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We have a Golf Video Game again in PGA Tour 2K21

We have a Golf Video Game again in PGA Tour 2K21

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA - MARCH 11: Justin Thomas of the United States plays a tee shot during a practice round prior to The PLAYERS Championship on The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on March 11, 2020 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images) We have a new golf video game to look forward to, as Justin Thomas becomes the cover athlete of the new PGA Tour 2K21 game.It’s been a while since we had a golf video game that was both worth playing and included professional golfers. PGA Tour 2K21 comes out in August and will look to satisfy both of those requirements.I’ve been playing golf games for a long time. Probably 20 years, if not more. I can remember playing Tiger Woods games on my grandparent’s computer before I turned 10. Growing up playing video games an...
Islanders News: Trotz Talks; Pageau practices; Iskhakov to Finland

Islanders News: Trotz Talks; Pageau practices; Iskhakov to Finland

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Some light reading on a hot Saturday. Islanders links Barry Trotz called into Joe & Evan on WFAN for a wide-ranging talk on many topics including training during the pause, ramping the intensity back up after the pause and who’s coming back into the lineup if the NHL restarts. Also... Sorokin. Feels good to hear the coach’s voice. [some notes at Newsday, too] Jean-Gabriel Pageau hit the ice in Ottawa (along with a few other players, including Calvin de Haan and Claude Giroux) for the first time in months. He had been back in Gatineau since early in the quarantine stages. [Ottawa Sun] Cal Clutterbuck is still off the ice, but he’s been keeping his chirp game sharp by riding a Peloton and playing video games with his buddies. Also, he’s glad he doesn’t have any social media acc...
Summer game fest: how to watch this summer’s digital gaming events

Summer game fest: how to watch this summer’s digital gaming events

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Even though E3, Gamescom, and other summer gaming events have become online-only or outright canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems there’s still going to be a lot of gaming news this summer. Publishers and media have already scheduled many digital events, promising news and announcements, which could help fill the void left by the loss of the big tentpole events. And it seems likely that some of these events will provide early looks at the first Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 games, making them particularly intriguing. To help you keep track of everything that’s planned, we’ve collected every event that we know about in this post. We’ve put together details about each event, when they’re scheduled to happen, and how to watch them. Be sure to check back here often; we’ll be...
University of Minnesota won’t use Minneapolis police officers for football games, other events in wake of George Floyd death

University of Minnesota won’t use Minneapolis police officers for football games, other events in wake of George Floyd death

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University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel told students, faculty, and staff in a letter Wednesday the school will not have Minneapolis Police Department officers at football games and other large events in the wake of the police-involved death of George Floyd earlier this week.Gabel said the university's police officers will only call on the city's department for joint patrols and certain investigations.MICHAEL PORTER JR. SAYS TO 'PRAY FOR POLICE OFFICERS' INVOLVED IN GEORGE FLOYD'S DEATH“Our hearts are broken after watching the appalling video capturing the actions of Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) officers against George Floyd leading to his tragic death,” Gabel wrote.“Today I am announcing two immediate changes regarding our relationship with MPD.“First, I have directed Senio...
Why now is the time to embrace video games for kids

Why now is the time to embrace video games for kids

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CNN – Before the pandemic, video games were a weekend-only activity in our house, allowed for one hour a day, Saturday and Sunday.It was a compromise that worked for our family. My 7-year-old had a chance to dig in to his favorite games, and we parents felt like we were putting reasonable limits on an activity about which we were somewhat ambivalent.But now he's playing them daily — and I wouldn't have it any other way.In this lonely pandemic world, we still want our kids to get together to play, and they do, too. Unlike us boring grown-ups, they don't get much out of chatting in group texts or through FaceTime (or even those work Zoom meetings).They want to enter collective imagined spaces and discover the elastic possibilities that await. Only there, somewhere deep in the unreal, are ...
Physicality Games, new Online Physical Game Retailer, Announces its Grand Opening

