The wording here seems to suggest that the July 23 event will focus on Halo Infinite's campaign as opposed to its multiplayer component. That's probably a bummer for some part of the fanbase, but it makes sense that Microsoft would want to hone in one on component of the game at the start. Presumably the multiplayer reveal is being saved for a later date. … [Read more...] about Halo Infinite Reveal This Month Will Focus On Campaign
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There will also be a virtual Pride event organized by Microsoft on June 27. It will kick off at 10AM ET on Mixer, and will feature panels on racism, intersectionality, and representation from a variety of content creators. Those wanting to contribute meaningfully to Pride month now while also engaging in LGBTQIA+ livestreams can check out Midboss' Summer of Pride on Twitch, where money is being raised for various community charities. … [Read more...] about Xbox Highlights LGBTQIA+ Games And Donates $250,000 This Pride Month
If you're hungry for more horror, it's also worth checking out the trailer for the next Resident Evil title, Resident Evil: Village, which is coming in 2021.GameSpot has officially kicked off Play For All--a celebration of all things gaming. Join us as we bring you the summer's hottest news, previews, interviews, features, and videos, as well as raise money for COVID-19 relief efforts and Black Lives Matter with the help of our friends from around the gaming world. Check out the Play For All schedule for more. … [Read more...] about Remothered: Broken Porcelain–Horror Sequel Sets A Date And Makes Bold Claims In New Trailer
It’s a little game that’s good at representing a lot. You’ve got to bear the interests of specific voters in mind, and be sure to keep winning elections so you can keep enacting progressive policies. You’ve gotta comprise. I wound up gritting my teeth and attributing “the blackface incident” to “different times”, knowing my base would still support me and that I needed to swing some extra voters if I wanted to keep control of Congress beyond the midterms. … [Read more...] about Have You Played… Democratic Socialism Simulator?
Stranger Things season 4 castWhile the accountants at Netflix will probably be tearing their hair out at the thought of finding money to pay a massive ensemble of stars who’ll be considerably more expensive than they were as unknowns back in 2016, don’t expect too many changes in the Stranger Things season 4 cast. Though we’ve probably seen the last of Dacre Montgomery as Billy (even in a sci-fi show it’s tricky coming back from being repeatedly impaled by a monster) we’d be surprised if any of the Hawkins regulars were missing, something which has been confirmed by a cast reading video. … [Read more...] about Stranger Things season 4: release date theories, plot, Hopper’s return, and more