Two lawsuits have been filed in South Korea, challenging the Shutdown Law as unconstitutional. The law prohibits those under sixteen from playing games for a nightly six hour block so they can do more constructive things. Parents and teenagers with a Korean organization representing culture filed a suit claiming the law doesn’t take into account the parental right to educate their children. The other lawsuit was filed by NCsoft, Neowiz, and Nexon, also claiming the Shutdown Law is unjust. More on Kotaku.
If you’re planning to jump into the Dauntless founder’s alpha this weekend now that it’s live, these weapon tutorials will probably come in handy.
Space battles in Star Wars Battlefront 2 look rather cool.
Have a look at the hub town in Monster Hunter World, crafting system, Wildspire Waste map and new monster Kulu-Ya-Ku
Earlier this week, Capcom dropped a new Monster Hunter World trailer providing a look at new monsters and the Wildspire Waste. Let’s pick it apart, shall we?
A Texas jury has reached a verdict in the ZeniMax vs Oculus lawsuit, awarding Bethesda’s parent company half a billion dollars.
According to the Hague, catching them all doesn’t mean Pokemon GO players should wander onto protected beaches.
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