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Wired Productions launches Black Razor Records

Music label to donate its first album's Bandcamp proceeds to mental health non-profit, Safe In Our World

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Life after Armello: How League of Geeks wants to "nip at the revenue of the big guys"

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Theorycraft Games raises $50m in Series B funding

League of Legends game director Jon Belliss joins the studio as its newest talent acquisition

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Return To Monkey Island | Critical Consensus

Critics praise Ron Gilbert's return to the long-absent adventure game franchise as Guybrush is introduced to a new generation

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