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Cube World Hasn’t Been Updated In Years, But Some Fans Still Play Every Day

In 2013, voxel exploration game Cube World blew up, amassing millions of views on YouTube and video game sites. Despite the hype, Cube World’s creators became infamous for going radio silent, while the paid alpha for the game hasn’t updated since July 2013. Many fans have probably asked themselves, “What happened to …Read more… Continue […]

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Civilization VI Offers Free Stuff Because Of Currency Rip-Offs

I have seen many reasons given by major publishers for the distribution of free content, but international currency discrepancies is a new one. Yet that’s what is happening with Civilization VI, with 2K announcing a whole range of new stuff that’s going to be given away free to owners of the game’s Digital Deluxe…Read more… […]

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Korean Politician Uses Overwatch Video On The Campaign Trail

Sim Sang-jung is a politician currently running for President in the wake of South Korea’s disastrous corruption scandal. She (or at least someone on her campaign team) knows that a good way to reach out to the kids is with Overwatch Play of the Game videos, in which her kills are political owns.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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18 Years Later, Germany Gets An Uncensored Version Of Half-Life

The Half-Life that was released in Germany in 1998 was a little different. Instead of marines there were robots, and instead of dying horribly the scientists would just kind of sit down and be sad. Well chin up lads, in 2017 Germany’s Half-Life is now as human and violent as everyone else’s.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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