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We Happy Few no longer banned in Australia, gains R18+ rating

We Happy Few will release in Australia after all, but with an adult rating. Last month, the Australian Classification Board refused to give We Happy Few a rating, arguing against its depictions of violence and drug use. (In case it’s not clear, these are major themes the game attempts to explore.) This decision meant itcontinue…

GTA Online celebrates Independence Day with sales and explosions

Tomorrow is the Fourth of July, which naturally means GTA Online is ready to celebrate America with discounted weapons. GTA Online is kicking off a great big Independence Day sale today, offering a wide range of discounted weapons, Guest List bonuses, Double GTA$ payouts, and premium items. Just like the founding fathers wanted. To startcontinue…

Call of Duty: WW2 rolls out gun-tastic gameplay mode for new community event

Call of Duty: WW2’s Liberty Strike event has new uniforms, weapons, and a playlist with a gun-swapping twist. Whether you love or hate Call of Duty: WW2, its hard to deny their post-launch community support is impressively solid. Players have gained free access to new weapons, divisions, and entire maps over the past year –continue…

Dragon Ball FighterZ beats Street Fighter 5 in CEO Twitch streams

During the 2018 Community Effort Orlando fighting game competition, Dragon Ball FighterZ surpassed the competition in terms of Twitch streams. CEO 2018 was held in Daytona Beach, Florida over the weekend, and seems to have been a great event for fighting game fans. It also provided some interesting figures on Twitch streaming – specifically, thatcontinue…

A Tear Is Growing In Fortnite’s Space-Time Continuum

Last weekend, a rocket blasted off in Fortnite Battle Royale and cracked the sky. The cracks have grown larger since then, leaving players wondering what happens if the sky completely shatters. Fornite’s rocket launch was a long time coming. The seeds were planted during the lead —up to Season 4, when a giant meteor loomedcontinue…

Destiny: Guardians is Korea’s Destiny 2 with a new microtransaction merchant

Destiny: Guardians is a reworked version Destiny 2 that will be exclusive to South Korea. Video games may be popular internationally, but that doesn’t mean everyone is playing the same version of each game. Take Destiny: Guardians, a newly announced re-imagining of Destiny 2 expected to launch this Fall. Korean eSports website Naver Sports coveredcontinue…

From pen and paper to Dying Light 2 – Chris Avellone wants to flip the RPG script

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Alpha Protocol, Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity, and Divinity: Original Sin 2. You might assume this is simply a list of some of the best, most reactive RPGs ever made, but it’s actually just some of the amazing video games Chris Avellone has written for.continue…

Ubisoft releases Assassin’s Creed Odyssey musical theme as a single

Ubisoft releases Assassin’s Creed Odyssey musical theme as a single Say what you will about triple-AAA games and annual releases like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – they’re still producing some good music. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was one of the more exciting E3 2018 entries, thanks to how it built new RPG mechanics onto Origins’ gameplay. Butcontinue…

Planet Coaster Vintage Pack recreates the golden age of amusement parks

Planet Coaster is getting a free update alongside the Vintage Pack. Frontier Developments is launching a Planet Coaster Vintage Pack with new rides, scenery props, and interactive vending machines. The premium pack includes: New Coasters Zephyrus. A classic example of the world’s first high-speed wooden coasters that can be traced back to the 1920s. Beautifullycontinue…

Psyonix has no plans for Rocket League 2, preferring to “expand the existing” game instead

Rocket League won’t be getting a sequel because Psyonix is focused on continued support for Rocket League. Psyonix has confirmed that is currently has no plans for a Rocket League sequel, saying that it wants to continue to “expand the existing Rocket League” rather than making a follow up to the 2015 title. “That’s preferablecontinue…

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