#1 Is Fable Being Teased For the Showcase?

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@games      By Naga Sadow      1 hour ago


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#2  Rumor the CMA got ate up in court today by the queens lawyer

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#3  Artificial Intelligence will change gaming

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#4 How Everyone reacted to the PlayStation Showcase 2023

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#5 Rachet and Clank Rift apart coming to PC July 26th

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@games      By Quinn      5 hours ago

Another Random W for PC

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#6 Has Nintendo has gone too far?

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@games      By Most Palone      5 hours ago

The GameCube and Wii emulator was slated to arrive on Steam later this year.

Valve has delisted Dolphin from Steam after receiving a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice from Nintendo. In late March, the developers of Dolphin, an open source emulator that can run most GameCube and Wii titles, said they were planning to bring the free app to Valve’s storefront later this year. In a May 26th legal notice seen by PC Gamer, Nintendo's legal team asked Valve to remove Dolphin from Steam, claiming the emulator violates the company’s intellectual property rights.

"Because the Dolphin emulator violates Nintendo’s intellectual property rights, including but not limited to its rights under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)’s Anti-Circumvention and AntiTrafficking provisions, 17 U.S.C. § 1201, we provide this notice to you of your obligation to remove the offering of the Dolphin emulator from the Steam store," the document states.

With the notice, the Dolphin team has two options on how to move forward. It can either file a counter-claim with Valve, arguing the emulator doesn’t violate the DMCA as claimed by Nintendo, or it can choose to comply with the takedown notice. If the team files a counter-notice, Nintendo would have two weeks to decide whether to file a lawsuit. As PC Gamer notes, it’s unclear if the company actually intends to pursue legal action against Dolphin. However, if a case were to go to court, it could have far-reaching implications for emulators. For the time being, the Dolphin team says it’s deciding what to do next.

“It is with much disappointment that we have to announce that the Dolphin on Steam release has been indefinitely postponed,” the Dolphin Emulation Project said Friday. “We were notified by Valve that Nintendo has issued a cease and desist citing the DMCA against Dolphin's Steam page, and have removed Dolphin from Steam until the matter is settled. We are currently investigating our options and will have a more in-depth response in the near future.” As of the writing of this story, you can still download the Dolphin emulator from the project’s website and GitHub page. The Dolphin team did not receive a direct takedown notice from Nintendo.

Bx pcmr gang, is Nintendo going too far?

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#7  Is That Game Pass Or Games With Gold???👀

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@games      By Pleasure Boy      5 hours ago

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#8  Diablo 4 Reviews Are Out

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@games      By Pleasure Boy      8 hours ago

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#9 Top Games That Left a Impact On You

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@games      By Shorts      8 hours ago

Counter strike
Diablo 2
Max payne
God of war 3
Last of us
Dead space 2
Kingdom hearts 2
Halo 3
Gears of War
Ninja Gaiden sigma
Heavy rain and Detroit become human
Telltale walking dead s1
Re 2 and 4
God of war ragnarok

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#10 Street f*ghter 6 Reviews : MetaCritic 92%!!! (34 reviews so far..)

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@games      By thaghost36      17 hours ago

Release Date: June 2, 2023.

Available on: PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S & PC.

Summary: Powered by Capcom’s proprietary RE ENGINE, the Street f*ghter 6 experience spans across three distinct game modes featuring World Tour, f*ghting Ground and Battle Hub. Diverse Roster of 18 f*ghters.

Street f*ghter 6 offers a highly evolved combat system with three control types - Classic, Modern and Dynamic - allowing you to quickly play to your skill level. The new Real Time Commentary Feature adds all the hype of a competitive match as well as easy-to-understand explanations about your gameplay. The Drive Gauge is a new system to manage your resources. Use it wisely in order to claim victory.

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#11  Street f*ghter 6 Reviews Are Out🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

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  @games      By Pleasure Boy      17 hours ago

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#12 Best video game soundtrack of all time?

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@games      By hasdrubal      23 hours ago

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Gonna nominate street f*ghter 3rd strike

At like 7 years old I was trash at this game

But I booted this sh*t up everyday on the ps2 and I think it was this soundtrack

What games y’all nominating?

