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  • Current Event
    11 hours ago
    by jackthetripper
    +8 +2

    Bioware tried to revive Knights of the Old Republic ‘multiple times’

    Ever since the most recent Star Wars game cancellation at EA, there has been a ton of discussion surrounding the publisher and its use of the license. Over the weekend, an older story began doing the rounds again, reminding the world that at one point, Bioware was working on a Knights of the Old Republic reboot.

  • Current Event
    17 hours ago
    by geoleo
    +20 +2

    Rogue One Writer Says EA Have “Catastrophically Mismanaged” The Star Wars License

    Gary Whitta, writer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, has not minced his words when discussing the recent cancellation of yet another Star Wars game at EA. The title was originally under the directorship of Uncharted’s Amy Hennig but the game, codenamed Ragtag, was reviewed internally and cut back, resulting in Amy leaving the project. Visceral Games, the chaps behind the classic Dead Space who working on the project were shut down and Ragtag became Orca, a much more focused, smaller project. It seems Gary saw the original version of the game and he’s not happy with EA.

  • Current Event
    1 day ago
    by geoleo
    +13 +2

    "Another Big Wave of Fixes" Coming in the Next Fallout 76 Patch

    Bethesda’s first Fallout 76 patch this month addressed more than 150 different bugs and problems. Hot on its heels, however, is a second patch which is due to release later in January. Now, Bethesda has given fans some details about what will be included in that upcoming update. According to the studio, players should expect it by the end of the month, and it will include; “another big wave of fixes.”

  • Current Event
    3 days ago
    by baron778
    +12 +4

    Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Sells over 200k Copies in Japan

    Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has surpassed 200,000 copies sold in Japan, with 64,000 of those sales occurring in 2018. The game sits at 75th place for the year in Japan, one spot behind Dragon Ball FighterZ on Nintendo Switch and one spot ahead of Attack on Titan 2 for PlayStation 4. This is especially impressive considering the game came out at the tail end of 2017, when the majority of its sales took place.

  • Current Event
    2 days ago
    by darvinhg
    +11 +3

    'Fortnite' V-Bucks Reportedly Being Used For Money Laundering

    Fortnite's V-Bucks are only good for two things: buying (allegedly stolen) emotes and if you're real sinister, scamming people on Twitter. Or so that's what we thought. A new report via the Independent claims that the game's currency is also being used as a money laundering tool on some weird parts of the Internet. Because, of course it is. This is 2019.

  • Review
    1 day ago
    by iogames
    +1 +1

    noodleman.io – Fight Party Games

    Fight Party Games

  • Current Event
    4 days ago
    by geoleo
    +26 +5

    'Legend of Zelda' copy sells for $3.3K at auction

    A copy of the original NES game 'The Legend of Zelda' has sold at auction for more than $3300.

  • Current Event
    5 days ago
    by geoleo
    +18 +6

    EA And Star Wars Partnership Has Been Bad For Everyone - PlayStation Universe

    Partnerships between two companies are not uncommon in entertainment. A company will often allow a franchise to be used by a development studio, animation house, or publisher, coming to some sort of deal in the process. Usually, this works out well for everyone. The franchise gets to expand to new markets and demographics and the people working on it get to labor on a beloved franchise that many of them have followed for years.

  • Current Event
    6 days ago
    by zobo
    +25 +8

    Star Wars Open-World Game Reportedly Canceled at EA

    According to a new report, EA's open-world Star Wars game, in development following the closure of Visceral Games, has also been canceled. Kotaku has reported this game's alleged cancellation. According to Kotaku, this Star Wars game was the one announced following Visceral Games' closure in 2017, which came alongside the cancellation of Amy Hennig's game in production at the studio. Development resources at the time shifted from Visceral's title, reportedly codenamed Ragtag, to this new, now reportedly canceled title.

  • Current Event
    8 days ago
    by Chubros
    +17 +5

    'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order': Everything We Know So Far

    Back in 2016 during Star Wars Day, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was announced. But then we heard nothing about the game until June 9, 2018, when Electronic Arts re-announced the game during its E3 press conference. But unfortunately, said announcement was basically nothing more than just mere confirmation that it existed. That said, while details are scarce, we've combed the Internet for every bit of information about the game we could find so we could put it all under the roof of one article.

  • Current Event
    9 days ago
    by Nelson
    +17 +5

    Activision Being Investigated For Fraud Following Bungie Split

    AAA gaming publisher Activision is now under investigation for possible securities fraud and other unlawful business practices, MarketWatch reports. The investigation into unlawful business practices committed by the publishing giant is being lead by securities litigation firm, Pomerantz LLP with Robert S. Willoughby acting as the firm’s point of contact for investors and shareholders who have an interest in participating in the class action lawsuit.

  • Current Event
    3 days ago
    by jedlicka
    +11 +1

    Nintendo Switch Reveals Ranking Of Most Downloaded Games In 2018!

