Category: Gaming

Gaming

Apple’s new gaming service might be announced Monday, and it’s reportedly not what we thought

The focus at Apple’s much-anticipated media event set for Monday will be largely on the company’s updated Apple News service as well as its plans for original TV shows offered through a Netflix-like package available exclusively to Apple device owners. We may, however, also get fresh details about the iPhone maker’s planned game subscription bundle, […]

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Becoming a Dandelion Spore

[embedded content] This Is A Difficult Game. But It Is A Beautiful Game. Challenge Now. You Challenge. Play Right Away. To become a flower, numerous seeds take the wind and move away. You are the wind. You can. Have a good fortune. I appreciate it. Drag your mouse in the direction of the wind. The […]

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PUBG Mobile is testing a 6-hour per day limit in India

Tencent’s popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is under fire in India after reportedly causing deaths in multiple instances. Some Indian cities have banned the game for a certain period, and several people are asking the government to outlaw it. In a corrective step, the makers seem to be testing a 6-hour per day restriction on […]

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Xbox Live comes to Nintendo Switch, starting with Cuphead

Cuphead is the latest hit indie game to make its way to Nintendo’s Switch — and it’s bringing Xbox Live with it, piggyback-style. While Microsoft has put forth tentative plans to bring Live to Switch, iOS, and Android, Cuphead will be the first actual game to carry it over, meaning we’ll finally see how well this crossover works. Fight across strange […]

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Epic CEO Says Apex Legends Isn’t Taking Players Away From Fortnite

Respawn’s Apex Legends battle royale title was only announced recently and it has already grown to 50 million players. It’s still far from Fortnite’s lead in this genre but many were quick to brand it as a genuine competitor to Epic’s superhit title. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has basically said that contrary to popular […]

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Steam vulnerability exposed users to account hijacking and malware

A vulnerability in Valve‘s Steam platform made it possible for malicious actors to take over user accounts, pilfer their items, and even infect their systems with additional malware. The security kink resided in Steam‘s server browser functionality – which lets players look up severs for a number of games (including hit titles like CS:GO, Half-Life […]

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Microsoft Has No Plans To Launch Xbox Live SDK On The Nintendo Switch

Last week Microsoft brought its Xbox Live service to iOS and Android devices. This meant that developers who wanted to integrate Xbox Live into their iOS and Android games would be able to. There were rumors that this could be the start of something bigger and that it might even make its way onto the […]

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Rovio Launches New Augmented Reality Angry Birds Game

Back in the day having Angry Birds available on your mobile platform was a big deal. These days the franchise is nowhere as popular as it once was, but it seems that Rovio is continuing to push it. The company, together with Resolution Games, has launched a new Angry Birds title in the form of […]

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Cuphead For Nintendo Switch Releases April 18th

Cuphead, a title much appreciated for its difficulty, is now heading over to the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo confirmed at the Game Developers Conference today that the game is coming to its console. The Switch port includes the same hand-drawn cell animation and soundtrack that was loved by console owners in the original release. Advertising Nintendo […]

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Detective Pikachu Producer Interested In Creating A Pokemon Cinematic Universe

The Detective Pikachu movie will be coming out soon and while many were a little perturbed by the idea of a live-action Pokemon movie, the trailers actually look pretty good. Combine that with Ryan Reynolds’ sense of humor and it feels like they might have a hit on their hands. The good news is that […]

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‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ brings the popular series to iOS and Android for free

One of the best-selling video game series of all time is finally making its way to mobile devices. On Monday, Activision announced that it is teaming up with Chinese game publisher Tencent to bring Call of Duty: Mobile to the West. Made by Tencent’s Timi studio, the free-to-play game draws on maps, modes, weapons, and […]

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Google Wants To End The Console Wars And Kill Video Game Downloads With Stadia

YouTube Google has long been rumored to dive into the gaming industry, similar to what Microsoft did more than a decade ago with the original Xbox. It’s certainly not an unheard of idea for a tech giant to try gaining a foothold in the industry, though what Microsoft did was build a console and follow […]

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Google announces Stadia, its cross-platform game streaming service

At the 2019 Game Developers Conference (FDC) in San Francisco today, Google unveiled Stadia, its all-you-can-play game streaming service. It’s launching sometime this year, first in the US, Canada, UK, and most of Europe. The service will let you play all manner of computer games streamed from Google‘s data centers to your devices running the […]

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