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Games Inbox: Dead video game franchises, rebooting Anthem, and Animal Crossing microtransactions

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Dead Space is probably never coming back
The Wednesday Inbox wonders how Microsoft makes any money out of Game Pass, as one reader highlights the pros and cons of being PC-only.
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Missing in action
I find it incredible that we have now gone a whole generation without a ‘new' game from the following franchises: Splinter Cell, Saints Row, Fable, Dead Space, Crysis, Max Payne, and Bioshock. Not including remakes and remasters, we haven't technically had a new GTA, Ratchet & Clank, or a mainstream Gran Turismo, depending...
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