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  • New World Might Still be Killing Graphics Cards

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    New World Might Still be Killing Graphics Cards

    This isn't necessarily an issue with the game, but a manufacturing issue or coincidence.

    In late July 2021, a beta period for Amazon Games' new MMORPG, New World, caused some graphics cards to die. The lack of a framerate cap was initially blamed for killing a small number of RTX 3090 cards, mainly those from EVGA, but that really didn't make much sense. After all, tons of games can run with uncapped framerates and they don't cause PC hardware to die.

    Amazon Games did...
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  • Redditor Sent Fake Death Threats to Himself and Blamed Girlfriend Reviews

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    Redditor Sent Fake Death Threats to Himself and Blamed Girlfriend Reviews

    Gamers once again proving that they are, in fact, the worst.

    There is a popular YouTube channel called Girlfriend Reviews. It's a gaming focused channel that offers up video game reviews for new or recently released titles. Girlfriend Reviews blend together comedy with personal opinions on the games they review, with the boyfriend (Matt) typically offering up the viewpoint of the player and the girlfriend (Shelby) offering up the viewpoint of a spectator.

    Though their...
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  • CD Projekt Red Denies 'Developer' Statement Made on Reddit

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    CD Projekt Red Denies 'Developer' Statement Made on Reddit

    CD Projekt Red makes an exception to deny a growing rumor.

    CD Projekt Red has officially denied all of the claims from a supposed Cyberpunk 2077 developer that have been making the rounds across a number of sights this past week. Among some of the claims, the "developer" said that a major overhaul of the game was in the works and would be ready around June.

    The mystery person goes on to say that significant parts of the code have been rewritten and that a lot...
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  • Google Responds to Angry Stadia Owners - Says It's Up to Publishers to Announce New Games

    A Google rep issued a statement in response to angry Stadia owners.

    Google has officially issued a response to growing ball of anger that are Stadia owners. In case you forgot, we brought you a story earlier this week detailing some of the complaints Stadia early adopters have had about the platform and about Google in general.

    In short, fans have been upset that they had gone 40 days without any new game announcements or even game releases for the streaming platform....
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  • Stadia Owners Angry as Google's Radio Silence Enters 40th Day

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    Stadia Owners Angry as Google's Radio Silence Enters 40th Day

    40 days and 0 games.

    Today marks the 70th day that the Google Stadia was "released" to early adopters and man, what an absolute mess it's been. Even when compared to most other Google launch disasters, the Stadia launch has been exceptionally bad. A post on the r/Stadia by user Gizoogle outlines just how much Google has completely bungled the launch of this new platform.

    The Reddit post in question has already surpassed 8,600 upvotes in the Stadia section and...
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  • Apex Legends Devs Call Some Toxic Players 'Ass-hats' and 'Freeloaders'

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    Apex Legends Devs Call Some Toxic Players 'Ass-hats' and 'Freeloaders'

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    The Apex Legends subreddit has seen better days. Recently, developers Respawn Entertainment had to make some changes to how their Iron Crown Event cosmetic skins were sold after fans complained that it was absurd they were tied to RNG loot boxes. The team at Respawn announced some upcoming changes that will allow those that wanted the skins to buy them directly for $18 (USD).

    The Reddit thread announcing the changes also included an attempt at apologizing to...
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  • Valve to Put an End to Abuse of 'Upcoming Releases' Section on Steam

    Valve to Put an End to Abuse of 'Upcoming Releases' Section on Steam

    Hopefully this puts a stop to studios that game the system to always appear on the first page of upcoming releases.

    If you ever tried to look at the "all upcoming releases" section on Steam, you probably noticed that a lot of games appearing on the first couple of pages didn't actually have set release dates. A lot of them would appear to be vague windows of time that would, for whatever reason, still show up before games that actually had set releases planned in the coming...
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  • Sony Reportedly Offering Full Refunds on Anthem for Some PlayStation 4 Users

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    Sony Reportedly Offering Full Refunds on Anthem for Some PlayStation 4 Users


    Despite Sony having one of the most strict refund policies around, it seems as though they are making some exceptions for Anthem on the PlayStation 4. Crashes and bugs aren't really all that uncommon for games these days. However, Anthem seems to be taking things a step further by completely turning off the PlayStation 4 in some instances.

