FIFA 16

EA Sports Removes Athletes From FIFA 16 Over NCAA Eligibility Concerns

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Due to conflicts between EA Sports and the NCAA, 13 players have been removed from the upcoming FIFA 16.

The problem arose when the NCAA said that the women might not be eligible to play if they were included in the game. EA disagreed, but removed the players to ensure that they would be allowed to pursue their college athletic careers. Read More

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UPDATE: Metal Gear Solid V “Quiet” Bug Fixed; Now Let’s Look at Funny Glitches

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In a recent tweet, Konami has announced that the bug that caused Metal Gear Solid V save files to be corrupted has been fixed on PC and PS4. Next up: the rest of the platforms! Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Steam players will still have to wait for a final fix.

The bug in question is easily avoidable. It occurs when players bring the sniper character Quiet on either Mission 29 or Mission 42.

Konami also revealed an alternate way to get around the bug. Apparently if you use the Butterfly Emblem during the mission, you’ll be fine. Konami also cautioned that players should, “avoid raising your Bond Level with Quiet to MAX during the course of the mission.”

Konami will keep working on patching the bug for the remaining platforms, but until then that will have to do.

Meanwhile, let’s reminisce on some other freaky bugs in games that are a lot funnier than losing your whole save file. Read More

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Failbetter Games Announces Halloween Craft Competition

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Looking to get into the Halloween spirit early and maybe win prizes?

Failbetter Games is doing a craft competition for Fallen London players, following a successful fan-art contest. “This time we will be accepting entries in cookery, costume or craft,” they write.

In the Fallen London lore, the holiday is called Hallowmas: “A time of revels, confessions and feasts, of harmless merriment—or something more sinister.” Read More