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Doogee V20 Hands-on: A rugged and affordable Android handset with a few tricks up its sleeve

The Doogee V20 arrived shortly after the release of the V10, which uses the same chipset but has a slightly smaller screen (and a less power-efficient one that uses LCD technology), less storage and less capable cameras. The V20 is available with 8GB of memory and 256GB of USF 2.2 storage, which can be supplemented using a microSD card. The ...

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Bethesda retires its PC launcher and will migrate all games to Steam

Bethesda is retiring its PC launcher alongside announcing that it will move all of its PC versions to Steam, the company announcement today. Along with the news that Bethesda is retiring its PC launcher, they confirmed that players will be able to migrate their games from their old launcher to Steam starting in early April. Bethesda noted that migrating users ...

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Testing Bluestacks got me excited (and worried) about Google Play Games for PC

Source: Android Central Currently, Google is beta testing Google Play Games for PC, an application for playing Android games on your computer. Announced at The Game Awards last year, it’s available to try in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan, and will likely be available in other countries soon. While I’m tentatively excited to see what this app brings to ...

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10 video games that defined the 3rd generation of consoles

The third generation of consoles was the revival of the video game industry, thanks in large part to Nintendo. The NES was hugely popular, selling nearly 62 million units worldwide. The Sega Master System was released soon after, and Atari was still in play with the Atari 7800. RELATED: 10 Genre-Defining Video Games Everyone Should Play But it was the ...

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Video games that diagnose, monitor and treat depression developed by scientists | Scientific and technical news

Scientists have developed video games using AI technology to diagnose, monitor and treat depression. The platform, called Thymia, aims to make depression and other mental health issues as measurable as physical ailments. Dr Emilia Molimpakis, CEO and co-founder of Thymia, told Sky News: “At the moment the existing system is flawed in many ways, GPs don’t have the time, the ...

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Reviews | I play video games with my 4 year old and it is good

To her, a “video game” already meant something different that had nothing to do with learning anything of obvious use. I was pretty much okay with it, so we played Super Mario Odyssey over and over again until she could reliably run and jump and figure out that Mario had to save Princess Peach from Bowser. Over time, she learned ...

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From Halo to Halo: Infinite. How video games have changed

The recent release of Halo: Infinite is a stark reminder of what video games were and where they were. Halo: Infinite is the final sequel to the Halo video game trilogy, following the story of Master Chief. The campaign mode is remarkably straightforward and tells an easy-to-understand story compared to other iterations of the Halo franchise. The game is free ...

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Here’s how to turn off the in-game dashboard icon pop-up on Android 12

Along with the significant user interface changes and the introduction of Material You, one of the coolest features of Android 12 is the inclusion of “game mode”. It is similar to the Xbox Dashboard on PC. While manufacturers like Xiaomi, Realme, and OnePlus have already developed their version of game mode, everyone was excited to see what Android had to ...

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10 extremely delayed games that turned out to be great anyway

For those of us who don’t have a working knowledge of game development, the process is indistinguishable from magic. From a void, a sumptuous imaginary environment is conjured up, alive with possibilities and interacting systems. Imagine trying to set a date for the duration of this process. And yet the developers do, and we take them to heart. And then ...

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Gurman: Apple plans to launch an “expensive” mixed reality device in 2022

In its latest edition of Light up bulletin, Bloomberg Mark Gurman talks about Apple’s long-rumored mixed reality device that could finally launch as early as next year. This is not the first time that Gurman has reported on this mixed reality device. Apple has been planning one for a few years now and it looks like it’s almost ready to ...

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Android 12: five notable features coming to your smartphone

Android 12 is the biggest software update to ever come to smartphones – and there’s plenty to be excited about. From the new Material You design language to a new privacy dashboard that tells the user what kind of data has been used, we’ve rounded up all of the best new features in Android 12. Now that Android 12 is ...

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The Unexpected Benefits of Playing Video Games at Work

One of the few benefits of the pandemic is that it has exposed work culture issues that have not been resolved for decades. Ironically, although they spend most of the time locked in their own homes, workers have enjoyed an unusual level of freedom over the past 18 months. The rise in remote work proven that staff don’t need to ...

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How to make vintage or retro games look better on an HDTV

CRT TVs are widely regarded as the best way to play old video games, and for good reason. Retro games look better and play better on CRTs because that’s the type of display they were designed for. But what if you don’t have a CRT, don’t have room for one, or can’t find one? Vintage games can look terrible on ...

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Squid Game on Netflix: All you need to know about the disturbing hit

Desperate and in debt, Squid Game players risk their lives playing deadly children’s games in the hope of winning big. Netflix / Youngkyu Park Show n ° 1 on Netflix right now is a Korean series with a strange name. Squid game is a disturbing nine-part series about a world where children’s games become deadly. Squid Game Is The First ...

