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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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  • Crossplay and Cross-Progression Coming to Rainbow Six Siege

    Crossplay and Cross-Progression Coming to Rainbow Six Siege

    Console players and PC players will be kept separate.

    On December 6, Ubisoft will release an update for Rainbow Six Siege that will, among other things, offer players a chance to indulge in both crossplay and cross-progression features. These features will arrive as part of the upcoming seasonal update called Operation Solar Raid. This update will feature other new content such as a new map, playable character, and more.

    The reveal came first from Eurogamer, who says that...
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  • EA's College Football Game Pushed to Summer 2024

    EA's College Football Game Pushed to Summer 2024

    EA Sports College Football is still a long way away.

    EA says that their anticipated release of EA Sports College Football will not be released until Summer 2024 at the earliest. This is the same College Football title that was announced in early 2021.

    The lengthy development time is, according to EA VP and general manager Daryl Holt, due to the team building the game from scratch. Holt made this remarks to ESPN in a new interview. Holt says that the Summer 2024 target...
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  • Steam's Big Autumn Sale is Now Live

    Steam's Big Autumn Sale is Now Live

    I'm seeing games at 50%, 75%, and even 90% off during this sale.

    How would you like to pick up the classic version of XIII for about the cost of a big fountain drink? You can do that right now, because XIII is only $1.49 (USD) during the Steam Autumn Sale.

    From right now (November 22nd) through to November 29 at 10AM (PT), you can enjoy the fact that while your stomach may get bigger from eating big Thanksgiving meals, your wallets will get far slimmer. The Steam Autumn...
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  • Ohio will have Several Options for Sportsbook Apps by the end of the Year

    The countdown to the Ohio sports betting debut has begun, with bettors able to access Ohio sports betting apps and retail gambling on January 1, 2023. With up to 25 sports betting licenses available, Ohio will soon be one of the country's largest wagering marketplaces, with a potential of 50 online sports betting companies.

    A large number of applications Ohio betting apps launching that are ready for launching will present a great opportunity for new sports bettors. Downloading the...
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  • Call of Duty Players Discover a Lot of Really Broken Movement Tech

    Call of Duty Players Discover a Lot of Really Broken Movement Tech

    Players are running around like the Fast Zombies from Half-Life 2.

    Every new Call of Duty release brings with it new experiences, new content, and new exploits to discover. The most recently released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 are certainly no exceptions. With a player base that could easily be several million large, due to strong sales and the freely offered Warzone 2.0, it almost seems inevitable that some fresh exploits would be discovered.
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  • Microsoft Offers Sony a 10 Year Deal to Keep Call of Duty on PlayStation

    Microsoft Offers Sony a 10 Year Deal to Keep Call of Duty on PlayStation

    The reveal comes as the Microsoft-Activision deal faces harsh scrutiny.

    The $69 billion (USD) deal that would see Microsoft acquire Activision Blizzard is still very much the focus of intense scrutiny from several of the world's regulation authorities. Apparently, one of the big issues that this regulators have is with the idea that Microsoft will pull several long-running multi-platform titles from those non-Microsoft platforms. Obviously, the Call of Duty franchise is one of the...
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  • Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive Reboots Seemingly Confirmed

    Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive Reboots Seemingly Confirmed

    Reboots are coming, so long as these translations are accurate.

    Team Ninja president Fumihiko Yasuda spoke recently at a panel held at the G-Star conference in Busan, South Korea. According to remarks made during the panel, Yasuda seemingly announced that there are reboots coming for both Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive. No additional details were shared, except that Yasuda wants to get fans some more news "as soon as possible."

    The statements, as relayed by V...
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  • Ubisoft Confirms Return to Steam with Assassin's Creed Valhalla

    Ubisoft Confirms Return to Steam with Assassin's Creed Valhalla

    Ubisoft to return to Steam's "unrealistic" distribution model.

