Activision Blizzard just can’t quit Bobby Kotick

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Activision Blizzard has had a rough year and some change but despite ongoing lawsuits and issues with harassment, a toxic work culture, employee walkouts, and a declining player base its board of directors has decided to keep CEO Bobby Kotick at the helm.

In other news, the Fall Guys relaunch kicked off with big server issues, the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 +4 remakes got scrapped, Destiny 2 cheaters have to pay millions, and there’s a weird shortage of Xbox controllers.

In this week’s 5-Second Review Brian makes a really well-informed and thought-out decision. The Coming Soon section is short but has some must-see DLC content for Cup Head and Monster Hunter Rise. All that and more on this week’s Inside Gaming Roundup

Thanks for watching everyone and have a great weekend!

00:00 – Activision Blizzard just can’t quit Bobby Kotick

05:23 – Fall Guys had a rough (re)launch

06:34 – Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater remakes scrapped

07:39 -​​ Destiny 2 cheater has to pay millions

08:22 – There’s a weird shortage of Xbox controllers

09:04 – 5-Second Review

09:22 – Coming Soon

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[The Gamer] Bobby Kotick has been re-elected to Activision’s board of directors

[VGC] Bobby Kotick knew about misconduct

[Twitter] Employees want Bobby Kotick completely out

[The Gamer] Activision Blizzard is being sued by the State of California

[The Gamer] Activision Blizzard finds itself not guilty of systemic harassment

[The Washington Post] Details from the Activision Blizzard shareholders’ meeting

[Twitter] Fall Guys server issues

[Twitter] Fall Guys shuts down custom lobbies

[Twitch] Tony Hawk says why THPS 3 + 4 remakes were cancelled

[Torren Freak] Destiny 2 cheat maker agrees to 13.5 million in damages owed to Bungie

[VGC] Micrsoft confirms Xbox controller shortage

[Reset Era] The Xbox controller shortage is international

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