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Could be Matter, which was trademarked last year following $100m investment from Chinese giant NetEase
Creative director Paul Sage tells us how it has changed the looter shooter title and what it feels like to work on a game dominated by negative coverage upon announcement
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Yeah, very true…
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They sound like the UK Conservative Party.