Physicality Games, new Online Physical Game Retailer, Announces its Grand Opening

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Company exits soft launch with radical revision to pre-order system – $5 deposit secures any game – adds new features, updates, and a launch trailer. It has always been our vision to create a community with the best games and Deluxe Editions. A place where fans and collectors could always buy the game they wanted while also supporting charity.”— Bill SwartzFRISCO, TX, USA, May 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Newly established online video game retailer Physicality Games, in partnership with game publisher and developer Mastiff, today announced they have exited the soft launch phase of site operation and have officially entered the hard launch phase. Physicality Games’ “Grand Opening” ushers in a large list of changes and new site fe...
PUBG Mobile players should not attack vending machines on Miramar – Here’s why | Gaming News

PUBG Mobile players should not attack vending machines on Miramar – Here’s why | Gaming News

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New Delhi: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG) has a word of caution for the gaming lovers. The company has tweeted that players should not attack the vending machines on the Miramar map out of frustration. Because these machines will sound an alert on receiving damage. Once the alert is sounded, your rival teams will get to know about your location and may be not conducive for you. Never lucky Always remember to take out your frustration on the vending machine safely! https://t.co/0uoz2xo0DD pic.twitter.com/Fps4H728ql — PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) May 22, 2020 It may be mentioned that high demand for video games during COVID-19 lockdowns made blockbuster games PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile beat forecasts and also buoyed maker Tencent Holdings’ first-quarter revenue and pro...
John Wick Creator Reveals Two Video Game TV Series He’s Working On

John Wick Creator Reveals Two Video Game TV Series He’s Working On

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As part of a larger interview conducted by ComicBook.com with Derek Kolstad, creator of the John Wick franchise, he revealed that he is actually working on a couple different television show pitches for video game adaptations. But what, exactly, is Kolstad working on? Well, the answer might surprise you, as he is apparently shopping around pitches for adaptations of both last year's My Friend Pedro and 2017's Bendy and the Ink Machine."Well, I am doing A Company Man for David Leitch. I'm doing A Map From Nowhere for Chad Stahelski over at New Line. Both of them are remakes of movies that I fucking love. I've got A Darker Shade Of Magic, over at Sony, which has been a joy, with Victoria Schwab," Kolstad said when asked about what he was currently working on. "I'm going out with a pitch ...
Escaping lockdown into a world of video games is nothing to feel guilty about | Francisco Garcia | Opinion

Escaping lockdown into a world of video games is nothing to feel guilty about | Francisco Garcia | Opinion

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No, I don’t have any illusions about what I’ve become since the start of this year. Like so many other slightly uncomfortable things in my life, this occupation started as an ill-defined joke. Wouldn’t it be funny, I thought to myself, if I bought a games console for the first time in a decade. If nothing else, wouldn’t it just be a small, deserved protest against the stresses of adulthood? When I tried to explain this decision to my loved ones, it was greeted with tolerant concern. In the nothing days between Christmas and new year my partner asked if this was a distraction I really needed in a busy life. “Just wait a bit,” she said, as if speaking to a slightly unruly child, “until you’re really sure it’s what you want.” And in what felt like seconds later, there I was, in a Peckham ...
Man Travels World for Good News, Essential Workers Tribute Video

Man Travels World for Good News, Essential Workers Tribute Video

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PHOTO: Shutterstock Dillon Hill of Sacramento earned international attention in 2018 when he dropped out of UC Davis to help his childhood friend Chris Betancourt complete a bucket list. Betancourt was diagnosed with Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia as a young child and as a teenager in 2017 was told he had about two years to live. One of the items on the list was to break the world record for the most bone marrow donation sign-ups and because of the amount of publicity around their story, over 11,000 people joined the bone marrow registry, resulting in a match for Betancourt that saved his life.These days, Hill is continuing to help as many people as possible put a smile on their face, at a time when smiles are more than welcome. Hill created a Live for Another documentary series, a cr...