    Ubisoft is returning to Steam after they took their ball and went home about two years ago. In 2019, Ubisoft decided to stop releasing their games through Steam, instead opting to sell their PC releases exclusively through Ubisoft Connect (formerly Uplay) and the Epic Games Store. In the same year, Ubisoft vice president for partnerships and revenues, Chris Early, said that Steam's distribution model was "unrealistic."...
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  • Battlefield 2042 Season 3 Launch Update Changelog

    Battlefield 2042 Season 3 Launch Update Changelog

    Things are about to escalate in Season 3 of Battlefield 2042.
    Battlefield 2042's third season, Escalation, launches tomorrow (November 22) and with it will come Update 3.0.0 for the online multiplayer shooter. This new season will obviously bring new content such as a new Specialist, map, weapons, gadget, vault weapons, and Battle Pass. We already talked about a lot of that (see the previous link).

    A few additional Season 3 details were shared today. That includes the fact that...
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  • Rockstar is OK with Roleplay Servers but Says No to NFTs

    Rockstar is OK with Roleplay Servers but Says No to NFTs

    Rockstar gives a non-legally binding blessing to GTA roleplay servers, but takes a hard stance against NFTs.

    At the trail end of last week, Rockstar Games issued a clarifying statement on what they feel is and is not permitted on GTA Online roleplay (RP) servers.

    As part of their remarks, Rockstar seems to have given their blessing for those popular third-party roleplay servers to keep existing within GTA Online. It is in these servers where people "roleplay"...
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  • Sonic the Hedgehog Creator Arrested for Insider Trading

    Sonic the Hedgehog Creator Arrested for Insider Trading

    Yuji Naka is one of several Square Enix employees arrested on suspicions of insider trading.

    Co-creator of Sonic the Hedgehog and the director of Balan Wonderworld, Yuji Naka, has been arrested on suspicion of insider trading. The news first seem to surface from Fuji News Network and later reported in English via sites like The Verge.

    Former Square Enix employee Taisuke Sazaki found out that the Dragon Quest Tact mobile game was being created by developers at Square Enix...
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  • Annual Star Citizen Free Play Returns

    Annual Star Citizen Free Play Returns

    You can play Star Citizen for free plus test-fly over 120 ships.

    The annual Intergalactic Aerospace Expo for Star Citizen is now live from Cloud Imperium Games. This event makes the game free-to-play until November 30th while also providing access to 120 different ships in the game. For those that already own the game, this event gives all players access to those 120 ships to try out, just in case you feel like spending hundreds or even thousands of additional dollars.

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  • Dead Island 2 Delayed for What Feels Like the 50th Time

    Dead Island 2 Delayed for What Feels Like the 50th Time

    A tale as old as time.

    After suffering from delay after delay after delay for the better part of a decade, Dead Island 2 has been delayed once again. The co-op zombie smashing bonanza has now been delayed from its planned February 3, 2023 release date to an April 28, 2023 release date.

    The game's current developer, Dambuster Studios, made the announcement in a way that should be all too familiar to us: They posted an image of text on the dying website that is Twitter dot...
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  • Espire 2 Launches Today on Meta Quest 2 and Pro VR Devices

    Espire 2 Launches Today on Meta Quest 2 and Pro VR Devices

    Now with co-op.

    Digital Lode Immersive Media just launched Espire 2 today with the help of publisher Tripwire Presents. This is the sequel to Espire 1: VR Operative, a game that placed you into the stealth shoes of an Espire Agent. In Espire 2, players control POE as they take control of remote-operated espionage frames, sneaking about, hacking, and shooting their way through a full single player campaign or the newly added multiplayer co-op campaign.

    This VR release is...
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  • Risen is Coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch

    Risen is Coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch

    The classic (and difficult) RPG is coming to several modern platforms.

    THQ Nordic says that the classic RPG Risen is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on January 24, 2023. This action-RPG dates back to 2009 when it was first released on PC and the Xbox 360 and is a damn fine RPG that doesn't shy away from being brutally difficult at times. The Risen titles are essentially the spiritual successor to the equally difficult Gothic franchise.

    Weirdly, THQ...
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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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