Monthly Archives: August 2022

DEA Enters Partnership With ForN, Operator Of Blockchain Gaming Guild ‘YGG Japan’,… | New

SINGAPORE, Aug. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Singapore-based global entertainment company Web3 Digital Entertainment Asset Pte. (DEA), known for its leading GameFi platform PlayMining, announced that it has entered into a business partnership with “YGG Japan”, which is in partnership with ForN Co.Ltd. (Headquarters in Minato-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Tetsuya Fujiwara, hereinafter ForN). Context of the partnership DEA’s “PlayMining” is a ...

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USTA Launches 3D Ad Using Outfront’s XScape Spatial Capability Technology

SpotOn digital payment technology installed at 37 NFL and NCAA venues ahead of football season By tom friend August 29, 2022 With the professional and college football season approaching, digital payment provider SpotOn has been contracted to deploy its technology in stadiums at 37 NFL and NCAA venues. The company will be the POS provider at home games for the ...

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Riot Games Internship Study Guide Vol. 1: Full-time interns

We know applying for opportunities isn’t always easy, so we want to empower candidates by giving you all the resources you need to understand Riot, get a feel for what it’s like to be an intern here, and submit an excellent application to join us. next summer. To start, we share some stories of former trainees who are now full-time ...

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Pokemon TCG Japan: Incandescent Arcana Preview: Radiant Alakazam

| One of the most anticipated Pokémon TCG the sets arriving in Japan this year have now been revealed. Incandescent Arcana is slated for release on September 2, 2022 in Japan. Unlike the previous direct Japanese set, the Origin Forme Giratina theme Lost Abyss which brought back the Lost Zone mechanic, this set will include rare characters and Radiant Pokémon. ...

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The game becomes more accessible to people with disabilities

For Steve Spohn, who needs a ventilator to breathe and lacks the strength to propel his wheelchair, video games have virtually changed his life. Spohn, 41, has spinal muscular atrophy. His body doesn’t make protein; his spine “does not send messages to [his] muscles,” he said. The effect is a slow but sure stop. He was only 9 years old ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (August 29, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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Discover how to create your own Japanese idol agency with Idol Manager

Following the game’s July 2021 release on Windows PC, developer Glitch Pitch and publisher PLAYISM have brought their dark comedy business simulation game idol manager to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. From a fully in-game, micro-transaction-free gacha system to bolster your company’s ranks, to setting up scrapbooks, practice rooms, and organization concerts – will you succeed in ...

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Resident Evil Cancellation Shows TV Still Struggles to Adapt Video Games

Well, goodbye to you resident Evil. We barely knew you because you had just started a series. What we learned was quite disappointing, although there was a glimmer of hope that you might be able to learn from the lessons of failure and turn them into something new. Alas, it was not to be like you met an early death ...

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Samsung Galaxy A73 5G: Bringing the A game?

Samsung Bangladesh recently launched its latest A-series smartphone in the Bangladeshi market, the Galaxy A73 5G – the successor to the Galaxy A72 released last year. After using the Samsung Galaxy A73 5G smartphone for a few weeks, here’s what we have to say about Samsung’s latest A-series competitor. Design The review set we received was “Awesome Grey” in color. ...

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GOG is giving away a PC game for free

While it may not have the dominating presence and authority of Steam, nor the novelty and impressive promotional budget of the Epic Games Store, CD Projekt RED good old games is always rolling, doing its own thing. Namely, the schtick of GOG is that it’s a platform for DRM-free gaming, which makes it perfect for indie and smaller-scale productions, in ...

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Women’s World Championship recap: Switzerland and Czechia victorious

The second day of the 2022 Women’s World Championship did not feature any of the best teams in the world, but the competition remained intense. In Group A, the Swiss stars came to play, while in Group B, Czechia continued to progress as a nation to watch. Here’s a look at what happened on Friday: Switzerland beats Japan Switzerland used ...

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8 Days to Kansas Football: Video Game Star Readers’ Choice: Steven Sims and Fish Smithson

The return of the NCAA Football video game is slated for next summer, and it gives us the perfect opportunity to shine a light on some players who didn’t get a chance to appear on the series during its hiatus. Contents Introducing Steven Sims Introducing Fish Smithson best game Thanks to a rating system that includes individualized assessments from college ...

