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AT&T looks to sell Warner Bros Interactive – what next for the home of Arkham, LEGO, Mortal Kombat and Middle Earth?
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PlayStation triumphs, with E3 press conference it said it wouldn’t have, in a year where there’s no E3
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Unity reports a 46% increase in daily active gamers, alongside a jump in monetisation, due to COVID-19
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“Our strategy does not revolve around how many Xboxes I sell this year.” Phil Spencer on how Microsoft is well positioned amidst “massive economic uncertainty”
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Konami wants to publish your game – from indie to AA – with new third-party publishing unit launched
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Gaming presses pause in respect of US protests – Activision joins EA and PlayStation – but what about the other ‘E3’ shows?
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