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Despite Backlash, Diablo Immortal Is Making A Million Dollars A Day


In its first month of release Blizzard’s controversial new mobile game, Diablo Immortal, has racked up nearly $50 million in reported revenue across 10 million downloads. Even as debates and criticism swirled around the free-to-play RPG, data shows that the game has made at least $1 million a...

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 Game So Good It Could Have Been Hexen III


In the mood for a retro-style FPS, I dug around the new releases on Steam, and poked at a few, not really clicking. Until, that is, I found Hands Of Necromancy, and then played it all weekend. This is a Hexen-like FPS, with enormous, sprawling maps, a whole bunch of weapons, an array of enemy...

10 Unknown Indie Games To Wishlist Right Away


Welcome! It’s that most famous of national holidays, Indie Penance Day! The day on which major gaming websites attempt to make up for their AAA coverage by dedicating space to unknown indies. Any gaming site you see not joining in both hates indie developers, and America. Not us though, so read...

KOTOR 2 Is Officially Fixed For Real Now, Kinda Sorta


Yesterday, the studio behind the Nintendo Switch port of Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords announced that it’s finally fixed a game-breaking bug that had previously rendered the game impossible to finish. Read more

Bethesda Keeps Hiring The Fans Creating Fallout: London


Fallout: London looks great! It honestly could pass as a real, official expansion if you showed it to someone who had no idea it was a fan-created mod. And apparently the company behind Fallout, Bethesda, agrees that London looks marvelous because it keeps hiring up the ambitious mod’s...

EA Roasted For Dunking On Single-Player Games After Everything It’s Done


It’s been a while since Electronic Arts was the video game villain of the moment, but on Thursday the FIFA publisher sucked up all the oxygen in the room thanks to a bad joke made even worse by the company’s cutthroat history. If there’s one mega gaming company out there who shouldn’t have been...

Old Soldiers Never Die...


Graeme McCormack is a veteran artist who has worked on everything from the Halo series to Age of Empires.Read more

Blade Runner Remake Mess Continues With Shopfront Switcheroo


The drama and weirdness around the disastrous Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition remake continues this week. Last time we checked in, buyers were very unhappy at the state of the game, and the creators of a popular and long-running fan version had been stiffed by the release of this newer edition.Read...

Halo Infinite Co-Op Testing Starts July 11, Also Adds Mission Replay


Good news! Starting July 11, you’ll be able to play Halo Infinite online with up to three friends as part of a beta test. And even better, you’ll be able to replay missions from the campaign, too. However, here’s the bad news: This is a limited-time test of only 10 days. And you’ll need to restart...

Modder Sorta Gets Half-Life 2 Running On Switch (It's Actually Portal)


So, Portal: The Companion Collection, a bundle of Valve’s 3D puzzle-platformers Portal and Portal 2, just dropped on the Nintendo Switch. But not long after its surprise release during this week’s Direct Mini Partner Showcase, a modder named OatmealDome has already figured out a way to get...

Terrible Remake Is Being Remade All Over Again


In 2003, a shooter called XIII was released. Based on a series of Belgian graphic novels, it tried something unique (for the time) by emulating the comic’s cel-shaded look, and while it wasn’t the greatest shooter ever made, it was still incredibly cool, quickly earning itself cult status.Read more

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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