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Hunger Games director signs on for BioShock movie

A new Deadlynot (opens in a new tab)e report says Hunger Games director Francois Laurent (opens in a new tab) has been signed to direct the next BioShock movie, while the screenplay will be adapted by Michael Green (opens in a new tab)whose previous credits include Logan, Alien: Covenant and American Gods. Getting BioShock on the big screen was a ...

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American-South Korean war games have a global audience

Comment this story Comment This week, South Korea and the United States began several massive live-fire military drills for the first time in several years in a clear signal to Pyongyang. Known collectively as the Ulchi Freedom Shield exercises, they will flex the military muscles of both allies at sea, in the air, on land and in space. Lasting until ...

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MIKE DEAN: Why Marcus Rashford’s goal against Liverpool was given away

MIKE DEAN: Marcus Rashford’s controversial goal against Liverpool was allowed because new VAR rules give the forward the advantage. The change benefits the Premier League as fans will see more goals Marcus Rashford’s second goal against Liverpool for Man United was borderline Two years ago this would have been denied, but VAR has since made changes At Stockley Park the ...

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Hogwarts Legacy Collector’s Edition Unboxing Shows Floating Wand

Warner Bros. Games showed off the floating wand that comes with the Hogwarts Legacy Collector’s Edition in a new unboxing video. Posted on his YouTube channel, the video shows off the various elements that will come with the £300 edition of the game, which will launch in February. Hogwarts Legacy Collector’s Edition content includes: the Deluxe Edition of the game ...

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This PC-only Chinese RPG looks like Assassin’s Creed, except you can put down your sword and get a normal job

Based on the Gamescom trailer, Where Winds Meet looks like an Assassin’s Creed-sized company, so it’s a little surprising that I’ve never heard of its developer, Everstone Studio. I’ve heard of its publisher though: the studio is backed by NetEase, the second-largest game publisher in China, so it’s at least safe to assume this is the big-budget open-world RPG that ...

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10 great JRPGs coming in 2022 and 2023

Even with high-octane action, competitive shooters, and Western RPGs hitting the market, the JRPG subgenre is booming in 2022, as evidenced by Monolith Soft’s recent release. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 for the Nintendo Switch. The year is entering its final stages, but there are still a few standout JRPGs for fans to watch. Likewise, there are already a few high-profile games ...

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The States That Have the Highest Number of Payday Loans

In the United States, there are two types of states: those that prohibit payday loans and those that regulate them. More states in the latter category impose limits on maximum loan amounts, interest rates, and loan renewals. Why is there interest on payday loans? Despite being more readily available than personal loans, payday loans are notorious for their high fees ...

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VESA creates ClearMR specification to assess motion blur on displays

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has created a brand new motion blur specification known as ClearMR. This new standard aims to provide customers with a clear picture of the image quality of a moving screen – including the best gaming monitors, to judge whether or not the display is too blurry for their use case. The standard will apply ...

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Little League World Series 2022 Video Game Review: Impressions and Gameplay Features | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats & Rumors

GameMill Entertainment Little League World Series 2022, the video game from developer IguanaBee and publisher GameMill Entertainment, arrives with the opportunity to do more than just represent youth baseball. With its arrival comes a chance to fill an underdeveloped arcade baseball niche in the video game landscape. The first LLWS game in over a decade, this year’s release offers a ...

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What is Payday Loan Consolidation? – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Payday loans can give you a quick cash injection to keep you going if you’re in dire straits, but you don’t want to rely exclusively on them or you might run into problems later. For example, if ...

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Build giant monsters from spare parts and fight them in Kaiju Klash

Sometimes a formidable battle of gigantic monsters is just what you need. Godzilla incinerating Tokyo with his atomic breath, King Kong fleeing with beautiful women, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man trampling New York (I say he’s an honorary kaiju, come see me). They’ve long been an inspiration to games big and small, so much so that there’s even a kaiju ...

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The Game of Thrones Effect Sparks Reissues of ‘Lost’ Fantasy Fiction Classics | fantasy books

It’s a beautiful, lyrical fantasy story about a mythical beast who embarks on a quest in a world that no longer believes in her to find out if she really is the last of her kind. Published in 1968, The last unicorn by Peter S Beagle spawned an animated film 40 years ago and is a cherished novel that appeals ...

