Day: March 6, 2019

In The Division 2, Mexico builds a border wall to keep US refugees out
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In The Division 2, Mexico builds a border wall to keep US refugees out

If you follow US politics – or you’ve been in the vicinity of any news broadcast in the past handful of years – you probably know that the topic of a border wall separating the United States and Mexico is currently a matter of some debate. Despite being one of Ubisoft’s non-political games, The Division 2 riffs pretty directly on the border situation, and today that fact became a visible part of the marketing for the game. read more

Valve: “Rape Day poses unknown costs and risks and therefore won’t be on Steam”
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Valve: “Rape Day poses unknown costs and risks and therefore won’t be on Steam”

After a lengthy back-and-forth with developers of sexual and pornographic games last year, Valve relaxed Steam’s censorship policies to allow anything that’s not “illegal, or straight up trolling.” That policy was put to a significant test earlier this week when people began to notice a game called Rape Day among list of Steam’s upcoming titles – a game which promised to allow players to rape and murder women in the lawless context of an apocalyptic setting. read more

The Outer Worlds Will Have A Survival Mode
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The Outer Worlds Will Have A Survival Mode

Obsidian Entertainment is a well-known and beloved video game development studio after they have released countless iconic RPG titles. For instance, the developers were responsible for Fallout: New Vegas and during The Game Awards 2018 came the announcement of The Outer Worlds. This is a brand new experience which resembles a bit like their past Fallout: New Vegas work. Within the game, players will be embarking on an adventure set in the distant future where mankind has colonized space. So far we know that players will be investigating megacorporations to find just how strong of a hold they have on life and the colonized worlds. read more