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Report: Vicarious Visions Changing Its Name After Blizzard Merger

Back in January it was announced that Vicarious Visions, the studio famous for its work on the Tony Hawk remakes and a whole library of excellent licensed games, was going to be merging with Blizzard. Now it’s emerged that this corporate move means the developer will be changing its name as well.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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A List Of Your Fave Celebrities Who Are Now Peddling NFTs

NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) have exploded in popularity in 2021. This sucks. NFTs use blockchain technology to allow artists and creators to sell a “special type of cryptographic token which represents sgomething unique”, so each token is one-of-a-kind. Though to be clear: only the token itself is certified as unique. …Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Whiteness of Skater XL’s Mods Is A Major Bummer

Skater XL, the skateboarding simulator developed by Easy Day Studios, is one of two more recent genre entries that attempts to capture the zeitgeist of EA’s Skate. The game plops you in a myriad of selectable maps, each replete with various obstacles (such as benches and rails) to trick over, all while skating as…Read more… […]

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The Whiteness of Skater XL’s Mods Is A Major Bummer

Skater XL, the skateboarding simulator developed by Easy Day Studios, is one of two more recent genre entries that attempts to capture the zeitgeist of EA’s Skate. The game plops you in a myriad of selectable maps, each replete with various obstacles (such as benches and rails) to trick over, all while skating as…Read more… […]

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The Whiteness of Skater XL’s Mods Is A Major Bummer

Skater XL, the skateboarding simulator developed by Easy Day Studios, is one of two more recent genre entries that attempts to capture the zeitgeist of EA’s Skate. The game plops you in a myriad of selectable maps, each replete with various obstacles (such as benches and rails) to trick over, all while skating as…Read more… […]

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Almost 500 ‘New’ Xbox, Dreamcast Prototypes Just Got Released

Project Deluge, a video game archival project from The Hidden Palace, may be the single biggest game preservation effort yet undertaken. Since March, this dedicated group of video game archivists has been releasing many hundreds of unreleased prototypes for classic systems, and now, it’s the Dreamcast and Xbox’s turn.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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California Accuses Activision Blizzard Of Shredding Abuse Evidence

The state of California recently expanded its discrimination lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, Axios reports. In addition to suing the massive gaming conglomerate over its culture of harassment and abuse toward female employees, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing is now also looking into its treatment of…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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New Pokémon Snap’s ‘Obama Skip’ Is The Latest Speedrunning Trick With A Weird Name

Like any sub-culture, speedrunning is known for creating its own unique vocabulary that, at times, can sound like an entirely different language. Fortunately, we have folks like Abyssoft to act as our Sherpas and guide us up the treacherous speedrunning mountain. His latest video explains New Pokémon Snap’s “Obama…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The World’s First ‘Skateboating’ Game Looks Rad

Skateboarding is cool and all, but it’s been around for a long time. I’ve played plenty of skating games. I need something new. Something like Wave Break, a skateBOATing game that combines ‘80s era visuals, boat grinding, and animals into one rad-looking package. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Mercedes EQT Concept Is The Electric Van You Want

Mercedes is rapidly readying an expansion of its EQ line of electric vehicles. None of them have been released yet, the first to go on sale will be the tech-laden and luxurious EQS coming later this year. Along with the EQC crossover, (which isn’t coming to the U.S.) and EQA compact crossover, another addition to […]

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Skate 3’s Sickest Trick Is A Rube Goldberg Machine

“Do a kickflip!” Yeah, yeah, yeah. How about this: “Create an elaborate Rube Golberg machine and then use it to do the sickest trick maybe ever!” Reddit user Skate3Tommy would probably be, like, “Okay.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Skate 3’s Sickest Trick Is A Rube Goldberg Machine

“Do a kickflip!” Yeah, yeah, yeah. How about this: “Create an elaborate Rube Golberg machine and then use it to do the sickest trick maybe ever!” Reddit user Skate3Tommy would probably be, like, “Okay.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Skate City Filled The Skate-Sized Hole In My Heart

Help, I can’t stop playing Skate City, a lo-fi skateboarding game that landed on consoles and PC yesterday following a period of exclusivity on Apple Arcade.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Skate City Filled The Skate-Sized Hole In My Heart

Help, I can’t stop playing Skate City, a lo-fi skateboarding game that landed on consoles and PC yesterday following a period of exclusivity on Apple Arcade.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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I Love When Mainstream Acts Make Music For Video Games

Welcome to Morning Music, Kotaku’s ongoing hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-ass sounds they make. Today, I bring you a treat: a bunch of games! All featuring killer tracks from mainstream musicians.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Where Did Gamer Snacks Come From, Anyway?

There are snacks, and then there are snacks for gamers. Through chalky chemical combinations of dubious repute, they will somehow make you aim better in Fortnite. How did we reach the point where snacks for a hobby that takes place primarily on the couch are basically workout supplements? On this week’s food-focused…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Game.com cometh: The rise and fall of the Game Boy’s weirdest rivals

There was a time—from roughly April of 1989 until the mobile revolution of the last 10 years—when “mobile gaming” meant something very different to the vast majority of people. Specifically, it meant Nintendo. Even as the Console Wars raged at home, the Japanese giant’s iron-fingered, battery-powered grip on the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Game.com cometh: The rise and fall of the Game Boy’s weirdest rivals

There was a time—from roughly April of 1989 until the mobile revolution of the last 10 years—when “mobile gaming” meant something very different to the vast majority of people. Specifically, it meant Nintendo. Even as the Console Wars raged at home, the Japanese giant’s iron-fingered, battery-powered grip on the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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