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Cliff Bleszinski Joins Broadway Show Hadestown As Producer

It was not that long ago that former Gears of War developer Cliff Bleszinski said he was retiring from the gaming industry following the closure of his studio Boss Key games. Now we officially know where he’s taking his talents to: Broadway. NEWS! I’m officially co-producing this show. That’s my ...

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Smash Bros Ultimate: How to Unlock Every Character Quickly

UnlockLast Edited: December 10, 2018 at 6:33 PM Like other Smash Bros. games, you’ll be able to unlock different things like Music, Mii Outfits – and of course – Characters. This page will guide you on how to unlock your favorite fighters and more. Unlike previous iterations, Super Smash Bros. ...

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Overwatch Gives All Players Five Free Winter Loot Boxes

Blizzard is celebrating the season of giving with five free winter loot boxes for all Overwatch players. All you have to do is turn the game and you’ll be alerted that you have five boxes to open. The boxes are tied to Overwatch’s annual Winter Wonderland event. The contents include ...

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How to Make Money in Red Dead Online

UnlockLast Edited: December 11, 2018 at 12:35 PM There are two types of currency in Red Dead Online: Cash and Gold. Even after the latest update, weapons, clothing, and horses are extremely pricey. While there are a ton of fun ways to make money in Red Dead Online, like completing ...

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Gaming chat startup Discord raises $150M, surpassing $2B valuation

Chatty gamers are apparently worth billions. Discord, the gaming chat startup with more than 200 million active users, announced Friday that it had secured $150 million in funding at a $2.05 billion valuation. The round was led by Greenoaks Capital with participation from Firstmark, Tencent, IVP, Index Ventures and Technology ...

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How Flash Games Changed Video Game History

During the ’90s, the internet slowly grew into a massive web of information that eventually reshaped entire industries. But access to that information was slow – it took nearly 10 minutes to download a single song – and web designers were in a constant battle to build splashy websites that ...

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