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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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  • Valve Adds Ability to Invite Anyone to Remote Play Together

    Valve Adds Ability to Invite Anyone to Remote Play Together

    Heck, they don't even need to have a Steam account.

    Valve just rolled out a big update for Steam today. This update, among other changes, introduces the ability for players to invite literally anybody to Remote Play Together. The invited person does not even need to have a Steam account!

    This new update will allow those with a Steam account to grab an invite link and send it to anybody that they want. The person that accepts the invite will then be able to play with you...
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  • Resident Evil Village PC Requirements

    Resident Evil Village PC Requirements

    The 1050 Ti is still hanging in there.

    With Resident Evil Village coming out in May, it's probably a good time to get a look at the PC system requirements for the game. Capcom has released those system requirements over on the Steam page for Village. Those of you with 1050 Ti cards should be happy to hear that your investment is still paying off.

    However, it's also important to note here that the system requirements are a fair bit higher than those found for Resident Evil...
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  • Bunk Beds are Coming to The Sims 4

    Bunk Beds are Coming to The Sims 4

    Bunk beds are finally returning to the Sims franchise.

    After first making an appearance in The Sims 3: Generations Expansion Pack, bunk beds were mysteriously missing from The Sims 4. Fans have been begging for their return to the franchise since the game's release back in 2014. Thankfully, Maxis heard these fans loud and clear, albeit 7 years later, and will finally offer up bunk beds.

    They will be included as part of a free update releasing tomorrow (March 23rd) for...
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  • Team17 to Publish Ready or Not

    Team17 to Publish Ready or Not

    Ready or not, a new tactical FPS is on the way.

    Team17 has joined forces with developer Void Interactive to publish their upcoming tactical FPS game, Ready or Not. This partnership will allow the game to launch under Team17's independent games label.

    Ready or Not places you in the shoes of elite operatives that attempt to diffuse hostile situations. It's currently headed to Steam Early Access "soon." Players will breach, clear, and engage in stealth tactics that...
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  • Lidia Sobieska Coming to Tekken 7 on March 23

    Lidia Sobieska Coming to Tekken 7 on March 23

    She's the Prime Minister of Poland don'tcha know.

    On March 23, the roster for Tekken 7 will grow by one when Lidia Sobieska, the fictional Prime Minister of Poland, joins the fight.

    Sobieska was "born into a prominent political family" and was destined to be a politician from an early age.

    Tekken 7 is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. More about Sobieska can be read below in the bio provided to us by Bandai Namco....
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  • Fallout 76 - 2021 Roadmap of Content

    Fallout 76 - 2021 Roadmap of Content

    Fallout 76 has never been more popular.

    Things have really turned around for Fallout 76. Bethesda is still cranking out fresh content for the game and players are still regularly engaging with said content. Today, the studio revealed their content plans for the rest of 2021, including updates for Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter of this year.

    For instance, the Spring update for Fallout 76 is set to deliver a lot of new improvements to the game. These include S.P.E.C.I.A.L....
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  • New Resident Evil Village Details Coming in April

    New Resident Evil Village Details Coming in April

    The next Resident Evil Showcase event has been scheduled.

    Happy birthday to Resident Evil! The franchise turns 25 today and with this celebration comes word that a new Resident Evil Showcase is coming at you fairly soon. Capcom announced today that the next Resident Evil Showcase will take place in April. Beyond that general month, we don't know the exact date that the Showcase will take place yet.

    At the very least, it will happen prior to the release of Resident Evil...
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  • What You Need to Start Playing Roblox

    What You Need to Start Playing Roblox

    Have you played Roblox? It’s a trick question, really - Roblox is perhaps not best described as a “game” in the conventional sense. It’s not even a creativity sandbox masquerading as a game, like Minecraft or Terraria. Rather, Roblox is a suite of tools that allows budding developers and game enthusiasts to create their own projects. It’s something gamers have taken to in spades; Roblox is immensely popular, and some of the games available via its friendly storefront are arguably better...
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  • Pre-orders Open for Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

    Pre-orders Open for Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

    Some pre-orders will get early access to the game.

    Pre-orders are now live for Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster. This game is coming on May 25 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. However, if you pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition you will get access to the game four days earlier on May 21.

    This HD remaster includes remastered 3D models and backgrounds, additional difficulty settings, the ability to save your progress whenever you need...
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  • Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Digital Deluxe Edition Announced

    Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Digital Deluxe Edition Announced

    For those that like art and music.

    There is a digital deluxe edition of Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection coming from Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja. Not only will this digital deluxe edition include three games, but it will also include a digital art book and soundtrack. The games included are Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge.

    These titles will be released digitally on June 10, 2021 for the Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via...
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  • New 'Spectre' Update Hits Espire 1: VR Operative

    New 'Spectre' Update Hits Espire 1: VR Operative

    You ever try going stealth with a shotgun?

    A new update for Espire 1: VR Operative was just released today by Digital Lode and Tripwire Interactive. This update, available now through the Oculus Store, delivers players a new sawn-off shotgun for all their stealth needs. This "Spectre" update allows players to expand their non-stealth approach and allows them to go loud and proud into a fight instead of having to sneak their way through everything.

    For those who...
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  • Maneater Swims on to the Switch in May

    Maneater Swims on to the Switch in May

    Watch out, boy, she'll chew you up.

    Today, Tripwire Interactive and Deep Silver announced that they are bringing Maneater, an action-RPG, to the Nintendo Switch on May 25. This will allow you to swim, eat, and survive at home or on the go thanks to this upcoming Switch release.

    Maneater is already available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and the PC via the Epic Games Store (affiliate link).

    Maneater is a single player game...
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  • Next-gen PlayStation VR Controllers Revealed

    Next-gen PlayStation VR Controllers Revealed

    Features things like adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, and more.

    Sony's new next-gen PlayStation VR (or PlayStation VR 2) controllers are getting some great features that have been a staple of PC VR controllers for some time now. The next-gen controllers will include features like adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, finger-touch detection, better tracking, and more.

    Sony also made note of the controllers' new "orb" shape that allows players to hold the controller...
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  • Star Citizen Devs Get Outside Help for Multiplayer Modes

    Star Citizen Devs Get Outside Help for Multiplayer Modes

    Yes, this game is still in development.

    Today, Cloud Imperium Games announced that they are partnering with Firesprite for the upcoming multiplayer mode in Star Citizen. The mode, called Theaters of War (working title), is a PvP experience that was first unveiled back during CitizenCon 2019. This mode features large-scale, team-based battles between attackers and defenders. The battles will take place on the surface of planets, in the upper atmosphere, and then feature a final assault...
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  • BioShock Mod for Half-Life: Alyx is Now a Complete Campaign

    BioShock Mod for Half-Life: Alyx is Now a Complete Campaign

    Darling it's better, down where it's wetter.

    In October 2020 we told you about a short mod for Half-Life: Alyx that took us to Rapture, the undersea city of BioShock fame. At the time, the mod was fairly short, clocking in at about 25 minutes worth of gameplay.

    Today, that mod has seen some massive expansion and is now considered a full campaign. Return to Rapture combines the Half-Life: Alyx VR engine with assets and more from BioShock. This is an eight-episode release...
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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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