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Sony responded to the failed launch of Cyberpunk 2077 and the apologies / encouragement from CD Projekt Red for disappointed players to seek reimbursement by taking unprecedented drastic action. Not only does the company have a special process in place for PlayStation owners to request an automatic refund if they choose, he shot Cyberpunk 2077 from the PlayStation Store entirely.

If you already own it on PS4 (or, for that matter, PS5), you can still play it, and any updates coming in are still on the way, but no one can buy a digital copy on PlayStation ‘until see you again ”. It seems the refund request was so amazing that some people couldn’t access Sony’s form at first. CD Projekt Red has already promised a pair of major updates to start 2021, which it says will fix the issues on previous-gen consoles, but now some gamers have no choice but to ‘wait.

In happier gaming news, tune in at 6 p.m. ET for a Nintendo Direct stream that will take you to the Super Nintendo World theme park in Japan before it opens next spring. Oh, and if you haven’t watched The Mandalorian season finale again, do it ASAP – watch the the totality – before it’s spoiled for you.

– Richard Lawler

There is no doubt who is the king of the private aerospace hill.

Dragon-2 crew demo

From Crew Dragon to Starship – it’s been a big year for SpaceX. Catch up on the company’s long list of (sometimes late) accomplishments ahead of its entry into 2021.
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Otterbox’s Symmetry + case offers solid protection and supports MagSafe.

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So you (or someone you know) have a new iPhone 12. Of course that means you probably need a new charger as well, but what about cables, cases, or something? loan for MagSafe. Valentina Palladino has a few recommendations, including additional hardware from Apple as well as the best that third parties have to offer.
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The full Tesla experience.

Cybertruck Toy

Tesla is known for delivering its electric vehicles a little later than expected. So it’s strange to hear that the toy versions of the Cybertruck won’t arrive on time either. As Bloomberg reports, two remote-controlled trucks developed by Mattel were due to be shipped this month. Due to an “unforeseen production issue,” the company explained in an email to customers, the target delivery date has moved to May 2021.
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