Entertainment Playstation: 82,000 gamers sign petition and demand a game
Game Over! The Winners and Losers of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Video Game Industry
There are always winners and losers, and the COVID-19 pandemic was no different. In many ways, the gaming industry managed to excel economically and culturally during the pandemic while other sectors sank. The gaming industry was valued at approximately $179 billion at the end of 2020, up from $160 billion in 20191.
As early as 2019, Sony had decided against the development of a continuation of "Days Gone". Now more than 82,000 signatories require an online petition that the PlayStation manufacturer dears the decision.
At the beginning of April,reported that the makers of the action game "Days Gone" wanted to tackle a second part shortly after publication. The game was profitable for the PlayStation makers, but the development had taken relatively long and the reviews were browse. But fans of the game are apparently do not want to accept themselves and have now launched an online petition to move Sony to split. More than 82,000 people have already signed the petition on Change.org
NFL eyeing onsite offseason workouts; NFLPA prefers virtual setup
The NFL indicated meetings will likely remain virtual for the foreseeable future, but this year’s offseason workouts are not expected to be fully virtual like they were in 2020. However, the union has offered pushback to an onsite offseason returning this year.As of now, teams can schedule onsite OTAs to begin April 19. This is, however, contingent on no offseason plan being agreed to between the NFL and NFLPA. The union has offered pushback to an onsite offseason returning this year, with Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reporting little progress has been made between the sides on this front.
What would happen exactly in the planned but of Sony-rejected second part of Days Gone, remains unclear. In an
podcastfor Sony in another podcast, " Days Gone: Reviews were apparently too poor
Days Gone" author John GarvinBut also the financial success of a games plays an important role. Although the game "Gravity Rush" received a metacritic evaluation of 80 points, the
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Petition to Stop Idaho's Wolf Massacre Hits 80k Signatures .
Idaho's bill to kill 90 percent of its 1,500 wolves has passed the State Senate and State House of Representatives.The petition calls for supporters to, "Help protect wolves and end the United States War on Wolves.