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The Biggest Gaming News For May 14, 2022

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Welcome to the weekend. You made it. Home at last. You’ve probably been sleeping in, so you may have gotten behind on everything that’s been going on in the world of gaming, but don’t worry because we’ve got this daily news roundup at the ready for you.

Today, we heard that Activision Blizzard has been backtracking on its diversity tool, a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York was livestreamed on Twitch, and Reggie Fils-Aimé doesn’t think that Nintendo has given up on F-Zero.

These are just our top three stories and so read on for the rest. RELATED: Tolkien Experts Saw A Sneak Peek Of The Rings Of Power - Here’s What They Think While many have been speculating that Nintendo has abandoned F-Zero, Reggie Fils-Aimé apparently isn’t quite so sure about the matter.

The former President at Nintendo of America feels like there might just be another entry in the franchise on the horizon. “The insight I would share is that at least during my tenure, Nintendo developers were always experimenting with different gameplay styles, always thinking about where a unique experience could be applied back, either to an existing franchise or maybe creating a new franchise,” Fils-Aimé said. "My bet is that somewhere in the Kyoto development centers, some developer is playing around with an idea that might be applied to F-Zero.

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