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Report: Xbox, Sony, and Nintendo to Skip E3 2023

E3's big return sounds like it's more of a dud.

In September 2022, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced that E3 was returning. Not only was it returning, but it would be the show's first in-person event in four years.

Now, we're learning that none of the three major console makers will have any sort of presence at the trade show. Sony and Nintendo not having a presence probably isn't too surprising. Those two companies had already started to do their...

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. ...
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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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  • Battlefield 2042's Hazard Zone Sounds a Lot Like Ghost Recon Frontline

    Battlefield 2042's Hazard Zone Sounds a Lot Like Ghost Recon Frontline

    Stop me if you've heard this one before.

    DICE and EA showed off the Hazard Zone gameplay mode today for Battlefield 2042. This mode, which will be included with the purchase of the base game, sounds familiar. Like, it sounds really familiar.

    The mode will have you inserting into a point on one of the base Battlefield 2042 maps as a squad of four. Once on the ground, you must locate and retrieve Data Drives that are scattered around the map. All the while you will be fighting...
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  • FIFA Wants to Charge EA $1 Billion Every Four Years for License

    FIFA Wants to Charge EA $1 Billion Every Four Years for License

    This might give us a reason why EA is considering changing the name.

    Recently, EA revealed that they have been considering ditching the "FIFA" name from its annual soccer video game franchise. There were some definite questions raised as to why EA would even consider doing such a thing since FIFA is a hugely recognizable name.

    Today, some light has been shed that could provide a good reason why EA was considering this move. According to a new report from the...
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  • Final Fantasy 14 Surpasses Another Player Milestone

    Final Fantasy 14 Surpasses Another Player Milestone

    Square Enix shared some big player numbers this week.

    Square Enix's massive MMO, Final Fantasy 14, just continues to grow and grow. During a recent hands-on preview event for Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker, the game's director Naoki Yoshida revealed some fresh player numbers to the public.

    Yoshida says that Final Fantasy 14 recently surpassed 24 million players. Not only that, but the game is now the most profitable Final Fantasy game ever released. These announcements come...
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  • Ghost Recon Frontline Delayed One Week After Being Announced

    Ghost Recon Frontline Delayed One Week After Being Announced

    Today's scheduled closed test has been delayed.

    Just last week, Ubisoft announced a new battle royale game set in the Tom Clancy omniverse. They call it Ghost Recon Frontline and it's expected to be released at some unspecified time in the future. The title has been in development now for three years from Ubisoft Bucharest.

    Today's delay focuses on the closed beta test that was expected to go live today. The delay was announced on Twitter. A specific reason for the delay...
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  • Sony Giving Away Three PlayStation VR Games in November

    Sony Giving Away Three PlayStation VR Games in November

    Free games are being offered as part of a five year anniversary celebration.

    Sony is giving away three PlayStation VR titles to all PlayStation Plus subscribers in November 2021. This is being done as part of the headset's fifth birthday celebration. Included in today's announcement is word about what the most-played PlayStation VR titles of all time have been.

    I guess that stipulation about needing a PlayStation Plus subscription to get these games is a bit of a misnomer....
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  • Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    Call of Duty's New Anti-Cheat, Ricochet, to Use Kernel-Level Driver

    This is about as invasive an anti-cheat as you can get.

    On October 12, the Call of Duty devs issued a vague, ominous, and really cringey warning to cheaters. As it stands, the new anti-cheat for Call of Duty: Warzone wasn't slated to be released until Call of Duty: Vanguard released later this year. So, what then were they teasing to be revealed today?

    Well, it was the reveal announcement for their new anti-cheat. They call it Ricochet, which is not to be confused with...
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  • Fallout 3 Updated to Remove Games for Windows Live

    Fallout 3 Updated to Remove Games for Windows Live

    What year is it?!

    In a bit of "WTF" news for you today, it looks like Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition was just updated. Yep, it was updated on October 12, 2021, which is today.

    What was updated about it? Well, it's quite simple: Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition no longer installs Games for Windows Live dependencies. Yay.

    The full changelog can be found below. This update brings the game up to version on Steam....
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  • Google Countersuing Epic Games

    Google Countersuing Epic Games

    Fight fight fight.

    Google is now fighting back against Epic Games as part of the ongoing antitrust litigation between the two companies. A new countersuit was filed by Google against Epic Games and focuses on something called Project Liberty. Project Liberty is the name given to the 2020 plan from Epic that had them adding an alternate payment method to the Android and iOS versions of Fortnite.

    This meant that users could bypass paying Apple or Google for purchases made...
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  • All Chat Disabled in League of Legends

    All Chat Disabled in League of Legends

    You're just too toxic to handle talking with others.

    Riot Games has made the decision to disable /all chat in all matchmade games of League of Legends. This is being done as part of the studio's effort to reduce toxic behavior in their MOBA-style game. Though all chat has been disabled, players will still be able to talk to their own team. There are also emotes that players can use to express themselves should the need arise.

    The only time players will be able to communicate...
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  • Call of Duty Cheaters Issued Ominous Threat from Activision

    Call of Duty Cheaters Issued Ominous Threat from Activision

    I guess Activision is... rising up?

    Look cheaters, you best not mess with Call of Duty devs because they're one step away from leveling up and you look like just enough XP. If that made you cringe, you're in the right place to see even more cringe.

    The Call of Duty twitter account issued a weird, kind of ominous, kind of cringe-filled threat to cheaters today. In their all caps message, the account said that "CHEATERS AREN'T WELCOME" and that "SOON YOU'LL...
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  • Activision Blizzard Lawsuits Hit a Major Snag

    Activision Blizzard Lawsuits Hit a Major Snag

    There may be a conflict of interests that are muddying the waters.

    Stick with me on this, because this is probably going to be a little confusing. At the end of September 2021, Activision Blizzard settled a lawsuit brought on by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for the lowly amount of $18 million (USD). This lawsuit would be used to "compensate and make amends" for employees impacted by the rampant sexual discrimination and harassment that has been...
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  • G4 Officially Returns in November

    G4 Officially Returns in November

    Xplay, Attack of the Show!, and more are returning.

    G4 will make its official return on November 16, 2021. On that date, G4 will return to the channel lineups of Verizon Fios, Cox, and Xfinity TV. It will also be streamed oh Philo and will "collaborate with Twitch on a multi-year promotional and commercial partnership through G4's official Twitch channel." There will be some channel-specific content featured on G4's social media platforms along with YouTube.

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  • Destiny 2 Halloween Event Brings Back the Dinosaurs

    Destiny 2 Halloween Event Brings Back the Dinosaurs

    Everybody walk the dinosaur.

    We're rapidly approaching the spookiest of all holidays which means more and more games are rolling out their special Halloween themed events. Today, Bungie kicked off their Festival of the Lost event for Destiny 2 that brings forth creepy encounters on Nessus and the Moon, the "Jurassic Green" pulse rifle, and some special dinosaur themed gear for your Guardians to wear.

    The new Haunted Sectors take place on the Moon. They are full...
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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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