Honorable mention goes to death Jam FFNY

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#13 NEWS Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Will Include Five Games

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@games      By Waddup Doe      1 day ago

The official reveal of a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake was one of the headliners of Sony’s recent PlayStation 5 showcase, but it likely won’t be finished for some time. Fortunately, a collection of Metal Gear classics is coming to modern platforms this fall and it will actually include more games than originally expected.

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Announced alongside Metal Gear Solid 3 Delta, Konami’s Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1 will come to PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC by way of Steam in just a few months, and the PlayStation store page (via Eurogamer) now shows that the original Metal Gear 1 and 2 will also be a part of the package, both of which laid the groundwork for a sprawling framework of political intrigue, Cold War paranoia, and a super complex family tree of guys named Snake.

That means the entire thing will house the first give games in the espionage stealth series:


Metal Gear
Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake
Metal Gear Solid (Including VR Missions/Special Missions)
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (HD Collection version)
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (HD Collection version)

The first two games were on the MSX2, Solid was on PS1, and Sons of Liberty and Snake Eater were on PS2. This is essentially the 2012 Metal Gear Solid HD Collection which brought these same games (minus Peace Walker on the PSP) to PS3 and Xbox 360, but which isn’t currently accessible on modern platforms. The only game not included from Metal Gear’s initial 20 year run is Snake’s Revenge, the first follow-up to the original game that wasn’t actually directed by writer and creator Hideo Kojima.

All of these games were previously delisted from older storefronts in 2021 over issues around “licenses for select historical archive footage used in-game.” Konami says the new collection will contain the original versions of the games with “minimal edits to copyrighted contents.”

In either case, it’s a lot of Metal Gear, and if it’s on par with Konami’s other classic collections, will hopefully be a decent tribute to and preservation of the franchise. We don’t have an exact price or a specific release date yet, but it should keep fans occupied until the Snake Eater remake, for better or worse, finally arrives.

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#14 Allegations Of s*xism, Bullying, And Burnout: Inside Studio Behind State Of Decay 3

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@games      By GodzMustBeCrazy      1 day ago

Allegations Of s*xism, Bullying, And Burnout: Inside The Microsoft Studio Behind State Of Decay 3

Staff say Undead Labs' transition to Xbox studio was hampered by toxic workplace conditions and lack of direction

The video game industry faces a long-overdue reckoning. The average game developer is underpaid relative to the generous bonuses and shareholder payouts enjoyed by the CEOs above them, and recent reports and lawsuits have uncovered a wide range of mistreatment across companies big and small. Many feel that something needs to change, and some industry leaders have openly agreed. But change is hard. It takes time. It can be costly. Maybe that’s why even companies who talk a good game on workplace culture and responsibility can still come up short.

“Our responsibility is simple: Do everything possible to ensure that this entire industry is about treating every single person with dignity and respect,” Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer said on stage to a room full of game developers last month at the 2022 DICE Awards. The Xbox veteran has been beating this drum for a long time, but even he admits that he and other leaders haven’t always risen to that challenge.

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#15 PlayStation Days of Play 2023 sale kicks off on June 2

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@games      By Waddup Doe      1 day ago

Senior Director, Global Store & Services
Hi everyone! Days of Play is back this week and we wanted to give you a quick look at some of the deals you can find across PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Gear, direct.playstation.com, and PlayStation Store, along with additional offerings available at participating retailers.

Days of Play 2023 will begin on June 2 at 12:01 AM until June 12 at 11:59 PM local time in each region. Our official Days of Play site will be updated with more information later this week, so be sure to check the site for the latest details. Please note that offers may vary by region and are available while supplies last.

Here are some of the upcoming deals to look out for:

Save on PlayStation Plus memberships
Start, renew, or extend your PlayStation Plus membership during Days of Play at a discount. Get access to quality titles, from Monthly Games, to Game Trials, to the compelling Game Catalog and Classics Catalog with hundreds of blockbusters and classics to choose from – depending on the plan you choose.*

For both new and current PlayStation Plus members, all 12-month plans will be offered at 25% off – this includes Essential, Extra, and Premium/Deluxe.

Current PlayStation Plus Essential and Extra members can also receive 25% off a 1-month, 3-month, or 12-month membership when upgrading to a higher tier plan – it’s a great time to try PlayStation Plus Premium or Deluxe.

