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Ars Technica’s 20 best video games of 2021

In the world of video games, 2021 will be forever remembered as the year of major COVID accounts. 2020 was already tough, but many of its biggest games were mostly completed in a normal development cycle. The projects planned for the following year were not so lucky. So, this year’s …

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School shooter FPS game makers admit lack of tact after Fury

Screenshot: Interactive Vacuum At the end of December, Void Interactive, creator of the next tactics game Ready or Not, suddenly lost his editing partner. While not directly confirmed at the time, speculation online strongly suggested that the first-person shooter revamp was due to a recent official exchange with fans, where …

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New Ghostbusters video game confirmed to be in development

Actor Ernie Hudson offers surprising confirmation of the game Ghostbusters has enjoyed a string of successes lately, with its dive into video games and its return to cinema. We’ve seen it with Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and with the recently remastered The 2009 Ghostbuster video game. There have even been costumes in …

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Amazon copyright hits YouTuber for reporting New World bug, in apparent attempt to distort review

Source: Amazon Game Studios New World YouTuber Video Game DataBank reported on Sunday that Amazon Games slapped its channel with a permanent copyright strike on its video reporting a bug, attempting to distort the creator instead of fixing the problem. According to the YouTuber, he found a bug where if …

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Hades becomes the first video game to win a Hugo Award

Picture: Supergiant games Last year, Supergiant Games’ Underworld, the roguelike inspired by Greek mythology about the son of Hades Zagreus escaping from the underworld, released close to acclaimed universal. If he was not praised for being an inviting stage in the kind roguelike, he was praised for his characters and …

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10 biggest video game controversies of 2021

The many revelations that followed the public revelation of this investigation could easily fill the rest of this article (the “Cosby Sequel”, Activision Blizzard’s anti-union efforts, everything about Bobby Kotick, etc.), but it also fits Note that this controversy extends to the ethics of buying, promoting and playing Activision Blizzard …

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Tribute to Nintendo engineer Masayuki Uemura

It is not entirely fair to call engineer Masayuki Uemura, who died on December 6 at the age of 78, a little-known architect of the global gaming industry. He is widely known among gamers for his design work for the Family Computer, the game console that became Nintendo’s entertainment system …

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This “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” Video Game Looks Like A Bloody Good Time

Asymmetrical horror games have become extremely popular over the past few years, and it’s pretty easy to see why – a lot of people like to be scared, and a handful of people like to engage in murder fantasies involving their friends. One of the most beloved of the subgenre …

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The single player game in 2021

Using the year-end 2017 industry analysis features as a barometer, you could reasonably expect solo titles to be dead and buried by now. It was the year PUBG seemed to materialize out of thin air and on top of a Steam player table this CS: GO and Dota 2 had …

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Arceus Video shows new footage and reveals battle theme

A new short trailer for Pokemon Legends: Arceus reveals new gameplay footage as well as the updated battle theme players will hear. As 2021 slowly draws to a close and the majority of great video games have released, many fans have turned their attention to what’s to come in early …

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