephen Rhodes, said that many people will be unable to afford all of the games launching this month. Thus, consumers will continue to buy them throughout the …

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Dambuster vows to improve Homefront: The Revolution’s performance

Developer Dambuster has vowed to improve the technical performance of new release Homefront: The Revolution. The game has been criticised for a number of bugs and, on PS4 in particular, a sluggish framerate. It currently has a 53 per cent rating on Metacritic. It has been a long road for …

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