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Interview: Paradox on Cities: Skylines’ success, outdoing EA and why PC is the place to be

PC stalwart Paradox Interactive kicked 2015 off in style by launching Cities: Skylines to great aplomb. The title outsold Grand Theft Auto, FIFA and Dying Light in its first week, and went on to become the publisher’s fastest-selling game to date. Hot on the heels of that game’s success, COO …

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5,000 Cities: Skylines mods created within days of launch

The success of city-building hit Cities: Skylines has once again highlighted the power of player-created content on PC. Speaking to MCV in an exclusive interview, COO of publisher Paradox Interactive Susana Meza Graham said: The modding community has just completely embraced the game. I think we had 5,000 mods within …

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Paradox on Crusader Kings III: ‘It’s no secret successful games get sequels – it’s just a matter of when’

Crusader Kings II publisher Paradox Interactive has hinted at the possibility of a sequel. Speaking to MCV, COO Susana Meza Graham said that the PC medieval simulation title had been bolstered by a series of major updates and expansion packs following its release in 2012, which had allowed the team …

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Paradox will battle Cities: Skylines piracy with regular free updates

PC games publisher Paradox has said that it has a simple strategy to combat those who wish to pirate its PC mega-hit. Rather than employing some sort of draconian DRM the company instead has vowed to support the title with frequent free updates that will ensure that those playing a …

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Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity pushed back to 2015

Pillars of Eternity, the crowdfunded RPG by Obsidian Entertainment, is going to miss its 2014 release date. This isn’t the first time that the game has been pushed back. When it was first Kickstarted – under the name Project Eternity – Pillars of Eternity was set for an April 2014 …

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