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More Details on the Return to Classes in Battlefield 2042

Classes are coming back to Battlefield very soon. Here's what you need to know.

​We have known for a while now that DICE has been planning to re-introduce the traditional Battlefield Class system into Battlefield 2042. Today, DICE took the time to provide a lengthy write-up talking about the changes that are being made in order to add Classes into a game that really didn't have any.

DICE opens their write-up by saying that "Specialists at launch were polarizing to...

Update to Stadia Controllers Ensures a Life After Death

An update will allow you to connect to Bluetooth enabled devices.

According to the watch I don't own, Google Stadia is now probably shut down. Well, if it's not at the time of posting, it probably will be by the time you read this. Stadia was set to shut down on January 18th and, well, it's now January 18th.

At the 11th hour, Google released a new support tool that will allow those with a Stadia Controller to use it as a general Bluetooth controller. Without the use of...

Games to Look Forward to in 2023

I won't lie. I fully expected there to be far more news to post today (January 2, 2023) given that it's the start of the week and the holidays are "technically" over. What I failed to realize is that a ton of people are still off work due to the New Year falling on a Sunday. Thus, here I am opting to do a little write-up about what games I'm looking forward to in 2023 instead of sitting around doing nothing. Who knows, maybe you're looking forward to these games as well. If I missed some games ...

Total Gaming Network's 2022 Games of the Year

It is time once more to talk about the best games that have come out over the past year. As the case has been with previous years, this list of games only includes the titles that I have personally played to some degree. In addition, the games on this list are games that were released in 2022 unless otherwise stated for some specific reason. As I am the only one posting content on the site, this is as much a "Total Gaming Network Game of the Year" as it is my personal Game of the Year selection. ...

Review: High on Life

A fun little adventure that fuses crass humor with some DOOM-style combat.

High on Life opens strong and just gets better the further into the game you go. It was a game that I remember being on the fence about for the longest time. In fact, I did not even remember submitting for a review copy, but I apparently did! So, it was with a fair bit of hesitation that I accepted the code, downloaded the game, and started the journey. Any worry I might have had was quickly laid to rest within...
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  • Elden Ring Delayed, Closed Network Test Announced

    Elden Ring Delayed, Closed Network Test Announced

    Elden Ring has been delayed by at least a month.

    FromSoftware announced two important pieces of Elden Ring related news today. First off, yes, the game has been delayed. Though originally set to release on January 21, 2022, the open-world fantasy RPG will now be released on February 25, 2022.

    On the flip side of that coin is word that there will be a closed network test happening in November 2021! This will give fans an opportunity to get a taste of what the full game...
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  • Valve Announces Steam Deck Verified System

    Valve Announces Steam Deck Verified System

    See how well your games will run on the Deck.

    Valve just announced a program they're calling Deck Verified. This is a new system that will help new and existing Steam Deck owners see if their favorite games will run without issue on the upcoming portable device from Valve.

    Valve is currently reviewing the entire Steam catalog. They will be categorizing each game by its level of compatibility with the Steam Deck. Customers will be able to see these categories on the Steam...
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  • Team Spirit Wins The International 10

    Team Spirit Wins The International 10

    They just won a boatload of cash. Like an actual boatload. It was a ton of money.

    The International 10 wrapped up earlier today at the National Arena in Bucharest, Romania. The 2021 winner for this annual Dota 2 tournament was none other than Team Spirit. They defeated PSG.LGD with a final score of 3 to 2.

    As usual, this year's event broke all sorts of esports records with a community-driven prize pool of over $40 million (USD).

    The International began in...
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  • Allay Wins Minecraft Fan Vote to Become the Newest Mob Addition

    Allay Wins Minecraft Fan Vote to Become the Newest Mob Addition

    A new, friendly mob was voted by the fans to become the next Minecraft addition.

    Minecraft fans recently cast their votes to select a new mob that will be added to the game. This year's winner is Allay, a blue, flying spirit that will collect items for the player. Not only that, but Allay apparently loves to dance if there are active music blocks nearby.

    Allay won the vote during this year's Minecraft Live event and was announced via Twitter. It was going up against two...
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  • Final Matches Announced for The International 10

    Final Matches Announced for The International 10

    Matches will be played on Sunday.

    Valve announces that the final three teams for tomorrow's final matchups in Dota 2's The International 10 have been determined. Starting tomorrow, the first game will be the lower bracket final between Team Secret and Team Spirit. This takes place on Sunday at 10AM local time in Romania, or 3AM (ET).

    The winner of that match will then go on to face PSG.LGD in the Grand Final later that afternoon in Romania, or at 6AM (ET). Both of these...
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  • Valve Bans Steam Games that Feature NFTs and Crypto

    Valve Bans Steam Games that Feature NFTs and Crypto

    At least one developer is upset about this new move.

    Valve is no longer allowing games built using blockchain technology that "issue or allow exchange of cryptocurrencies or NFTs" to be sold or offered through Steam. This news was actually revealed on Twitter by the developer of one such NFT-based game.

