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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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  • Halo Infinite to Begin Testing Co-op Campaign in July

    Halo Infinite to Begin Testing Co-op Campaign in July

    Select players will finally get to play through Infinite's campaign with their friends.

    343 Industries announced that a beta for campaign co-op will arrive this July for Halo Infinite. Next month, select players will get an opportunity to test things out ahead of a public launch of the co-op feature later this year.

    The official Halo account says that the campaign co-op "flight" (ie: "playtest") will be available first to those enrolled as a Halo I...
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  • Techland Concludes 7 Years of Dying Light Development with New Definitive Edition

    Seven years of support, updates, and content comes to an end.

    June 9 marks the date in which Techland will officially bring to an end new, active development on the original Dying Light. Over the past seven years, the studio has released what can best be described as a ton of updates, improvements, and content for the zombie slaying game.

    On the 9th, a new and very ultimate edition of Dying Light will be made available. It's called Dying Light: Definitive Edition and will...
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  • The Cycle: Frontier Launches Today

    The Cycle: Frontier Launches Today

    PvPvE action in persistent maps.

    The pre-season for YAGER's first-person "extraction shooter" The Cycle: Frontier is now available through Steam and Epic Games Store. This is a free-to-play game that blends PvE combat with PvP in a sci-fi world that features persistent maps and seemingly seamless matchmaking.

    YAGER is calling this release the "pre-season" because the first season begins on June 22. When Season 1 launches on the 22nd it will offer up...
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  • Call of Duty Returns to Steam with Modern Warfare 2

    Call of Duty Returns to Steam with Modern Warfare 2

    The no-longer-annual franchise makes a return to Steam after several years of absence.

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will officially launch on October 28, 2022. This follow-up to the 2019 Modern Warfare reboot will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Those of you playing on PC now have a choice between buying the game through Battle.net or Steam.

    This is some rather big news for Steam fans today because the Call of Duty franchise...
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  • Evil West Release Date Set for September 20

    Evil West Release Date Set for September 20

    Get ready to dive into the Weird Wild West this September.

    Focus Entertainment and developer Flyign Wild Hog just announced the release date for their upcoming dark fantasy, third-person action game called Evil West. We first heard about this one back at The Game Awards in the far-off time of December 2021. This take on the Weird Wild West will be out on September 20, 2022 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

    Pre-orders are available right...
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  • Fortnite Might Add a First-Person Mode

    Fortnite Might Add a First-Person Mode

    This is perhaps not the FPS from Epic you were looking for.

    Epic Games is no stranger to first-person shooters, what with them having made several of them with the Unreal franchise and all. Lately, their real bread and butter has been found in Fortnite, a game that is very much not an FPS.

    That might be changing in the near future. Known Fortnite data miner and leaker, HYPEX, shared that Epic Games is developing a first-person camera mode for their battle royale.
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  • E3 Returns in 2023 as Online and In-Person Event

    E3 Returns in 2023 as Online and In-Person Event

    In addition to an online show, E3 will also feature an in-person event for the first time since 2019.

    A Washington Post interview with ESA president and CEO Stan Pierre-Louis, says that E3 will return in 2023 and will be both online and an in-person event. This will be the first in-person E3 event since 2019 due to COVID-related cancellations and whatnot.

    When word about E3 2022's cancellation came about, it was said that E3 was returning in 2023. At the time, we did not...
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  • Battlefield 2042 Season One Arrives on June 9 with a New Map

    Battlefield 2042 Season One Arrives on June 9 with a New Map

    Yay. Woo.

    EA and DICE revealed official information today about Zero Hour, the name for Season One of Battlefield 2042. The game's first season will launch on June 9 across all available platforms. It features a single new map, a single new Specialist, two new vehicles that are both helicopters, and a couple of new weapons.

    There is also a new Battle Pass. Rather, the first Battle Pass for the game is also coming. This pass will include a bunch of cosmetic items such as...
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  • Battlefield 2042 Update 1.0 Patch Notes

    Battlefield 2042 Update 1.0 Patch Notes

    Yes, 1.0. We're up to version 1.0 after the game has been out now for almost 200 days.

    Battlefield 2042 is truly the gift that keeps on giving. I mean that in the most condescending way possible here. Since Battlefield 2042 officially launched on November 19, 2021 it has received zero content updates while the team at DICE worked to make the game less of a steaming mess of a pile. The first season for the game is, at last, finally upon us and with it comes a rather anemic amount of...
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  • Microsoft Makes Java and Bedrock Editions of Minecraft a Single Purchase

    Microsoft Makes Java and Bedrock Editions of Minecraft a Single Purchase

    You can still play each version separately.

    The tale of the two separate versions of Minecraft on PC is an odd one. A while back, if you had purchased the Java version of Minecraft prior to October 19, 2018, you were able to claim a free copy of the non-Java built Bedrock Edition for free. All you had to do was tie your existing Mojang account to your Microsoft account.

    If you didn't own the game prior to that 2018 cutoff date, you could still get Minecraft, but you apparently...
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  • Dragon Age QA Team Votes to Form Labor Union

    Dragon Age QA Team Votes to Form Labor Union

    Another win for game industry unionization.

    Earlier this morning, QA testers working on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf voted unanimously to form Canada's first video game labor union. The motion was first filed on April 20, 2022. The vote concluded today with a final vote of 16-0 in favor of unionizing.

    These testers are not employed directly through Electronic Arts. They are employed as contractors through Keywords Studios, which has over 40 offices all around the world. These...
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  • Microsoft Announces Second Xbox Showcase for June 14

    Microsoft Announces Second Xbox Showcase for June 14

    Ever have so many things to show off that one major showcase just isn't enough?

    Microsoft put up a new blog post today talking about their upcoming Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, which is still scheduled for June 12 at 10AM (PT). At the same time, the studio also announced that they were going to hold a second showcase two days after the main event.

    On June 14 at 10AM (PT), Microsoft will host the Xbox Games Showcase Extended. The new Xbox Wire post about this show...
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  • Master of Hype Geoff Keighley Says to Not Get Too Hyped for Summer Game Fest

    Master of Hype Geoff Keighley Says to Not Get Too Hyped for Summer Game Fest

    The event will mainly focus on already announced games.

    If you were looking for the Summer Game Fest to come out swinging with announcements like Bloodborne 2 or Bloodborne on PC or even Bloodborne Kart Racer, you may be severely disappointed. The master of hype himself, Geoff Keighley, has come out to say that the Summer Game Fest will be "primarily focused" on games that were already announced.

    And when Keighley is saying to keep those expectations in check,...
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  • Voices Added to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl in New Update

    Voices Added to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl in New Update

    Better late than never?

    One of the biggest cons working against the initial release of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was the fact that the characters were not voiced. It looks like they have realized the error of their ways and have now added in voice lines for the characters.

    The biggest update yet released for the game includes the voice-over lines, new items, and is available for free right now to those on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. Switch owners will get the update soon....
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  • The Most Powerful Strategies for Winning Money with Online Slot Machines

    Slot machines, especially those found in their online incarnation, are perhaps the most popular game in traditional and virtual casinos worldwide. However, although millions of people like playing them, only a tiny percentage of players comprehend how to win at slots.

    If you have been looking for information on how to win at online slots such as the gonzos quest megaways slot, it’s sure that you have found quite a bit of it. However, it is essential to keep in mind that slot machines...
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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:...
    Dead Space (January 27)
    25.00%
    1
    Resident Evil 4 (March 24)
    50.00%
    2
    System Shock (March)
    25.00%
    1
    01-06-2023, 12:50 PM
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