In what would come to be known as the Driv3rGate scandal, appears to have accepted a deal with Atari to publish extremely positive reviews of their videogame Driv3r in exchange for an exclusive. The game turned out to be buggy and unplayable, with a large portion of its lackluster sales coming before the extremely-negative reviews from other outlets followed, and Future mass-censored its online forums to hide its readers’ discontent.
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Large British media company, publishing an extremely large number of specialist magazines, most notably several of the most notable British gaming magazinesincluding Edge, PC Gamer and GamesRadar.
Founded by Chris Anderson who left the company in 2007. After dominating the print magazine scene, it faced a financial crisis in the early 2010sselling several magazines, and restructuring to a primarily-online model.