Here’s a quick rundown of some of the stories you may have missed in the world of gaming for February 2018.
-Skate 4 Coming Soon?
-The Console Wars Are Over?
-PUBG Hits 30 Million, Losing Concurrent Players
-Fortnite Breaks PUBGs Concurrent Players Record
-Hawaii Introduces Loot Crate Bills
-PS4 Pro Update for Non-4K Users
-Destiny 2 Player Count Alarmingly Low
-Dr. Disrespect Breaks Twitch
Atari created the demand for gaming at home with the release of the 2600 in 1977. But as quickly as it came, the bubble had burst in just a few short years, and Atari as we knew it was dead. The video game market had crumbled. But just when the United States was ready to give up on gaming at home, a pair of Japanese companies were poised to resurrect the industry. And the competition between them created ripples still being felt today. Nintendo and Sega duked it out with the NES and Master System, followed by the SNES and the Genesis. But nothing could prepare them for the new contender about to arrive, and change the world of console.
Cheating is not new, since humans have had any form of competition, there are those who will cheat to get ahead. Cheating in games has been around almost as long as the games themselves. But now cheaters can make money, and it’s only making the problem worse.
Battalion 1944 is available on Steam via Early Access as of February 1st. It’s on sale right now for $13.49, going back to $14.99 tomorrow. But is it worth it?
Loot Crates are Back, PUBG is a Beast, Nintendo Labo is Trash and More