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New job postings over at Blizzard reveals two unannounced projects - a new first-person game that could be Overwatch 2, and an MMO RTS... for mobiles.

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Released earlier this year as a slimline version of one of the world's most popular TCGs, Yu-Gi-Oh, came to mobile devices in the form of Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Links. This winter, it's coming to PC too.

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Those of you who played The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind way back when probably know a thing or two about the Clockwork City. With that game taking place 700 years after the events of The Elder Scrolls Online, wouldn't you like to see how the mechanical marvel looked 7 centuries ago?

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Academia: School Simulator is best called 'Theme Academy', out now on Early Access with a number of offer bundles.

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With the StarCraft remaster still very much on the way, eager crowds continue to ask the question - 'what about a Warcraft III remaster?' With the 2003 RTS classic receiving a PTR update today, we can likely assume a remaster still isn't really on the table.

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Panning for more Total War? There's a lot more on the way. Shaking up their usually timeline of Total War plans, Sega have now announced a whole-new series of games based around the established franchise.

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If you were hoping to get in on some free StarCraft later in the Summer, that's no longer an option. Blizzard have essentially put a paywall up in front of the upcoming StarCraft: Broodwar ladder and matchmaking features.

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We haven't heard all that much about Blizzard's plans to remaster the original StarCraft since the reveal earlier this year. Rather, fans have just been taking any mention of past Blizzard games as confirmation of them recieving the same treatment.

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Heading into South Korea early this year, Blizzard announced StarCraft Remastered - a spuced up, HD version of the original strategy classic that retains its aesthetic while making it more appealing for newer hardware.

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Chris Taylor used to have it all - in game developer terms, at least; a studio, three projects in the works and money coming through the door. 15 years later, it all vanished. What did he find the aftermath? Clay.