Out of Control Police Throw Active Serviceman’s Child in Jail for Playing Fornite Outside

Sure many of us joke about our absolute contempt for Fortnite and the kids that play it. Sounding like old man Jenkins cursing the kids and their newfound weird dances and social hierarchy struggles. All the while pausing for a moment looking deep in our souls wondering if maybe we are wrong before snapping out of it and realizing Fortnite is the devil! Continue reading “Out of Control Police Throw Active Serviceman’s Child in Jail for Playing Fornite Outside”

Tim Sweeney Rants On Loot-Boxes And Politics, Says Tech Giants Are Violating Gamer Rights

This isn’t “Jim Cornette shoots on the wrestling world,” this is “Tim Sweeney rants on the tech industry.” Yes, the controversial man that often says things that lands him in hot water took the opportunity at the 2020 DICE Summit event in Las Vegas to rant on loot-boxes, politics in gaming, And tech giants violating gamer rights. Continue reading “Tim Sweeney Rants On Loot-Boxes And Politics, Says Tech Giants Are Violating Gamer Rights”

FIFA 19 and Fortnite Are The Top Digital Earners Of 2019, According To Report

FIFA 19 and Fortnite are the top normie games that will move a lot of units, and it looks like for the year 2019, the two games were the top digital earners according to a new report. Yes, out of all the games that dropped in 2019 (and beforehand), the two most controversial titles seem to be heavy money-makers as per Superdata. Continue reading “FIFA 19 and Fortnite Are The Top Digital Earners Of 2019, According To Report”

Nintendo Unveils 2019’s Most Downloaded Games For Switch

A new report has surfaced on the net saying that the Big ‘N’ has shared with video game goers and industry onlookers the most downloaded Switch games of 2019, in which the top spot sadly goes to Epic’s dominating battle royale game, Fortnite. Continue reading “Nintendo Unveils 2019’s Most Downloaded Games For Switch”

The 2019 Golden Joystick Awards Salivates Over Epic Games Being The Best Studio Of The Year

If you want to call it the golden shower awards or whatever it’s fine by me. However, the Golden Joystick Awards is now over and done with and sees some atrocious abominations snagging awards that they have no business possessing, but I digress. Anyway, Tim Sweeney’s Epic Games is said to be the best studio of the year as per the Golden Joystick Awards — beating out both Nintendo and Capcom. Continue reading “The 2019 Golden Joystick Awards Salivates Over Epic Games Being The Best Studio Of The Year”

Editorial: Discussing Direct Pay-to-Win, Indirect Pay-to-Win and Cosmetics

With government intervention looming over the video game industry it is shocking there has not been a more earnest dialog about the nature of microtransactions. Though the topic is far from having been explored in depth by many commentators the underlying conceptions of the issues are often left unexplored. Continue reading “Editorial: Discussing Direct Pay-to-Win, Indirect Pay-to-Win and Cosmetics”

Call Of Duty: Mobile Makes $53.9 Million During Launch Month, Outperforms PUBG And Fortnite

The normie force that is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite can’t stop the shekel loving Activision’s Call of Duty: Mobile. The FPS game is raking in money as if it were raking in leaves during autumn. The mobile spin-off of the annual shooter has amassed over 148 million downloads and $53.9 million in revenue during launch month. Continue reading “Call Of Duty: Mobile Makes $53.9 Million During Launch Month, Outperforms PUBG And Fortnite”

Fornite Is Dead…For Now

Dearly hardcore, we are gathered here today to honor or spit on the memory of Fortnite. The long running gaming series which has generated billions of dollars has died after an asteroid caused a Quantum Singularity to suck up the entire game, menu in all. Some argue this is the work of the blind idiot god, others a moronic marketing department, whatever the truth for the foreseeable future the game is has reached its conclusion. Continue reading “Fornite Is Dead…For Now”

Fortnite Players Won’t Be Banned For Supporting Hong Kong, Says Epic Games

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We’ve reached a point in time where companies proudly boasting about not censoring or ruining the lives of gamers is now considered newsworthy. It’s a sad indictment to how far off the beaten path of freedom our society has traveled. Nevertheless, Epic Games CEO, Tim Sweeney, made it known that they won’t be punishing Fortnite players or e-sports competitors for supporting the liberation of Hong Kong. Continue reading “Fortnite Players Won’t Be Banned For Supporting Hong Kong, Says Epic Games”

Fortnite Sales Down 52% Since Q2 2018

Trends rarely remain stable over extended period of time. Often their best hope is to enjoy generational appeal, but even such an achievement doesn’t guarantee a prolonged life. Fortnite rose to prominence in 2017 and has become one of the most successful franchises to date generating 2.4 billion dollars in 2018. Now new data shows the decline of the juggernaut title is not stabilizing, but is continuing a downward trajectory. Continue reading “Fortnite Sales Down 52% Since Q2 2018”

Epic Games Sued By Canadian Parents Because Fortnite Lacks Warning About Addiction

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A Canadian couple have hired a law firm to sue Epic Games because they claimed that the developers didn’t warn their kids that Fortnite was going to be so addictive. The case is being brought to a Québécois court in Canada, where the firm, Calex Légal, are hoping to get a class action suit going. Continue reading “Epic Games Sued By Canadian Parents Because Fortnite Lacks Warning About Addiction”

Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year

Despite Fortnite making mad money from in-game purchases and its live service, a new report has surfaced claiming that Epic Games’ battle royale title is still seeing a decline as of 2019. This time, the decline revolves around a year-over-year (YoY) revenue drop according to the U.S. market tracking firm Edison Trends. Continue reading “Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year”

Epic Games Facing Potential Class-Action Suit Over Fortnite Account Vulnerability

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Back in January of 2019 Checkpoint Research made a post explaining how Fortnite accounts were susceptible to a vulnerability that would have made accounts easy prey for scams. Epic Fixed the issue shortly after Checkpoint made their post, as reported by Gamasutra. However, more than 100 people have filed a class-action lawsuit against Epic for the vulnerability. Continue reading “Epic Games Facing Potential Class-Action Suit Over Fortnite Account Vulnerability”

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