Jesse D Morgan
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Articles by Jesse D Morgan
ESPN and ABC announces that they will not air an Apex Legends event out of respect for the victims of last weekend’s mass shootings.
Nintendo releases a new trailer for the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Quest 11 that puts an emphasis on the world of Erdrea.
For many fans, Breath of the Wild comes as close as a game can to perfection, but it still had annoyances that the team could address for the sequel.
Seattle-based used game store Pink Gorilla got a huge surprise when a man traded in an ultra-rare Nintendo World Championships NES cartridge.
Borderlands 3 will give PS4 Pro owners a few options, including a choice between running the game at a higher resolution or a higher framerate.
A new study finds that, between merchandising and advertising, PewDiePie makes more money than any other streamer on YouTube by a large margin.
Bumble, the female-first dating app, has teamed up with esports organization Gen.G to build an all-female competitive Fortnite team.
Former Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aime takes to Twitter to help defend games against Trump's claims that they cause violence.
An update to Harry Potter: Wizards Unite adds an interactive AR Portkey which will allow players to unlock a famous location from the franchise.
Capcom announces that fans only have a few days to grab Ducktales: Remastered before it gets removed from digital storefronts for good.
A Mortal Kombat 11 player who currently holds the top rank has relied DDOS attacks on opponents in order to cheat their way to the top.
The Entertainment Software Association cites scientific studies that show games and gun violence have no relationship to each other.
Pro Smash Bros player CaptainZack admits to asking pro player Ally to throw his matches in the wake of a sexual abuse controversy.
Famed horror director John Carpenter took to Twitter to praise a new gameplay video for Borderlands 3, stating that the game looks 'absolutely awesome!!!'
A Final Fantasy 14 player in Japan who focuses on home decoration creates an entire Japanese town inside of their in-game mansion.