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SEC Now Investigating Activision Blizzard

Bobby Kotick has been subpoenaed.

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched an investigation into Activision Blizzard. The government agency will be looking into how Activision Blizzard has handled, or mishandled, the numerous cases of sexual harassment, toxic workplace environments, abuse, and discrimination.

This comes after the state of California sued Activision Blizzard in July over the aforementioned allegations, and then later expanded...
 

Battlefield 2042 is Delayed

Looks like the rumors were true.

F's in the chat, boys. It looks like Battlefield 2042 has been delayed. Thankfully, the delay isn't as quite as long as some other titles that have recently been delayed.

Battlefield 2042 will now be released on November 19, 2021. The original release date was set for October 22, 2021. So, it's about a month delay. It's really not that bad in the grand scheme of things.

DICE and EA made the delay announcement just minutes ago...
 

Epic vs. Apple Verdict is a Huge Win for Apple

Epic really came away from this one empty-handed.

The judge in the Epic vs. Apple lawsuit has finally issued a ruling. Despite what a number of outlets seem to be saying, today's ruling really isn't a win for Epic Games. In fact, it's more of a win for Apple when you take everything into account.

In short, Epic lost on all but one count. Epic had wanted the judge to say that Apple was a monopoly, forcing it to lower its fees to below the industry standard 30% cut. Neither...
 

Tripwire President John Gibson Steps Down After Voicing Support of Texas Abortion Law

He fucked around and found out.

This weekend, the president and co-founder of Tripwire Interactive, John Gibson, made some rather idiotic remarks on Twitter. Gibson took to the social media platform to voice his support for the recent abortion ban in Texas, a ban that effectively takes away basic rights from women throughout the state. He also voiced his support for the Supreme Court of the United States for giving the go-ahead for that draconian ban to take place.

His...
 

China Imposes Three Hour Weekly Limit on Playing Games

Also, you can only play on weekends and holidays.

Starting September 1st, companies operating in China will be required to limit online gaming to just three hours per week for minors. This was a new rule that was just passed by Chinese regulators. This is a change from a previous restriction started in 2019 that allowed for up to 1.5 hours of game time per day.

According to a report from Bloomberg, those under the age of 18 will only be allowed to game for one hour between...
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  • Miyamoto Announces Star-Filled Cast for Mario Movie

    Miyamoto Announces Star-Filled Cast for Mario Movie

    This all feels like a weird fever dream.

    When you think of Mario's voice, the first person that comes to mind is none other than the legendary Charles Martinet. He's been the iconic voice of Mario for decades now. Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto is having none of that! None!

    In the future, when you think of Mario's voice, you're going to think of Chris Pratt. Yes, Chris Pratt. Luigi? Charlie Day. Bowser? Jack Black.

    What? What is this weird timeline we're living...
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  • Dying Light 2 'Dying 2 Know' Episode 4 to Feature Special Guest

    Dying Light 2 'Dying 2 Know' Episode 4 to Feature Special Guest

    Get a deeper dive into the story and gameplay of Dying Light 2.

    On September 30 at 12PM (PT), Techland will host their fourth episode of Dying 2 Know, their video series that takes a deep dive into the various elements that make up Dying Light 2 Stay Human. This new episode will be streamed through the Techland Twitch channel at that time.

    Tymon Smektała, the lead game designer on Dying Light 2, and streamer Leah will serve as the hosts for the show. They will talk about...
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  • Sable Launches Today on Xbox and PC

    Sable Launches Today on Xbox and PC

    Get ready to go on an adventure.

    Shedworks and Raw Fury just launched the well-received Sable today for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Game Pass, and PC. Sable is available right now for a price of $24.99 (USD) and is available for Game Pass on Xbox and PC if you're already subscribed to those services.

    On the PC side of things, the game can be purchased from Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG, and Humble.

    Sable is "an evocative coming-of-age tale of exploration...
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  • From Video Games to Casino Games: Digital Entertainment Today

    From Video Games to Casino Games: Digital Entertainment Today

    Digital entertainment is constantly evolving, as is the way we consume different products and how we pay for and access them. The aim of this ever-growing industry isn't only to stay relevant: it aims to consolidate itself as one of the most important industries in the digital age.

    Overall, users spend more time connected to the internet and, although laptops are widely used, mobile devices are easily the most important gadget within the technology sector. Here are the most popular...
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  • Respawn Says Titanfall 3 is Not in Development

    Respawn Says Titanfall 3 is Not in Development

    They're just too busy with other games.

    In a recent livestream, Respawn's Jason Garza says that the studio isn't working on Titanfall 3, nor are they working on any new Titanfall 2 content. Garza flat out says that "there's nothing there. We've got too many other games in the works right now."

    He did at least later clarify that the team at Respawn are still investigating hacking and other vulnerabilities in Titanfall 2.

    It seems that Respawn's primary...
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  • No Ray Tracing for Far Cry 6 on Consoles

    No Ray Tracing for Far Cry 6 on Consoles

    The eye candy will only be available on PC.

