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Lots Of Spiderman Play Testing Went Down This Weekend
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Lots Of Spiderman Play Testing Went Down This Weekend

While we were slowly easing back into the new year over the weekend, Insomniac Games was hard at work playtesting the PS4 exclusive Spiderman title. Taking to twitter Insomniac’s official account posted a photo, confirming that they are in the playtest stage of the game’s development. The post was also accompanied by an image that showed the Spider-Man game’s icon on the PS4 home menu. read more

An Update On Gameranx YouTube Videos
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An Update On Gameranx YouTube Videos

As you probably know, it has come to light that we used other creators’ footage (from both SuggestedGaming and PeanutButterGamer) in parts of our videos. One of our editors got lazy, and it slipped by. That is no excuse- we realize this is a grave mistake and completely unacceptable. The blame is not on one, it’s on all of us as a whole.
We are also looking at our process and investigating other videos that this editor has done in the past, but the damage is already done. We genuinely apologize to the creators and viewers we pissed off, and moving forward to 2018 this will not happen again.

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Rainbow Six Siege’s Jager Glitch Finally Getting Fixed; Patch Coming to PC First, Console Fix Delayed Due “Aspects Outside The Studio’s Control”
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Rainbow Six Siege’s Jager Glitch Finally Getting Fixed; Patch Coming to PC First, Console Fix Delayed Due “Aspects Outside The Studio’s Control”

Most people who played Rainbow Six Siege during these past few weeks, including myself, have probably come across a user exploiting Jager’s glitch. The glitch allows players to become almost invincible, since they can walk around with their deployable shields attached to them while being able to shoot at the same time. Ubisoft issued a statement through the game’s sub-Reddit. read more

7 Directions Netflix Could Take Bright
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7 Directions Netflix Could Take Bright

In case you’ve somehow missed the massive advertising campaign, Netflix released a movie called Bright a week ago. It’s the most expensive movie the streaming service has produced, reportedly costing somewhere between $90 million and $100 million—and that’s without marketing costs. It isn’t a very good movie, as far as I’m concerned and most critics are concerned, but it streamed over 11 million times in its first 3 days, which, well, just think about how much ticket money that would equate to if it was released in theaters. read more