[Update:] The full list for the Traitors of America can be found here.
[Original article:] Both Sony and Funimation have tweeted out support for #BlackLivesMatter, a riot-enabling organization that has helped criminals and looters cause untold amounts of property damage, deaths, and looting. Continue reading “Sony, Funimation, Mortal Kombat’s Ed Boon, WWE’s Randy Orton Show Open Support For Riot-Enablers”
It was long-rumored that WWE 2K21 would be cancelled due to the coronavirus and that 2K Games would replace it with an arcade-style game for home consoles or possibly mobile devices. Well, after officially announcing the cancellation of WWE 2K21, 2K Games followed up with the announcement for WWE 2K Battlegrounds, and fans aren’t happy at all. Continue reading “WWE 2K Battlegrounds, Arcade-Style Fighting Game Pelted With Negative Reactions”
It was long-rumored that 2K Games’ WWE 2K21 had been cancelled, due in part to the coronavirus disrupting their annual development cycle, as well as the elephant in the room being how badly WWE 2K20 was received. Continue reading “WWE 2K21 Officially Cancelled”
2K Games has been pumping out one money-making turd after another in recent years, cashing in on fandoms who are either too stupid or too diehard to let a bad thing go, especially with their NBA 2K series and the bug-plagued annual outings of WWE 2K games. Well, if some reports are to be believed, there will be no new WWE 2K21 game this year for home consoles and PC, because it’s been cancelled. However, there will reportedly be another game released in its place to compensate for the potential revenue losses. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: WWE 2K21 Cancelled, Another WWE Game Will Release In Its Place”
One of the biggest sporting spectacles of the year won’t be much of a spectacle at all. In fact, it’s going to be a rather quiet, intimate affair that takes place within the confines of WWE’s state of the art Performance Center. That’s right, WrestleMania this year will take place in a glorified training gym, sans an audience. Continue reading “WrestleMania Moved To WWE Performance Center Due To Coronavirus”
It’s rare to see someone out of the blue take to the frontlines and break through the SJW defenses, but here we are with former WWE star Val Venis saying that he’s had enough of soyboys and SJWs ruining various mediums and that he’s not backing down. Continue reading “Former Wrestler Val Venis Says He’s Had Enough Of SoyBoys And SJWs Ruining Different Mediums, And He Won’t Back Down”
If you know how the WWE works, then you know that if a wrestler pitches a story to Vince McMahon (the chairman) and he doesn’t like it, then it gets pushed to the wayside. If he does like a story then he moves forward with it. Well, back in October it was reported by Wrestletalk that Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose pitched an LGBTQIA+ storyline to creative, but creative didn’t move forward with it. However, apparently it was picked back up, but instead of moving forward with openly gay wrestler Sonya Deville and straight wrestler Mandy Rose as part of the lesbian romance, they dumped it on Liv Morgan and Lana. Continue reading “Woke WWE Fans Incensed Liv Morgan Got Lobbed Into LGBT Storyline”
WWE superstar Kanako Urai, better known to fans as Asuka, has launched her very own gaming YouTube channel called KanaChanTV. While various superstars have hobbies and side-activities outside of the squared circle, one of Kanako’s favorite pastimes is… gaming. Continue reading “WWE’s Asuka Starts YouTube Gaming Channel KanaChanTV”
There was a time when most of the sociopolitical banter from major gaming websites was tolerated by the majority of readers.
When outlets complained that fictional game characters had breast that were too big and their clothing attire too sexy, the casual audiences reluctantly agreed that the games needed more realistic portrayals of female characters doing unrealistic things in completely surrealistic environments. And when outlets complained that more women needed to be represented in typically male dominated gaming franchises, various casual communities reluctantly agreed that adding more women to games that women have statistically rarely ever played would help bring more women into gaming (news flash: adding more playable women to action games did not bring more women into gaming nor did it help increase sales). Continue reading “IGN’s Readers Blast Them For Puling Over WWE 2K19 Not Having Female Cover Athlete”
WWE Studios is distributing Groundswell Production and Kylin Pictures Production’s Birth of the Dragon in the good ‘ole U.S., of A. The movie is loosely inspired by Bruce Lee’s real life battle with Wong Jack Man. Regardless of the early reviews, the trailer that they’ve recently put out is actually really well done. Continue reading “Birth Of The Dragon U.S. Trailer Looks Rad”
A United Statements Congressman for Virginia and former Navy SEAL, Scott Taylor, took to Twitter to argue that CNN has coerced a private citizen into apologizing to the network for creating a meme featuring U.S. President Donald Trump attacking WWE chairman Vince McMahon with a CNN logo plastered over McMahon’s face. According to Taylor, he believes that with CNN’s latest actions, a “line was crossed”. Continue reading “CNN Blackmailed U.S. Citizen Into Apology Over Trump Meme, Argues Congressman”
While Goldberg may have been the first wrestler announced to be playable in WWE 2K17, the immovable one won’t be the cover athlete for the upcoming annual release of 2K Games’ sports title. 2K Sports and WWE have decided to go with a surer bet: Brock Lesnar. Continue reading “Brock Lesnar Becomes WWE 2K17’s Cover Athlete”
If you were hoping that Bill Goldberg would at some point make a return to the ring and wrestle once more against someone legendary, you’re going to get your wish. The only problem is that it won’t be in a real life WWE ring… it’s going to be in 2K Games’ virtual ring, once WWE 2K17 releases this fall for home consoles. Continue reading “Goldberg Takes A Trip To Suplex City In WWE 2K17 Pre-order Trailer”