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Nigmabox Rundown (12/25-12/31) The Year of the Sexually Dynamic Homunculus

2017 has officially begun, and there really isn’t anything to talk about over the past week, as I already did a post about my favorite games of the year, as well as a general update.   475 more words

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Nigmabox Rundown (12/18-12/24) Yet Another Christmas...

Well, it’s finally Christmas, the year is near an end, and I’m unfortunately not feeling very well.  My throat has been bothering me this past week, likely due to an influx of black mold that was present in a place I worked on Monday, and as such it’s hard for me to speak.   872 more words

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Robinson: The Journey Coming to Oculus Rift This January

Crytek is bringing Robinson: The Journey to Oculus Rift in January 2017.

The title first started development as an Oculus Rift title in its initial stage of development, but it got announced for Playstation VR with no mention of Oculus Rift (or HTC Vive) somewhere this year. 96 more words

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Star Citizen Studio says No Issues due to Crytek Closures

Today, Crytek announced the closure of five of their seven studios, refocusing the company on “premium IPs” and CryEngine. Roberts Space Industries, the developers of Star Citizen, aren’t worried. 58 more words

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Crytek Closes Multiple Studios - Is It Too Big For Its Boots?

Crytek is the independent studio responsible for the recent VR sensation Robinson: The Journey as well as titles including the original Far Cry, all the while taking on an elusive  375 more words

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Crytek Close Five Studios To Refocus Business After Apparent Financial Troubles

Crytek, best known for the games Crysis, Ryse, and more recently PSVR’s Robinson The Journey are to close their studios in Hungary, Bulgaria, South Korea, China, and Turkey, the developer said today. 228 more words

Crytek Closes Five Studios After Rough Year

(Source: kotaku.com)

Art from Crysis 3

After a year of financial hardship, Crytek is closing its studios in Budapest, Bulgaria, South Korea, China, and Turkey, the developer said today. 307 more words

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