Shacknews Dump - April 9, 2021
We were able to pull ourselves away from games of PAC-MAN 99 and the Diablo 2 alpha test because a good Dump waits for no one.
The weekend has arrived and with it comes another Shacknews Dump. What a week it has been for gaming news. PAC-MAN 99, Intel profanity filters, and so much more packed into such a tight space, you’d think every one of them was vying to become another Dump of their own.
On this April 9 edition of the Shacknews Dump digital events have been rampant with new information this week. The ESA shared a wealth of details about what the all-digital version of E3 2021 will be and when. Nintendo will be there. Microsoft will be there. But how will they dox press and influencers this time? Speaking of Nintendo, they got together with Bandai Namco to release new battle royale PAC-MAN 99! A pleasant surprise to say the least and free to play as the other 99-style games have been.
You can catch these and other hot news topics on the Shacknews Twitch channel as we go live at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. You can also catch the show live below.
Here’s the rundown of topics coming up on today’s Shacknews Dump:
- E3 2021 all-digital event set for June with Xbox & Nintendo among confirmed publishers
- PAC-MAN 99 battle royale game goes live tomorrow on Switch Online
- Deathloop delayed to September 2021
- Muslim Civil Rights group CAIR asks Sony, Microsoft, & Valve to not distribute Six Days in Fallujah
- Narita Boy review: Lost in cyberspace
- Dandy Ace review: Now you see me...
- Outriders review: Altering Enoch one bullet at a time
- Intel responds to criticism of Bleep, their new hate speech and profanity filter
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The Shacknews Dump could be among 99 Dumps and it’d still come out as the Dump One, so be sure to tune in as the biggest, the best, the original prepares to go live again in just a moment.
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