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Archive for the ‘Editorials’ Category

Bad Press: Disbarred Ex-Lawyer Jack Thompson Returns, Is Still A Pathological Liar

Jack Thompson is much more than the pathological liar on a never ending quest to destroy video games. He’s also a disgraced ex-lawyer disbarred over ten years ago for no less than 31 charges of inappropriate conduct inside and out of the courtroom, for intimidating and harassing opposition, whose rambling court arguments have been described […]

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MMO Fallout’s Tips For 2019: Consumer/Industry Edition

I am a neglectful person. First I barely acknowledge MMO Fallout hitting nine years old last year, and now I look back at the archives and find out that I never published a predictions piece for 2018? You really get your money’s worth with this website, let me tell you. So in that vein, let’s […]

Japan Criminalizes Editing Save Games, Punishable With Jail Time And Fines

Today’s news comes to us from Japan, and if you thought the recent Korean law criminalizing paid boosting was an overreach, just wait until you see this. Japanese lawmakers passed an amendment to the Unfair Competition Prevention law that makes the modification of save game data illegal within the country. The law not only effects […]

Beta Perspective: Realm Royale On Playstation 4

I’ve been spending most of my PS4 time over the past couple of months playing H1Z1 and now Realm Royale, and I have to say I find the Battle Royale genre far more enjoyable on the consoles than on PC. Maybe it’s because of the rampant cheating on PC, maybe it’s because I’m 30 and […]

[NM] Splitgate: Arena Warfare Is Halo Meets Portal

1047 Games, development studio behind Splitgate: Arena Warfare, has announced a partnership with Overwolf, gaming application developer, to deliver in-game apps for its upcoming shooter Splitgate: Arena Warfare. The in-game apps will assist in tracking in-game stats, communication, and more. The platform itself encourages third-party developers to create applications aimed at providing players with stat […]

Project Stream Sweetens Deal: Free Assassin’s Creed Odyssey For One Hour Of Your Time

Back in October, Google offered a pretty sweet deal to get people beta testing its service Project Stream: Test the service, and we’ll let you play the very new Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey until the test ends in January. We’ll even give you 1000 helix credits (cash shop currency) to get you going. Unfortunately your save […]

[Video] Magnificent 5 Exclusive 105 Minute Game Preview

Here at MMO Fallout, we strive to constantly bring you the most exciting content we can find on the internet. In lieu of that, today we have for you nearly an hour and forty five minutes of exclusive gameplay footage from Magnificent 5, the award winning battle royale spinoff title from the award winning Wild […]

Editorial: Wild West Online Doesn’t Care, Can’t Even Be Bothered Cleaning Its Forums

Wild West Online, the latest racket supported by the industry’s lead fraudster Sergey Titov, has landed itself in a shallow grave along with all of Titov’s other half-baked products. Given Titov’s modus operandi when it comes to releasing games, Wild West Online has been abandoned not even half-finished and plans are already underway to launch […]

Editorial: And It Only Cost Perjury and Your Community’s Respect

I can’t imagine that Battlestate Games thinks there is any possibility of them coming out of this on top. It must be the end of the year, because everyone’s favorite “Worst Developer of 2018” awards are coming up on your choice Youtube channels and Battlestate Games has decided to make a last minute entry. The […]

Jeremy Soule More Than Five Years Late On Album, Starts Patreon Asking For More Money

Fraudster: 2a:  a person who is not what he or she pretends to be :impostor; When it comes to fraudsters showcased here on MMO Fallout, Jeremy Soule may be the worst. The composer of famous soundtracks for numerous games including Skyrim, Guild Wars, and Baldur’s Gate, Jeremy Soule’s talent in composing music haven’t exactly translated into […]

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