Being a woman who likes video games can be…limiting. But the stringency might be why seeing the tabloid-esque Elden Ring memes actor and director Emily Faris has been posting on r/GirlGamers feels so exhilarating.
Elden Ring is a colossal open-world game full of unique bosses, esoteric quests, and mysterious secrets. What would the Game Boy version of that play like? One fan is determined to find out.
The League of Legends subreddit has been named the second most popular gaming subreddit this year, according to new data from official Reddit Recap 2021 data. The r/leagueoflegends LoL subreddit was pipped to the post by r/genshinimpact, which took the number one spot, while r/gaming, r/rpclipsgta and r/ffxiv were the third, fourth and fifth most popular gaming subreddits this year. The most upvoted posts in the LoL subreddit were the Worlds prediction tournament and AOC’s Baron snipe (see the top five gaming posts below). Continue reading League of Legends subreddit ranked second most popular gaming page on Reddit in 2021
Social media and news aggregation site Reddit has announced its first ever avatar partnership, in collaboration with Riot Games. Reddit users are now able to select unique Jinx (right) and Vi (left) League of Legends avatars, which are themed around the animated LoL Netflix series Arcane, which goes live on November 6th 2021. From today the first two League of Legends avatar creations – Vi and Jinx – will be available globally available to redditors. Continue reading Reddit announces first avatar partnership with Riot Games, with League of Legends Arcane-themed Jinx and Vi available to redditors
It’s not just you or the sites you visit. A huge part of the internet went down earlier tonight, and everything from entertainment providers to video services to news sites was impacted.
GameStop stock surged to its highest recorded share price over the weekend, hitting $76.76 per share on Friday, up nearly 80% in a single day.GameStop’s stock had been steadily rising for the past week, coming up from nearly $20 per share on January 12 and hitting the peak value on Friday thanks to an ongoing campaign from users on the subreddit WallStreetBets and some campaigns by YouTube and TikTok investment accounts (thanks, GamesIndustry.biz).As per Bloomberg (paywall), Friday’s flurry of Reddit-fuelled day-trading made GameStop (or GME) the most actively-traded US stock on the day and even causing trading to be halted multiple times…
By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 13 September 2020 16:50 GMT Sometimes, flinging a knife into the air in the vague hope it hits an enemy player is the best bet you’ve got.Most of the time – probably 99% of the time for your average Call of Duty Modern Warfare player – that knife will plop to the ground, useless and lost.For Reddit user TruceBrian, though, it ended perfectly.Random Throwing Knife Game Winner from r/modernwarfareAs you can see in the video above, a knife yeeted into the air in a last-ditch attempt to win the round fell with almost divine precision, falling…