The biggest gaming news for July 31, 2022

Of course, since today was a Sunday, I’m sure you slept in, so you’re probably a bit behind on everything that’s going on in the gaming world by now. Don’t worry. That’s what these news roundups are about, putting things right. Today we heard that the long-dormant Evolve servers have mysteriously come back online, players have bombed Digimon Survive because the game is a visual novel, and chat functionality in Destiny 2 will be disabled because of a groundbreaking exploit had to. These are just our top stories, so read on for the rest.

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Digimon Survive is criticized as a visual novel

Players have bombed Digimon Survive because the game happens to be a visual novel. Apparently people had expected something else. In any case, there have been some people who have fired back at this growing trend and rallied against the smear campaign. “The 0/10 spammers need to be corrected because it’s total bullshit and the game is great. I’ve seen someone copy/paste their same review on every platform. For the haters,” someone from Troovtnaz posted, for example, on the Xbox One User Reviews page.

Bella Ramsey says HBO’s The Last Of Us is ‘very respectful of the game’

Fans of the franchise were concerned about HBO’s The Last of Us, fearing it might deviate a bit too far from the source material. The latest development is that Bella Ramsey has given the show a strong endorsement. “I think people will love it. It follows the emotional beats of the game very much and it’s very respectful of the game and honoring the game,” she said. “It explores different paths that haven’t been explored as much in the game. I think people are going to love it.” I hope they do. It was so much fun to have such an experience.”

Long dormant Evolve servers are mysteriously coming back online

Evolve Stage 2 went offline years ago, but for some strange reason the servers are now up and running again. Nobody has any idea why. “The servers are actually back on for Evolve Stage 2,” noted Pinocchioh from the Evolve Reunited 2.0 Discord server. “I’ve played it myself with several of my server members. That hasn’t been possible since 2018.” Pinocchioh continued that “it’s not quite back in terms of store or ranked matchmaking, but we can search and host games again.” Sounds like a big win for the small community.

Destiny 2 disables text chat for game-breaking exploit

The developer behind Destiny 2, Bungie, recently had to disable in-game text chat due to a game-breaking bug. Players seemed to have very poor stability, resulting in crashes. “We have temporarily disabled text chat on all platforms in Destiny 2 while we investigate an issue causing Weasel errors,” the company said. “Stay tuned in for updates.” Something weird there.

Pro players are leaving Brawlhalla as the community continues to descend into chaos

Pro players have disembarked from Brawlhalla and made the switch to MultiVersus. The causes are apparently diverse and the community is very divided. “Brawlhalla is slowly killing its own game,” pro gamer Cosolix pointed out. “You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain.” Cosolix went on to describe how the “invitation system breaks after updating my game. The same problem happens with Reexehh”, another pro player. All good things come to an end I think.

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