You Can Now Get a Head Start on Your 2020 PlayStation 5 Pre-Order

PlayStation 5 launches during the holiday season 2020. Pre-order notification pages starting to appear at online retailers like Best Buy and GAME. Still no info on pricing, design, or release date. Hot off a high definition image of a duo of PlayStation 5 dev kits making its way online last week, the grand march to […]

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Major Twitch Star Reveals Tempting $1.2 Million Offer to Change Sites

Twitch star Trainwreckstv reveals he was offered $1.2 million to leave the site. He was forced to turn the deal down because of his Twitch exclusivity deal. If he had moved, Trainwreckstv would be one of several other popular Twitch streamers to leave. In an episode of his Scuffed podcast, Twitch streamer Trainwreckstv revealed that […]

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Shenmue III Review Roundup – One for the Fans

Shenmue III released today, 20 years after the first entry in the series. Reviews were initially embargoed until two days after release before publisher Deep Silver moved it to today. The consensus is that the game will please long-term fans but leave a lukewarm impression on newcomers. Shenmue III’s review embargo was initially to lift […]

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Whiny Pokemon Fans Aren’t First Gamers Begging Trump to Punish Devs

Gamers have had a negative reputation online for a while. People have been asking Donald Trump to bring down games they don’t like. The trend has culminated in a petition to block the sales of Pokemon Sword and Shield. Gamers have always had a negative reputation. Back in the day, the stereotypes centered on smelling […]

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Pokemon Sword and Shield Critics Need to Put Up or Shut Up

Pokemon Sword and Shield won’t include the National Pokedex. Developer Game Freak is skimping out by including less than half of the available monsters. Fans need to send a message with a boycott or sit back down. Pokemon Sword and Shield are coming out next week, and there’s still controversy surging over the removal of […]

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How Fallout 76 Shows Bethesda’s Utter Contempt for Gamers

The recent announcement of Fallout 76’s new $100-a-year premium subscription service has unsurprisingly been met with a lot of criticism. Despite already being a full-priced game with micro-transactions, Bethesda decided the monetization wasn’t heinous enough yet. So, in case anyone has forgotten, here’s a complete rundown of all the ways in which Fallout 76 shows […]

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Blizzard U-Turns Blitzchung Ban to Return Prize Money After Fierce Backlash

Blizzard is in full damage-control mode this morning as the widespread fallout from the Blitzchung ban continues unabated. In the latest turn of events, the company behind the hugely popular digital collectible card game, Hearthstone, has decided to return Blitzchung’s prize money and unban the Taiwanese casters who hosted the match. In what can only […]

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Massively Discounted EA Games Appear on the Charitable Humble Store

A selection of EA games is now available on the charity-based digital storefront, the Humble Store. It’s the first time the publisher has sold any of its games via the platform since 2015 when the Humble Origin Bundle 2 was released and players could pick up nine games for a charitable contribution of their choosing […]

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