EA announces Positive Play Charter
EA is introducing the Positive Play Charter after consulting with its various game communities.
The goal of the initiative is to deal with “threats, harassment and other toxic or unlawful behaviour” on the publisher’s platforms and services and ensure that they are “safe, fun, inclusive environments”. Repeated or severe violations could lead to permanent bans and loss of account privileges.
The Positive Play Charter has four simple goals:
- Treat others as they would like to be treated
- Keep Things Fair
- Share Clean Content
- Follow Local Laws
“The last few weeks have been a stark reminder that we have a responsibility to stay vigilant in this effort. We won’t tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia, harassment or any form of abuse,” EA said in a statement. There is more information about the Positive Play Charter on the EA’s website.
Time For A Quick Daily Quiz?
Which Madden game was the first not to feature John Madden on the cover?
- John Madden Football ’93
- Madden NFL 98
- Madden NFL 06
- Madden NFL 09
One Piece: Romance Dawn is very rare
Namco Bandai launched a special limited edition of One Piece: Romance Dawn for 3DS in North America in 2014, which was sold exclusively through retailer Gamestop, EB Canada and Namco Bandai’s own online store Club Namco.
Only 16,800 units were printed, and the numbered special edition features exclusive holographic packaging. It’s pretty hard to come by, but it has one flaw: It doesn’t feature the opening theme “Eternal Waves” by TRIPLANE.
PlayStation 5 Price?
Amazon leaks PlayStation 5 details
Amazon is leaking like a sieve these days, and it looks like their French arm has just leaked the release date and price point for PlayStation 5.
The listing has been scrubbed of sensitive info, but if the screenshots are real, PlayStation 5 will be available on November 20th. The standard console will be €499 while the Digital Edition without the BluRay player costs €399.
Black Friday: That suggests dollar prices of $559 and $447 respectively, while Brits will need to cough up £446 or £357. November 20th is just before the Black Friday sale, and although it’s unlikely to be discounted, it makes sense to launch the console ahead of the biggest shopping weekend of the year.
Unconfirmed: Of course, the information could just be a placeholder and nothing is certain since Sony has remained tight-lipped about both launch date and price tag. The console itself was only revealed one week ago.