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ADL urges ESRB to rate ‘extremism’ and toxicity of community in online games
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has called on the ESRB to include new metrics on toxicity and “extremism” in online games. The organization thinks that it will help players and parents make informed decisions about titles with potentially harmful content.
More than half of women gamers hide their gender due to harassment, according to new study
Reach3 Insights and Lenovo have shared the results of their research study on the experience and behavior of women gamers. The most important finding is probably that almost 60% of female players prefer to hide their gender and identity in online games.
Makers of Pagan Online: “We Wanted a Slavic Tale that Looks like a Hollywood Movie”
Today, Pagan Online, an action RPG inspired by Slavic myths, has received its long-awaited co-op update. The title, developed in collaboration between Mad Head Games and Wargaming, entered early access in mid-April without multiplayer due to technical issues. Now you can play side missions or assassinations (not the main campaign, though) in two-player co-op. With the next patches, the developers promise to roll out four-player co-op along with synergy effects between heroes, special systems for co-op only, special rewards and drops, as well as…