The Festive Season Is Coming
Just like every year, Christmas is creeping up on us and catching us all by surprise. It can be hard figuring out what to get for your loved ones. If they happen to be fellow gamers, why not check out a few of our ideas to get things going?
Nintendo Messes With Content Creators Yet Again
It’s a little known fact that Nintendo are particularly strict with their regulations on fair use. Many a YouTuber will tell you it’s almost impossible to upload any footage of Nintendo games. Ironic then, that Nintendo comes up with their own Creators Program. To get the low down on all their stringent rules, take a look at our coverage so you don’t get stung by the covetous Nintendo.
Fallout 76 Up Against The Law
It’s no secret that Fallout 76 is a product that should not be asking for typical price. In the wake of this, it’s hardly a surprise that a law firm is now investigating Bethesda for such lazy practices that ask for so much money from consumers. With the ongoing investigation by Belgian authorities into lootbox culture, it’s starting to look like these game companies are finally being held to account. For the update on Fallout 76’s legal woes, take a look at our coverage.
Bethesda’s Voice Trickles Out
Continuing on the theme of Fallout 76, it was discovered by KeenGamer that Bethesda spoke out on Reddit in response to the fan outrage. This was the breaking of their silence since the game’s release. Take a look at our coverage to see what they said and let us know what you think in the comments.
Rockstar Confirms Microtransactions for Red Dead Online
It appears nothing is sacred when it comes to in-game monetisation. It was theorised by players of the Online Beta for Red Dead that microtransactions would later be involved, due to the oddly tough grind. Rockstar has now confirmed this will be case so to learn about how things will work and what to do with your “Gold Bars”, take a look at what we have to say.
Agent 47 Returns
In the highest reviewed title of the week, Hitman 2 offers that oh so rare opportunity these days, for triple A standard stealth. It’s great to know that Hitman 2 is no longer episodic like its predecessor and players can grab a full retail game right now. Check out our review to see if Hitman 2 is for you.