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ID@Xbox hits over a billion hours of play

Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program has come a long way since it first started in 2013. While the curated self-publishing program’s first titles included smaller indie games such as Drinkbox Studios’ Guacamelee and Nicalis’ 1001 Spikes, it’s now home to some of the biggest and most ambitious independently developed titles the industry’s …

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Rebellion’s big plans for Sniper Elite 4

Sniping games are one of those peculiar genres that are almost always praised by their players but mauled by the critics. And the Sniper Elite franchise is no exception to the rule. Critics may not have always backed the series, but it has built a massive community eagerly waiting each …

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Welcome to Sumo Digital, the Pinewood Studios of games development

Disney Infinity 3.0. Crackdown 3. LittleBigPlanet 3. Forza Horizon 2. F1 2011. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Dead Island 2. Xbox Fitness. Dead Space Ignition. And that’s not even the half of it. That’s as diverse a line-up as you’re ever likely to see, and it all comes from one …

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Frontier completes self-publishing transformation

Elite Dangerous creator Frontier Developments says it has no plans to make games for anyone else ever again. The firm, who has made games for the likes of Microsoft, Atari and Amazon, is readying the release of Planet Coaster – a game it considers its second self-published franchise (after Elite). …

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