Twitter user and Ubisoft dev “Dianna” want the gaming industry to “end” PewDiePie. Taking to Twitter, she posted a Tweet saying “enough is enough,” it is time the gaming industry ends Felix by cutting ties with him. She is part of the production team of The Division working at Ubisoft Massive. She later posted a string of hateful Tweets branding PewDiePie a white supremacist, a hateful person, and accused him of promoting anti-semitic values. As far as we know and anyone with even a little knowledge of video games and pewdiepie would, in fact, know that his channel has very little to do with video games. He rarely plays video games and isn’t sponsored by any of the big publishers, especially Ubisoft. EA, Activision, Bethesda, all of the big players have nothing to do with the content produced by PewDiePie. So it isn’t clear what exactly does this person mean when saying “end this dude.” One can probably look at this and … [Read more...] about Hateful and Ignorant Ubisoft Massive Employee Wants to “End” PewDiePie
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Tumblr’s new guidelines on NSFW content loom overhead for its users, and the internet is unsure of how to process all of it. Whether these new policies will spell the decline of the website and a mass migration to other sites, or if they’ll be another blip on Tumblr’s vast resume, has still yet to be determined. But one thing’s for certain: Everyone’s talking about Tumblr on main. There’s just an inherent weirdness so deeply set inside of Tumblr that no other website really quite matches — a weirdness that births absolutely wild stories on the regular. Wild Twitter exposes and threads? Yeah, that’s nothing compared to Constable Frozen, Dashcon and the Mishapocalypse. In celebration of our favorite wacky website, we’ve decided to archive some very specific Tumblr stories that you just can’t get on the ol’ Twitter, Facebook, Reddit or Instagram. Bone-stealing: Let us preface this with the fact that, for some inane … [Read more...] about Remembering Tumblr’s wildest community drama
Streaming video games is big business for some. Tyler "Ninja" Blevins reportedly makes $500,000 a month playing Fortnite on Twitch. But for the vast majority of streamers, barely anyone's watching, and precious few are paying. For the vast majority, streaming is a hobby. For others, it's the hope of something bigger - a bigger audience, perhaps, more views, more comments and, of course, more money. So, what's it like being a low-level streamer hoping to hit the big time? How does committing to at least trying to make something out of streaming affect your life, your relationships, your day to day? For 29 year-old Admiral Peach, an Ark fan whose streams get around 20-something concurrent viewers, it's a juggling act. She streamed for 93 hours in the 30 days up to mid July 2018, but she also has a part-time job and a relationship. There's a lot going on. This is her story. You might expect a streamer to have played games their whole life. This isn't the case for Admiral Peach. Though … [Read more...] about What it’s like being a low-level streamer
Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube A few years ago, Obsidian designer Josh Sawyer flipped a map of the Forgotten Realms’ Dalelands, stuck some different labels on it and named it the Dyrwood. One record-smashing Kickstarter later, he and his team had revived the spirit of the Baldur’s Gate games, with the wilderness exploration and spacebar-thwacking tactical combat intact. Read more: the best RPGs on PC. Fresh from another isometric RPG, Obsidian now intend to fold some of Tyranny’s reactivity and unfamiliarity into Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - a sequel as ambitious as Baldur’s Gate II was. When is the Pillars of Eternity 2 release date? Pillars of Eternity 2 will release on May 8. Its first concrete release date was April 3, but that was pushed back so Obsidian could “polish and put those finishing touches on the game.” The Fig crowdfunding site that helped finance the game originally suggested Q1 2018, so they’re only … [Read more...] about Pillars of Eternity 2: story, setting, companions and more
Sony’s PS4 is the most popular console this generation, selling more than 70 million units worldwide. Although the UI has been streamlined since the PS3 and Vita days, a few of the PS4s features can be a little confusing or difficult to find. To lend a helping hand, we’ve compiled a definitive list of answers to a number of common PlayStation 4 questions: PS4 FAQ – Your Questions Answered Is PS4 backwards compatible? No, the PS4 is not backwards compatible with PS3, PS2 or original PlayStation discs. Modders have recently claimed to be able to play backed-up PS2 on PlayStation 4, but this uses backdoors that are against Sony’s terms-of-service. The only official ways to play older games on the new hardware are to buy remastered versions of games – like God of War, The Last of Us and Crash Bandicoot – from the PSN store or another retailer, purchase “PS2 Classics” like Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and Ape Escape 2 from the PlayStation … [Read more...] about PS4 FAQ – Your Questions Answered: Is PlayStation 4 backwards compatible, blu ray, region free?