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  1. The developer of Marvel Heroes, Gazillion, has been reportedly shut down with all its staff laid off the day before Thanksgiving. This comes via multiple employees on Twitter, who claim they were laid off without their PTO or severance pay. The closure comes after Disney and Marvel shut down Gazillion's free-to-play action RPG, Marvel Heroes. According to a MassivelyOP tipster, Marvel Heroes will now be shut down on Friday, rather than the original December date. Continue reading… View the full article
  2. Everyone is loving Nintendo's latest hit Super Mario Odyssey and it looks like even Spike TV's Lip Sync Battle host Christine Teigen is not immune from the little plumber's charm. The model and actress is a long time Mario fan and shared her excitement on Twitter while visiting Shanghai, with sentiments we can all relate to. finally — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 2, 2017 Like many of us, she was a bit surprised at the premise. Continue reading… View the full article
  3. Hawaii State Representative Chris Lee is taking a stand against what he calls "the spread of predatory practices in online gaming." As mentioned in an announcement specifically about EA and Star Wars Battlefront II, Lee and others are currently "looking at legislation" in the upcoming year that could prohibit the sale of games to players that are under 21 years of age, and possibly even restrict the inclusion of gambling elements, which Lee believes are present in Star Wars Battlefront II via the game's loot boxes. Lee and his team have also been in conversations with other legislators who are examining similar options for their own states in an effort to curb what he describes as "predatory behavior" on the part of game publishers. Continue reading… View the full article
  4. See what otherwise unobtainable Pokemon you can unlock with the Island Scan using QR Codes. View the full article
  5. Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is coming to China, and there are changes coming to the popular survival game. Chinese gaming company Tencent Holdings will alter the game to bring it more in line with socialist culture and values, according to Reuters. Last month China's content regulator criticized the violence in PUBG, saying it would likely be blocked because it "severely deviates from socialist core values." Tencent says it won the exclusive rights to PUBG in China, and will alter the game to meet China's exacting standards. Continue reading… View the full article
  6. When VR headsets became a reality, I made a list of games I wanted to experience from that perspective. It was primarily games with fantastic worlds – games like BioShock, Half-Life 2, and, naturally The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Since then it’s become clear that adapting conventional first-person games to VR wouldn’t be easy, and Bethesda’s Skyrim VR is an example of how many of those challenges remain unsolved. It’s definitely great virtual tourism in a familiar land of dragons and magic, but this perspective doesn’t do the famously clumsy combat any favors. I never really appreciated the size and scale of Skyrim until I was standing on the Throat of the World, or seeing a dragon up close. Creatures looking big on screen because is one thing; towering over you is another. I don’t have a particular hangup about spiders, but seeing the huge Frost Spiders in the early dungeons come at me sent chills down my spine. It's an absolute joy to see this world from this perspective for anyone who's spent a lot of time here. Continue reading… View the full article
  7. Sid Meier's Civilization V designer Jon Shafer and Paradox Interactive have "decided to part ways due to creative differences," Paradox has announced. "Jon is an ambitious person with a lot of drive and passion and he has led some good discussions in our teams over the past few months," said Executive Vice President of Studios at Paradox Interactive Mattias Lilja. "However, during the course of these discussions, it has become clear that we want different things creatively and we have therefore taken the mutual decision that it is best to part ways." Continue reading… View the full article
  8. Get up to 99,999 points in the Super Mario Odyssey jump rope challenge with this amazing trick. View the full article
  9. Microsoft has announced December's lineup of free Xbox One and backward-compatible Xbox 360 games for Gold subscribers. As posted on Xbox Wire, here's the month's full list of Games With Gold, as well as their dates of availability: Warhammer: End Times -- Vermintide — December 1-31 (Xbox One) Back to the Future: The Game -- 30th Anniversary Edition — December 16-January 15 (Xbox One) Child of Eden — December 1-15 (Xbox One and Xbox 360) Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death — December 16-31 (Xbox One and Xbox 360) Continue reading… View the full article
  10. Whether you prefer playing your Switch docked or undocked, it really doesn’t matter. Because you’re probably going to need to get a case for it eventually. I mean let’s face it, the Switch is a portable console, so odds are you’ll likely end up gaming on the go with it sooner or later. So we put together a list of what we think are some of the best carrying cases currently available for your fancy new hybrid console. See it on Amazon Continue reading… View the full article
  11. Here's where to find every Star Card, Record, pieces Concept Art and more throughout Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. View the full article
  12. Welcome to our special Super Mario Odyssey Spoiler cast episode of Nintendo Voice Chat! We're bringing you NVC a day early this week, due to the Thanksgiving break. By popular request, Filip Miucin, Zach Ryan, Peer Schneider, and Brendan Graeber try to condense their Super Mario Odyssey experience into a full hour of NVC. We kick off Episode 383 of our weekly Nintendo podcast with a mid-week news round-up before we finally get to the long-promised Odyssey spoilercast. To keep things as spoiler-safe as possible, we go through the game chronologically, starting with our thoughts on Cap Kingdom, all the way to the end of the game. Continue reading… View the full article
  13. Those Magikarp and floating Totem Stickers will have to wait until you get this Key Item. View the full article
  14. The Steam Autumn Sale 2017 has officially begun, with deals that discount several new releases. According to Valve's announcement, the sale will run until November 28 at 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm UK (November 29 at 5am AET). Discounted games include Dark Souls III, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, The Evil Within 2, Elite Dangerous, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Inside, and many more. Below are some specific deals. You can visit the Steam Store to see the full list of currently discounted titles. Dark Souls III is 60 percent off and now priced at $24 USD; Resident Evil 7 is 50 percent off and costs $30 USD; The Evil Within 2 is 50 percent off and priced at $30 USD; Batman: The Enemy Within Season Pass is 40 percent off and costs $15 USD; Middle-earth: Shadow of War is 40 percent off and priced at $36 USD; Star Trek: Bridge Crew is 40 percent off and costs $30 USD, and Rocket League is 50 percent off and costs $10 USD. Continue reading… View the full article
  15. Thatgamecompany’s games like Journey, Flower, and Flow are noteworthy for many reasons, but chief among them is the eye-catching art. Each title in the developer’s catalog is more beautiful than the last, with a distinctive style and wholly unique art direction. Sky is no exception, with gorgeous environments and character designs that build a cohesive world for the upcoming mobile-first adventure thatgamecompany revealed earlier this year. Continue reading… View the full article