Difficult to change the first lines of our weekly meeting: you are used to it, every Sunday we offer you a video that goes around the news of the week. About ten minutes to watch the headlines together. We won’t go back to the Game Awards 2022, which we’ve already summarized for you, but we will talk about Microsoft’s never-ending takeover of Activision Blizzard, which has had a great recovery. We’ll also talk about the crunch of Diablo 4, an always stupid statement from the former creative director of Days Gone, and the nine page Tales of Rise.
Debrief: The Witcher Remake, Infinity Nikky, Tekken 8, FF16 and DC Comics Games
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