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Summerfall Studios Opens From Former BioWare Writer

When it comes to narrative-driven video game titles, BioWare was once a central focus piece for gamers. They brought out countless RPG narrative experiences that had plenty of players craving for more. With the likes of Dragon Age, Star Wars: The Old Republic and Mass Effect, almost everyone had played a BioWare title. Some of those iconic video games had a developer who helped from a developer known as David Gaider who had worked with BioWare, for nearly twenty years.  read more

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Zombies Are Appearing In Red Dead Online

Red Dead Redemption was a beautiful game. It was a title delivered by Rockstar and while it may have received some flack initially for being a Grand Theft Auto clone with horses, what we actually got was an incredible narrative-driven western adventure. Likewise, the title was set in a massive open world that gave players an adventure just from roaming the in-game world, crossing guns with outlaws, thieves, lawmen, and wildlife. It wasn’t very long after its release that we got a DLC expansion known as Undead Nightmare, a title that brings in the undead for players to fight against which was a massive success. read more

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Leak: The Dark Knight Prepares For His Fortnite Debut 

If you’re a fan of Fortnite which being one of the most popular battle royale video game titles out in the market tells us that there’s a good chance you are, then you’ll want to prepare for Batman. When it comes to Fortnite, it’s nothing new to see crossover events and new content for players to purchase. One of those new packs of goods may be themed around the Batman franchise, which was recently leaked showcasing some images of what’s to come.  read more

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Mondo Museum is a museum management game with Sims-like building tools

The management sim genre has already covered a wide array of businesses, but there’s still room for more. Mondo Museum, as the title suggests, is all about curating a collection of historical artifacts and pleasing the people browsing your exhibitions. It’s also got a nifty-looking set of building tools that look straight out of one of the best management games on PC. read more

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Runescape players push back on microtransactions after someone spent £50,000 in-game

Nothing has changed in Runescape, and for many members of the community, that’s the problem. The UK DCMS’s report on loot boxes last week also discussed other types of in-game monetisation, and one section of the committee’s findings mentioned a person who had built up £50,000 (around $62,000 USD) from Runescape purchases – which has ignited a fresh meltdown over the game’s aggressive microtransactions. read more

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Bans and cease and desist letters are coming for Rainbow Six Siege DDoS attackers

If you’ve had a rough time playing Rainbow Six Siege over the past few weeks, you’re not alone. Ubisoft’s tactical shooter has been the target of an extended array of denial of service attacks since the launch of Ember Rise, and today Ubisoft has detailed some specific steps the company will be taking in the wake of these continued service disruptions. read more

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Borderlands porn searches are up 13,000% this week

Yes, fans of looting and shooting are thirsty for Borderlands porn. Now that Gearbox’s latest entry in the series is upon us, porn searches around the series have surged by 12,905%. Yes, that’s not a typo – Borderlands 3 has inspired a nearly thirteen-thousand percent increase in interest in related porn. (You won’t find any Borderlands 3 shift codes that way, friends.) read more

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Valve issues 20-year Dota 2 bans and says toxic players “are not wanted”

Yesterday, Valve detailed some changes to Dota 2’s ranked matchmaking system, along with some major ban waves for “bad actors.” Now, players affected by those bans have started to complain about their suspensions on social media – and it looks like some of the worst offenders have been banned for the better part of the next two decades. read more