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    Battlefield 2042 Killed My Favorite Game Mode

    As Battlefield 2042 continues to languish somewhere in the hell between “failed launch” and “whatever comes next”, developers DICE are making minor tweaks to the game in order to keep things running smoothly. Though I can’t say I’m the biggest fan of their latest effort. Read more… Source link More

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    The Halo Show’s First Season Closes With Uncertainty And Promise

    With “Transcendence,” the ninth and final episode of the Halo show’s premiere season, a lot is uncertain. This show has been a giant experiment of taking a “spaghettified” collection of Halo games, books, comics, and other related media and funneling that into an on-screen adaptation firmly rooted in the tradition of… Read more… Source link More

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    The Zelda-Inspired Indie Game That's Causing A Commotion

    A recent entry in IGN’s peculiar indie developer-funding competition, Rogue Jam, has raised eyebrows for its obvious visual similarity with Nintendo’s 2019 Switch remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. In response, many are attempting to whip up some sort of controversy, as if this isn’t how art has worked… Read more… Source link More

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    Turns Out A Short Yakuza Is A Very Good Yakuza

    If the Yakuza (and its spin-off Judgment) games are famous for one thing, it’s that you can smash a dude’s face in with a bike and that it looks very funny. If they’re famous for two things, it’s that they are really long, and that their stories and cutscenes go forever. Read more… Source link More

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    Skyrocketing Retro Game Price 'Manipulation' Controversy Goes To Court

    The market frenzy leading to record-breaking prices for retro games appears to have slowed since last year, but frustration over the collectible grading firm at the center of the spike hasn’t. Earlier this week a number of Wata Games customers filed a class action lawsuit attempting to put an end to some of the… Read […] More

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    Six Months Later, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Still Needs Some Work

    When Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition launched last year, it was a disaster. Three of the most beloved video games of all time had been officially re-released on modern hardware and not only looked like shit, but ran like it too. Things were so bad, in fact, that Rockstar had to offer […] More

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    Final Fantasy XIV Players Sent To In-Game Jail As Devs Mull Mod Controversy

    At least two Final Fantasy XIV players pulled into an in-game jail by moderators while streaming the massively multiplayer online game this week. Many believe this was done to reprimand them for using third-party modifications to optimize HUD details for high-level raiding, a frequent pain point in the relationship… Read more… Source link More

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    Elon Musk’s Dumb Elden Ring Build Proves The Billionaire Is Maidenless

    Elon Musk, who is 50 years old, is just like any other 13-year-old. Between long days spent fanboy-tweeting at Metal Gear Solid video game designer Hideo Kojima, drinking chocolate milk, and determining the definition and reach of “free speech”, Musk plays Elden Ring. Read more… Source link More

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    Let's All Retire To The Happiest Village In Video Games

    Nara is an artist from Korea who, as a fun side project, has imagined a game with the visuals of Link to the Past or an early Pokémon title, but with none of that combat or danger messing up the vibes. Read more… Source link More

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