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Pocketpair, the developer of the suddenly popular game Palworld, is spending $478,000 a month on servers to support the games online services. CEO Takuro Mizobe humorously acknowledged the significant expense in a tweet, captioning a photo of the cost of its contents.

The latest sensation “Palworld” may rival Pokemon

Nathan Marchese and Ariyah Hayes May 9, 2024

"Palworld" is a highly anticipated game that blends elements of sandbox, simulation, and adventure genres. Palworld is a pay-to-play game, but you may get it for cheaper if you buy it during its early...

A killer croc roaming through the remains of concord after the bombings.

A timeless treasure: ‘Fallout 4’

Nathan Marchese and Ariyah Hayes February 7, 2024

In an era marked by groundbreaking video games, "Fallout 4", originally released in 2015, stands out as an enduring masterpiece that continues to captivate gaming enthusiasts worldwide. Developed...

Ninth-grade student Aviyanna Faison pulls up The Smashing Pumpkins on her Spotfiy app.

The Smashing Pumpkins- alt rock legends

Lyn Selego, Writer January 8, 2024

In the hot, humid air of Tampa in August, The Smashing Pumpkins came onstage and played a few songs from their latest album, "Atum: A Rock Opera in Three Acts." The Smashing Pumpkins are an alternative...

Peter Parker and Miles Morales swing into battle in the cover art for the Spider-Man 2 game.

Possible game of the year: ‘Spider-Man 2’

Nathan Marchese, Writer January 8, 2024

"Spider-Man 2" for the PlayStation 5 swings into action, capturing the essence of everyone's favorite web-slinger in a spectacular gaming experience. Developed by Insomniac Games, the sequel to the highly...

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