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Added Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 6:05am

Next-Gen NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Unveiled

REVEALED: The Tegra K1-Powered NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet and new SHIELD Controller officially launching July 29.

By Patrick Shaw After months of speculation, NVIDIA has finally pulled the curtain back on its next-generation SHIELD platform and successor to NVIDIA's self-contained SHIELD device it launched last year. Slated to release at the end of this month, the new SHIELD experience liberates the first-generation SHIELD device (now dubbed SHIELD Portable) controller from its display as the new platform features a separate SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Controller designed to provide gamers with more options for how and where they play their games. Equipped with a Kepler architecture-based, 192-core packing NVIDIA Tegra K1 "super chip", the SHIELD Tablet features an 8-inch Full HD IPS LCD display with a sharp resolution of...

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Android Games
Added Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 3:05pm

Interview: Dungeon Defenders Eternity

EXCLUSIVE: Trendy Entertainment CEO Darrell Rodriguez discusses the how the latest Dungeon Defenders game has been visually enhanced for NVIDIA Tegra.

By Patrick Shaw Featuring vibrant fantasy visuals built on Epic Games' Unreal Engine technology, Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders received high praise from critics and gamers alike for its compelling blend of tower-defense and action RPG gameplay. In an exclusive interview with NVISION, Darrell Rodriguez, CEO at Trendy Entertainment, discussed how feedback from Dungeon Defenders' passionate community of players has been invaluable when approaching the new game. It's also helped fuel the creative direction of Dungeon Defenders Eternity, which launches on Android with all-new graphics and gameplay specifically enhanced for NVIDIA Tegra-powered devices. "Both Dungeon Defenders Eternity and Dungeon...

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Added Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 9:05am

Major Update Hits Dark Souls 2

From Software releases a large update for Dark Souls 2 ahead of launching its new Crown of the Sunken King DLC.

By Fraser Brown | PCGamesN Ahead of the launch of Dark Souls 2’s first slice of DLC, Crown of the Sunken King, which launches July 22, From Software’s slapped a massive update on the game. Really bloody massive. Some of the changes are rather sweeping, such as health recovery items not longer being usable in PvP, tweaks to continuous attacks and corrections to damage.  If you’re wondering if now is a good time to dip into the game, take a gander at my Dark Souls 2 review. Or I could just tell you right here that you should get it.  The new DLC is the first part in a trilogy, opening up new areas and challenges for players to die over and over and over again in. The goal:...

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Added Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 3:05am

Doom Remake Revealed Next Year

id Software explains that a formal Doom reveal likely won't happen until 2015.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo You’re likely well aware that Bethesda is working on a new Doom game. Footage from the game was actually shown behind closed doors to attendees of QuakeCon 2014 as an appreciation for their support and showing up to the event. According to PC Gamer, who spoke to Bethesda’s Pete Hines, there probably won't be a public Doom reveal this year. This is apparently because they feel that the game is not yet ready for a formal announcement. Bethesda is working with id Software to develop the game and it seems that the footage they planned to show at QuakeCon was initially met with some resistance. According to Hines, “We’re working with them to say, ‘How does this work?...

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Android Games
Added Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 12:05am

Android in HD: Overkill 3

Check out the new trailer for Craneballs Studios' sci-fi third-person shooter sequel, Overkill 3.

Published by: Craneballs Studios Price: TBA Genre: Action/Shooter Release Date: Fall 2014  

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Added Monday, Jul 21st 2014 3:35pm

The Crew Beta Launches on PC

The closed beta for Ubisoft's next-generation open-world racing video game has arrived.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-21-2014 | 3:05PM Ubisoft Reflections and developer Ivory Tower have launched the official closed PC beta for The Crew, the hotly-anticipated open-world racing game that puts players behind the wheel of a variety of exotic vehicles as they race across cities in the United States. Beginning Monday, July 21, players can test drive The Crew in the closed beta, which features five different cities spread across 6,200 miles of road. The beta also includes 30 playable missions and 200 skill-based challenges, a robust amount of content that should keep players engaged during its weeklong beta. Missions and challenges, however, are limited to The Crew's Midwest and East Coast regions of the U.S. during the beta...

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Games / Tech
Added Monday, Jul 21st 2014 12:05pm

NVIDIA Launches the Ultimate Quest

Players have one last day to complete NVIDIA's Tweet-based adventure in order to win "something big".

by NVISION Staff In anticipation of a big announcement NVIDIA will make on Tuesday, July 22, the company released the Ultimate Quest, a text-based adventure where players who complete the game have the chance to, as NVIDIA explains, be among the first to "get the new release—whatever it may be." Created in collaboration with interactive fiction author Emily Short, Ultimate Quest is a Twitter-based text adventure in which players are tasked with tweeting to followers, responding to tweets and uncovering mysteries that unfold in the game's sci-fi-tinged storyline. To participate in Ultimate Quest, players need to sign-up with a valid Twitter account and authorize the game to access to your Twitter...

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Added Monday, Jul 21st 2014 10:35am

Darkwood Hits Steam Early Access July 24

Wizard Studio's forthcoming horror-themed roguelike game launching on Steam Early Access this week.

By Jeremy Peel | PCGamesN Darkwood is a promising top-down, roguelike, horror game coming to Steam Early Access on July 24th. To celebrate the release date, Acid Wizard Studio has released a special interactive trailer, which allows you to choose the fate of our nameless wanderer. Will you fight or flee? Watch the interactive trailer above. Darkwood is set in a cryptic forest within the territory of the Soviet Bloc. The environment is deliberately deceiving; with the levels being randomly generated and unknown terrors lurking in the shadows. You’ll have to watch your back if you want to survive and find out what happened in Darkwood. It’s very much an alpha though. The game isn’t complete and...