    Nintendo has announced a ranking of the Top 30 Nintendo Switch Games downloaded in 2018, and the top winners are no surprise. In First place, smashing all the competition, was Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. This is the newest in the Super Smash Brothers franchise, and was one of the most anticipated games from Nintendo. Second place went to another popular Nintendo franchise, Super Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. You can’t help but like all of the fun racing and cool items you can use.

  • Current Event
    10 days ago
    by sasky
    +13 +4

    Divorcing Activision won't stop Bungie making mistakes, but will change Destiny for the better

    When you've sunk literally thousands of hours into playing a game, and voraciously consume every piece of rumour and speculation about it, you're unlikely to be blindsided by any one particular piece of news. But that's exactly what happened yesterday, when to the surprise of pretty much everyone Bungie announced it was saying sayonara to its eight-year relationship with Activision, and would be going it alone as the self-publisher of Destiny, effective pretty much immediately.

  • Current Event
    11 days ago
    by weekendhobo
    +22 +4

    Over 8,000 Elite Dangerous pilots are embarking on an incredible 18-week journey

    Thousands of Elite Dangerous players—over 8,000, according to the sign-up sheet—are preparing to embark on another incredible voyage across the Milky Way. The destination is Beagle Point, some 65,279 light years from Earth, past the galactic core, at the very edge of the galaxy. The journey is expected to take 18 weeks, and like last time, casualties are expected.

  • Current Event
    10 days ago
    by wildcard
    +20 +3

    Fitness Boxing Rated T for Teen for Accurately Depicting the Female Form

    For a game about encouraging people to move, the ESRB seems pretty hell-bent on making sure children don't play Fitness Boxing. As the spiritual successor to Wii Fit, Fitness Boxing has–naturally–flown under the radar. Its release seems to have been aimed at cashing in on those of us who are looking to start off 2019 with a workout routine or, at least, some way to justify our “new year, new me” attitude.

  • Current Event
    8 days ago
    by kong88
    +17 +2

    Video Game Company, Epic Games, has “F” Rating with BBB

    The gaming company behind such popular titles as Fortnite and Infinity Blade has an “F” rating with Better Business Bureau due to unanswered customer complaints. BBB serving Eastern North Carolina (BBB) is warning consumers about Epic Games of Cary, NC, which has 279 BBB complaints on file in the past three years with 271 of those complaints filed in the last year alone. Of the 279 total complaints, 247 of those have gone unanswered.

  • Current Event
    13 days ago
    by Petrox
    +13 +4

    New Assassin's Creed Odyssey Quest 'The Daughters of Lalaia' Is Live

    Ubisoft has added a new quest to Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Like previous The Lost Tales of Greece quests, this latest escapade is free for all players. It's titled 'The Daughters of Lalaia' and it should give you something to do before the game's next DLC episode launches in the near future. Look, we've got to give Ubisoft credit here -- the company's been doing a great job of keeping Odyssey updated since the game released in October last year. New quests, bounties, and big title updates have been dropping on a regular basis, and every time we load the game up, it feels like we've got something to do.

  • Current Event
    13 days ago
    by hedman
    +17 +3

    God of War Director's DLC Ideas Would Have Taken Too Long to Make

    God Of War's director, Cory Barlog, revealed that he had a couple DLC stories written for Kratos' latest adventure, but that the time investment and ambition of the team would have made it "a little too big!" Speaking to IGN on Beyond's God of War retrospective at around 33:30, Barlog discussed why God of War, our Game of the Year for 2018, ended up not releasing any new story content after its release last April.

  • Video/Audio
    10 days ago
    by mtnrg
    +20 +2

    Fan animation of Zelda: BOTW

  • Expression
    3 weeks ago
    by mariogi
    +47 +8

    More games should be truly honest about death

    I never intended to make videogames about my brother. But creating videogames became the way in which I tried to make sense of his death.

  • Current Event
    2 weeks ago
    by socialiguana
    +29 +4

    Future Business Shift Could See Nintendo Move Away From Home Console Development

    Shuntaro Furukawa replaced Tatsumi Kimishima last year as Nintendo's global president. Shortly after he was appointed, Furukawa mentioned how he "grew up" with Nintendo and would respect its traditions: originality and flexibility. With this in mind, during a recent interview with Nikkei - as translated by Nintendo Everything - Furukawa touched on these company traditions when asked a series of questions about Nintendo's past, present and future.

  • Expression
    2 weeks ago
    by zobo
    +12 +3

    God of War full interview — The definitive story behind the crafting of God of War

    God of War is the result of the labors of 300 people at console industry leader Sony’s studio in Santa Monica, California. Yet it was the underdog in the battle for Game of the Year at The Game Awards, as Red Dead Redemption 2 was built by a team at Rockstar Games with 10 times more resources. Even so, God of War was the surprise Game of the Year winner, even though it came out in April, long before the fall games that were fresh in everyone’s mind during the holiday season.

  • Expression
    12 days ago
    by TentativePrince
    +12 +2

    Vietnam Vet approaching 70 now makes Killer Custom Joysticks For Gamers.

