• GTA Publisher Rockstar Accused Of Avoiding UK Tax

    Investigative think tank Tax Watch UK has accused Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption publisher Rockstar Games of tax avoidance. According to a recent report, Rockstar has not paid corporation tax in the United Kingdom in over ten years.

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  • Read This Before You Sign Up For Google Stadia

    We've compiled everything you need to know about Google Stadia, so you'll be as informed as possible before you sign up. After all, when it releases in November 2019, it could be a turning point in the history of gaming. Will this revolutionize how we see video games?

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  • Why BioWare May Never Release Another Game

    No matter how many roadmaps for Anthem's future exist and no matter how many promises we get that they're in it for the long haul, the fact is, there's already enough precedent and enough evidence to suggest BioWare's best days may be behind them, if they have many days left at all.

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  • Layoffs Hit Activision Blizzard

    It wasn't a matter of if, but when. Activision Blizzard has told its employees that the company intends to lay off some of its workforce, with Kotaku reporting that the total number of employees let go "could be in the hundreds."

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  • Why The Epic Games Store Might Destroy Steam

    Epic Games unveiled the Epic Games Store, issuing a real challenge to Steam's throne. If Epic can leverage its considerable power and stay true to its word, Steam might have a legitimate competitor. That's good for everyone — except for Valve, of course.

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  • Cartridges Are Keeping Nintendo Switch Games Pricey

    It's a common occurrence for Nintendo Switch owners. A popular multi-platform game is getting a Switch port, and finally, you can experience it for yourself on Nintendo's innovative hybrid console. Hooray!, you say. And then you see the price tag.

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  • EA Cancels Yet Another Star Wars Game

    The force is not strong with EA, it seems. According to reporting from Kotaku, the company has canceled its untitled open-world Star Wars game, which was announced in 2017 after EA shuttered Visceral Games, which was working on another now-canceled Star Wars game.

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  • Bungie And Activision Are Breaking Up

    The relationship between Bungie and Activision is coming to an end. Bungie announced on its blog today that the studio is working toward obtaining the full publishing rights for the Destiny franchise, ending its eight-year partnership with Activision, one of the largest game publishers in the world.

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  • The Division 2 Won't Sell On Steam

    The Epic Games Store is already starting to leave its mark. VentureBeat is reporting that Ubisoft's The Division 2 will be skipping a Steam release entirely, and will instead sell on Ubisoft's own Uplay Store and the Epic Games Store, which opened late last year.

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  • The Shady Side Of Bethesda

    Fallout 76's troubled release made a lot of longtime fans lose faith in Bethesda in 2018. But things didn't go wrong overnight — the studio has a history of seedy business decisions dating all the way back to the days of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This is the shady side of Bethesda.

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  • Why We're Worried About The 'Sonic The Hedgehog' Movie

    In 2019, everyone's favorite anthropomorphic hedgehog will dash his way to theaters. Is the world ready for a Sonic the Hedgehog movie? Currently, the prognosis is looking grim. Let's break down the reasons why the blue blur movie looks like a big mess.

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  • Epic Plans To Launch Its Own Game Store Soon

    ​Valve's Steam store is gaining yet another competitor very soon. Epic Games, the company behind the ridiculously famous Fortnite, has plans to launch its own shop, the Epic Games Store, sometime in the near future.

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  • The Shady Side Of Activision

    Activision is all about pleasing its shareholders. And in order to keep that growth train chugging, the company has had to make some pretty seedy decisions. It's time you learn about them. This is the shady side of Activision.

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  • Epic Sues Two YouTubers Over Fortnite Cheat Videos

    Epic Games, the studio behind Fortnite, is continuing what appears to be a never-ending crusade against cheaters. This time, the company has filed suit against two YouTube creators who advertised cheat tools in videos and sold them on a website.

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  • Microsoft Might Be Acquiring Obsidian Entertainment

    The Xbox first-party family might be getting another member. Microsoft might have its eyes on acquiring independent game studio Obsidian Entertainment, a move that would lend it some expertise in role-playing games.

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  • The Untold Truth Of Valve Corporation

    If you're a PC gamer, you are almost certainly a part of the stranglehold that Valve has on the industry. Since it was founded, it has practically taken over the market. Today, we're going to take a look at some of the things that not as many people know about Valve.

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  • All Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Rumors Leaked So Far

    We don't know much about Jedi: Fallen Order, but there are plenty of rumors making their way around the internet. Below, we've compiled all the unconfirmed details we've heard about the game. As always, take them with a grain of salt.

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  • Why The Future Of Fortnite May Blow You Away

    Changes are brewing behind the scenes at Epic Games. The studio doesn't want the Fortnite fad to fade, and it's doing everything it can to keep the madness going. That means adding new features and experimenting with the Fortnite formula. The future of Fortnite may blow you away. Here's why.

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  • Fortnite Is Starting To Show Signs Of Slowing Down

    Not even yet one year old, and still in early access, Fortnite: Battle Royale is already one of the biggest successes in the history of gaming. But it turns out, the game might finally be cresting its peak.

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