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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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  • Big Changes Coming to the Steam Store

    Big Changes Coming to the Steam Store

    Earlier this evening, it may have slipped out that Valve is planning some big changes for the Steam Store. Right now, it seems as though Steamworks developers are being notified of upcoming changes that could be rolling out over the next few weeks* (*Valve time not taken into account).

    The posting to the group (not viewable by the public), says the following:
    We wanted to let you know about some upcoming improvements we're working on for the Steam Store and what it
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  • Digital Homicide Now Wants to Sue Valve

    Digital Homicide Now Wants to Sue Valve

    Digital Homicide first sues Jim Sterling because he had the nerve to call them out on their asset flip cookie cutter games. Then, they subpoena Valve for the real names of 100 Steam users they wanted to sue because they said mean things about them. Then, Valve removes Digital Homicide's games from Steam for essentially bullying the Steam userbase. Now, Digital Homicide wants to sue Valve. Digital Homicide is the gift that keeps on giving. Here is what Digital Homicide put up on their...
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  • Valve Removes Digital Homicide Games from Steam

    Valve Removes Digital Homicide Games from Steam

    Hey, remember yesterday when we brought that story of the critically acclaimed and award winning developer, Digital Homicide's James Romine campaign to sue 100 Steam users for $18 million? Yeah, remember how they sent a subpoena to Valve requesting the real names and information for those 100 Steam users?

    As expected, that didn't work out too well for Digital Homicide.


    If you would like to look at these entries for yourself, SteamDB...
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  • Over 11,000 Cheaters Banned from Counter-Strike

    Over 11,000 Cheaters Banned from Counter-Strike

    Over the past 24 hours, a massive ban wave has hit Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. According to information first noticed last night by TwitchDenmark on Reddit, the total ban count has climbed to over 11,400 new bans on record. This is now the most bans delivered in one time period for anti-cheat in CS:GO. Staff and admins of some of the detected cheats made statements, like the one you see above, saying that multiple paid "undetectable" cheat providers have been affected by this. Of...
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  • Valve Addresses Major CS:GO Hitbox Issue with Opt-in Beta Patch

    Valve Addresses Major CS:GO Hitbox Issue with Opt-in Beta Patch

    A couple of short days ago, it was discovered that the hitboxes were way off for players that turned just slightly. It was found that if a player moved their view just enough that only their character model's upper torso moved, it would throw the hitboxes off by a significant degree for almost the entire model. This included the oh so important head hitbox, which naturally resulted in people missing headshots they feel like they almost certainly should have hit. The community affectionately...
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  • Valve Getting Sued by British Telecommunications

    Valve Getting Sued by British Telecommunications

    British Telecommunications is the latest company to file a lawsuit against Valve. BT has filed the lawsuit in Delaware, a location that apparently favors patent holders. BT claims that Valve infringes on the Gittins, Newton, Buckley, and Beddus patents.

    Fortunately, this handy legal document breaks down what each of these patents is and how they may related to Valve.
    Gittins (...)relates generally to providing users with content that originates from multiple subsc
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  • ELEAGUE Season 2 Begins October 21

    ELEAGUE Season 2 Begins October 21

    Good news today for ELEAGUE fans. The second season will begin on Friday, October 21 with the Grand Final slated for December 3. Once again TBS will air various matchups throughout the second season.

    The full press release is below, which includes dates for the prelim rounds, group stages, and playoffs.
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  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Dota 2 Announcer Pack Reveal

    Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Dota 2 Announcer Pack Reveal

    There is a Deus Ex: Mankind Divided announcer pack that could potentially be added to Dota 2. I say "could" because the community still needs to vote it in on the Steam Community, but I'd say it's a pretty safe bet that it will be added.

    Yes, the announce pack if of none other than Adam Jensen, voiced by Elias Toufexis and was officially created by Eidos Montreal.


    And if that doesn't tickle your fancy, maybe the Rick and Morty pac...
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  • Dota 2 International Kicked Off Today with $20 Million Main Event

    Dota 2 International Kicked Off Today with $20 Million Main Event

    The Dota 2 International for 2016 is well underway this week. The main event starts today and culminates in the final match on Saturday. Teams are competing for a slice of the record setting prize pool that the community helped to fund to over $20 million.
    With a record-setting, community funded prize purse of over $20 million, the sixth annual International Dota 2 Championships begins today at Seattle's Key Arena. The International's Main Event features 16 of the world's top teams b
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  • Valve Moving Offices Again Next May

    Valve Moving Offices Again Next May

    Come May 2017, Valve will once again move offices into a larger area. It was reported this past week that the development studio will take up residence in the new office tower at Lincoln Square. Of the 1.5 million square feet of expanded space, Valve is set to occupy 225,000 square feet of that area. They will lease floors 11-19 in the building. With this move, Valve will have an additional 100,000 square feet of space to work with. This move will place Valve on the list of the "largest c...
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  • Valve Puts Major Restrictions on Gift Giving VAC Supported Games; Innocent Users Upset

    Valve recently made some changes to restrictions on gifting of VAC supported games, a move that is actually upsetting legitimate players. Here is what a recently updated Steam Support page has to say about these new restrictions.
    Permanent Bans and Gift Restrictions VAC and Game Ban enabled games can either be bought for your own account, or gifted immediately. They can no longer be saved to your inventory for trading purposes. If you directly gift a game to someone who gets perma
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