The best easter eggs in Halo Infinite

Zeta Halo is a big place. It’s a sprawling Pacific Northwest forest, but with more hexagons and more angry aliens trying to shoot you dead than you might find in the actual state of Washington where Halo developers Bungie and 343 Industries are both located. In the original few Halo games, Bungie always took the…

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Skyrim Mod Adds UFC Star Robert Whittaker as Fully Voiced Companion

UFC fighter Robert Whittaker will appear in Skyrim as part of a semi-official mod, voiced by Whittaker himself, as a fighting companion. While real world sports and video games were once thought of as belonging to completely separate groups of people, this has long since been dispelled as myth. This is true even for those…

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The Verge’s 2021 gaming and entertainment holiday gift guide

Animal Crossing Monopoly Perhaps the most wholesome evolution of this capitalism-driven franchise, the adorable veneer of Animal Crossing might just be enough to prevent any board-flipping tantrums when you land on Boardwalk for the eighth time. Animal Crossing Monopoly replaces all the properties with adorable fruit, fossils, and bugs. Even the classic tokens have been…

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The Witcher season 1 recap: what you need to know before watching season 2

The Witcher season 2 hits Netflix on Friday, December 17. It’s pretty good (here’s our review), and picks things up right where the first season ended. There’s no more time jumping this time. Well, except for the time jump between the first season and now. Season 1 came out two years ago, in the waning…

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World of Warcraft Delays Publication of Exploring Azeroth: Kalimdor After Controversies

Earlier this month, World of Warcraft released Exploring Azeroth: Kalimdor, the second in a series of books exploring the iconic realms of the game’s world. After being met with criticism regarding reliance on racial stereotyping, poor characterization, and lore discrepancies, Exploring Azeroth: Kalimdor is now unavailable on most online retailers until January 25. The Exploring…

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Judge denies California’s attempt to intervene in Activision Blizzard settlement

Today in federal court, a judge said she will deny the state of California’s attempt to intervene in the $18 million settlement between Activision Blizzard and the EEOC, according to a report from Bloomberg. The denial prevents the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing from joining the EEOC’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard in order…

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UFC star Robert Whittaker is now a fully-voiced Skyrim companion

When Skyrim released back in the days of yore, 2011 AD, it probably didn’t occur to anyone that it’d be an ongoing concern ten years later. Less so, that a middleweight UFC fighter would be added to the game as a semi-official, fully-voiced companion mod. But here we are. Robert Whittaker is now in Skyrim….

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Silent Hill Creator Suggests It Would Be Difficult to Pull Off a Successful Remake

In a recent interview, Silent Hill creator KeiichiroToyama discusses why remaking the original Silent Hill games would be difficult. Keiichiro Toyama, the creator of the Silent Hill series, has been busy since he departed Sony Japan Studio last year. With Kazunobu Sato and Junya Okura from the Siren game series, he formed the new Bokeh…

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Gotta go fast: Sonic is coming to Tesla’s in-car system

Sega is bringing back the original 1991 Sonic the Hedgehog game — this time for Tesla Arcade. A PR representative for the company told The Verge that Sonic the Hedgehog 1 will be available on all Tesla models but did not share a timeline. Elon Musk tweeted about the new Sonic game by once again…

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Roblox faces new allegations of being unsafe for children

PC Gamer described Roblox earlier this year as a “gaming megaplatform making its own rules.” Unfortunately, some of these rules seem clearly designed to protect Roblox from legal liability, rather than to keep its young-skewing community from harm. YouTube channel People Make Games dug deeper into the matter in August with a video alleging exploitative…

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