Willy Wonka Event Becomes Video Game Parody Gold Mine
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by Kenneth Shepard
2d ago
If you somehow haven’t heard about the infamous “Willy’s Chocolate Experience” event that was held in Glasgow on February 24 and canceled a day in, the entire saga is wild. The children’s event (tickets cost £35, roughly $44 USD) was promoted as “a place where chocolate dreams become reality,” only for it to be a… Read more ..read more
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New Study Shows Kids Are Bullied For Not Spending Money In Free-To-Play Games
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by Zack Zwiezen
4d ago
New data from Norway examines how video games influence children, their social behaviors, and their spending habits. It turns out, younger players are being bullied over their lack of cosmetic skins, are using in-game items to become more popular, and are struggling to avoid all the ads and user-made scams connected… Read more ..read more
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‘I Love Fortnite’: Lady Gaga Appears To Be Playing The Battle Royale
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by Alyssa Mercante
1w ago
Lady Gaga dropped into Fortnite Festival season 2 just a few days ago, and she’s already shaking up the battle royale—not only with her themed cosmetics, but also with her actual presence. Yes, it appears that Lady Gaga—the woman who once asked “what is fortnight?”—is playing Fortnite. And she’s not the only pop girly… Read more ..read more
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Lady Gaga Teases Fortnite Festival Performance With Throwback Meme
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by Alyssa Mercante
1w ago
Little Monsters, rise up—Lady Gaga is coming to Fortnite. On February 20, the pop superstar-turned-actor shared a smoky, mysterious picture to X (formerly Twitter) that appears to show her Fortnite character model. The image is accompanied by one word that’s also a nod to a five-year-old meme: “*fortnite.” The post… Read more ..read more
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Disney Will Develop A 'New Persistent Universe' With Epic Games
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by Jen Glennon
3w ago
Disney is making its biggest push yet into video games. On February 7, the Mouse House and Fortnite creator Epic Games announced plans to create new games and an entertainment universe where consumers can “play, watch, shop and engage with content, characters and stories from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, Avatar… Read more ..read more
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Fortnite Is Currently Filled With Racist AI-Generated Art
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by Zack Zwiezen
1M ago
If you boot up Fortnite right now and start digging around through the game’s massive amount of user-created content, you’ll quickly notice a strange pattern: Many user-made maps and modes feature AI-generated artwork of large men, often shirtless, smiling, and holding food. Some of these images also feature crude,… Read more ..read more
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Thanks To New EU Rules, Fortnite Is Coming Back To iPhones
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by Zack Zwiezen
1M ago
Following new European Union rules, Epic announced that it is launching the Epic Games Store on iPhone later this year and will also be bringing Fortnite back to iOS, too. Read more ..read more
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British Army Planned To Use Fortnite In Recruitment Campaign [Update]
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by John Walker
1M ago
Join us in trying to think of something more gross than a nation’s army using a children’s video game as a recruitment tool. That was the plan of the British Army, who thought it might be rather jolly to recruit some influencers to play Fortnite, to promote joining their ranks. However, it looks like they’ve since… Read more ..read more
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Rock Band Devs Announce No More DLC, Focusing On Fortnite Now
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by Zack Zwiezen
1M ago
Harmonix, the Epic Games-owned studio behind the popular rhythm game franchise Rock Band, has officially announced that it is wrapping up its weekly DLC releases for 2015's Rock Band 4. It will now focus on supporting Fortnite Festival, instead. Read more ..read more
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Prince of Persia, Last of Us Season 2, And More Of The Week's Hottest Takes
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by Kotaku Staff
1M ago
January can often be a slow month for games news, but 2024 is already proving to be an exception. From the surprisingly good new Prince of Persia game to new cast announcements for HBO’s The Last of Us, here’s our thoughts on the week’s biggest stories in and around video games. Read more ..read more
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