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CD Project Red has announced that employees working on Cyberpunk 2077 will start mandatory crunch, adding a sixth day of work to their required schedule. This is in addition to any “non-mandatory” crunch they are already doing. What We’re Playing Colby: Tiny Troopers Joint Ops XL, Island Saver, Zombie Driver Cliff: Among Us, DoS2, Black […]
In what might be the biggest surprise of the year, Microsoft bought Bethesda’s parent company Zenimax for $7.5 billion. They now own The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Doom and a ton more, with all future games coming to Game Pass!
Can you believe that we made it all the way to 200!?! And to celebrate, we brought some of our closest friends on to the podcast for a live 2-hour extravaganza! It’s a little bit different than what you are probably used to, but we had a great time!
It’s been a staring content between Sony and Microsoft for months now, but with the leak of the Series S over the weekend, Microsoft decided to pull back the curtain and reveal the launch date and price for the Xbox Series S and Series X.
The choice is yours, you can buy an Xbox Series X, a PlayStation 5 and probably a Switch OR a Geforce 3090. You have to really, really like PC games to pick the latter. Stern Avengers: Infinity Quest Sony Is Thinking About Bringing More First-Party Games to PC Pirate Battle Royale is Coming in Early […]
It’s a AAA extravaganza this month, but a few cool indies snuck in. Stadia is even getting a little bit of love!
Epic, Google and Apple are in a slap fight over paying app royalties all in the name of…freedom? But the folks who really have the most to lose are app store devs using the Unity engine that might see their apps delisted.
With effectively zero warning, Microsoft pulled the plug on Mixer this week, stating that “It became clear that the time needed to grow our own live streaming community to scale was out of measure with the vision and experiences we want to deliver to gamers now.” Existing Mixer Partners are being redirected to Facebook Gaming […]
Just to be on the record, Cliff called this at least a month ago. The bad news is there isn’t going to be a PAX West or PAX Australia this year. The good news is that they are replacing it with a nine-day virtual show!
Fallout 76 players trying to participate in the Fasnacht Parade just can’t seem to get enough intestines to fill up the butcher’s icebox. I know, it sounds like we made this up, but I swear it’s a real problem.