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EXCLUSIVE: Bandai Namco partners with Life is Strange studio Dontnod on new narrative adventure IP

Bandai Namco has announced a new strategic partnership with Life is Strange developer Dontnod Entertainment, MCV can exclusively reveal. The new partnership will see the creation of a brand-new IP based on a new narrative adventure experience. More details about the game, including platforms, a release date and whether it …

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Ubisoft enters toys-to-life market with Star Link: Battle for Atlas

In an evening of surprises and unexpected reveals, Ubisoft continued on this theme at its E3 press conference by announcing a brand-new toys-to-life title, Star Link: Battle for Atlas, a brand-new IP from its Toronto studio. Using phsyical (and digital) starship figures, players can control a team of star pilots …

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Bioware’s new IP Anthem looks like Mass Effect meets Destiny

Bioware has a brand-new IP named Anthem, and it looks to be a cross between Mass Effect’s epic space opera and Destiny’s sci-fi co-op play. The game was first teased yesterday during EA’s Play event in Los Angeles, but it was Microsoft who presented the game in full, closing out …

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The Division smashes Destiny’s new IP record

Tom Clancy’s The Division is the fastest-selling new IP in history, Ubisoft has declared. The game – which is already the biggest selling Q1 game in UK games industry history – has smashed Destiny’s new IP record by generating $330m in five days. It also tops Watch Dogs, which was …

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New 505 Games IP Portal Knights debuts on Early Access this month

Publisher 505 Games has announced a brand new franchise called Portal Knights. And what’s more – consumers can play the title from February 25th, when the title launches onto Steam’s Early Access. The title is a 3D sandbox role-playing game and has a magical setting. Consumers can play as one …

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Square Enix boss: New IP needs three hits to be a success

Any new IP hoping to transition into the world of mega-brands needs at least three instalments before its success can be determined. That’s according to Square Enix boss Yosuke Matsuda, who Kotaku reports told Famitsu that publishers cannot expect new franchises to be an instant success. Cultivating a new IP …

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