Home / Tag Archives: content

Tag Archives: content

Splatoon 2 to get a year of content updates and two years of Splatfest events

Nintendo has promised around a year of extra content updates for its upcoming Switch shooter Splatoon 2, as well as two years of Splatfest events, the platform holder revealed today in its Splatoon 2 Nintendo Direct stream. Much like the original Splatoon on Wii U, Splatfests ask players from all …

Read More »

YouTube reworks Content ID to allow monetisation during disputes

‘When both a creator and someone making a claim choose to monetise a video, we will continue to run ads on that video and hold the resulting revenue separately. Once the Content ID claim or dispute is resolved, we'll pay out that revenue to the appropriate party’

Read More »

Gaming video content now makes $3.8bn, Twitch more prosperous than YouTube

As the audience for gaming video content nears half a billion people, a new report has highlighted live streaming’s quick rise to the top. 468 million viewers around the world now digest games-related video content such as walkthroughs, trailers and live streams, according to research firm SuperData’s Gaming Video Content …

Read More »

VIDEO: Destiny’s PlayStation exclusive content detailed

With its release under a week away, a new video explains exactly what extras will be included with the PlayStation version of Bungie’s shooter Destiny. Central the video is the Exodus Blue multiplayer map, featuring 6v6 and 3v3 matches and five different game modes – Skirmish, Control, Salvage, Clash and …

Read More »

Watching The Halo Channel will unlock content in Halo 5 and the Master Chief Collection

Microsoft has confirmed an interesting incentive to get people watching its exclusive Halo Channel TV content. Polygon reports that watching The Halo Channel will in turn unlock some additional content in both this year’s Halo: The Master Chief Collection and next year’s Halo 5. "When you get to the end …

Read More »

Why game age ratings are more complicated than they seem

Ian Morris Editor of family gaming website Everybody Plays, discusses the challenge for parents buying games their kids can actually play… What do Harvest Moon, Brain Training, and Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Bros have in common? They all carry a shiny PEGI 3+ rating on the box, despite being …

Read More »