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Announcement of a new Japanese games TV show called “Game Genome”

NHK just announced a games TV show called Game Genome where people will be able to talk and play games for a full hour and they will be able to do so with the director / producer of the game as a guest. For the very first episode, the TV show will have a very special guest to commemorate it ...

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How to get started in video games

The gaming industry has become so big that a lot of people are now making money from it. You can’t imagine that the highest paid player Johan Sundstein made $ 6.9 million just playing. What’s more, even the most modest, according to Statista, made at least $ 1 million to $ 3 million from the games. But aside from money, ...

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Epic Games now requires Epic Online Services

Epic Games now requires users to install Epic Online Services to properly use the launcher. Here’s how to fix the blank screen that prevents users from installing this new service. When users launch the Epic Games Launcher, they are greeted with a message that says, “Installation of Epic Online Services is required – you will not receive any launcher updates ...

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Women take control of mobile gaming

Mobile gaming has risen to the top of the video game industry, now accounting for 60% of the market, and growing. While the traditional video game industry remains a male dominated category, one of the fastest growing segments of mobile gaming is growth driven largely by women, who enjoy competition. “The Four” sat down with Big bucks hunter World champion ...

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What types of computer games do you like? What about older games?

If you like to play computer games, it probably means recent games, not older games. But here I’m going to outline some categories and some examples of older games that are just as good as the new games and can be a good diversion for you. Another option is to play games in a way that they are not meant ...

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Xbox series X stock – live: latest UK replenishment updates of Game, Smyths and more

Xbox Series X reportedly getting 500GB storage expansion card The Xbox Series X is almost a year old, but it’s still out of stock across the UK. A global semiconductor shortage, combined with the collapse of supply chains at home and abroad, has slowed production of Microsoft’s latest Xbox in the past 10 months. The cheaper, less powerful Xbox Series ...

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PC games are booming right now, but where do we go from here?

PC games have a turbulent history. It gained popularity after the 1983 video game crash, an event caused by excess console and shoddy games, and regained popularity in the 1990s thanks to the resurgence of the original Sony PlayStation consoles and Nintendo 64. However, PC games have managed to regain a stable position in the expected constantly growing global market. ...

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The Valve Steam Deck: The Future of Handheld Gaming

If you’re planning to tackle holiday shopping early this year, look no further than the recently announced Valve Steam Deck. Now able to revolutionize the way we think about gaming on the go, the Valve Stream Deck will let you play your favorite PC games on the go! The Stream Deck aims to take your favorite PC games built into ...

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Valve Steam Deck, a $ 399 Nintendo Switch-style PC console, arrives in December

The $ 399 Steam Deck arrives in December. Valve Rumors began to circulate earlier this year that Valve was working on a Switch-type handheld game console for laptop gaming. Now it’s official: The $ 399 Steam Deck goes on presale on Friday, July 16, with devices slated for delivery in December. If you’ve ever wanted a Nintendo Switch Pro for ...

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Android 12 will get you playing faster – here’s how

Android 12 will bring games a cool new feature for gamers when it lands on your Android phone later this year. You will be able to play games even before they finish downloading to your device. The announcement, made at this week’s Google for Games Developer Summit, effectively removes a stumbling block from the Google Play games ecosystem. It will ...

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Minecraft is now an R-rated game in South Korea

Minecraft, the incredibly kid-friendly sandbox game, has essentially been slapped with an adult-only age group in South Korea. The odd restriction comes down to the country’s “Cinderella Law”, which puts an end to any child or teenager hoping to play games with their friends until the wee hours of the morning. The law has been in place since 2011 and ...

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Level Ex puts skin in the game with new mobile app for dermatologists

Level Ex’s latest educational mobile app, the Top Derm game for dermatologists, puts real skin in a video game. The gripping, peer-reviewed video game is designed to keep physicians up to date with the latest advancements in dermatology and offers continuing medical education credits. Over 140 dermatologists have collaborated on the app with designers, developers and artists from the gaming ...

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Shigeru Miyamoto’s Favorite Games Include Tetris and Pokémon Go

Shigeru Miyamto (left) and Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa (right)Photo: KAZUHIRO NOGI (Getty Images) At Nintendo’s 81st Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, a question-and-answer section allowed those in attendance to ask all kinds of business-related questions. One, however, was so obvious that I can’t believe it hasn’t been asked before: someone just wanted to know what everyone’s favorite video games were. ...

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Atari wants to create “premium” PC games again

Atari will move away from mobile and free-to-play games in favor of “a strong pipeline of premium games” for PC and consoles, the company announced today. A portion of its current mobile offerings, including Atari Combat: Tank Fury and Ninja Fury, will be discontinued or sold, while “hit games with a loyal user base” will be allowed to remain. The ...

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