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#PCGICYMI - The biggest stories and hottest features of the week - Devolver turns 10, MachineGames on Wolfenstein, Ubisoft talks subscription services and much more!

#PCGICYMI - The biggest stories and hottest features of the week - Devolver turns 10, MachineGames on Wolfenstein, Ubisoft talks subscription services and much more!

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The digital shift and treating developers right: Devolver's Struthers looks back on the label's first decade

The co-founder discusses how moving away from physical let the company focus on what mattered, how the publisher ended up working on Hotline Miami and why it started running a fake press conference

MachineGames: 'We never meant for Wolfenstein to be relevant'

Senior game director Andreas Öjerfors discusses right-wing extremism, being experimental with the franchise and how it is implementing feedback for the recently-released Youngblood

Valve says it didn't mean to upset people when it called Metro Exodus' Epic exclusivity "unfair"

“It wasn’t the intent of the message. It was more about the timing. The game was about to launch, and then it was [exclusive to the Epic store]"

Sledgehammer Games is setting up shop in Australia

The Activision-owned company is best known for its work on the Call of Duty franchise

Ubisoft: 17 per cent of gamers subscribe to at least one subscription service

French firm spoke to 4,000 15-to-45-year-olds last year ahead of rolling out its own UPlay+ platform


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Alex Calvin launched PCGamesInsider.biz in August 2017 and has been its editor since. Prior to this, he was deputy editor at UK based games trade paper MCV and content editor for marketing and events for London Games Festival 2017. His work has also appeared in Eurogamer, The Observer, Kotaku UK, Esquire UK and Develop.

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