Report: Anthem’s Fate Will be Decided by EA This Week After Anthem Next Internal Review

This week will be a make or break meeting for the fate of Anthem. According to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, publisher EA is set to hold a meeting to decide if it wants to allocate more people to the project or scrap it and let Anthem go. This is per three sources familiar with the internal …

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Minecraft Dungeons Flames of the Nether DLC Arrives Alongside the Most Ambitious Free Update in the Game’s History

Mojang Studios and Double Eleven have revealed a new DLC for Minecraft Dungeons. Flames of the Nether will introduce six new missions that will take players to the blazing Nether. Alongside the DLC will release the “most ambitious free update” in the game’s history. The six new missions in Flames of the Nether will send players …

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Epic Games Store Spring Showcase To Bring Announcements And New Gameplay On February 11

Epic Games has announced a new Spring Showcase stream, which will coincide with an Epic Games Store sale. While we don’t know if this Spring Showcase will give us the first glimpses at the new projects from well-established developers Epic Games announced publishing deals for last year, the stream could very well be worth tuning …

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Terraria Dev Cancels Stadia Version After Getting Locked Out of Google Account

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Re-Logic games released Terraria in 2011 on PC, and it has since come to almost every device under the sun — it was even available on the now-defunct Windows Phone platform. One place it won’t show up as of now, …

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Blood Bowl 3 coming to PC and consoles in August 2021

Cyanide Studio’s newest video game interpretation of Games Workshop tabletop game, Blood Bowl 3, is launching in August this year. In a new statement, publisher Nacon has announced that Blood Bowl 3 will come to PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch this summer. The announcement about …

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Jamie Lee Curtis Joins the Cast of the Borderlands Movie as Tannis, More Surprises Coming

The Borderlands movie just got its latest star. Following announcements of Cate Blanchett as Lilith and Kevin Hart as Roland, Jamie Lee Curtis now joins the wastelands of Pandora as Tannis, or Dr. Patricia Tannis, the archaeologist who helps the Vault Hunters in their search for the lost Pandoran treasure trove of ancient alien tech. …

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition And What Took BioWare So Long In Tackling A Remaster

Many Mass Effect fans have been clamoring for a remaster for years now, including our own Joe Juba! While not everyone felt the need to revisit the Normandy once more, the aging of the first game and the desire to play the full trilogy on current generations have given passionate players a reason to cling …

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Ubisoft And Warner Bros Are Holding Valentine’s Day Sales On Switch (North America)

Valentine’s Day is slowly approaching, and whilst Haven has its own steamy plans for Switch, publishers can never resist a good sale opportunity. Both Warner Bros and Ubisoft have begun their own Valentine’s themed sales in North America, though these aren’t what we’d consider particularly romantic games. Warner Bros lineup mostly consists of LEGO entries, …

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Analysts Say Component Shortages for Console Makers Is Made Worse by Companies Hoarding Supplies

Toilet paper and hand sanitizers aren’t the only things folks have been hoarding during the pandemic. According to a report by The South China Morning Post and Bloomberg, major companies like Apple and Huawei are hoarding components, worsening existing supply shortages for small-volume buyers in the automobile and games industries, among others. Will Bright, co-founder …

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Rust now has a friendlier ‘Softcore’ mode

If you dig the idea of carving out a life on a post-apocalyptic island but are less keen on repeatedly getting your bare arse shot off by kitted-out marauders, you might be interested in Rust‘s new ‘Softcore’ mode. The survival sandbox game has introduced servers with friendlier changes including letting players spawn in NPC-controlled safe zones and not losing all their items when they die. The game’s had a huge surge of new players lately, so it’s good to finally see this.

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Black Ops Cold War patch buffs jump-shotting, fixes a lot of Firebase Z crashes

By Sherif Saed, Monday, 8 February 2021 11:01 GMT If you played Black Ops Cold War over the weekend, you may have noticed a few hiccups. On Saturday, Treyarch rolled out a new update to bring fixes to some of the bugs introduced with the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War mid-season update, which …

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Soapbox: Super Mario 3D World Is The Closest To A Super Mario Bros. 2 Sequel We’ll Ever Get

© Nintendo Soapbox features enable our individual writers to voice their own opinions on hot games, trends and topics — opinions that may not necessarily be the voice of the site. In this piece, Jon Irwin discusses how Nintendo seems reluctant to return to the mechanics of Super Mario Bros. 2… When Super Mario 3D …

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The Legendary Jackie Robinson Graces the Cover of MLB The Show 21: Collector’s Editions

In 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first player to break Major League Baseball’s color barrier, which blocked players of color from entering the league. A true historic trailblazer in sports, broadcasting, business, and the civil rights movement, Jackie was the first African American to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962 following …

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