By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the latest rumors from Reset Era and Twitter that Cyberpunk 2077 will not be launching in 2020, but instead will have its launch date pushed back into 2021. For those eager to get their hands on what will likely be a defining experience in their life for good or ill, this news is devastating, unpleasant, and probably false.
A significant portion of the video game’s industry has opted with the establishment of a new generation to hike the price of video games from the established $60 to $70. Some in the industry, IE Sony, wanted to increase the amount even further, but the rest of the colluding executives settled on what they viewed as a minor hike of $10.
Arrogance and conceit have laid low many a powerful man and empire throughout history. When people reach the pinnacle of power and greatness, they believe that this status is unassailable and can never be altered or defied. More often than not, this delusion shatters before long as what was once great collapses, or so history shows us.
Released in 2017, Sonic Forces coupled with Sonic Mania to unify the overarching story of the original games into one cohesive story. Along with the providing justification for the randomness to the levels and how Sonic managed to traverse to so any different locales with such speed. It also allowed players to create their own OC, which combined with Harambe’s death, gave us 2020. Continue reading “Sonic Forces 2 Accidentally Leaked on Sega’s Website”
Buckle in and sit down, for it is time for a lesson in liberty. This has become a necessity to remedy an ongoing misconception that continues to permeate our comment section from our more vocal critics. These critics have alleged in my coverage of the Apple/Epic lawsuit that I have defended Apple against Epic. In doing so, I have unveiled some unsavory nature to my character. Continue reading “Editorial: Epic Wins Their Temporary Restraining Order Rendering the Courts the New Central Planners”
Woke employees will always attempt to converge your company. Doing so gives their life purpose, it elevates them among their peers, and affords them the power they otherwise would never have. Many companies are waking up to this reality and are taking steps to avoid hiring the social justice oriented. Continue reading “Multiple Developers Leave Lab Zero After A Failed Coup”
When Hangar 13 isn’t trying to be a political activist development team, you can expect the company to be fantasizing over the idea of making the next entry in the ongoing Mafia series of games. Yes, Hangar 13 notes in a recent interview that work on Mafia 4 would be a “thrilling” task. Continue reading “Mafia 4 Would Be A Thrill To Make, Says Hangar 13”
Not gold, nor power or privilege, did it cost Epic to convince consumers to work against their better interest. All it cost them was offering a 20% discount when giving them money, and people were hailing them as the conquering hero. Here at long last to vanquish the evil multi-billion dollar conglomerate who had the audacity to charge the industry standard 30% rate. Continue reading “What Epic Hopes to Achieve With Their Lawsuit Will End The Game Industry As We Know It”
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is at the top spot of the UK sales chart yet again. Accompanying the Nintendo beast comes PGA Tour 2K21 and EA Sports UFC 4 filling second and third place as of the week ending August 22nd, 2020. Continue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again”
At present, Tim Sweeney is attempting to mislead his audience regarding discoveries that Epic requested a special exemption from Apple’s terms of service, as to allow them to implement their separate payment system. In line with his current persona of the champion of the little guy, he is claiming Apple is attempting to mislead people and that they asked for exceptions for everyone. Continue reading “Tim Sweeney Misportrays Apple’s Statements”
Earlier this week, Epic Games filed for a temporary restraining order to prevent Apple from removing Fortnite from the App Store and prevent the company from terminating their developer’s account along with access to developer tools the company needs to develop the Unreal Engine for iOS. On Friday, Apple’s legal team filed their counter-motion for the dismissal of the motion for the temporary restraining order. Continue reading “Apple Issues a Rebuttal To Epics Temporary Restraining Order”
Amazon Games has released a blog post detailing how it has entered a publishing agreement with Smilegate RPG. This exclusive publishing deal will mark the beginning of the two companies releasing a new game next year. Continue reading “Amazon Games Partners With Smilegate RPG To Release New Game In 2021”
Take-Two Interactive not too long ago revealed that it has plans on acquiring Playdots. In a new report following the acquisition, we learn that the deal will see Take-Two Interactive possessing the mobile games studio for $192 million. Continue reading “Take-Two Interactive To Acquire Mobile Dev Playdots, As Per Report”