Inside Gaming published this video item, entitled “PlayStation drawn into abortion debate” – below is their description.
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PlayStation boss Jim Ryan tried to step around the political hot button topic of abortion but ended up stepping right on it angering Sony’s internal staff and studois. In today’s roundup we document the events that lead up to the drama and Sony themselves donating to the Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project.
In other news; Saudi Arabia has bought a decent chunk of Nintendo, Fall Guys is going completely free to paly, there’s a big Call of Duty Warzone 2 leak, and Take-Two has heard your Red Dead Online complaints… they just don’t care.
This weeks 5-Second Review reminds of us of that one friend that was just really into that one thing and the Coming Soon section has a ton of games you can check out.
Thanks for watching everyone and have a great weekend.
00:00 – PlayStation drawn into abortion debate
06:21 – Saudi Arabia buys (part of) Nintendo
07:18 – Fall Guys going free to play
08:11 – Leak: Warzone 2 is ‘more like Blackout’
09:36 – Take-Two has heard your Red Dead Online complaints
10:51 – 5-Second Review
11:17 – Coming Soon
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[Washington Post] Insomniac and Sony plan donations after cat email
[Bingie] BungieSupports Essential Human Rights
[Twitter] SkillUp tweet
[Twitter] dmg04 tweet
[Twitter] Bungie CEO Pete Parsons tweet
[Twitter] DoubleFine abortion tweet
[Twitter] Beavs tweet
[Bloomberg] Saudi Arbia buys part of Nintendo
[Eurogamer] Saudi Arbia buys part of Nintendo (Eurogamer)
[IGN] Fall Guys free to play and new version details
[YouTube] NerosCinema Call of Duty Warzone 2 leaks
[Twitter] Tom Henderson confirms Warzone 2 leaks
[Reddit] Warzone 2 leaks consolidated
[IGN] Take-Two CEO says ask Rockstar about Red Dead Online
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