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Fortnite creator Epic Games is now valued at $17.3 billion after blockbuster funding deal – CNBC

Epic said the deal included a $250 million strategic investment from Sony, which it announced last month.

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Western Empires: The Kotaku Review – Kotaku Australia

Western Empires is a big board game. A very, very, very very, very big board game. Designed for nine players (though you can go as low as five), and played over…

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Western Empires is a big board game. A very, very, very very, very big board game.
Designed for nine players (though you can go as low as five), and played over the course of around eight hours, its the setting for an entire day of expansion, science, trade and battle as you and eight friends/former friends take on the role of a fledgling human civilisation somewhere between the Near East and Ireland.
Its a vast game, one that seems at first glance hugely ambitious, but its actually nothing of…

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What Someone Who Spent 1800 Hours In The Witcher 3 Actually Did – Kotaku Australia

The Witcher 3 is a sprawling single-player RPG with so much to do it can be overwhelming. The game world is huge. Points of interest litter the map. Dialogue tr…

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The Witcher 3 is a sprawling single-player RPG with so much to do it can be overwhelming. The game world is huge. Points of interest litter the map. Dialogue trees mean you can play through pivotal scenes in different ways. I can think of far worse games to be stuck on a desert island with for the rest of my life. Still, I cant imagine spending over 1800 hours in the game like Bruno Printz-Påhlson has.
This article has been updated since its original publication.
In 2018, Printz-Påhlson posted…

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Final Fantasy IX Is Getting A Physical Release On Nintendo Switch – Nintendo Life

Will include English language support

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Square Enix has announced a physical version of Final Fantasy IX for the Nintendo Switch will be released in Asia this winter.
According to a listing over on Playasia, This version will work on all systems sold worldwide and will include English, French, Italian, German and Spanish language support. Pre-orders are now live. Along with this, is a look at the game’s stylish box art:
This follows on from Square Enix’s announcement last week that it would be bringing the Final Fantasy VII / VIII R…

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