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What We’ve Heard About A Quantic Dream Star Wars Game


Reports started to circulate last week that Detroit: Become Human developer, Quantic Dream, was working on an unlikely new project: a Star Wars game. While Kotaku can’t currently confirm if this is 100% accurate, we have heard something similar from an independent source with knowledge of...

Madden 22 Thinks My Name Is Profanity


For the first time in years, I’ve been trying to play some serious Madden in 2021, and while I’m surprisingly enjoying myself quite a bit—taking a few seasons off annual sports games like this is good for that—I am very disappointed in one particularly weird hangup the game has with my name.Read...

Workers Accuse Activision Blizzard Of Union Busting


Activision Blizzard employees represented by the ABetterABK worker group filed a lawsuit against the Call of Duty publisher with the National Labor Review Board yesterday accusing it of union busting. It comes in the wake of a bombshell California lawsuit alleging widespread sexual harassment...

Dying Light 2 Delayed To 2022


Dying Light 2: Stay Human, the first-person zombie parkour game slated for a December 7 release, has been delayed, developer Techland announced in a tweet today. It’ll now come out on February 4, 2022, for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, contributing to what’s shaping up to be the most stacked release...

Three Reasons The PS5 Star Wars: KotOR Remake Is Such A Huge Deal


Yesterday’s news of a Knights of the Old Republic remake has my emotions spinning in two opposite directions, like some sort of quantum confusion of nostalgia. An all-time favorite game, one I’ve replayed and explored in ludicrous detail, but now made to look all pretty! Amazing! But...but what...

In Just Two Years, Nintendo Fan Completes Game Boy Collection


Twitter user Shouta is now the proud owner of all 1,244 Game Boy titles. Congrats! Finishing the collection took less time than he thought it would thanks to Twitter’s help. In the US, there were 1,046 games released for the Game Boy, but in Japan, there were 1,244 titles released in retail shops...

Some Of The Best Rocks In Video Games Are Actually Real


I’ve spent years using free rock assets from the Unity Asset Store and the Unreal Engine Marketplace, but never thought too hard about where those assets came from. I just needed rocks in my games. Vox recently published a video about how game developers create photorealistic rocks, and I...

World Of Warcraft Achievements Remove References To Hoes, Giant Sacks


In late July, in response to California’s lawsuit accusing Activision Blizzard of fostering an environment of harassment and discrimination against female employees, Blizzard announced it was taking steps to remove inappropriate content and references from World of Warcraft. Two of those changes...

China's New Gaming Restrictions Have Already Been Circumvented


New regulations aimed at players under 18 went into effect in China starting September 1. These restrictions limit young players to one hour of gaming from Friday to Sunday and include public holidays. Inevitable workarounds have already appeared. Read more

The Week In Games: Kiwi Birds


This week, co-op puzzler Keywe releases on most platforms and asks the eternal question: What happens when you let two kiwi birds (and an octopus) run the entire mail system for a small town? Read more

Square Enix Donates $45,000 To Japanese Red Cross For Torrential Rain Relief


Last month, parts of Japan were hit with devastating torrential rain. Game maker Square Enix has donated 5 million yen ($45,000) as part of an effort to help out. Japan’s rainy season is typically between May and July. This year, the rains were particularly heavy in parts of the country. In...

Bravely Default II Gets PC Port In September


Previously a Nintendo Switch exclusive, Bravely Default II is coming to PC via Steam on September 2, Square Enix announced today. This marks the first time the classic JRPG-inspired series has come to a non-Nintendo, non-smartphone platform.Read more

California Accuses Activision Blizzard Of Shredding Abuse Evidence


The state of California recently expanded its discrimination lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, Axios reports. In addition to suing the massive gaming conglomerate over its culture of harassment and abuse toward female employees, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing is now also looking...

Activision Name Conspicuously Absent From Call Of Duty: Vanguard Marketing


Call of Duty: Vanguard was officially announced yesterday, the first major Activision Blizzard reveal since the corporation came under public scrutiny for its abhorrent treatment of female employees. A minor detail in the reveal video has some speculating that Activision is keen to avoid reminding...

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