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Survey: YouTube monetizes sexualized videos of minors, often accompanied by predator comments. Epic Games Pauses All Pre-Roll Ads Following a Request

Children's videos showing their exposed buttocks, underwear and genitals accumulate millions of views on YouTube – the site displays ads from leading cosmetics and car brands. The comments under dozens of videos seem to show that pedophiles share timestamps for… Continue Reading →

Steam iron plug on PC games is probably over even if Epic Games Store fails

At the end of January, Deep Silver fired Metro Exodus from Steam and moved to the Epic Games Store. This was the latest in a series of prestigious, perhaps more remarkable, defections, as it had happened two weeks earlier. MetroThe… Continue Reading →

This week in games: Hollow Knight gets a sequel, Neill Blomkamp makes a trailer of Anthem live-action

What did I miss? Sorry, I've been locked in a room for about a week and I was finishing our reviews of Metro Exodus, Far Cry New Dawn, and Crackdown 3. Was there news this week? Does anything exist outside… Continue Reading →

US Copyright Office denied a copyright application for the "Carlton Dance", a blow to performers seeking to get the right to dance emotes in games like Fortnite

A government reviewer also questioned the presentation of the actor's performance on "Dancing With the Stars" on ABC, citing Internet searches involving famous partners and raising a business problem. The US Copyright Office is skeptical about Fresh Prince of Bel-Air… Continue Reading →

This week in the games: The Groundhog Day movie has a VR sequel, Creative Assembly is making fun of a new shooter

Well, they were a few days late for groundhog day, but Bill Murray's movie marmot day becomes a sequel. The weird part? It is actually virtual and is developed by Tequila Works. This news, along with free copies of Axiom… Continue Reading →

Q & A with Zynga's CEO on the reorganization of the once-besieged gaming company, as key acquisitions and the move to mobile overcome the decline of Facebook and web games

Zynga was made public in 2011, and it's developed rapidly thanks to the strength of social games like FarmVille. But that skidded in 2013 and the descent began. Frank Gibeau, a former Electronic Arts executive, joined the group as CEO… Continue Reading →

Preview of New World, a colonization MMORPG that is expected to be Amazon's first video game to debut, five years after Amazon said it wants to create video games

Amazon's intrusion into the gaming industry is proof that no one can make their way to a hit. Five years have passed since the online retailer, which is worth more than most (if not all) major video game publishers, has… Continue Reading →

Tech Fix: Do your children accumulate fees on mobile games? Here's how to fight

One of them is Ask to Buy, a set of controls that requires a parent to approve each app purchase on a child's device. It can be configured with the following steps: A parent first configures a family sharing account,… Continue Reading →

Microsoft would like to use Xbox Live to support cross-platform games such as Fortnite

Microsoft looks set to expand the reach of its gaming ecosystem by connecting games on iOS, Android and even the Nintendo Switch to its Xbox Live multiplayer platform. Sharing successes, friend lists and gaming was the first step towards creating… Continue Reading →

Amid a seemingly small gamut of games for 2019, Sony reports that operating profit in gaming has dropped 14 percent year-over-year to about $ 666 million for the quarter vacation; stock down 8% +

Sony Corp. announced lower profits in the PlayStation sector and reduced its annual revenue forecast, causing the biggest drop in its share in nearly three and a half years. The stock fell 8.1% in Tokyo Monday, its strongest since September… Continue Reading →

This Week In The Games: The Starbreeze's Stupid Tale of Starvation, Overwatch Players Learn the Piano with Guns

In 2018, Telltale fell out of favor. 2019 could be the following year: Starbreeze, another studio once loved, follows. Below, you will find excerpts from the long talk of Eurogamer on the subject, which explains in detail how Overkill took… Continue Reading →

Tencent Games expands the anti-addiction system to 16 additional titles

Read 1 min Tencent Games expands its anti-addiction system to 16 more mobile games, after worrying that Chinese young people spend too much time on gaming. The company said Thursday in a WeChat post (in Chinese) that the Healthy Gaming… Continue Reading →

Sources: Apple provides a subscription service for games; he started discussions with game developers in the second half of 2018

By Alex Heath Apple provides a subscription service for games, according to five people familiar with the subject. The service would work as Netflix for games, allowing users who pay a subscription fee to access a bulk list of titles…. Continue Reading →

This week in games: Pillars of Eternity II switches to turn-based mode, Farming Simulator bets big on esports

It's one of those weeks when everyone drops trailers at once. Layers of fear 2, The sky, Far Cry: New Dawn, Yakuza KiwamiPC port, and more – more Pillars of eternity II gets a turn-based mode, and Agriculture simulator go… Continue Reading →

Unsealed documents show that Facebook orchestrated a multi-year effort that pushed children who play video games to fool the idea of ​​spending money on their parents' money

By Nathan Halverson / January 24, 2019 This story was originally published by Reveal of the Center for Investigative Reporting, a non-profit news organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at discovernews.org and subscribe to the Reveal… Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Google caught hosting the violent Android games from Hezbollah

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " The Holy Defense game is hosted on Google Play.Forbes Holy Defense looks like your typical shoot-up. The Android game sees the protagonist running around in a copy of the Sayyeda Zeinab mosque in… Continue Reading →

This week in the games: The Royal Battle of Call of Duty is free, Steam has moved 15 exabytes of data in 2018

This week, the Spring Break season begins in earnest. "But Hayden, have not we just finished the holiday season?" Yeah, tell me about that. But the Resident Evil 2 next Friday's remake begins about a month and a half of… Continue Reading →

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, video games and the new online place

Aurich / Getty Over the weekend, tens of thousands of people, including a US Congressman, gathered online to watch the flow of someone playing marathon. Donkey Kong 64. The most remarkable thing about this is perhaps the lack of organic… Continue Reading →

Tron CEO, 28, wants to use blockchain and BitTorrent games to decentralize Internet

About 80% of companies that raised funds via initial coin offers (ICOs) were referred to as scams by researchers in the Satis group. But Justin Sun, the 28-year-old CEO of Tron, wants to prove that his business is different. Sun,… Continue Reading →

The best PlayStation VR 2019 boxing games

Did Muhammad Ali or Mike Tyson fight one of your idols growing up? Have you ever wanted to know what you felt like to win the boxing glove? Maybe watching Ronda Rousey knock out his opponent in less than 5… Continue Reading →

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