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Multiple Fighting Game Tournaments Ban Competitor After Woman Says He Beat And Raped Her

Multiple organizations have banned fighting game competitor Andre “OmGiTzAndre” Howard from competing at their events after a fellow community member said he raped and assaulted her. The woman described the abuse last night after her boyfriend spoke about it in a podcast on Tuesday.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Konami Is Still Releasing TurboGrafx-16 Games On Wii U

This morning, Konami released the TurboGrafx-16 games Battle Chopper and Necromancer for Wii U. That’s right: It’s the year 2018, and Konami is still releasing Virtual Console games on Wii U for an audience of almost nobody. It was already kind of weird that they were still releasing games six months ago, but now it’s…Read […]

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What Monster Hunter: World’s Multiplayer Gets Right And Wrong

Slaying a rampaging rathalos with a team of friends is one of Monster Hunter: World’s greatest joys—if you can sort through the menus required to join your pals. The game’s online management is clumsy and poorly explained. Setting up online sessions and sharing codes can be confusing, but it helps you get the precise…Read more… […]

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PUBG Patch Tries To Fix The Game’s Unpopular New Map

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ desert map of Miramar is a vast wasteland where one bad drop can leave you without a hiding place or weapons. A new update implements changes to the map, which had become so unpopular that players have been editing their game’s files to avoid it.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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With the recent release of Monster Hunter: World, we’ve put together a video full of tips to help ge

With the recent release of Monster Hunter: World, we’ve put together a video full of tips to help get newcomers started and veterans brush up a little. Check out our tips post for more in-depth hints. Monster Hunter: World is available now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and is scheduled for PC later this […]

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Accomplishing As Much As Possible Before Dying Miserably, The Game

Jason Rohrer once buried a titanium board game in the Nevada desert, and then handed out hundreds of pages containing printed-out GPS coordinates, one of which indicated the game’s true location. According to Rohrer, it will take 3,000 years for anyone to ever find that board game. Jason Rohrer once put a Minecraft…Read more… Continue […]

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