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Next-Gen Gaming Is an Environmental Nightmare – WIRED

Console waste plus energy-hungry cloud gaming equals the worst of both worlds for sustainability.

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Its a sad truth that not only do escapist pursuits rarely exist separately from real life, some have a nasty tendency to exacerbate real-life problems. And while gaming offers a reprieve from thinking about dooms both personal and global, it threatens to bring at least one of themclimate disastercloser to reality.
What with plastic casing, mined-metal circuit boards, guzzled power, and e-waste, gaming has for decades been an industry unfriendly to the environment. Now, in line with more meta t…

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Random: Here’s How Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Reacted To Minecraft Steve’s Smash Bros. Meat – Nintendo Life

“Is it bad?”

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You probably know the story by now, but when Minecraft’s Steve joined the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster earlier this month, fans quickly discovered that his victory screen contained a very unfortunate bit of meat placement. It quickly did the rounds on social media and became one of the biggest gaming stories of the day because the internet.
It’s actually been fixed now the game’s latest patch now has Steve gobbling up his meat, rather than simply letting it hang but not before Microsoft’s Phil…

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Google Play Music is now officially dead, dead, dead – Android Police

We’ve known for more than a year that Google Play Music’s days were numbered. Its death had even been officially announced, but it’s now really real.

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We’ve known for more than a year that Google Play Music’s days were numbered. Its death had even been officially announced, but it’s now really real. Google has just sunset the GPM app on Android and web, providing the knock-out blow to what has been a rathershortmatch.
Open the Android app now and you’ll be greeted by a white splash screen with a Play Music logo that morphs into a YouTube Music one. Bold text tells you GPM is no longer available and explains that you can transfer your whole library…

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Mirage is finally getting some “scary” Apex Legends buffs – dexerto.com

Mirage, the Holographic Trickster, has been floundering in Apex Legends despite his huge Season 5 rework, so Respawn are planning to give him more love in patch…

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After an initial leak and then a change with the Season 6 Battle Pass, it appears that the start date for Apex Legends’ Season 7 start date has been moved up by a week.
Although not officially announced yet by Respawn Entertainment, all indications seem to be pointing to Season 7 kicking off a week earlier than had been originally scheduled.
According to the in-game Battle Pass menu, S7 was initially set to start on November 10, which made sense given the length of a standard Apex Legends season….

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