    This Reddit thread made just a few hours ago is just one of many reports of this particular issue happening to someone. A couple of users...
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  • Crackdown 3 on PC Locked to 30FPS in Co-op

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    Crackdown 3 on PC Locked to 30FPS in Co-op


    If you plan on playing through Crackdown 3 in co-op, it may be worth knowing that the game will be locked to 30FPS. Yes, even on PC.

    To be fair to the Xbox One versions of the game, it's capped at 30FPS as it is, even when playing alone. However, the PC version has the ability to play with much higher framerates, including uncapped if you so desire. That is, unless you're playing co-op on the PC.

    A number of Reddit users have found out that the 30FPS cap comes into...
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  • Unity Changes Terms Once More, Commits to 'Being an Open Platform'

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    Unity Changes Terms Once More, Commits to 'Being an Open Platform'


    Unity has had a real interesting seven days. Last week, SpatialOS from developer Improbable was apparently barred from being used within Unity development. SpatialOS is a robust tool that many Unity developers use to add multiplayer to their games. For a time, Unity's new Terms, which went live in early December but were only clarified to Improbable last week, actually affected games that were already released. This led to some quick back and forths between Improbable and Unity through their...
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  • Bethesda Comments on Fallout 76 Player Feedback - FOV Slider, Ultra-Wide Support, Push-to-Talk and More

    Following up on the Fallout 76 beta, Bethesda took to Reddit to issue a few statements about what is and is not coming as a result of player feedback. Notably, a number of these comments are focused on the PC version of the game including some unfortunate remarks about the potential for an FOV slider, but everyone interested in the game should take a look.
    Ultra-Wide Support:
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  • Bethesda Responds to Fallout 76 Exploit Fears

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    Bethesda Responds to Fallout 76 Exploit Fears

    On Reddit, a thread popped up that talks up a storm over concerns for security and exploits for Fallout 76.

    In the Reddit post, the author provides a number of examples of exploits as they current exist in the still ongoing Fallout 76 beta. These exploits include, but are not limited to, the ability to utilize various Fallout 4 mods, the ability to trick the game into letting you walk through walls, stay at 100% health, or even force other clients to disconnect from the session. T...
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  • Treyarch Details Upcoming Black Ops 4 Update

    Treyarch Details Upcoming Black Ops 4 Update

    Via a Reddit post, Treyarch provided some details on what the team is working on for an upcoming update to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The update is being worked on and is based off of a number of user reports. In addition to the upcoming update in the week upcoming, Treyarch also details an update that came out for the game yesterday.

    First up, a look at the most recent update. Following that is a look at the update coming this week.
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  • Summer Games Done Quick Smashes Previous Fund-Raising Record

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    Summer Games Done Quick Smashes Previous Fund-Raising Record

    This past week, Summer Games Done Quick 2018 (SGDQ) was busy raising money for Doctors Without Borders. Throughout most of the week, the community that is primarily made up of speed runners, managed to pull in a bit over $1 million (USD). It wasn't until the final 24 hours that another $1 million was raised to bring the total to around $2.1 million for Doctors Without Borders. Significant portions of this $2.1 million figure came from revenue earned through Twitch subscriptions ($177,338),...
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  • Valve Pulls School Shooting Simulator from Steam, Calls Developer a 'Troll'

    Valve Pulls School Shooting Simulator from Steam, Calls Developer a 'Troll'

    Valve has called the developer of Active Shooter a "troll with a history of customer abuse." Active Shooter was slated to release on June 6 from developer Revived Games publisher ACID. It was a game that would allow players to experience a mass shooting from either the point of view of the shooter or the point of view of the SWAT team that was tasked with taking them down. As you may have already guessed, some people were rightfully pissed off about this. Thankfully Valve stepped in and ha...
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