Monthly Archives: August 2022

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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