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China passes law to regulate loot drop rates in games
In a bid to bring a halt to the rampant gaming addiction plaguing the country, the Chinese government has taken the unprecedented step to force game...
Indie meets big business: Sea of Solitude to be second title in EA Originals lineup
Electronic Arts is adding a new game to their new indie-focused EA Originals lineup, called Sea of Solitude . Made by a small studio from Berlin,...
Games, commerce, and collaboration in Haarlem at lvlfour
In the fractured landscape of the indie games scene, filled with small teams working from a basement or garage, it pays to collaborate with others...
Para Parachute: Jumping for joy in VR
Here at GameCrate we’re interested in the cutting edge, and VR is definitely pushing the boundaries of technology. One of the companies helping take...
How the publicly funded Dutch Game Garden helps indie developers
If you’re interested in the Dutch indie gaming scene, and we are , then sooner or later you’ll run into the Dutch Game Garden . It’s a collection of...
Games from the Nether World: Dutch indies at Firstlook Festival
Recently the Firstlook Festival was held in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Besides getting a sneak-peak at some upcoming Triple-A titles , we had a chance...
Firstlook Festival: Hands-on with Final Fantasy XV, For Honor, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
This past weekend the Firstlook Festival was on in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Besides being the place for small Dutch developers to strut their stuff...
Review: Turmoil - Drilling for oil, fun, and profit
Platforms: PC (Reviewed) If it has ever been your dream to prospect for oil in the Old West, then Turmoil is the game for you. Developed by Gamious...
Gamescom 2016: Blizzard, Ubisoft, Square Enix, and more
If you’re into gaming, you’ve probably heard of Gamescom – it’s Europe’s answer to E3, except even bigger. Like every year, it’s being held in...