This is another big day in the gaming world. We’ve heard all about the big sales numbers, hearty reviews, and brazen scams. Topping things off are a few controversies. Today’s stories range from the news of Nintendo breaking the fake storefront to the Games Industry CEO making a total of $842 million in 2020. Awesome Games Done Quick also raised Raised $2 million in record time. Pretty fast! Read on to learn more.
PSA: Nintendo warns of fake websites trying to sell discounted products
You think those sales are too good to be true? Well, they really are. Nintendo has alert their customers that a website has masquerading as an official store. This appears to be complete with graphics, logos and everything else. “We recently confirmed the existence of a website that fakes Nintendo’s website,” the company said in a statement. Nintendo Switch, as if they could be purchased at a hugely discounted price. ” Hopefully there won’t be more customers getting boxes full of bricks than consoles.
Dying Light 2 Devs committed to support 5 years after launch
The developer behind Dying Light, Techland, is best known for supporting its games. The company provided the title with new and updated content for years after its release. Techland is obviously planning same thing for Dying Light 2. “Want to know what happens after the release? We’re guaranteed to expand the world of Dying Light 2 for at least 5 years after launch with new stories, locations, in-game events, and all the fun you’ll love,” the company said. company notice. This is good news for fans of the franchise, who also learned this week that Dying Light 2 took 500 hours to fully complete.
Troy Baker allegedly failed to refund pledge on abandoned crowdfunding project
Troy Baker is on the rise lately. Baker just announced that he plans to create “the world’s first voiced NFT.” This has of course drawn all sorts of controversies from people on both sides of the NFT debate. The voice actor is now come under the fire from supporters of his crowdfunded music project. This is called the Window to the Monastery. Perks include signed copies of profiles and photos. The problem is that Baker never seems to actually offer any of these. Backers have requested a refund, but have received no response from Baker.
Great game complete Fastest break another record – Fastest raise 2 million dollars
The amazing game finished fast will end tomorrow. The extended carnival is all about…well, making games quickly. While there are a lot of new records, the most interesting might just be the ones that hit $1 million, $1.5 million, and $2 million the fastest. lift up for charity. “I am extremely happy with the support we have received so far and are excited to see how far it will go,” said Chief Operating Officer Matt Merkle. “Thank you to everyone who has donated so far – all for a great cause.” Donations will go directly to the Cancer Prevention Foundation.
Game Industry CEOs Made Nearly $1 Billion Last Year
Executives in the game industry make an incredible amount last year. The total number is 842 million dollars. Activision Blizzard’s Robert Kotick is the second highest earner with $154,613,318, which equates to 1,560 average employees. This is despite ongoing controversies at the company about everything from poor pay and working conditions to sexism and sexual harassment. While there have been many calls for his resignation, Kotick has given absolutely no indication that he plans to leave Activision Blizzard.
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