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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s sales (already) surpasses other games, accessories, and digital cards on Amazon

Amazon reports that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the best-selling video game product of all time in 2018. This is just crazy, considering that we’ve had so many blockbuster games this year. Just a few that I can think of off the top of my head are Marvel’s Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2, Call of …

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Black Ops 4 Battle Edition lets you play 2 of 3 game modes for a cheaper price

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be releasing a new, cheaper version that gives players access to just Multiplayer and Blackout modes with the ability to add Zombies separately. This new version will retail for just $29.99 (for now) and is called the Black Ops 4 Battle Edition, exclusively for PC. Activision and Treyarch announced the news …

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Nintendo adds 3 more classic NES games to Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will be getting a new trio of titles to the library this December. The three new games for December 2018 are Ninja Gaiden, Adventures of Lolo, and Wario’s Woods. Nintendo Switch Online debuted this past September and is the official and only way to play the Switch online. Playing online for Nintendo has …

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Last Year: The Nightmare comes to PC December 18; Console versions planned

Elastic Games has finally revealed that they’ll be releasing Last Year: The Nightmare after two months of silence following its closed beta. The asymmetrical multiplayer horror game will be coming out on PC on December 18 with consoles following in 2019. Many fans have been following Last Year: The Nightmare for quite some time now …

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South Korea’s “ELO boost law” fines boosters up to $18K (or 2 year jail time)

South Korea has some major influence over the esports community with many highly successful players over a wide span of titles. The competitive landscape of esports must be maintained with integrity as South Korea had many problems with players using hacks and ELO boosting, which is basically a way to increase their in-game “rank” by using …

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