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Xbox, Nintendo, and PlayStation have now all joined in chorus condemning the reports surrounding the toxic work culture and misconduct allegations at Activision Blizzard. We could be witnessing a new era for Activision as Bobby Kotick is pressured to resign.

Meanwhile, PlayStation is facing its own gender discrimination lawsuit, the Dragon Age 4 Creative Director has quit, Epic bought Harmonix, and Chrono Cross is probably the next big PlayStation remake.

This week’s 5-Second Review will make you question your own video game buying habits but that’s okay because this week’s Coming Soon section might give your wallet a tiny break… but not really cause the Steam Autumn sale and Black Friday are in full swing.

Have a great weekend everyone and thanks for watching.

00:00 – All three console makers blast Activision

08:48 – PlayStation faces gender discrimination suit

09:52 – Dragon Age 4 creative director quits

10:57 – Epic buys Guitar Hero, Rock Band studio

11:49 – Big Playstation remake revealed?

13:00 – 5-Second Review

13:20 – Coming Soon

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[CNN] Bobby Kotick offers up huge pay cut to his salary

[WSJ] Bobby Kotick hid and was accused of misconduct

[Koatku] Blizzard’s first woman co-head to resign after being tokenized

[Business Insider] Bobby Kotick threatened to kill someone

[VGC] Nintendo joins Xbox and PlayStation in condemning Activision

[Fanbyte] Nintendo issues internal response to Activision Blizzard reports

[CNN] Activision Blizzard CEO Kotick

[WSJ] Bobby Kotick considers resigning

[Activision] Activision Blizzard plans to fix toxicity issues

[] Activision makes response committee

[] Employees and shareholders call for Bobby Kotick to resign

[Axios] PlayStation lawsuits allege gender discrimination

[Kotaku] Dragon Age 4 Creative Director has left Bioware

[Harmonix] Epic buys Harmonix

[VGC] Big PlayStation remake in the works

[Xbox Era] Xbox Era says new PlayStation remake is Chrono Cross

[VGC] Chrono Cross could be getting a remake

[The Verge] Xbox Box boss

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