Both Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition and the two remaining pieces of DLC release just in time for the holidays. For season pass owners, End of Zoe will be available as an update and everyone has access to the free Not a Hero DLC.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may be the reigning champ among big phones, but the Huawei Mate 10 Pro holds its own. We compare the two flagship handsets to see which has the better specs, cameras, design, and more.
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Want to earn access to the best and fanciest cars in Forza? Our Forza 7 Collector’s Score Guide will help you to be able to boost your collector’s score and reach the tier 5 fast.
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A concept artist for Creative Assembly has reportedly shared scrapped designs for a potential Halo Wars 3. The studio’s Halo Wars 2 launched on both Xbox One and Windows 10 earlier this year.
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The founder of Feminist Frequency refuses to be defined by the horrific abuse she has faced online. Instead, she has launched a new project, The FREQ Show, looking at the media in the age of Trump
It has been five years since the feminist critic and blogger Anita Sarkeesian became the target for a staggeringly vicious online hate campaign after producing the online video series Tropes vs Women in Video Games. Given the scale of the harassment she has been experiencing non-stop for half a decade – including a continuous barrage of rape and death threats, a bomb scare and a game in which players can punch an image of her face – it’s almost surprising to see her so relaxed and at ease, having played a couple of rounds of Mario Kart at the Guardian’s London office. It’s only when she speaks that she reveals a cautiousness most of us lack; Sarkeesian chooses her words carefully, ever mindful of what may spark even more abuse. “The biggest difference is that I don’t monitor our social media any more,” she says.
Sarkeesian is the founder of Feminist Frequency, a not-for-profit educational organisation “that analyses modern media’s relationship to societal issues such as gender, race and sexuality”. She suffered under Gamergate, the campaign conducted under the guise of representing those concerned about ethics in game journalism, but which was, in reality, a hashtagged rallying cry for those wanting to harass women in the games industry. As Feminist Frequency tweeted in June of this year, “Gamergate still exists, still harasses marginalised voices and still affects our daily lives. The abuse has never stopped.”