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Discord Distances Itself from Gaming

Discord is now your place to talk.

Discord was built upon the idea of bringing gamers of all types together. It's certainly a big factor that prompted my friends and I to make the move to Discord from TeamSpeak and Ventrilo however long ago it's been now. We were a group of friends that played a lot of games together. We didn't like the quality of the service we were paying monthly for from the alternatives and decided to give Discord a try. We never looked back.

That...
 

Cyberpunk 2077 New Trailer Revealed - 'The Gig'

A new trailer showcasing new footage, characters, and story.

Today, CD Projekt Red lifted the lid on a whole lot of new media and impressions for Cyberpunk 2077. A number of outlets have shared their first-hand experiences with a vertical slice of the game based on being able to play it for the past week or two now. Lucky SOBs, I'll tell you what. This all came together today in the release of those impressions to the web alongside a brand new official trailer from CD Projekt Red themselves....
 

Mixer is Shutting Down

Microsoft is pulling the plug on their streaming platform.

On July 22, Microsoft will officially close down their streaming service, Mixer, for good. The plan is to instead move all of its existing partners over to Facebook Gaming. This rather sudden announcement means that Mixer partners and streamers will be moving to Facebook Gaming beginning today.

According to The Verge, Microsoft "has struggled to reach the scale needed to Mixer to compete with Twitch, YouTube,...
 

Review: Disintegration

A terribly underwhelming take on the sci-fi FPS genre.

Disintegration, the debut title from V1 Interactive, places players in the shoes of Romer Shoal. Shoal was a former celebrity robot turned outlaw that leads a group of other current outlaws to take down the evil Rayonne. This is done through a lot of vehicle focused combat and some great character designs, but a terrible story with some surprisingly shallow gameplay. Though the game aims to become a real genre defining moment for...
 

Review: Maneater

A fun, albeit shallow, gameplay experience.

Maneater is one of those titles that is just the right amount of dumb fun. It pushes the dumb just far enough that you are not overly concerned with its obvious shortcomings. I suppose that any game that places you in the fins of a growing, angry as hell bull shark that can mutate and grow. These mutations provide your shark with gain special abilities is not a game that would ever take itself too seriously.

Maneater is a game...
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  • The Acquisition Wars Continue as Typhoon Studios Joins Stadia

    The Acquisition Wars Continue as Typhoon Studios Joins Stadia

    Another game development studio was acquired by a larger company.

    Stop me if you've heard this one before: A small, independent studio has been picked up by a much larger company today. This small studio was started by just two men. Together, they have multiple years of experience in the field, having helped to deliver a series of high-profile AAA game releases during their time at other studios.

    In looking to branch out, these two individuals built a new studio from the...
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  • Destiny 3 is Not Coming Any Time Soon

    Destiny 3 is Not Coming Any Time Soon

    Bungie seems to be in it for the long haul with Destiny 2.

    With everything currently going on with new Destiny 2 content, it probably stands to reason that Bungie isn't exactly ready yet to talk about anything related to Destiny 3. That is, assuming, there is ever a Destiny 3. So far, it appears as though the independent studio is content with just constantly updating Destiny 2 with new content and seasons, at least for the foreseeable future.

    In an interview with PCGa...
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  • Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

    Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

    Real-time raytracing added to the game in the latest update.

    A new update for Deliver Us the Moon, was released that should make RTX video card owners rather happy. The new update incorporated new real-time ray tracing support for this sci-fi focused adventure. In addition to the lovely ray tracing, the game also includes global illumination lighting. All in all, this should make for a real nice looking game for those with the hardware to push it to the max.

    In addition...
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  • PSA: Holiday Sales are Live on Steam and Epic Games Store

    PSA: Holiday Sales are Live on Steam and Epic Games Store

    You knew this was coming.

    It's that time of year again. The snow is perhaps starting to fall. Santa is making the final checks on his sleigh. Rudolf is getting good and sloshed for his big night. And all around the world Christmas office parties are leading to situations that "nobody should ever speak of again."

    It's also the time of the year where every digital storefront has a big holiday sale. Sales have kicked off today for both Steam and the Epic Games Store....
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  • PUMA is Selling $110 Gaming Water Shoes

    PUMA is Selling $110 Gaming Water Shoes

    This is stupid.

    I think I'm starting to return to the point where I hate everything and I have a pair of "gaming footwear" to thank for that rapid decline. Nike makes gaming jerseys for esports teams? Sure, that's fine. There's nothing inherently wrong with that. Other sporting companies, like Adidas with Ninja, sponsor some professional video game players? I mean, that's still not completely terrible but it's starting down that path.

    And then we have PUMA here...
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  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Opening Cinematic

    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Opening Cinematic

    For those that like watching opening movies ahead of release.

    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will be released on January 17, 2020 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.

    ...
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  • The Game Awards 2019: All the Winning Games

    The Game Awards 2019: All the Winning Games


    Okay, so the Game Awards happened. The half video game-Oscars, half game-announcement-venue was exciting to the say the least. Some of our favourite games won, and some didn’t. And many of our future-favourite games were announced along with many other things. It was a whole affair, and a long one, lasting over three hours.

    But don’t worry you don’t have to sit through it. We’ve gathered all the highlights — all the nominees, winning games — in one place just for...
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  • The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners VR Gameplay Trailer

    The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners VR Gameplay Trailer

    Coming to Steam, Oculus, and PlayStation VR.

    A new game in The Walking Dead franchise is in development. Unlike every other Walking Dead game in existence, this one is a game made specifically for VR. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners will be for both PC VR devices and also PlayStation VR. This is a single player focused game.

    According to the game's description, the challenge and decisions made in the game are up to you. You can approach combat however you want,...
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  • Sony Announces a Back Button Attachment for the DualShock 4

    Sony Announces a Back Button Attachment for the DualShock 4

    Why now?

    Sony just announced that they are going to release a "Back Button Attachment" for the DualShock 4. This add-on device will add some bonus functionality to your controller when it releases on January 23. That is assuming you want to spend $29.99 (USD; $39.99 CAD) for some "elite"-like functionality.

    The Back Button Attachment seems to be a middle ground between a normal DualShock 4 and a full Elite controller type of experience. It is a device...
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  • Borderlands 3 on Stadia is an Old Build Running at Just 30FPS

    Borderlands 3 on Stadia is an Old Build Running at Just 30FPS

    What a mess.

    The Stadia launch just continues to deliver. Deliver what? Well, not a great experience for most users. Today's launch of Borderlands 3 on the platform is certainly no exception.

    Today's release of Borderlands 3 is old. By that, I mean the build of the game on Stadia is from around October 24. It didn't take any sort of digging or examination of details from the game to find this out either. Gearbox voluntarily let their consumers know that this is an old...
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  • Steam's Top Releases of November 2019

    Steam's Top Releases of November 2019

    A look at the biggest new releases on Steam for November.

    Valve has once again put out their list of the top new releases made on Steam. This time we're taking a look at the games that made the biggest splashes on Steam for November 2019.

    Right out of the gate, Valve notes that there seems to be a good mix of games hitting the top spots in November. There are mixes between long-established franchises like Age of Empires and Football Manager with new games like FrenzyR...
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