DONTNOD Entertainment revealed they have introduced a brand new Work From Home policy for all of the company's employees The company launched a new system that allows employees from Montreal and Paris to work from home, and by the sounds of it, the system will continue past the pandemic whenever it ends This new permanent[...]
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DONTNOD Entertainment has announced today they will start publishing third-party titles through their brand The French independent developer and publisher also revealed their first game in this new venture will be with Danish games development studio PortaPlay, with who they will collaborate on an upcoming co-production Neither company went into any kind of detail or[...]
Bandai Namco and Dontnod Entertainment revealed more details today about Twin Mirror as we finally have a release date The game will now officially launch on December 1st, 2020, on PC through the Epic Games Store, PS4, and Xbox One You can currently pre-order it through the EGS, and anyone pre-ordering the game will receive[...]
Tell Me Why is the latest adventure from Dontnod Entertainment, and it's a valiant attempt at telling a relatable story from the point of view of a trans man named Tyler and his twin sister Alyson The sticking point is that it's a murder mystery that feels as though it should never have been a[...]
DONTNOD Entertainment is gearing up for the release of Tell Me Why with three new videos exploring the game Chapters 1-3 will be released over the course of the next few weeks as you'll be able to play this story of two siblings exploring their past and trying to figure out if the past was[...]
During the Xbox Games Showcase today, DONTNOD Entertainment showed off the latest trailer for their upcoming game Tell Me Why You can check it out below, along with a snippet of the game's expanded description from the devs on Xbox Wire, as it reveals new info about Tyler and Alyson This includes the fact that[...]
Dontnod Entertainment, the same developer that brought us Life is Strange, is hard at work on a new title called Twin Mirror It's a far cry different from the teenage drama and angst that permeated Life is Strange, but it looks like it's going to be an exciting time for fans of the studio, especially[...]
Some cool news from DONTNOD Entertainment this week the company has opened up a new studio in Montréal, Quebec The company didn't really say a lot about the studio, simply that it would be an international expansion that will allow the company to be "closer to its North American players' community, representing the studio's main[...]
The game is currently being set for a 2020 release, but no window has been defined yet. Credit: Dontnod Entertainment Tell Me Why is the latest narrative adventure game from Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind the beloved franchise, Life is Strange In this intimate thriller, twins Tyler and Alyson use their special bond to unravel mysteries of[...]
The physical edition of Life is Strange 2 is officially set to debut in February 2020, so make sure you get your tissues ready.
One of the big games missing from this year's E3 was Twin Mirror from Bandai Namco and DontNod Entertainment, and now we know why The developers made two big announcements this past week, the first being that the game will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store for PC, and the second is that it's[...]
Square Enix has unveiled the release schedule for the remaining episodes of Life is Strange 2, with launch dates for episodes 3 through 5 spread out
We'll be waiting until the new year to see the next episode of Life is Strange 2, as Episode Two has been slated for January 2019 by the developers.
[rwp_box_recap id="0"] DONTNOD Entertainment returns to Life is Strange with a bang Literally The first episode of Life is Strage 2 opens with a scene that is the terrifying reality for a number of Americans Two teens get into a physical fight in their front yards in suburban Washington State One teen goes after the other's younger brother[...]
It's been announced that Dontnod Entertainment's Vampyr has been picked up by Fox21, with the show being directed by McG. When playing through Vampyr, which I fell in love with, the game's world really did feel like something akin to a TV show The way it revealed itself and the structure of the whole thing seemed perfect[...]