Video: Nintendo Minute rank Hades characters with Supergiant Games – Round 1

Nintendo Minute‘s latest episode just released, and it features the roster of Hades characters. Kit and Krysta said in the video description that “we’re are so excited today to have special guest Greg Kasavin, Creative Director of Hades join us today for the first of a four part series ranking Hades characters! The game is […]

Among Us Spam Attack Bombards Players With Pro-Trump Message

Among Us is under attack from a series of spam attacks which may have already affected millions of games given the immense popularity of developer Inner Sloth’s social murder-mystery game. The spam attack, nicknamed “Eris Loris” bombards an Among Us game’s chat log with a message to subscribe to Eris Loris’ YouTube channel and to vote for Donald Trump in the 2020 U.S. Presidential elections. AGAIN!? TWICE IN A ROW #AmongUsGame #ErisLoris pic.twitter.com/PhM9qyNiUN
— TFAnimations (@tf_animations) October 23, 2020 InnerSloth, the developers of Among Us, acknowledged the spam attack on its official Twitter account and says it’s “super duper aware of the current hacking issue[.]” InnerSloth pushed out an emergency server update to try and combat the problem, but it might not be enough. Eurogamer spoke with the alleged creator of the spam attack who explained their motives, which if true, are pretty straightforward. Eris Loris’ YouTube channel already promotes homemade hacks for a variety of different games, and the spam attack is a publicity stunt. The rapid spread of the spam attack in Among Us is in part due to help from volunteers who are contributing servers. As for the pro-Trump message, the alleged creator simply says “I’m a college student and I support Trump[.]” Hello everyone, We're are super duper aware of the current hacking issue and we're looking into it. We will be pushing out an emergency server update so people who are in game will get kicked from games. Please play private games or with people that you trust!!! Bare with us!!
— InnerSloth (@InnerslothDevs) October 23, 2020 Players are still reporting spam messages in Among Us a day after the developers said they're rolling out a fix, and InnerSloth says players might get kicked from games as “emergency maintenance” continues. Among Us was originally released in 2018 but has become incredibly popular as people stayed home for shelter-in-place orders during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s bec..

Snowy survival game The Long Dark is going full-on horror this Halloween

Developer Hinterland's superb post-apocalyptic survival game The Long Dark – which sees players prowling its snowy wilderness with nothing but a stash of rapidly dwindling resources and invariably soggy underpants – is already a wonderfully tense experience. This year, however, Hinterland is aiming to go from tense to terrifying as part of its new Escape […]

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What Were the Big Advancements of This Console Gen?

Welcome back to Game Scoop!, IGN's weekly video game talk show. This week your Omega Cops — Daemon Hatfield, Tina Amini, Sam Claiborn, and Justin Davis — are discussing the big advancements of this console generation, a “new” Fire Emblem, British retro gaming, and so much more. The music in this episode is from Super Castlevania IV and Symphony of the Night. Watch the video above or hit the link below to your favorite podcast service. Listen on: Apple Podcasts YouTube Spotify Stitcher Find previous episodes here!