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Politics and video games. The Six Days in Fallujah controversy

Video games are entertainment media. A large majority of the headlines refrain from commenting on society, and even those considered more profound prefer to examine more general aspects of the human condition, rather ...
Animal Crossing New Horizons Joe Biden Elections

Nintendo bans political messages within Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has recently received a new update dedicated to the winter season and for the occasion Nintendo has published a series of regulations to moderate the contents present within the islands set up for online interactions, addressed ...
Fallout 76 Facebook Militia Ban

Facebook accidentally bans a Fallout 76 militia

During the past month, Facebook has begun to implement a new regulation on Facebook Groups, to prevent the growth of anti-government groups, by banning hundreds of groups belonging to various American militias. However, ...
Nexus Mod Politics Trump Biden

Nexus Mods bans political discussions throughout 2020

The televised debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump which took place a few days ago, created a rather tense climate on the internet, to the point of forcing Nexus Mod, the popular modding site for PC, to ban any ...
Animal Crossing New Horizons Joe Biden Elections

Joe Biden comes to Animal Crossing

The world of politics over the years has had to adapt to the arrival of new technologies and with the arrival of lockdowns due to COVID, party leaders are looking for a way to carry out their propaganda ...

The lead engineer of Metroid Prime was "disappointed" with the Wii hardware

Nintendo Wii is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and successful video game consoles ever marketed but if we have to talk about ...

Halo Infinite, with the arrival of the first cheaters, console players are asking ...

Although the release of the Halo Infinite free multiplayer beta took place less than two weeks ago, in the last few hours the FPS community is ...

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