It’s not all good news in Nintendo land, as they’ve been refunding copies of Scarlet Pokemon Y pokemon purplewhile fans have been angry with him need for speed Twitter account, and fragmented cell is back, but probably not in the way you want.
Read about all this and more in today’s roundup of gaming news.
After breaking franchise records, players seek refunds for Scarlet Pokemon Y pokemon purple
We reported in yesterday’s news summary that Scarlet Pokemon Y pokemon purple it sold 10 million copies in the first three days of its release, breaking the record for the best-selling Nintendo game in that time period. But today we can report that people are turning around and Requesting refunds from Nintendo after witnessing the poor performance of the games. It wouldn’t be too surprising to find out that people are refunding games, as some might compare it to the disastrous release status of cyberpunk 2077 and how PlayStation refunded in-game purchases after fans caused quite a stir.
Interestingly, Nintendo, Game Freak, and The Pokemon Company have been silent on the issue thus far, and it’s unknown if a patch will be released for the games to improve their performance. But there are solutions to poor game performance, including a newly discovered one that involves moving the the game data on your SD card to the console itself, in case you don’t want to refund the game.
the fragmented cell the franchise is getting a new entry, but it’s not a game
fragmented cell fans prepare to be disappointed as we will get more fragmented cell content but it is not a game that we will get, it is a fragmented cell radio play. If you want to listen to the radio play, which is called Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Firewall, will begin broadcasting from December 2, 2022 on BBC Radio 4. Andonis Anthony will play Sam Fisher, and Daisy Head, Sacha Dhawan, Will Poulter and Nikesh Patel will also provide their voices to the project. . Of course, Ubisoft announced that we would get a fragmented cell remake soon so maybe tune in to the radio drama in the meantime.
Fans believe that EA crossed the line with the need for speed Twitter account
In what might be the strangest news of the day, EA apologized after the Twitter account of need for speed He started insulting the fans. They’ve since deleted the (funny) offensive tweets in question, but hardcore fans have managed to keep their receipts, as you can see in the exchange above. The official Twitter account tweeted,
“We admit we got a bit caught up in the launch hype and some of our recent responses on social media crossed the line. To those fans we upset, we apologize. We will do better. See you here next week.”
Of course, his new game, need for speed unleashed it’s releasing next week, so you can’t blame the account for being overly excited about its release. At the end of the day, it seems like a classic case of players being able to deal but not hold when being embarrassed by a very public Twitter account. It’s all fun and games until a huge corporation decides to take its ball and go home.
Grand Theft Auto VI could be released in 2024
According to Microsoft, Grand Theft Auto VI it will likely launch in 2024. In our news roundup yesterday, we mentioned that the Competition and Markets Authority was investigating Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision/Blizzard. In Microsoft’s lengthy response, they mentioned that they believe that Grand Theft Auto VI it could launch in 2024, which isn’t really out of the realm of possibility.
They wrote that “the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI is expected to launch in 2024.” We know that Rockstar Games is working on the game, and from the status of the recent game leaks, it seemed like they were making good progress. Though even if Microsoft knows that Rockstar will release the game in 2024, there’s always a chance it could be delayed. So fans of the game should be patient, but it looks like we’re getting closer to the release of the next entry in the game. Grand Theft Auto franchise.