    I got a chance to catch up with the man behind FoeHammer Custom Joysticks. Doug Johnson is an incredible builder, and with the help of his son, Sheppard, He’s an even better designer. I had to interview Doug because of his incredible attention to detail, and fascinating luxe design aesthetic. Doug is a vet in the game and probably makes some of the best looking fightsticks to date— he’s even offering to teach young people how to make their own.

  • Review
    6 days ago
    by iogames
    +1 +1

    Mafia.io

    Full Screen Mafia.io is a multiplayer shooter with top view. Feel yourself in the shoes of a mafia, whose goal is to spin like a wolf in this difficult world. How to play : The game

  • Current Event
    3 weeks ago
    by sauce
    +22 +5

    China restarts video game approvals after months-long freeze

    China on Saturday approved the release of 80 online video games after a freeze on such approvals for most of the year. However, the approved titles, listed on the website of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, did not include games from industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd.

  • Analysis
    2 weeks ago
    by 66bnats
    +19 +3

    How the First Popular Video Game Kicked Off Generations of Virtual Adventure

    A simple contest of sci-fi strategy, ‘Spacewar!’ ushered in what is now a 140 billion dollar industry.

  • Current Event
    6 days ago
    by ubthejudge
    +3 +1

    The 8-player co-op mod for Skyrim is entering closed beta

    Bethesda taking the Fallout series online with Fallout 76 was met with, shall we say, mixed results. Modders, meanwhile, have been trying to take Skyrim online for years, and now it's almost a reality. Skyrim Together is a co-op mod that lets you play Skyrim with your pals, and after a few false starts it appears to finally be ready for a closed beta trial.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by darvinhg
    +14 +5

    Atlas finally launches, only to disappoint 77% of the players

    Grapeshot Games have finally managed to launch Atlas, but now it's on a good track to be more of a disappointment than Fallout 76 was. Many are calling it a reskin of ARK: Survival Evolved, while others claim it was originally DLC. How does one produce a mess that overshadows Fallout 76 as the biggest disappointment in 2018 when they have only eight days left until 2019 kicks off? Ask Grapeshot Games, who not only pushed the release of Atlas back several times, but when they finally launched the game, people couldn't get past the login screen.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by zyery
    +14 +5

    Soapbox: I Would Never Have Played the Excellent Bloodborne if Not for PS Plus

    For those that aren't aware, I'm a proper wuss. I have an irrational fear of spiders and other creepy crawlies, and I'd much rather watch the works of Walt Disney than Tobe Hooper. The scariest film I've ever seen is probably Alien, and I'd say the scariest game I've ever played, until recently, was The Last of Us. Halloween for me is carving pumpkins and hoping trick-or-treaters don't arrive to steal my chocolate. I'm not into horror on any level, really.

  • Current Event
    3 weeks ago
    by Petrox
    +17 +3

    An annual survey suggests developers are losing confidence in Valve

    Small developers are losing confidence that Valve is earning its 30% of Steam sales, according to a new survey. In 2017, 39% of developers agreed that Valve had earned its share, but that number has dropped to 11% in this year’s survey. Lars Doucet, who has run this survey for three years, is quick to note that these results are not scientific – but they do put numbers to issues developers have lately been in heated discussions over.

  • Current Event
    2 weeks ago
    by geoleo
    +13 +3

    Valve’s Artifact Ended 2018 Outside Steam’s Top 100 Most Played Games

    It became clear that Valve was going to have a hard time selling Artifact when fans were left disgruntled (to say the least) by the Dota card game’s reveal at The International 2017. Similar to Blizzard’s Diablo Immortal blunder at Blizzcon a couple months ago, Valve’s decision to try and monetize a $19.99 card game and ignore the demand to create sequels to their best-selling franchises Half-Life, Left 4 Dead, and Portal isn’t paying off for the popular publisher.

  • Review
    8 days ago
    by iogames
    +1 +1

    skidz.io

    Full Screen skidz.io is a multiplayer racing online. No matter how many opponents you encounter on the way, destroy them all, doubt them under your wheels! How to play : The combat mission in Skidz is

  • Expression
    1 month ago
    by junglman
    +14 +6

    Witchfire, a Year After Reveal

    During the 300 years of European witch hunts that started in the 15th century, tens of thousands of women, men and children lost their lives due to superstition, politics and profit. But that’s our history and our world. In the world of Witchfire, witches are real. And you are the punishing hand of the Church. That’s the core idea behind the game, even if things are not as black-and-white as one might think.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by ppp
    +14 +4

    EA Says Star Wars Battlefront 2 "did not go as planned"

    It only took Star Wars Battlefront 2 a mere few days to go from one of the most anticipated titles of last year, to, quite possibily, its most infamous. The controversy surrounding its pay-to-win loot box progression not only made reddit history, with the most downvoted comment of all time, but also spurred state institutions into investigating loot boxes themselves.

  • Current Event
    1 month ago
    by darvinhg
    +13 +5

    Get LEGO® The Lord of the Rings for free

    For a limited time, get LEGO® The Lord of the Rings for free and keep it forever, courtesy of Humble Bundle! While supplies last.