10 Epic Video Game Console Fails

10 Epic Video Game Console Fails

Today, the console business is hardly lucrative, with a few notable exceptions. This has always been the case, with a few companies dominating the competition, such as Atari, Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Most people have heard about the success of the NES (for older readers), PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, and the more recent PlayStation 4. Unlike these success stories, we’re going to jump into the consoles many may have not heard about…

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Guy Beats Fallout 4 Without Killing Anyone, Nearly Breaks The Game

Guy Beats Fallout 4 Without Killing Anyone, Nearly Breaks The Game

Fallout 4 expects you to commit murder. While you can occasionally avoid killing others, the wasteland is ruthless and demands violence. That’s how Bethesda intended the game to be played, anyway—but clever players are finding ways around it. Back in July 2015, The Guardian interviewed Todd Howard, Fallout 4’s game director. Howard was asked about what playstyles the game would support—traditionally, Fallout games let players approach problems…

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The Humbling and Inspiring Tale of the Game That Proved Hitler’s Name Is Still Worth at Least A Million Dollars

The Humbling and Inspiring Tale of the Game That Proved Hitler's Name Is Still Worth at Least A Million Dollars

“The people who made Secret Hitler advertise it as a playable psychological model of how totalitarianism takes root. Their sales pitch also reassures that the game ‘doesn’t model the specifics of German parliamentary politics.’ Which makes sense: just as all art must draw some line around reality, so did Secret Hitler’s designers pick and choose from the horrific totality of actual-Hitler’s work, isolating just the right parts to weave into their party game.” By Rob Dubbin.

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Valve Says ‘No Unauthorized Actions’ Were Enabled On Improperly Viewed Steam Accounts

Valve Says 'No Unauthorized Actions' Were Enabled On Improperly Viewed Steam Accounts

Heads up, friends. Readers have reported and Game Informer can confirm that there is a security problem on Steam right now. You might find that you can see libraries belonging to other people. More importantly, if you attempt to access your account details, you’ll see data for other users.

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Steam Goes Nuts, Offers Access To Other People’s Accounts [UPDATES]

Steam Goes Nuts, Offers Access To Other People's Accounts [UPDATES]

Steam faced something of a catastrophe this afternoon, giving players across the world access to the personal information in other people’s accounts. It’s not yet clear how this happened, but it’s a doozy. Call it the Steam Winter Fail.

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