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Phil Spencer Says Halo Studio Remains ‘Critical’ To Xbox Despite Cuts

Things haven’t been going great for Xbox recently. Microsoft is facing stiff resistance in its attempt to acquire Activision Blizzard. It released hardly any big exclusive blockbusters last year. And it just cut over 10,000 jobs last week, including many senior developers at Halo Infinite studio 343 Industries.…Read more...

Assassin’s Creed Comic May Have Hidden Message From Frustrated Artist

This year the Assassin’s Creed franchise turns 15 years old. In that time, the franchise has expanded into multiple games, mobile spin-offs, books, movies, shorts, and more. It’s a big, complicated universe that involves historical conspiracies, shadowy cults, and ancient aliens. And those ancient aliens, the Isu,…Read more...

Nobody Was Ready For This Twitch Streamer's Answer To 'Show Feet'

What would you do if a random stranger asked to see your feet? Probably chuckle awkwardly and start walking faster. Streamer Nyy did neither. She had a better idea, and her Twitch chat will never be the same again.Read more...

Amazon’s Tomb Raider Show Reportedly Being Written By Fleabag Creator

If you, like me, are having trouble keeping track of all the video game adaptations coming to TV and film, you may have forgotten that a Tomb Raider series is in development over at Amazon. Well, friends, I will not be forgetting about this show any time soon, now that writer/actor/comedian Phoebe Waller-Bridge is…Read more...

This Surprise New Game Pass Gem Feels Like Moshing Through A Battlefield

Have you ever caught yourself walking to the beat of a song you’ve got playing? If so, you’ll probably vibe pretty hard with Hi-Fi Rush. I’ve put a few hours into Tango Gameworks’ rhythm-action game, and I’m delighted at how satisfying it is to gel with a game that more or less asks you to dance with your enemies even…Read more...

HBO Greenlights The Last Of Us Season Two

After only two episodes (the first of which you can watch for free), HBO has renewed post-apocalyptic survival show The Last of Us for a second season. News came out this morning that the adaptation of Joel and Ellie’s story will continue after it concludes its nine-episode run in March. Though there’s not much in the…Read more...

GoldenEye 007's Finally On Switch And Xbox, But It Needs Some Work

After years and years of rumors, whispers, fan outcry, and endless internet theories, Rare’s beloved Nintendo 64 first-person shooter, GoldenEye 007, is finally out on modern consoles. And while for many this is something to celebrate, these new ports aren’t quite as good as they could have been. Read more...

Smash Bros. Pro Got Hurt Jumping Out Of Illegal Taxi On Way To Tourney

A big fighting game tournament, Genesis 9, took place from January 20-23 in San Jose, California. Top talent from around the world, including Super Smash Bros. competitors Leonardo “MkLeo” Lopez and Samuel “Dabuz” Buzby, gathered at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to play games like Guilty Gear Strive and …Read more...

This Absurd Real Car Designed By A Game Artist Is Almost Sci-Fi Satire

You know where you’re going wrong? After a long day indiscriminately firing your Beretta 1301 in the desert, you’re home chugging back your InfoWars Ultimate Bone Broth Plus, when you discover you’re all out of SSI Sight-Rite chamber cartridge laser bore sights. So you jump into your SUV to head to the nearest Dick’s…Read more...

You Can Watch The First Episode Of The Last Of Us Show For Free Now

If you don’t have an HBO Max subscription but want to see what all the fuss is about when it comes to The Last of Us TV series, you’re in luck. In an unusual move, the streaming service has made the first episode of the new hit show free to watch.Read more...

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