Boy howdy, do we know a dump when we see one. We are the originators of the one and only Shacknews Dump after all! Our hats go off to Activision Blizzard. Our expectations were lower than the most subterranean Tremors-monsters craving itself a slice of Kevin Bacon, and yet the executives dug beneath even that in ways we couldn’t imagine. That’s not all we have for you on this week’s Dump though. Check it out!
On this November 19 edition of the Shacknews Dump, we’re going to peel off the band-aid (again) on how terrible Kotick and his board of cronies are at Activision Blizzard leadership. Then, we’re moving onto brighter topics, such as the Halo Infinite launch! There’s also a sweet looking Earthworm Jim animated TV series on the way!
Check it out as we discuss these and further hot news topics from the week on the Shacknews Dump, going live on the Shacknews Twitch channel at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. You can also watch just below.
Here’s the rundown of topics on today’s Shacknews Dump:
- Bobby Kotick threatened employees and protected accused abusers according to WSJ report
- Watch the Xbox 20th Anniversary Celebration Here
- Halo Infinite Multiplayer is now downloadable & Season 1 starts today
- Warner Bros. announces MultiVersus free-to-play fighter & playtest signups
- Phil Spencer says he's in favor of 'legal emulation' of games
- Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl review: Still sparkling
- Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition impressions: WASTED opportunity
- Earthworm Jim is getting a new animated TV series
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Activision Blizzard may be clogging our news cycle, but there’s plenty of good things to push it through. Tune in as we go live shortly with the Shacknews Dump.