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Pokemon fan redesign Genesect

If there was ever an IP conducive to fan design of any type, then this is the Pokemon franchise. With a real wealth of iconic creature designs and a very distinctive visual style that isn’t too hard to stick to, so-called Fakemons are one of the community’s favorite pastimes, especially when adding something to an already beloved creature. Something similar ...

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Playing violent video games does not seem to have a significant effect on aggression.

We’ve all heard that people attribute mass shootings to violent video games, but is it legit? a review show Collaboration: Psychology He denies the allegations and finds that playing sniper video games does not lead to increased aggression. With increasing mass violence comes the need to understand what can trigger these habits. Whether or not violent video games are a ...

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What is ping and why is it important for gaming?

(Pocket-lint) – When playing multiplayer games, it’s important to know what your ping is and how it can affect your gaming performance. Besides having a specific aim and good reflexes, there are a few things that can positively or negatively affect your games and influence whether you win or not. Ping is one of those things. But what is it ...

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Sunsoft is back to remind fans of its NES glory days

After a long time out of the public eye in North America, Sunsoft returns to release three new games based on its catalog of classic games. They include Ikki Unite, a multiplayer cooperative roguelike; the return of Gimmick, a classic NES platformer; and Ufouria, a metroidvania slated for consoles in 2023. The releases are part of a new strategy from ...

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NZXT Canvas 32Q Curved Gaming Monitor Review

PC cases or even fully built PCs. This is what we know NZXT best for. But the monitors? Not really. Enter the new NZXT Canvas 32Q Curved. It’s a 32-inch, 1440p, 165Hz panel that begs an immediate question. When it comes to gaming monitors, is it better to have something from a screen specialist, eg LG, that has then been ...

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10 Best Biomechanical Horror Video Games

With many upcoming titles inspired by HR Giger, such as the survival horror game Contempt it is scheduled for October 21, it’s obvious that Giger’s surreal “biomechanical” art style continues to inspire. Since horror is all about subverting and traversing established social dichotomies and norms, the combination of mechanical and organic elements, which are normally seen as opposing forces, is ...

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Overwatch 2 crossplay lets you merge console and PC accounts

Blizzard has already announced Overwatch 2 crossplay at an earlier date, and now, as we get closer to the Overwatch 2 release date, Blizzard has announced that you can merge your Overwatch 2 accounts if you play on multiple platforms. The merge will allow you to carry over the progress and cosmetics from the original Overwatch on any platform and ...

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Payday loan companies are now using social media ads to entice young people into debt

Regina Morrison Newman is the Shelby County Trustee Payday loans are not cheap money. A two-week payday loan with a $15 fee to borrow $100 results in an APR of nearly 400% If you’ve ever needed extra cash to prepare for your next paycheck, you understand the appeal of a payday loan. Now, video ads on places like TikTok are ...

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Alienware has new gaming monitors with built-in headset support

Alienware is releasing a pair of new gaming monitors, including a 25-inch with a 360Hz variable refresh rate and a 27-inch Quad HD option that can overclock to 280Hz. Both monitors sport slimmer designs than the other recent offerings from the brand, with smaller bases and sliding headphone stands, giving users more desktop space for massive desk pads and full-size ...

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‘SCP: Blackout’ Devs Tease New Multiplayer Horror Game ‘The Outsiders’ [Video]

Before we dive into this week’s Bioshock discussion, would you please give last week’s episode covering Hunt: Confrontation listening ? At the start of Safe Room, Neil and I both made mental checklists of games we just had to talk about on the show. Games that we were so excited about that one of us had to hit the other ...

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Tower of Fantasy: how to download the game on PC and mobile

Currently ranked number one in the App Store’s free role-playing games, Tower of Fantasy is undeniably one of the most popular games. With its visuals and elements, the game should rival HoYoverse Genshin Impact. Chinese developer Hotta Studio developed the game, and although it’s been in the Chinese gaming market since December 2021, its recent global release has, cliché as ...

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8 Fire Trucks Sent To Nintendo HQ In Japan After Fire

Emergency services were called to Nintendo’s headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, after a small fire broke out inside the building. The original story of the Japanese news publication NHK reports that the fire broke out at 1 p.m. local time on Monday (August 15) at the publisher’s development building (translation via VGC). Eight fire engines were dispatched to the headquarters, but ...

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Weekly poll: Will Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 make you join the foldable revolution?

