Welcome to the weekend. At last, you have been sleeping in, so you may have gotten behind on everything else in the gaming world, but weve got this daily news roundup on your phone. Today, we discovered that Activision Blizzard was backtracking on its diversity tool, a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York was livestreamed on Twitch, and Reggie Fils-Aime is not certain that Nintendo has withdrawn from this competition. These are just our top three stories and so read on
Reggie Fils-Aime Doesn''t Think F-Zero Has Been Abandoned by Nintendo
Reggie Fils-Aime believes that while working in Kyoto, some developers were always exploring different gameplay modes, regardless of whether or not the franchise would continue to support the franchise.
Releases from Kingdom Hearts Cloud have been updated in order to inform you when to not play.
The Nintendo Switch Cloud Version has been updated to keep players informed of server congestion. This appears to be a common issue. Currently, developers of Kingdom Hearts 3 have decided to select prioritize performance and graphics quality when it comes to playing the game. The comments include for christ sakes, simply give us a native port, and "who cares, eventually make native ports for all the games."
Players from Team Fortress 2 speak out against a two-year bullying crisis.
The players in Team Fortress 2 have encountered various game breaking challenges, ranging from widespread racism in the community to the widespread use of bots and hacks. SquimJim, a YouTube channel, has been addressing these issues and criticizing Valve, who is "totally okay just putting out community made stuff every few months for some quick money. I think this is where we need to make a big deal. At this point, what do we have to lose?
Activision Blizzard Uncues About Diversity Tool and Dials Things Down After Backlash
Activision Blizzard has experienced a lot of damage since the company''s allegations of sexual abuse and workplace misconduct last year. The latest development is that it has apparently been using a tool to rank some of its characters according to a particular diversity index. The company has now backtracked on this whole thing in the face of widespread criticism. "It is not a substitute for any other important effort by our teams in this regard, nor will it alter our company''s hiring objectives."
Mass Shooting, Described As Racially Motivated Violent Extremism Planned On Discord, Streamed On Twitch
After a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, Payton Gendron was charged with several counts of murder. Police have described the incident as racial extremism. Gendron was apparently radicalized by a string of racist posts on 4chan. The shooter then directed the execution before streaming the tragic events on Twitch. This is the worst nightmare that any community can face, and we are hurting and we are seeingthing right now, according to Mayor Byron Brown. The depth of pain that families are experiencing right now cannot