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Begins work on another Disney game.
Like the BFI, but for games.
TL;DR: £280 and March 3rd.
Leaves only Frankfurt and Kiev open.
Runs 60 percent slower hand-held.
Up to £25,000 per company available.
Nvidia Tegra beats at its heart.
Looks to new and old IP.
Rebellion director warns of challenges.
Adds £6bn to the company's cap.
Won't go head-to-head with rivals.
Site still to close, though.
Leaves the self-published games business.
Will get the delayed Zelda game, too.
Launches GameTrust label.
1080p60 capture from HDMI.
Rumours of its death debunked.
Not likely to be good news, then.
Media giant takes 10.39 per cent share.
£4M in grants over four years.
Takes it from Intel for an undisclosed sum.
'Was Basil Brush busy?'
Steps into Satoru Iwata's shoes.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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