    Far Cry 6 will not feature any ray tracing technology on any of the console releases of the game. This confirmation comes from TechRadar, whom had reached out to Ubisoft after a 3D team lead programmer told Wccftech that ray tracing was a PC-only feature. Not only is ray tracing a PC-only feature but AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) is also PC-only.

    An Ubisoft representative told TechRadar that "on console, our objective...
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  • Thursday's Nintendo Direct to Focus on Winter Games

    Thursday's Nintendo Direct to Focus on Winter Games

    A new Direct will feature 40 minutes of announcements.

    Nintendo announced that they will host another Nintendo Direct tomorrow, September 23. This stream will begin at 3PM (PT) and feature about 40 minutes of new information focused mainly on Nintendo Switch titles that are coming out this Winter.

    As per usual, there is no word from Nintendo that even hints at what will be shown off during this event. However, there are rumors.

    There are rumors that we might...
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  • Apple Bans Fortnite from App Store for Five Years

    Apple Bans Fortnite from App Store for Five Years

    Tim Sweeney is throwing himself a little pity party.

    Over on the wonderful social media platform known as Twitter, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeny revealed that Apple has rejected their request to add Fortnite back on to the App Store. Specifically, Apple has refused the request to reinstate Epic's developer account that was terminated back in August 2020 right as the legal fight was heating up.

    Sweeney shared a letter that was sent to him by Apple. This letter rejects Epic's...
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  • Apex Legends Update May Have Broken the Game Even More

    Apex Legends Update May Have Broken the Game Even More

    One step forward, two steps back?

    Respawn just released a new patch for Apex Legends today that attempts to fix numerous bugs. The team says that the patch also includes some fixes for client crashes and server disconnects.

    Unfortunately, it seems as though the patch may have made things worse for players. Following the update, countless posts on Reddit now say that the game is actually performing worse than prior to the patch being rolled out. Users are complaining about...
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  • A Guide on Choosing the Best Online Roulette

    A Guide on Choosing the Best Online Roulette


    Among the games online casinos are known for, roulette is one of the most popular due to its straightforward nature and minimal house edge on certain variations. Roulette has a large following of devoted followers since online casinos frequently provide innovative ways of enjoying casino games on their platforms. For example, you can play roulette on Great Britain Casino anytime you like. Because of its enormous popularity and as a result of supply and demand, many new casino sites that ...
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  • Operation Riptide Announced for CS:GO

    Operation Riptide Announced for CS:GO

    Sharks are SO en vogue this year.

    Despite Steam apparently being super mega down right now for a significant portion of us in North America, that didn't stop the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team from releasing a new Operation for players. Meet Operation: Riptide, the latest major push of seasonal content that brings new maps, an overhauled mission system, and "new ways to play your favorite game modes."

    This new Operation comes alongside a new title upd...
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  • Blizzard Chief Legal Officer Quits

    Blizzard Chief Legal Officer Quits

    Claire Hart has stepped away from the company as it faces multiple legal battles.

    Blizzard's chief legal officer Claire Hart has resigned from the company right as they are in the midst of several legal battles. The announcement came via LinkedIn on Monday. Hart says that her final day with the company was Friday, September 17.

    Hart parts ways with Blizzard after being there for three years. Prior to that, she worked for Google for roughly a decade. A reason for her departure...
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  • New Deathloop Updates Partially Fixes PC Stutter

    New Deathloop Updates Partially Fixes PC Stutter

    It's better, but not perfect.

    A new update for Deathloop on the PC just rolled out to everyone today. This update attempts to mitigate the widespread "stutter" issue that numerous people have complained about.

    The patch notes specifically mention that this update addresses an issue concerning stutter as it relates to mouse-based camera movements. Arkane continues on to say that they are still looking into a separate issue that may also be the cause of stuttering...
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  • SEC Now Investigating Activision Blizzard

    SEC Now Investigating Activision Blizzard

    Bobby Kotick has been subpoenaed.

    The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched an investigation into Activision Blizzard. The government agency will be looking into how Activision Blizzard has handled, or mishandled, the numerous cases of sexual harassment, toxic workplace environments, abuse, and discrimination.

    This comes after the state of California sued Activision Blizzard in July over the aforementioned allegations, and then later expanded...
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  • Quantic Dream Wins One Libel Lawsuit, Loses Another

    Quantic Dream Wins One Libel Lawsuit, Loses Another

    All because Le Monde would not give up the anonymity of its sources.

    Quantic Dream's David Cage and Guillaume de Fondaumière, the leaders of Quantic Dream, have successfully sued the French newspaper Le Monde for libel. The outlet had initially claimed that work environment within Quantic Dream was toxic and employees were suffering as a result of alleged toxicity. The reports said that the studio forced crunch on employees and harbored a schoolboy culture that included sexist and...
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    by Shawn Zipay
    Making the jump from PS4 to PS5? Well, ya gotta pay.

    This seems to be a bit of a hot topic lately. Imagine you've owned a PlayStation 4 and amassed quite the game collection. Suddenly, you get a shiny new PlayStation 5. We don't know how or why and we don't want to know. The fact is: You got one. It's yours. Now, those games you've been enjoying on the PlayStation 4 have special PlayStation5 upgrades, but the problem is, you gotta pay.

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