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Virginia Social Justice Warriors Want to Tear Down Robert E. Lee Statue

The perpetually offended are at the gate once again, trying to dismantle culture, education, and the very fabric of history. This time their target is the Robert E. Lee statue in the Lee Park of Charlottesville, Virginia, a statue over which supporters and opponents of its removal from the park clashed last Tuesday at a press conference called by Vice Mayor Wes Ballamy of Charlottesville.

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‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ Multiplayer Beta Details Revealed

As Breitbart reported last month, the Call of Duty: Black Ops III multiplayer beta will run from August 19 – 23 on the PlayStation 4 and August 26 – 30 on the Xbox One and PC. Developer Treyarch has released new details on maps, modes, specialists, and a Weapon Paintshop that will be available to players.

‘Metal Gear Solid’ PC Release Date Moved Up as Konami Faces Scrutiny

Konami has moved its PC release date for stealth game Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain from Tuesday, September 15, to Tuesday, September 1 to coincide with the game’s release on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. But while console gamers get online multiplayer on October 6, PC players will have to wait until January 2016.

Valve Fixes Steam Account Hacking ‘Glitch’

Last week, several Steam users had their accounts hacked via a glitch. While Valve initially labeled the glitch as only a “bug,” it recognized that there was a larger problem on Saturday, July 25, and fixed it immediately.

Bethesda Says Interaction, Not Graphics, Is Key for ‘Fallout 4’

With recent blockbuster games like Batman: Arkham Knight providing a rich graphical experience for gamers, some developers may feel pressure to spend more time on visuals than the content of their games. This is not the case for Bethesda Softworks, which boasts an atmosphere for their upcoming Fallout 4 in which gamers can interact with everything they see.

Daniel Radcliffe Discusses New ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Film

At the San Diego Comic-Con, Daniel Radcliffe expressed disbelief in video game critics’ assertion that violent games make violent people. The Harry Potter star was also confused as to why Rockstar Games, developer of Grand Theft Auto, was suing the BBC over the production of Game Changer, a film that explores a censorship crisis surrounding the game.

Censorship, Prices, and Pirating Strangle Chinese Console Gaming Market

While Sony and Microsoft debuted their PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in China within the past year, only 9 million out of China’s 515 million gamers use a console. Due to content censorship, prices, and pirating, Sony and Microsoft are expected to sell less than 550,000 consoles, combined, this year, with online PC and mobile games expected to haul in $16.8 and 4 billion, respectively.