Square Enix has handed North American publishing duties to Wakfu developer Ankama Games as of March 1. Massively reports the news was detailed on an FAQ and official announcement, but the pages are inaccessible without logging in; happily, the transition is not expected to affect player data. The publisher change follows lay-offs at Square Enix’s Los Angeles office, which handles its US MMO publishing, but no official explanation was given for the decision.
Assassin’s Creed Origins fronts a moody cinematic trailer set to Leonard Cohen’s fabulous You Want it Darker, and suddenly Egypt’s blazing sunshine feels totally different.
Less sexy but still cool Minecraft Edition Xbox One S is for people who like dirt, also spawns pig and creeper controllers
Minecraft branded Xbox One? Sure, why not.
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Olivier Comte has been VP of sales at Atari and senior VP at Namco Bandai Europe, and now he is the chief operating officer at Ankama, independent publisher/developer of MMOs Wakfu and Dofus, along with a myriad of other low-ish profile games, comparatively speaking.
Below you will find your shorts for Saturday. We have no idea what happened to the pair you wore on Friday.
Square Enix has announced it’s plans for PAX East.
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