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Drake Gets $8000 Gaming PC Just To Gamble In A Browser


While you’d all be aware that celebrities, despite their wealth, are given expensive shit for free all the time, today we’re going to take a look at one gift in particular. Partly because it’s a gaming PC, but also because we kinda have the receipt for it as well.Read more

New Assassin's Creed Situation On Steam Is A Digital Nightmare


When games started making the switch from physical to digital, everyone knew there were trade-offs. Digital downloads were quicker and more convenient, but also meant you didn’t entirely own the game you bought. You were just licensing it, making you subject to the whims and future solvency of...

Valve's Fake Games Look Great, Actually


This year’s Steam Summer Sale is over, so say goodbye to all the deals. But say hello to some rad-looking art! With the sale over, an artist at Valve is now free to share all the fake video game key art and covers that she helped create that were hidden inside Steam’s large digital catalog as part...

Steam Deck’s Web Browser Desperately Needs An Update


As has been reported by Gaming on Linux, and chatted about on Reddit, the Steam Deck has got a bit of a security problem concerning its pretty badly outdated version of Firefox. Valve has reportedly promised a fix, but it won’t come until the next SteamOS update. That’s less than ideal. Read more

Red Dead Online Won't Get Big Updates As Rockstar Shifts To GTA 6


Rockstar Games has confirmed what many already suspected: There will be no major content updates for Red Dead Online moving forward. Instead, the company is shifting resources to focus on the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series. It also confirmed more updates and quality of life...

Impressive Matrix Tech Demo Getting Delisted From PS5, Xbox Stores


The Matrix Awakens is going to sleep. Epic’s visually impressive tech demo (that’s also kind of a mini open-world action game) for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S will be delisted on July 9, the company announced via its website. If you’ve already added the game, which is free, to your game...

EA’s Bad Tweet Last Week Has Led To Roundtable Meetings With Angry Staff


Remember last week? It happened about 34 years ago, so if you don’t, I understand. But last Thursday, the official EA Twitter account tweeted a bad joke about single-player games that led to an internet-wide roasting and eventually an apology from the Battlefield publisher. And apparently, EA...

Xbox 360 Games Will No Longer Be A Part Of Games With Gold In October


Microsoft announced this week that, starting in October, it will stop providing monthly free Xbox 360 games as part of its Games With Gold program. Emails announcing the news have started going out to Xbox Live subscribers, and Microsoft promises it will continue to give out free Xbox One games...

Ubisoft Is Axing 15 More Games’ Multiplayer This Fall


Ubisoft recently announced that it would be ending support for the multiplayer aspect of several of its older titles, including Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and Far Cry 3. The publisher stated the move will help it focus its resources on more recent games. As of the time of publication, 15 games...

Game Pass Is Now Officially A Revolving Door For Big Games


If you didn’t beat them the first time around (fair, they’re huge), you now have a second chance. Three of the best Yakuza entries are coming back to Microsoft’s games-on-demand service, alongside a handful of more family-friendly games. Here’s everything coming to Xbox Game Pass over the coming...

A Tiny Glimpse Of Hope For PS3 Emulation On PS5


A new job ad, reported by PlayStation Lifestyle after being spotted on ResetEra, strongly suggests that Sony might be trying to hire an engineer to get its PS3 emulation sorted. There’s also rumor of getting old PS3 peripherals working on the new machine. Which would all be such a relief.Read more

Every Single English-Language SNES Manual Is Now Available Online


Back in October 2020 I did a feature on a project that was trying to find every Super Nintendo manual in existence, scan them and upload them onto the internet. I’m happy to report that, as of July 2022, the project has now completed a significant—and for many of you reading this it’s...

PlayStation Studio Refreshingly Honest About What It Isn't Working On


Video game companies are notoriously cagey about sharing their plans. In a market saturated with sequels and spin-offs, developers nevertheless treat every new project with extreme secrecy. They’ll rarely even be up-front about what they aren’t working on, but today the PlayStation studio behind...

Fire Emblem Heroes Becomes Nintendo’s First Billion-Dollar Mobile Game


I’ll admit that, until yesterday, I had no idea Fire Emblem Heroes was still active and updated. But a lot of people are still playing the game and apparently spending money on it, too. New data shows that Fire Emblem Heroes has just reached $1 billion in revenue, becoming the first Nintendo mobile...

Cyberpunk 2077 QA CEO Claps Back, Says People Don’t Understand Testing


Cyberpunk 2077 will always be a cautionary tale of how not to make and release a game. It was notoriously marred by technical bugs and developmental woes and now, according to a new report from YouTuber Upper Echelon Gamers, a QA firm allegedly misled CD Projekt Red during the game’s development....

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