Level 1,000 reached in Gotham City Imposters

Level 1,000 player spotted in Gotham City Imposters.

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MultiConsoleGamer4483d ago

So basically this person has been playing every hour of every day since the game launched.

ShoryukenII4483d ago

Sad that this game sucks. His time would better spent somewhere else.

Dark_Overlord4483d ago

A quick look around google and I noticed one thing, most of the game hackers seem to have the II before and after their name. e.g zz II JR II zz, II SykotiixC II etc, so unless his full stats are shown, I'd lean towards hacked leaderboard

enfestid4483d ago (Edited 4483d ago )

No, I've played against that guy before... he's a jerkoff. He gets squads and finds the easiest ways to exploit the points system in the game, ruining it for others.

He's surprisingly bad at the game, though.

r214483d ago

not that impressive, needs 8000 more level ups.

Rynx4483d ago (Edited 4483d ago )

i c wat UUU did dar!!!!

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Warner Bros. Is Pivoting To Live-Service A Decade Too Late

Warner Bros. announced it's pivoting to live-service games, which could be a disastrous move for its devs

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anast244d ago

They really mean they are pivoting to slot machines on mobile devices.

CrimsonWing69244d ago

I don’t think there ever was a time for GaaS. Its entire resistance is revolved around making a game that generates recurring revenue constantly throughout its lifetime. It’s straight up a corporate scumbag design.

I watched the video seeing if anything changed since the initial Suicide gameplay vid before the delay and it looks the same. So weird watching all the characters just start a gun to their back and bounce super high shooting with no kick-back animation in an empty dead world. The voice acting is cringe and there doesn’t have any sense of atmosphere or immersion like the Arkham games.

And they expect you to pay $70 to $100 for this and then pay more for Battle Passes and items to make grinding less a chore. Yea, no thank you. I hope you learn a hard lesson with this one.


Warner Bros. Eyes More Live Services as Mortal Kombat 1 Sells Nearly 3 Million Copies

Today, during Warning Bros' conference call, chief executive officer David Zaslav talked about Mortal Kombat 1, Hogwarts Legacy, and the company's gaming business.

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gold_drake251d ago

yea, because thats what people want, especially after those games sold millions and are not live service games haha.

so dumb haha.

Abriael251d ago

Genius executives at work. "hey, what we're doing is working great. Let's change it."


"Invasions" is technically free live service game with new content every 45 days. It's the best mode MK has ever had IMO. As a single player gamer, it gives me a reason to stick around after the story mode.

garos82251d ago

You have a terrible taste in games

-Foxtrot251d ago

I feel like their whole approach relies on how the Suicide Squad sells

Flewid638251d ago (Edited 251d ago )

Wait....why does live service = bad?

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CrimsonWing69251d ago

Oh great, looking forward to the sh*t future of gaming. Thanks industry!

PunksOnN4G251d ago

New mk sold less then the last in the same time frame the NEW MK is legit a live service game with its horrible monopoly board. I just wanted a normal title...

FatalityX77251d ago

It's not on older hardware, so that's why it seems less. No ps4/xbox one versions.

Sgt_Slaughter251d ago

I doubt older hardware would make a difference, given the ratios of sales of other multi-gen games

PunksOnN4G251d ago

Nah the new MK full of live service shit even the singleplayer monopoly board they gave use instead of a normal kyrpt says enough and sales reflect that also this MK is very combo heavy it not noob friendly what's so ever like others

Flewid638251d ago

Wasn't the last one a live service game?

MehmetAlperTR251d ago

More live services.. LOL.. i hope you ll see the deep.


Total War: Rise of Mordor to Rebrand After being Removed from ModDB due to copyright claim

From GameWatcher: "Total War: Rise of Mordor has been removed from Mod DB following a DMCA takedown claim filed by Warner Bros.. Development of Total War: Attila's ambitious total conversion mod will continue, according to the developer, who is also looking into rebranding to avoid similar issues in the future.

"... we have received word from ModDB officials that Warner Bros has sent them a DMCA takedown request to remove Rise of Mordor from their databases. We are grateful to ModDB for giving us time to put our affairs in order before the page is taken down," read a post announcing Total War: Rise of Mordor's departure from Mod DB."

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