EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson

After Take-Two, Ubisoft, and Capcom expressed interest in price hikes next-gen, it looks like EA — who is on the Traitors of America master list — has joined the fray and is considering raising its video game prices when the PS5 and Xbox Series X rolls around. Continue reading “EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson”

Apple Removes Fortnite From App Store Due To Epic Trying To Circumvent 30% Distribution Fees

Fortnite

Every major digital distributor out there takes a 30% distribution fee. It’s how the business has been running for years. It’s how it operates at Google, on Steam, and iTunes. Whichever way it goes, you’re paying someone 30% to host or deliver your product. Well, Epic Games has decided that they don’t want to pay those fees anymore by restricting payments to being direct between them and the consumer, and Apple isn’t having any of it so they decided to remove Fortnite from the iTunes App Store. Continue reading “Apple Removes Fortnite From App Store Due To Epic Trying To Circumvent 30% Distribution Fees”

Embracer Group Acquires 4A Games While New Blockbuster Game Is In The Works

If you don’t know what’s under 4A Games’ belt, the company is best known for the Metro series of games. And on that note, the company recently made headlines for all the wrong reasons with the help of Deep Silver regarding the PC launch of Metro: Exodus. As of now, Embracer Group — the parent company of THQ Nordic — has acquired 4A Games and plans on doing big things with the team. Continue reading “Embracer Group Acquires 4A Games While New Blockbuster Game Is In The Works”

Future Games Show To Return This August And Will Reveal New Games

E3 2020 will not happen this year, and to take the place of the annual games event is a subset of website driven digital events. One of the many digital exhibits happens to be GamesRadar’s Future Games Show, which will make its return this month to highlight triple-A games and play host to announcing new video games. Continue reading “Future Games Show To Return This August And Will Reveal New Games”

Games Industry Will One Day Turn Entirely Digital, Says Strauss Zelnick

Recently, Strauss Zelnick — Take-Two’s CEO — was asked about the games industry going digital during the company’s latest earnings report. Although he believes that the physical side of the industry is profitable, he concludes that it’s just a matter of time before the whole business goes digital. Continue reading “Games Industry Will One Day Turn Entirely Digital, Says Strauss Zelnick”

Blizzard Will Host BlizzCon As A Digital Event In 2021, As Per Report

Back in late May of this year, Blizzard announced that BlizzCon 2021 may or may not happen due to the ongoing pandemic that is the coronavirus. However, after some time had passed, the company that’s on the Traitors of America list will go through with hosting its annual event as a digital show next year. Continue reading “Blizzard Will Host BlizzCon As A Digital Event In 2021, As Per Report”

Bodycam Footage Reveals George Floyd Requested To Be Held On Ground

George Floyd

Fake news media have lied to the people. For months they convinced people to engage in domestic terrorism on the false claim that police officers Devin Chauvin, Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao killed George Floyd. However, new bodycam footage reveals that Floyd asked to be held on the ground, and that everything he requested the officers complied with cordially. Continue reading “Bodycam Footage Reveals George Floyd Requested To Be Held On Ground”

Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions

If you haven’t been following the news, as reported on Cernovich.com, here is a quick recap of events that have lead to Patreon losing a court battle and now being forced to enter into arbitration with over a hundred backers: This all started when Patreon decided to deplatform conservative comedian Owen Benjamin. Continue reading “Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions”

Editorial: Is Deep Link PS5’s Cell Processor?

Innovation is something that should be admired. Even if by any realistic measure, it is doomed to failure. To innovate is to advance technology, and often even failures will inspire later success or uncover methods that see their true potential realized long after the original discovery. For this reason, I do not chastise or throw shade at Sony for their new innovative Deep Link. Even though I am often critical of the company, this appears to be the sort of innovation consumers will want and benefit from. Continue reading “Editorial: Is Deep Link PS5’s Cell Processor?”

No Game No Life, Clockwork Planet, Eromanga Sensei Banned From Book Depository

No Game No Life

Amazon subsidiary, Book Depository, has banned a number of light novels and mangas from their repository after their parent company axed the books from stock as well. This includes the light novels No Game, No Life, Clockwork Planet and Oreimo!, along with the manga series Eromanga Sensei. Continue reading “No Game No Life, Clockwork Planet, Eromanga Sensei Banned From Book Depository”

Ubisoft Will Consider Raising Its Video Game Prices Sometime Next-Gen

Ubisoft is looking to raise prices moving forward. Although it won’t happen this generation or early on in the upcoming gen of consoles and games, Ubisoft is considering a price hike from up to $59.99 to something higher. Continue reading “Ubisoft Will Consider Raising Its Video Game Prices Sometime Next-Gen”

Rumor: Disney is in Full Panic Mode

To put it as succinctly as possible: Disney is royally screwed. Their direct to consumer streaming service Disney Plus failed to attract paying subscribers and is projected to cost the company $1.1 Billion in the third quarter alone. Making matters worse, the continued reaction to Covid-19 has nuked their revenue generation, forcing the company to take on billions in debt just to cover operations. Continue reading “Rumor: Disney is in Full Panic Mode”

What We Learned From the Twitter Hack

Twitter uses Blacklists And Feed Manipulation

In what many are calling the nicest day on Twitter, a severe hack forced the company to put all verified accounts into lockdown until ownership could be ascertained. Prior to the lockdown, Twitter was ousted from their internal systems for over five hours as accounts were hijacked and used to promote a bitcoin scam. Continue reading “What We Learned From the Twitter Hack”