? Anonymous 3SI 10 minutes ago I will not switch from a glass screen to a plastic screen. flip types are very impractical and let’s be honest, 80% of its buyers just bought it for “aesthetics” because it’s cute ngl. while the fold is great for productivity, its folded shape is still bulky and its screen ...

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Conductors with Controllers: OSU’s Unique Musical Classroom | Entertainment

Classes will resume soon. For some, this can be an exciting opportunity to learn new concepts. For others, it’s an obstacle in their schedule that blocks their time to have fun. No matter which side people can land on, Oklahoma State offers plenty of courses. One of the more unique courses students can take at OSU is MUSI 3593, Video ...

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Steam update makes it easier to claim free games and DLC

If you love getting free games on Steam, a new Steam update has just made the process of claiming free games and free DLC add-ons a little easier. The new addition might not seem like much at first, but it makes building up that backlog pile in your Steam library much smoother, meaning you can engage in even more of ...

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The Japanese series My Summer Vacation is now in English, thanks to Crayon Shin-chan

The release of a charming adventure game Shin chan: Me and the teacher on summer vacation on Nintendo Switch this week may not seem like a momentous occasion in the annals of gaming – low-budget licensed titles rarely are. But like the recent Western debut of live alive, Kowloon High School ChronicleWhere Moon, Shin ChanThe new version fills an important ...

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Netflix’s latest mobile game on iOS and Android is the best yet – I’m hooked

Netflix’s push into gaming may not be a smash hit, but it seems to be slowly growing its library of games. I’ve just got the latest game to join its ranks, and I think it’s an absolute must-have on iOS and Android. The game in question is Into the Breach. Released in February 2018 on PC, this turn-based strategy game ...

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Afghans are fighting economic destruction with Bitcoin, video games and a new Chinatown

Sulaiman bin Shah was at a wedding earlier this month when he received a tap on the shoulder. It was the sixth time that someone sent by the Taliban, the militant group that now rules Afghanistan, had asked the former deputy trade and industry minister to return to his old job. “They sent people to my house, to my private ...

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Wreckreation looks like Trackmania with a Forge mode

One of the most exciting games revealed today at THQ’s showcase was Wreckreation, a racing game in the style of Trackmania or Hot Wheels Unleashed, which emphasizes custom content and course editing at the fly. The game’s trailer features muddled local radio conversations about the gravity-defying race tracks that suddenly appeared in the sky, before switching to cinematic gameplay of ...

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Assassin’s Creed Infinity settings we hope to see at launch

The Assassin’s Creed The franchise has had a turbulent decade. After a surprisingly successful debut, Ubisoft followed up with some of the best third-person stealth action games of its console generation with the release of assassin’s creed 2 and fraternity. In 2013, the beloved swashbuckling adventure Assassin’s Creed 4 The Black Flag released, and subsequent years saw the standard Assassin’s ...

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Google Pixel NotePad promises to challenge Samsung’s foldables in 2022

As the next and possibly best smartphone in the industry, the Google Pixel Fold or Google Notepad, may be manufactured by Foxconn, as in any case, as we have already notified in previous years. Fortunately, we had more important data on our smartphone after the leak. The new report, however, shows that the new equipment is coming in 2022. Indeed, ...

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Minecraft shows how video games can enhance your creativity

Unless you’re too young to know or too old to care, you’ve most likely heard of the game Minecraft. It’s the popular sandbox game where everything is made of blocks, and you as the player can do whatever your heart desires – there are no rules in the world of Minecraft. Over 200 million units have been sold in 2021, ...

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Improved gaming experience with Samsung Gaming Hub – Samsung Global Newsroom

In this article, Samsung Newsroom discusses how to enjoy home gaming with the Samsung Gaming Hub. The Samsung Gaming Hub provides fun gaming experiences for all types of gamers, from budding gamers who need to buy new equipment to play games when they’re just starting out, to avid gamers who want to play all kinds of games, including console games ...

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New Pac-Man movie in development from Bandai Namco Entertainment

A new pac man movie is in preparation from bandai namco Entertainment Studios and Wayfarer. The production company, founded by ‘Five Feet Apart’ director Justin Baldoni and billionaire businessman Steve Sarowitz, is known for the 2020 film Clouds, released on Disney+ after taking over distribution rights from Warner. Bros. Pictures. No release date has been revealed for this live-action adaptation. ...

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Are video games really more expensive?

