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Billy D, A.K.A., William Usher, has been rustling Jimmies for years. The fanboys cried and their tears became his milkshake.

#GamerGate: TFYC Distance Themselves From 4chan Following Mass Censorship

Something unbelievable happened: 4chan sold out. Owner Christopher “Moot” Poole finally came forward to address the mass censorship happening on the 4chan imageboards, laying to rest any doubts that he had been compromised. Let it be known: Cristopher “Moot” Poole has been compromised. 4chan, known for all sorts of vulgarities, obscenities and objectionable content will continue to produce all of the aforementioned… however, it will be doing so without any mention of #GamerGate. Continue reading



Final Fantasy XV TGS 2014 Gameplay Trailers Released

Final Fantasy XV

Square Enix released some new video footage of Final Fantasy XV coming out of this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The series continues to expand, grow and blossom in ways you may not have even thought possible. The new gameplay footage for Final Fantasy XV rolls out a look at the game’s environments, combat systems and the Monster Hunter-esque creatures that roam the world. Continue reading

Star Citizen Surpasses $53 Million In Crowd-Funding

Star Citizen

The crowd-funded space simulator, Star Citizen, has reached a whole new milestone, achieving more than $53 million in crowd-sourced funding. What does this mean? It means that this game now has a bigger budget than Mass Effect 3 and is likely to be one of the biggest games ever designed in the history of gaming. Continue reading

Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut Now Available

Shadowrun Returns - Dragonfall Director's Cut

One of the coolest Kickstarter games to land on digital e-tailer shelves is a little something-something from Harebrained Schemes called Shadowrun Returns. The original Kickstarter game was okay as far as content goes, but it had a lot of breadth for what it could potentially achieve. Things drastically opened up when Harebrained released an expansion called Dragonfall, giving players the sort of Shadowrun experience that they had waited nearly two decades to play. Continue reading

Xbox One Dev Tells #GamerGate: Keep Going. They Cannot Silence Us Forever

Xbox One

Words of encouragement. Words of strength. Words from a gamer fighting for the soul of the gaming industry. A lone Xbox One developer from within the mammoth corporate structure of Microsoft has stepped forward to issue gamers support from under the guise of anonymity; fighting for a cause they cannot openly pledge allegiance to, due to the politics in play. Nevertheless, gamers, the developers are rooting for you in this fight. As WikiLeaks said: level-up. You cannot lose. Continue reading

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4chan Censored From Discussing #GamerGate

#GamerGate

Just when you think you’ve made progress here comes the Radical Justice Police to put everything back into perspective and make you realize that this is going to be one long, hard-fought battle of attrition. If that all seems vague and ambiguous, let me lay it out for you like this: The centripetal force of momentum that helps keep #GamerGate on-rails and moving, has been hit hard with censorship. I’m talking about the internet’s anonymous meeting ground, 4chan. Continue reading

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Cheat For Unlocking Characters

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

A new method has been discovered for unlocking all the characters in Bandai Namco’s latest Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution. The cheat tactic doesn’t involve any special button combinations or debug code devices, instead it just relies on a simple method of quickly gathering up Ryo using a quick-kill tactic in the single-player mode to earn enough points to unlock all the characters. Continue reading

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Now Available

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

The whole censorship raid going down on 4chan over the #GamerGate situation is a bit distracting, but let’s talk a little bit about recently released video games, even during a time where the entirety of video game culture is coming under fire from all the dastardly cretins attempting to censor the internet, shall we? Bandai Namco has officially let loose Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. And so long as you’re not a #GamerGate supporter, you’re probably relaxed and thrilled about the news. Continue reading