William Usher
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Identity Theft Report Warns Of Increased Video Game Hacks In 2019

In a new report, it's indicated that 2019 won't be kind to gamers, and the year will play host to plenty of potential game hacks.

Suspended NFL Player Has Been Removed From Madden NFL 19

If there's one thing that any major sports star, actor, or celebrity should learn, it's that if you catch the ire of the public, expect to pay for it.

Anthem Is Getting A Demo In January

Shortly after making its presence known at this year's Game Awards Show that aired live via streaming services on Thursday, December 6th, Electronic Arts and BioWare announced that the third-person sci-fi action game, Anthem, will be receiving a demo starting in January of 2019.

Resident Evil 3 Remake May Already Be In The Works

Capcom is riding a really powerful hype train right now with the remake of Resident Evil 2. The game has been receiving a lot of praise and adoration from the gaming community for how faithful and yet how original the new game seems to be. However, Capcom may not be done, and there could be a Resident Evil 3 remake in the works, too.

The Epic Games Store: Here's What We Know

Epic Games has officially opened up the Epic Games Store. Here's what's up with the new marketplace.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Has Added A Battle Royale Mode

It was bound to happen sooner or later, but thankfully (for fans of Counter-Strike) the addition of the Battle Royale mode has happened much sooner than expected for the first-person shooter. Valve announced that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has now officially stepped into the arena to rival Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Every New Trailer From the 2018 Game Awards

A bunch of new games were announced at this year's Game Awards show hosted by Geoff Keighley. Some of the games were expected, others were a bit of a surprise, and some came completely out of left field. This article here will break down all the big new trailers that aired during this year's Game Awards show.

Fortnite Developer Epic Games Is Being Sued Over A Dance

Epic Games can't seem to escape from the negative spotlight of legal controversies. There was originally the copyright row with PUBG Corporation's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and now there's a case brewing over one of the game's in-game dances.

Nintendo is Having A Huge Switch Sale In Honor Of The Game Awards

A lot of companies are gearing up to drop some big news during The Game Awards tonight. New games are expected to be revealed while old games are expected to receive updates. In Nintendo's case, the company is discounting currently available games in honor of the awards show.

Bethesda Accidentally Released A Ton Of Personal Customer Information

Usually when you're a customer and something awful happens with a company's product, you call customer support, you state your case, you attempt to get things resolved. Well, that didn't quite happen for the people who were having support issues with games like Fallout 76, as they found out that their personal information had accidentally been released.

Kong: Skull Island Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts Made A Live-Action PUBG Trailer And It's Awesome

Movie director Jordan Vogt-Roberts has made no secret of his love for video games, particularly Hideo Kojima's Metal Gear Solid series, which kind of stands out on its own as a unique storytelling and gameplay experience. Well, Jordan decided to take his directorial skills and apply them to a video game, specifically, Player-Unknown's Battlegrounds.

A New Pokemon Mobile Game Might Be In The Works

One of the most undying franchises on the market at the moment is the long-running, long-lasting, long-enduring Pokemon. The game series has been around since the 1990s and has persisted for decades, with the most recent games coming out for the Nintendo Switch. Well, there might be yet another game in the works, this time for mobile devices.

The PlayStation Classic Might Have 36 Games On Board That You Can't Play

The PlayStation Classic launched with 20 classic games from the fifth generation of gaming that helped make the PSX an iconic gaming device. However, it turns out that the PlayStation Classic might have been designed to offer a lot more options than what it originally launched with.

Battlefield V's First Free Update Now Available After Short Delay

DICE and Electronic Arts were originally set to release Chapter 1: Overture for Battlefield V, the recently released World War II shooter for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. However, the team discovered an issue with the update and originally delayed it, but now it's available.

Epic Games Is Launching A Steam Competitor

Epic Games has been rocking and rolling in recent times, especially after the massive success of Fortnite's Battle Royale mode went viral. The global sensation has enabled Epic Games to accrue enough funds to start its own distribution service, which is aiming to rival Steam.

Bethesda Is Making Good On Its Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition Snafu

Bethesda has been put in a pretty awful bind lately with the whole canvas bag snafu that was originally supposed to arrive with the $200 Collector's Edition of Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition. After originally denying customers the canvas bag, Bethesda had a change of heart.

The PlayStation Classic's Emulator Is Ridiculously Easy To Access

We knew that Sony's PlayStation Classic would be running the games via an open-source emulator, but what we didn't know was how easy it would be to hack the system and mod it for your own personal purposes. Well, it turns out the emulator is ridiculously easy to access.

One Red Dead Redemption 2 Side Quest Is Based On An Actual Serial Killer

There's a lot of history and a lot of lore tucked away inside of Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2. Some of it is kind of outlandish, which keeps in fitting with Rockstar's oftentimes satirical take on open-world gaming, but sometimes there's an element of truth and actual history to it, like one side-quest in Red Dead 2 that's based on an actual serial killer.

Assassin's Creed Symphony Will Debut At E3

If you've been enjoying Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed games for over the past decade and you've been equally enthralled with the music that helped shape the series over the years, there's going to be an Assassin's Creed symphony that will debut at E3 at 2019.

Leisure Suit Larry Creator Is Selling The Original Game's Source Code On Ebay

Classic games oftentimes get looked over in this day and age as the Fortnites and PUBGs and whatever is flavorful on mobile devices rule the digital ecosystem. But the original creator of Leisure Suit Larry wants to bring people back to the old days of gaming by giving people access to the original source of the raunchy point-and-click adventure game.

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