The #FixFifa petition now has over 27,000 signatures.
Unfortunate virtual bicycle mishaps have been making players laugh for generations. The most recent to spring to mind was the Happy Wheels wave on YouTube, but I remember the times of Paperboy and, for school slackers, Trials. So what's next? This Kickstarter project may have the answer.
Rocket League was something of a surprise hit. The basic idea of boost-enabled vehicles, two sides and a ball propelled itself to the top of the Steam charts - and just about every machine it arrived on in the future - the moment it was released.
Bossa Studios, the creators of the wacky Surgeon Simulator, declared an ultimatum on their newest game - Decksplash. Setting a specific goal with the intention of cancelling the game if it stopped short, it seems they may have to make good on that promise whether people think it's right or wrong.
You've heard of the MOBA, but how about the MOSA? Way of Redemption is trying to make that particular acronym and thing, and we're inclined to go along with it.
We've not sure why it's happened, but it's happened. Rocket League has a movie - sort of. It's not an announcement for a Universal Pictures adaption of everyone's favourite colourful vehicular media since Speed Racer, but it might as well be.
Just like last season and every season before it, Psyonix is tweaking the Rocket League competitive scene a little more with the upcoming Season 6. This time, it'll be like playing competitive for the first time all over again.
Focusing mostly on weekday news, there's the occasional big announcement that slips us by. If this was double drop-rate on Legendary Diablo III items, we would have been all over it - most likely - but there's always so much going on with Rocket League that it's difficult to keep up. We're not sure where Double Painted would come into that game, though.
We don't usually cover much of the eSports beat here at GameWatcher, but after a weekend of solid Rocket League play during the Rocket League Championship League Qualifiers, there's no reason not to comment on the massive show of strength demonstrated by Dan "Bluey" Bluett.
With the training regime mode having been part of Rocket League for some time now, Psyonix are starting to outline the best player submitted training maps. This time around, they're focusing on the skills needed to push you into the upper tiers - aerial shots.