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Sony Delays PlayStation 5 Event Due to Protests

PlayStation 5 games will have to wait a big longer.

Sony has just announced that they are postponing the PlayStation 5 event that was scheduled for June 4. The event has been postponed for obvious reasons. Those reasons, for those unaware, are the numerous ever ongoing protests against racism and cops that believe they have a license to kill.

These protests started following the murder of George Floyd by four police officers in Minnesota. However, that event was merely...

The David Cage Trilogy Coming to Steam on June 18

A full script may or may not be included.

On June 18, Quantic Dream says that they will release not one, not even two, but three titles on Steam. These three titles were out first on PlayStation hardware, with a PC release hitting last Summer on the Epic Games Store. It seems as though a year has passed, as these things tend to do, and as such it's time for Steam to have its moment to shine.

On June 18, we will see Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls, and Heavy R...

Unreal Engine 5 Announced for Next-gen Platforms

Don't expect any games any time soon though.

"Nanite" and "Lumen" are going to be the new buzzwords for the next few years. Those two terms were the highlight of today's reveal for the Unreal Engine 5. The engine, still very early in development at Epic, won't be released to the public until late 2021. An early preview will be made available to some in early 2021. This engine is being built to support current-generation consoles, next-generation consoles, PC, Mac,...

Mafia 1 Getting a Full Remake for Newly Announced Mafia: Trilogy

Make sure your floor is clean because your jaw is about to hit it.

Three games. Three eras. That's the idea behind the newly announced Mafia: Trilogy. Though only presented with a short teaser and some screenshots, we do know a few key ideas behind the Mafia: Trilogy.

First off, it looks as though the first Mafia title will be called Mafia: Definitive Edition and will be a full remake. We're talking about some gorgeous looking visuals and modern conveniences on a game...

Steam Summer Sale 2020 Dates Leaked

Get those wallets ready.

A time honored consumer tradition is waiting until the right moment to spend a lot of money on items they wanted but did not want to pay full price for. An equally time honored tradition, at least among PC gamers is having the dates of the Steam Summer Sale leaked well ahead of time.

In fact, those dates are usually leaked right around this time of the year. In fact, 2019's dates were leaked almost exactly a year ago, with a difference of just...
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  • The Dota 2 International 2018 Battle Pass is Here

    The Dota 2 International 2018 Battle Pass is Here

    Valve just announced that The International Battle Pass 2018 has arrived for Dota 2. As always, 25% of each Battle Pass purchase goes towards the prize pool for The International. Some of the new content in 2018 includes the addition of a multi-team "dungeon clash" called The Underhollow. There is also the Cavern Crawl, Sprays, Team Challenge, Custom Lane Creeps, Mutation Mode, Role-Based Matchmaking Queue, and much more. There are also some returning favorites from previous years. And ...
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  • Valve Puts Out Last Call for Portal 2 Nendoroids

    Valve Puts Out Last Call for Portal 2 Nendoroids

    Whenever I get a press release sent to my inbox from Valve, there's always a bit of shock and excitement that accompanies the notification. Is it a new game? Is is the Panorama update for CSGO? No, sadly, this email today was none of that. It was instead a notification that the limited-time offer for Portal 2 Nendoroids is coming to a close in a few days.

    This includes the P-Body Nendoroid and the Atlas Nendoroid. You can get each of them for 5,800 Japanese Yen or about $53...
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  • Campo Santo Acquired by Valve

    Campo Santo Acquired by Valve

    This weekend, we learned that Firewatch development studio, Campo Santo was acquired by Valve, the former game development studio and the creators of Steam. All 12 members of Campo Santo will make the move and will continue their work on In the Valley of Gods.
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  • Pro Counter-Strike Player Suspended After Making Racist Comment

    Pro Counter-Strike Player Suspended After Making Racist Comment

    A "professional" Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player has been suspended from the Faceit Pro League for one month after he called another player a "fucking monkey." Those were the words uttered by Nils "k1to" Gruhne of Alternate Attax towards Joao "felps" Vasconcellos during a European FPL game. Gruhne later issued a remark via Twitter saying that "we have (all) made mistakes and learned." Faceit still decided to take action against Gruhne. Milos "Mikey" Nedeljkovic issued ...
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  • Steam Spy Ending Due to Steam Privacy Changes

    Steam Spy Ending Due to Steam Privacy Changes

    Yesterday, the official Steam Blog announced some very important privacy policy changes for Steam and, more specifically, privacy changes for user profiles.
    Profile Privacy Settings Page, giving you more control over the privacy of your Steam account. With more detailed descriptions of what profile information is included in each category, you will be able to manage how you are viewed by your friends, or the wider Steam Community. You can now sel
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  • Massive Ban Wave Hits Dota 2

    Massive Ban Wave Hits Dota 2

    Valve brought down the hammer of GabeN today on a number of Dota 2 players. In a short statement released via the official Dota 2 Twitter account, Valve made it clear that they're not about to put up with a bunch of crap from those abusing cheats....
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  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Caster Sadokist in Hot Water for Using Racial Slurs, Telling Viewers to Kill Themselves

    The somewhat well-known Counter-Strike: Global Offensive caster, Sadokist, is finding himself in some hot water today after he let out at least one obvious racial slur and told his viewers to kill themselves.

    In the Streamable videos below, a couple of Sadokist's remarks are viewable. Be warned that the first video features a racial slur while the second link has him telling a viewer to kill themselves.

    Sadokist going with the hard "r" slur.
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  • Valve Discusses Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Negev Changes

    Valve Discusses Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Negev Changes

    In a blog posting that went up last night, Valve started to detail some of the changes and thoughts they have in mind for the Negev in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Some of these changes are already being tested as part of a beta update for CS:GO but they say that the changes, barring any issues, will go live soon. Their main focus right now is making the Negev a weapon that can provide adequate suppression in the heat of a battle.
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  • A Big Steam Client Update was Just Released

    A Big Steam Client Update was Just Released

    Valve pushed out a rather beefy update to the Steam client. No, there aren't really any visual or layout changes in this update, but it does have a lot of improvements for the client for those across all platforms that Steam is available on.

    Changes for Steam client for March 21, 2018
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  • Valve Announces Subscription Service Dota Plus "An Evolution of the Majors Battle Pass"

    Earlier today, Valve announced Dota Plus, a new monthly subscription service for Dota 2 that is "designed to help you get the most out of every match you play." They're also calling it an "evolution of the Battle Pass" that Valve tends to put out for events like The International or the Majors. The difference now is that the Pro Circuit meant that the Majors Battle Passes are being replaced with this Dota Plus service. It won't rely on a specific start and end date and it's something t...
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  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Update for February 28, 2018

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Update for February 28, 2018

    A new update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was released tonight (February 28, 2018 technically). This update makes tracers more reliable in first-person view. In addition, viewmodels now react to weapon recoil and aimpunch.

    The full list of changes from today's update can be found below. The download size is 50.9MB.
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