In general, we like to think we know how much something is worth. The decision is based less on logic than on emotion, an intangible instinct. When it comes to video games, we know when a game is under or, in most cases, overpriced. Unfortunately, this ability to designate price versus value is disrupted by inflation. Inflation has recently become ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (August 8, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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Square Enix sold Western studios over fears Japanese game sales could be ‘cannibalized’

In its latest quarterly earnings call, Square-Enix explained his reasoning behind the sale of his western studios. In May, Square Enix announced that it was selling Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal, the studios behind Tomb Raider and Deus Ex respectively. Now, as Polygon reports, Square Enix explained in its financial results that this is because games from its Western studios ...

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Clever KBRD is an escape where you bounce balls with your keyboard skills

I’m a big fan of breakout style games. You know the ones where you hit a small ball with a racket and it breaks the blocks? I like those. They are good. One of the first games I remember buying was Super Break Out on Game Boy. Enter developer Connor Aitken, a young game design grad, who had a weirdly ...

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LETTER: Standards for content available in TV shows, movies and video games must also apply to schools | Opinion

The reviews published in the Fauquier times by Max Hall, Steve Kadilak and Nancy Treusch seems to be based on a complete misunderstanding of Moms For Liberty’s demands. Our company has a long history of providing access and consumption advice for movies, TV shows, video games, and even movie theaters and some entertainment venues. This group simply wants the same ...

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Upgrade your gaming station with these “Demon Slayer” themed gaming chairs

If you are a fan of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” 鬼滅の刃 and video games are also a hobby of yours, how about a Demon Slayer gaming chair? If this sounds like a dream, I have good news for you. Gaming furniture brand Bauhütte has announced the release of the G-300KM, which is their Demon Slayer gaming chair, on September ...

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The Combat Collection – The New Indian Express

Express press service KOCHI: Last month, Capcom released an optimized and curated showcase of ten of its popular vintage arcade games as part of the “Capcom Fighting Collection.” Capcom’s fighting games date back decades and are an important part of video game history, having been widely played in arcades in the late 90s. This collection contains Street Fighter 2, Red ...

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You’ll never guess the leader of the most popular video games list in each state

Video games have been an integral part of the American way of life since Atari burst into living rooms in the late 1970s. They’ve become so entrenched in our culture over the years that it’s hard to pinpoint the apex of their popularity. Was Nintendo’s mid-1980s dominance the height of video game popularity? Was Sony’s rise to prominence in the ...

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World of Warcraft’s Fatal Raids bug ‘isn’t a quick fix,’ says developer

According to Blizzard, a bug in World of Warcraft Fatal Raids that causes many abilities to malfunction and underperform in more difficult Shadowlands raids is unlikely to be fixed soon. The bug, which causes a wide range of different abilities to deal significantly less damage or healing in the MMORPG, is apparently a more complicated issue than initially thought. Responding ...

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Adam Peaty is right that the Commonwealth Games aren’t the pinnacle for many sports

The debate sparks a wider conversation about the Commonwealth Games more generally; on their role and their value in the world of sport. The truth is that while the Olympics are the greatest spectacle on earth, the Commies are a bit of a “village fete” by comparison. It’s always world-class athletes competing in Birmingham, of course. Most of them anyway. ...

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Frogun Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo’s life

Captured on Nintendo Switch (docking station) In an age where game developers are constantly striving to create something photorealistic and fully immersive, we’re starting to lose touch with the games that kept us awake at night as kids. Luckily Molegato, the developer of Frogun, kept that in mind when making this retro-styled puzzle platformer. The story of Frogun follows Renata, ...

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Video game consoles have been spared inflation in Japan, but for how long?

The weak yen has triggered price increases on electronics, from iPhones to refrigerators across Japan this year, with one glaring exception: the video game console. Sony Group, Microsoft and Nintendo have maintained a conversion rate of 100 yen to the dollar which today sees their consoles up to $100 cheaper in Japan than elsewhere in the world. No company wants ...

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Cyberpunk 2077 anime has a hyperviolent new trailer

The Cyberpunk 2077 anime now has an official trailer, and there’s a lot to take in. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, an animated series produced by the studio behind Kill la Kill and Fire Emblem Fates, features a retrograde level of hyperviolence and a new perspective on Cyberpunk The Night City of 2077. In Cyberpunk lore, “edgerunners” are people who live on the ...

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