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What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 1:27 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

Rust, the extremely popular multiplayer survival game that made $2 million in 2 days, has added new features to make the new player experience more friendly. The timing of these updates is certainly interesting.

The soft side of a stone wall


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What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 1:31 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

Despite losing the exclusive rights to make video games based on the Star Wars franchise, the massive game developer Electronic Arts (EA) is not ready to call the relationship quits just yet.

Please, don’t go…


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What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 1:49 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

Resident Evil: Village, the upcoming entry in the horror video game franchise Resident Evil, is supposed to be the scariest game in the series. However, the Internet seems to be having other feelings, specifically towards one of the antagonists, other than fright.

A scary castle that you actually might not want to leave


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Credit: Tesla

What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 2:07 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

Tesla, the billion-dollar electric car company, divulged some details on their new Model S coming out in March, including some impressive gaming capabilities.

True gaming on the go


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Credit: Know Your Meme

What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 2:46 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

GameStop, the brick-and-mortar video game retailer, recently experienced a massive surge in share price of approximately 1,400% since the start of the year. However, such investor interest may not necessarily translate with gamers.

Goliath, meet r/wallstreetbets


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Credit: X Games

What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 1:57 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

A professional gamer prematurely retires from esports (competitive video gaming) after sustaining a serious thumb injury, proving that esports athletes are similarly susceptible to forced retirement like other pro athletes.

Professional gamers have a shelf life too


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What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 4:57 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

  1. The New York Times published an piece about the perceived negative effects of increasing screen time among children during the pandemic. But what about the benefits?
  2. Jason Schreier, investigative reporter extraordinaire, exposed the transgressions surrounding the development of Cyberpunk 2077 — the biggest game of the year. Or was supposed to be, anyway.

Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate


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What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 3:25 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

The New York Times published an piece about the perceived negative effects of increasing screen time among children during the pandemic. But what about the benefits?

Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate


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On the second weekend of January, millions of football fans were plopped on the couch, glued to their televisions, cheering for their favorite team as they witnessed professional football players duke it out in the NFL Wild Card Weekend.

What was I doing?

I too was plopped on the couch and glued to my television. But instead of cheering for Tom Brady, I was cheering for Bubzia, a speedrunner who live-streamed himself playing Super Mario 64 as part of Awesome Games Done Quick. On average, the game takes 12 hours to beat. He beat it in 39 minutes. Blindfolded.


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Credit: The Guardian

What gamers are talking about, boiled down, in 2:58 minutes.

What’s being boiled down today?

Jason Schreier, investigative reporter extraordinaire, exposed the transgressions surrounding the development of Cyberpunk 2077 — the biggest game of the year. Or was supposed to be, anyway.

All this whistle blowing is making our ears hurt

Matt Eng

Writer, gamer, seeker of simplicity.

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