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Focus: “Vampyr will be considered a success when around 1m copies are sold”

Focus Home Interactive’s boss Cédric Lagarrigue talks about the publisher’s ambitions for Dontnod’s Vampyr and why he’d choose a sequel over DLC for the title. For more on Vampyr, you can also read our interview with Dontnod’s narrative director Stéphane Beauverger. How did you and Dontnod start working on Vampyr and how …

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Vampyr: Fangs for the memories

Vampyr is the new project of Life is Strange developer Dontnod, and while it’s very much an action-adventure RPG, you can definitely feel the Dontnod touch. This isn’t your traditional RPG, after all, as who and how many people you decide to kill will directly impact the story and other …

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EXCLUSIVE: Bandai Namco partners with Life is Strange studio Dontnod on new narrative adventure IP

Bandai Namco has announced a new strategic partnership with Life is Strange developer Dontnod Entertainment, MCV can exclusively reveal. The new partnership will see the creation of a brand-new IP based on a new narrative adventure experience. More details about the game, including platforms, a release date and whether it …

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Dontnod confirms another Life is Strange title is in development

Developer Dontnod has confirmed there’s a brand-new Life is Strange title in development. Details are currently scarce on the ground, but the studio said more news will be coming soon. The title has been in development since the release of the boxed version of the original game last January, but …

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How Life is Strange changed Dontnod

Back in 2013, Capcom launched what it hoped would be a major new action series. Remember Me was a unique, cyberpunk story-driven triple-A game from new French developer Dontnod – a studio set-up by former Criterion, EA and Ubisoft creators. The team had spent almost five years on the game, …

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‘Publishers are now calling us’ – How Life is Strange has transformed Dontnod

Dontnod says its perception in the industry has been transformed on the back of hit episodic game Life is Strange. The company was in financial trouble after its disappointing first game, 2013’s Remember Me, and was rescued when Square Enix invested in Life is Strange. The title was a huge …

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