Day: May 25, 2020

Overwatch Fan Uses Workshop to Give Widow Terrifying Robot Spider Legs

Overwatch’s new Workshop mode is giving fans plenty of wiggle room to mod the game. Typically, that just means altering game or physics rules, like making the ground cause damage – a “the floor is lava” mode, if you will. One fan by the username of Therister has taken things a little far, though, giving the French assassin Widowmaker actual functioning robot spider legs that can vault her into the air and stick to walls.

Check out this monstrous creation in the video below.

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With Virtual Racing on the Rise, Formula E Just Disqualified a Racer for Having Another Player Pose as Him

Formula E racer Daniel Abt has been disqualified and ordered to pay 10,000 euros ($10,900) to charity for illegally hiring a professional esports player to falsely compete as him in an official virtual race, the BBC reports.

24 May 2019, Berlin: Motorsport: Preview Formula E Championship, E-Prix 2019, race at Tempelhof Airport. Daniel Abt from Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler speaks at the press conference the day before the Formula E Championship. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa (Photo by Britta Pedersen/picture alliance via Getty Images)

For those not in the know, virtual racing has taken on a new life in various

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Back In 1979, Nintendo’s President Said Everyone Should Copy Each Other’s Ideas

Nintendo is a company that prides itself on coming up with new ideas and innovating wherever possible – both in terms of hardware and software.

However, it’s worth noting that wasn’t always this way. Prior to the release of Donkey Kong – the company’s first genuine hit in the video game arena – it was happy to clone the work of others in order to grab a share of the market. Like many other firms, Nintendo released its own take on Taito’s Space Invaders, named Space Fever, and also released home versions of Atari’s Pong. Heck, it even had

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