    This new rule is listed on Valve's onboarding rules page for developers. It was first brought to light by the developer behind Age of Rust, SpacePirate Games....
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  • Two Final Content Updates Announced for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    Two Final Content Updates Announced for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    One will be free while the other must be paid for.

    Two new content updates are coming out soon for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The first is the free 2.0 update that will include Brewster and his coffee shop named The Roost, which is attached to the in-game museum. The other update is a piece of paid DLC called Happy Home Paradise that will allow you to design the home of your dreams and a new archipelago location.

    Both of these DLC releases will be released on November...
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  • Nintendo Reveals Pricing for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack

    Nintendo Reveals Pricing for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack

    It's a pretty hefty price increase.

    Nintendo has finally revealed the pricing and availability date for their Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership. This is the more expensive tier of Nintendo Switch Online that will grant subscribers access to N64 and Sega games as well as Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Happy Home Paradise DLC. This DLC can be purchased for $24.99 (USD) on its own if desired.

    That higher cost for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is...
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  • Crysis Remastered Trilogy Released Today

    Crysis Remastered Trilogy Released Today

    Maximum remaster.

    Crytek released the Crysis Remastered Trilogy today on PC via the Epic Games Store, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This release includes remasters of Crysis, Crysis 2, and Crysis 3. All games can be purchased separately or as a collection if you did not buy last year's release of just Crysis Remastered.

    All three games include the classic Crysis games but with improved lighting, visually enhanced characters, weapons, and...
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  • Call of Duty's New Anti-cheat has Apparently Leaked Online Just One Day After Being Announced

    It's already being reverse engineered by cheat makers.

    Over the span of just three days, we had Activision issuing a threat against cheaters, the reveal of Ricochet, the new kernel-level anti-cheat coming to Call of Duty, and now today that anti-cheat has apparently already been leaked. Not only that, but Ricochet is apparently already being reverse engineered by "pay to cheat" (P2C) developers.

    Ricochet as it is known was announced just yesterday for Call of...
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  • Sony Opens Registrations for a Chance to Purchase a PS5 for the Holidays

    Sony Opens Registrations for a Chance to Purchase a PS5 for the Holidays

    Yep, they're still nearly impossible to find.

    Much like other hardware items, PlayStation 5 consoles are still damn near impossible to find and purchase. To maybe help alleviate some of the stress of hunting for Sony's latest console, the company has opened up a direct registration system that will give those in the United States a chance to purchase a PS5 this holiday season.

    Naturally, invitations will be limited. Additionally, Sony notes that invitations to purchase...
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  • EA Removing Coach Jon Gruden from Madden NFL 22

    EA Removing Coach Jon Gruden from Madden NFL 22

    He will be replaced by a generic placeholder.

    EA announced that they will be removing the former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden from Madden NFL 22. This is being done following Gruden's resignation after it was recently revealed by the New York Times that he made several racist, homophobic, and misogynistic remarks across multiple emails over the past 12 years.

    News about Gruden's removal from Madden was made through the game's official Twitter account yesterday....
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  • Gaming Forum ResetEra Purchased for $4.55 Million

    Gaming Forum ResetEra Purchased for $4.55 Million

    The site was sold to a Swedish media company.

    The somewhat popular gaming forum known as ResetEra has been acquired by M.O.B.A. Network, a Swedish media company. The site was sold for a staggering $4.55 million (USD). The sole remaining owner of ResetEra, Cerium, received $3.55 million as the deal was closed with another $1 million to be paid by December 31, 2021.

    ResetEra will join other M.O.B.A. owned gaming communities such as and
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  • Major Deathloop Update Improves Performance and NPC Behavior

    Major Deathloop Update Improves Performance and NPC Behavior

    The first major update for the game addresses some of its biggest issues.

    Bethesda and Arkane just released the first major update for Deathloop a short time ago today. This update is available now on the PC and PlayStation 5. They're calling it "Game Update 1" and it aims to improve several key areas of the gameplay as well as addressing some issues with camera smoothness. In addition, some changes were made to NPC behavior and several fixes for crashing issues were also...
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  • PGA Tour 2K21 'Baller Edition' Announced

    PGA Tour 2K21 'Baller Edition' Announced

    Get it? Because of golf balls.

    2K just announced the Baller Edition of PGA Tour 2K21 today that includes various bonus content and is "dripping with swag." Because when I think of golf and golfers, I immediately think of "swag." I say this as someone who used to golf regularly.

    PGA Tour 2K21 Baller Edition includes the base game, all of the previously released DLC courses, all previously released game modes, an assortment of the "hottest gear"...
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  • Poll: Which Horror Remake Are You Most Excited For in Early 2023?
    by Shawn Zipay
    There are at least three of them coming this year.

    It's near the start of the month. It's a new month, a new year, but probably the same you. 2023 will have a number of remakes and remasters released, same as the previous few years. While there are remakes and remasters of games such as Like a Dragon: Ishin and Risk of Rain Returns slated to be released in 2023, we're going to focus only on the horror remakes in the pipeline.

    That means, I'm asking just one simple question:...
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