World of Warcraft was recently affected by an ongoing denial of service attack, with some of its realms taken offline. Now, developer Blizzard has posted an update on the issue offering some “closure” on it – and it looks like a suspect behind the DDoS attacks has been identified and arrested.
Epic Games Store has a ton of hate going towards it but that seems to have been slowly winding down. We could list out the different reasons consumers have complained about with the Epic Games Store, but there is at least one reason to join the Epic Games Store and that’s the free games that come out each week.
Twitch has been one of the most successful online sources to not only watch gameplay but to stream video games as well. Anyone can jump into the action and either stream a video game while growing a community or watch streamers live. With so many streamers available at any given moment, it’s quite easy for someone to get into a channel and enjoy the content. However, as of late, there have been more issues coming up in terms of streamers being banned. As a result, there was some speculation that some bans may occur from several streamers making reports.
There has been a slowly growing number of video game titles being adapted into films. Most oftentimes these film adaptations fail to meet the essence and fun that the games originally delivered. That’s not slowing productions down, after all, you have films such as Mortal Kombat along with an Uncharted movie in the works. Of course, there is even room for IP owners to give another look at reboots and that’s what may be in the works for Assassin’s Creed.
Ever since the very public split between Hideo Kojima and Konami, it’s been a hype fest when it comes to Kojima’s debut title afterwards. Since the split, the worldwide famed developer has decided to open up his video game development studio known as Kojima Productions to bring out Death Stranding. Being exclusive to the PlayStation 4, it was quite impressive to see this game not only get announced but make it through development in just three years.
Minecraft will soon have a proper, in-game character creator, but you can already play with the new feature yourself courtesy of the latest beta release. This is a Bedrock Edition feature, so you’ll need to be opted into the usual Insider build for access, but once you’re in, you’ll find a new option on the character select that lets you build a custom avatar.
Dedicated gaming deal purveyors have been making the Everything joke for ages, but now we’re in such a perfect storm of Everything deals that we’ve got to make our mark on what is now an ancient gag – by internet standards, at least. As a massive Steam sale for Everything is underway, Everything is going to be free on the Epic Games store.
September 19, 2019 Remnant: From the Ashes’ new dungeon is live.
Season one of “Instagram Unfiltered” is a four-video series of interviews with teenagers and young adults ages 13-25 in which they discuss issues of bullying online and IRL as well as personal identity, friendship, self-love, and more. Directed by Jonah Hill, this project explores the experiences of young people in the modern world with a focus on social media, body image, gender, race, sexuality, and disability. Part of Instagram’s larger Well-Being initiative, these videos bring light to the complex issues that people, particularly young millennials and Gen Z-ers face on a daily basis.
When it comes to NBCUniversal, chances are you didn’t know that they even published video game titles, but then again, the division from NBC wasn’t around long enough to warrant enough games to make its way out to see if it stood a chance as a solid publisher. After two years have gone by, NBCUniversal has decided to close the publishing division. Now instead of potentially reaping more of the funds of a successful game release, the company will be licensing their properties out to developers and publishers.