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Nintendo Updates the Switch With a Critical Feature for Visually Impaired Gamers

Every major console now comes with the ability to zoom in, a critical feature for many users.
Matthew Gault
4.17.19
Video Games

Facebook and YouTube Clamped Down on a Game About Selling Weed

The makers of 'Weedcraft Inc.,' a game about selling weed in the age of legalization, couldn't buy ads on Facebook, and YouTube videos featuring the game were demonetized.
Matthew Gault
4.12.19
Video Games

New Documentary ‘Playing Hard’ Shows That Making Games Can Be Hell

The film, now on Netflix, misses the mark by focusing on Ubisoft higher-ups during the development of 'For Honor,' rather than rank-and-file workers.
Matthew Gault
4.9.19
Video Games

The EU Is Pissed at Steam for Region-Locking Games

The European Commission is mad at Valve, Capcom, ZeniMax, and other publishers for region-locking activation keys and allegedly preventing cross-border sales.
Matthew Gault
4.5.19
Video Games

Watch a YouTuber Block Flames With a DIY ‘Sekiro’ Umbrella Shield

Colin Furze blocks fireworks and flames with a DIY flip-out umbrella from From Software's new title 'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.'
Matthew Gault
3.29.19
Video Games

'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice' Can Teach Anyone to Enjoy 'Dark Souls'

From Software's newest title is punishing, but welcoming, and it's a great lesson in how to win in 'Dark Souls' and 'Bloodborne.'
Matthew Gault
3.29.19
Video Games

'Dead or Alive' Players Are Pissed That They Can't Touch the Game's Women

'Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation' players got around a region-lock on Steam to find that a physical harassment mechanic was removed.
Matthew Gault
3.27.19
Video Games

Watch a Streamer's Emotional Reaction to Beating All 'Soulsborne' Games Without Getting Hit

Streamer 'The Happy Hob' beat all of From Software's notoriously difficult games back-to-back without taking a hit.
Matthew Gault
3.21.19
Video Games

The Famous 'NESticle' Emulator’s Stolen Source Code Has Been Preserved

The release and preservation of the stolen source code to the iconic 90s NES emulator NESticle reflects a new chapter in a controversial saga with deep roots.
Ernie Smith
3.21.19
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You Know 'Apex Legends' Is Huge Because It Has a Porn Parody

Porn company Wood Rocket is taking on EA's battle royale shooter 'Apex Legends,' cementing its relevancy.
Matthew Gault
3.20.19
Video Games

We’ve Entered the Golden Age of Gaming While Pooping

With existing solutions that allow for AAA game streaming to your mobile devices, and more on the way, there's never been a better time to chill on the john.
Matthew Gault
3.15.19
Video Games

Sega Halts Sales, Deletes Tweets About New Game After Actor's Cocaine Bust

The future of 'Judgement,' a 'Yakuza' series spinoff, is uncertain after 51-year-old actor Pierre Taki was reportedly arrested for cocaine possession.
Matthew Gault
3.13.19
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