So a few days ago, we started hearing game developers remove their games from Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. Many found it odd since Nvidia isn’t necessarily profiting off these games directly, but instead offers a way for players to play their already established library of games from Steam. So why the sudden pullback?
So Blizzard finally responded to their decision to ban Hearthstone player Blitzchung for an entire year and revoke his tournament pay over comments made by the player in regards to his support for Hong Kong’s fight for liberation. And it’s exactly what you’d expect, lies to save face.
When I first saw Destiny at E3, I was ecstatic about it. It was all I ever wanted from a game. Space exploration, looting, in-depth lore and cool ass armor. However, we never got that. Activision somehow got their hands on Bungie and well you know the rest. Now, news on the cyberstreet is that Bungie has FINALLY, broken the shackles that have kept them down for so long and are now free from Activision. Plus, they get to keep the Destiny IP too.
After the insanely ridiculous single Red Dot for $1 that can be found in the new Call of Duty, one has to really wonder, who here is really to blame for these ridiculous Microtransactions practices? Even after all the backlash that we’ve seen over the past few months, game companies are still ready and willing to try these asinine microtransactions so what’s going on?
Just yesterday we got the official word that Destiny 2 was a thing and now we have a really funny trailer letting us know when the reveal trailer will take place…
A while back, I wrote about how the gaming industry was heading into a toxic era in which DLC’s are been announced before a game is even finished and early access are plaguing the industry. Now, I want to briefly talk about all these games that are been released at launch in poor to almost unacceptable standard and shows no sign of stopping….