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19  mai     13h59
Gibbon: Beyond the Trees review - short, simple and lovely to play
Keza MacDonald    PC Nintendo Switch version tested iPhone iPad Broken RulesA noble environmental message provides the basis for this delightfully uncomplicated adventure but elements of performance are amissLovely to play but sad to think about this game follows three pastel coloured gibbons from their
17  mai     11h45
Pushing Buttons: What the EA-Fifa split means for fans
Keza MacDonald    In this week s newsletter Predictably this breakup of a thirty year deal isn t about fans at all it s just about moneyDon t get Pushing Buttons delivered to your inbox Sign up hereWelcome to Pushing Buttons the Guardian s gaming newsletter If you d like to receive it in your inbox every week
12  mai     12h44
Fifa believes it can make great sims without EA - but it should heed the fate of Championship Manager
Keith Stuart    The story of Eidos s cult football management sim shows the limits of brand recognition and suggests Fifa would have been better off sticking with Electronic ArtsThey think it s all over it is now The lucrative corporate marriage that brought us years of annual football simulations and
11  mai     12h49
Trek to Yomi review - a tropey but reverent tribute to Japanese cinema
Tom Regan    Xbox Series S X PlayStation PC Flying Wild Hog Devolver DigitalThis grainy gore soaked katana caper slowly morphs into a compelling meditation on vengeanceEven in the prologue Trek to Yomi features more samurai cliches than you can chuck a katana at Three subsequent levels of joyless
10  mai     18h24
Electronic Arts to stop making Fifa
Keith Stuart    Publisher has revealed EA Sports FC as the new brand for its bestselling series and promises innovationsElectronic Arts has announced that it will cease making Fifa branded football games next year From the series will continue under a new brand EA Sports FC In a press release on the
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Pushing Buttons: No matter how hard developers try to avoid it, games are - and should be - political
Keza MacDonald    In this week s newsletter When the New York Times removed the word fetus from the game out of fear of making a political statement they did just thatDon t get Pushing Buttons delivered to your inbox Sign up hereWelcome to Pushing Buttons the Guardian s gaming newsletter If you d like to