Deals directly from PlayStation
For players in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg, head over to direct.playstation.com when Days of Play begins and you’ll find a wide range of deals for select PS5, PS4, PC games, and accessories.

For players in Austria, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, celebrate the launch of direct.playstation.com with discounts on select PS5 games and accessories using the following promo codes:

Use code DOPSAVE15 for up to 15% on select PS5 Accessories, including DualSense charging station, HD camera, media remote, Pulse 3D wireless headsets, select PS5 console covers.
Use code DOPSAVE40 for up to 40% on select PS5 games.

Offers are available for the duration of the promotion while supplies last and vary by region. Find out more on direct.playstation.com when Days of Play kicks off on June 2.

Store-wide promotions on select PlayStation Gear merchandise Celebrate Days of Play on PlayStation Gear store, with 20% off select merchandise and free shipping on all orders using promo code DAYSOFPLAY23.

Players can also get additional offers on PlayStation Gear on the following days:

On June 2, spend $50 or more and receive a PlayStation insulated beverage sleeve with your order.

On June 7, enjoy savings on outerwear – buy any sweatshirt or jacket and get another 50% off.
On June 12, shop from PlayStation’s Picks for exciting bundles and merchandise from various games.

Offers on select digital games available on PlayStation Store

This year, save on a variety of digital games and add-ons on PlayStation Store. Offers vary by region, so head to PlayStation Store when Days of Play begins to view the full list of local deals.

There will also be additional deals on PlayStation accessories during this year’s Days of Play from participating local retailers; offers may vary by region.

Be sure to check back on June 2 for details on this year’s promotion on the Days of Play 2023 site.

*Availability of Classics, Game Trials and Game Catalog varies over time, region/country, and plan. See visit this link https://www.playstation.com/Plus for details and updates on PlayStation Plus offerings. PlayStation Plus is an ongoing subscription subject to a recurring subscription fee taken automatically (at the then-current PlayStation Store price) at the frequency you choose at purchase until cancellation.

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#16 Sony to broaden PS5 exclusive lineup to cover the lack of variety

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@games      By Waddup Doe      1 day ago

Sony has plans to release at least two PS5 exclusives a year, that span over multiple different genres.
A lot has happened with Sony as of late, with one shocking reveal that PS Plus Premium is more popular than Extra. Now, we have even more news with Sony hoping to release at least two PS5 exclusives each year across "every major genre." We wonder how many new entries we could have for our best PS5 games list in the future.

Once again, this information comes from Sony's Business Segment Meeting, which has been filled to the brim with all kinds of delicious tidbits. Within the document, we can see that PlayStation Studios has it as a goal to release "two or more major [PS5] releases per year" while making sure it's "covering every major genre." Something that recent PlayStation exclusives have struggled to do.

In the past 12 months, we have had only three PlayStation exclusives published by Sony, God of War Ragnarok, The Last of Us Part 1, and Horizon Call of the Mountain for PS VR2. While these are all fabulous games, something you may have noticed is that there isn't a great deal of variety here with the genres. We've got a variety of action-adventure titles that dip their toes into other genres, yet never truly take the plunge — which, is pretty underwhelming when there are so many more genres out there. It's worth noting that Horizon does blur the lines between genres a tad more than most, as it certainly has many RPG elements, so, we guess Sony has that basis covered ever so slightly.

On one of the slides in the document (which can be viewed above), we can see that Sony plans to focus primarily on the shooter, RPG, racing, platformer, action, and sports genres, meaning we should see a lot more variety in the coming years. However, Sony does cover the sport and racing genres with franchise like MLB The Show and Gran Turismo. We can't wait to see all the different RPGs Sony may make and what new IPs get revealed.

What do you make of this? Happy to hear more PS5 exclusives are planned for the coming years? What do you think about Sony broadening the genres it creates exclusives for? Let us know all your thoughts and feelings down below!

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#17  Almost All The Devs From State Of Decay Left The Studio👀... Its Not Looking Good👀

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@games      By Pleasure Boy      1 day ago

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#18  Is it time to worry about PlayStation

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#19  Everyone Has Played Their Cards For 2023😂😂😂😂😂😂

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#20 Pokemon Rap Song

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