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Added Monday, Jul 21st 2014 7:30am

Original Diablo Recreated in Divinity Mod

Blizzard's action RPG classic is getting remade in a new Divinity: Original Sin mod.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo Blizzard’s original Diablo was one of the most defining action RPGs. Now a fan of the series has decided to give the game a revival in the form of a mod for Divinity: Original Sin. Dubbed Diablo: Original Sin, the mod recreates the original town of Tristram from the first Diablo game. If you’ve never played the original Diablo game then this map might not necessarily make sense to you. However if you played Diablo 2, you would have ventured into the area, albeit somewhat different with all of its inhabitants killed. In any case we have to admit that so far what the modder, docalypse, did is pretty impressive. It might not necessarily look exactly like Tristram, but it’s pretty...

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Games / Android Games
Added Monday, Jul 21st 2014 12:05am

Gaming in HD: Dali-Inspired Back to Bed

Watch the official trailer for the surreal, Salvador Dali-inspired indie game, Back to Bed.

Developed by: Bedtime Gaming Platforms: PC, Android Genre: Adventure Release Date: August 2014 [ Official Website ]  

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Added Sunday, Jul 20th 2014 12:05pm

This Week in Gaming News

Our weekly roundup of some of the biggest stories in PC and Android gaming.

by NVISION Staff Every week, the editorial team at NVISION strives to deliver only the most relevant stories in Android, tech and gaming. But with such a high volume of content, often times it can be difficult to remember what exactly the big headlines were over the past seven days. The following is a recap of the week’s most significant news that specifically relates to the world of gaming. Dead Trigger 2's Long-Anticipated (and BIG) Update Hits Android Last month we reported that Madfinger Games has been gearing up to release the biggest update to date for Dead Trigger 2, its horror-themed first-person shooter that pits players against ravenous hordes of flesh-eating zombies. Now, the Czech developer has released...

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Games / Tech
Added Sunday, Jul 20th 2014 6:05am

Prototype Footage of Areal FPS Revealed

West Games releases the first footage of STALKER successor Areal.

By Jeremy Peel | PCGamesN The Ukrainian developers behind the most troubled Kickstarter project in yonks have released the first footage of their intended STALKER successor, Areal. The “early prototype” video is a bid to pull the campaign by its shoulders over the finish line - but is unlikely to sway would-be backers one way or the other. West Games say the footage is “not representative of Areal’s final quality”. Some of the right elements are there, though: a flashlight, a forest, and an anomalous crash site. And throughout, the comforting, ever-present blip of something like a Geiger counter. But then there’s that stiff-looking character model. And did anybody manage to...

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Android Games
Added Saturday, Jul 19th 2014 12:05pm

New Android Gaming Deals Worth Checking Out

A look at some of the best video game sales going on right now.

by Patrick Shaw At any given point in time, you can find numerous Android games on Google Play available at a discounted price. Rather than listing them all here, we figured it would be a better service to our readers to recommend some of our favorite game deals that are actually worth taking advantage of. Note: Game discounts on Google Play are often temporary, therefore all prices listed below are subject to change. Anomaly Trilogy Anomaly Warzone Earth HD Sale Price: $0.99 (normally $3.99) Anomaly Korea Sale Price: $0.99 (normally $3.99) Anomaly 2 Sale Price: $1.99 (normally $4.99) What They Are: 11 Bit Studios' twist on the tower defense genre puts players in command of an elite armor battalion...

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Added Saturday, Jul 19th 2014 6:05am

Hearthstone Expansion Unleashing July 22

Blizzard set to launch Curse of Naxxramas next week.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo Heads up Hearthstone players: If you are looking forward to the Curse of Naxxramas expansion, Blizzard has officially announced that the expansion will be seeing a release on the 22nd of July, which is next Tuesday. If you were excited about the new content and cards from the expansion, you won’t have to wait much longer. Prior to this, Blizzard had promised that they would be releasing the expansion in July, although until now we did not have a very specific date to look forward to. Blizzard has also announced the pricing scheme for the Curse of Naxxramas expansion, which will allow gamers to either buy their way into the different wings of the expansion using real money, or buy it saving up...

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Android Games
Added Friday, Jul 18th 2014 2:05pm

Game of Thrones Ascent Invades Android

Disruptor Beam's RPG based on the enormously popular HBO series and fantasy novels is now available to download on Google Play.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-18-2014 | 2:05PM After eclipsing 4 million players on Facebook, Disruptor Beam has unleashed Game of Thrones Ascent, its social RPG based on the hit HBO series and fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin, on Google Play. Available to download free on Android with optional in-game purchases, Game of Thrones Ascent is set after the death of the King's Hand in an epic adventure players ultimately shape through their actions and the alliances they form. Featuring over 2,500 quests, the game boasts a rich amount of customization including weapon and armor crafting, army forging, alliance forming and other options that empower players to create their own distinct identity and storyline in the Game of Thrones...

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Android Games / Apps
Added Friday, Jul 18th 2014 12:05pm

Friday Google Play Gift Card Giveaway

Every week NVision is giving away credits to download whatever you want on Google Play.

You may not know it, but NVISION is a relatively young app. But since launching on Google Play last year, we've surpassed 450K downloads and launched a new slick handset version of NVISION available free for all Android phones. And we couldn't have done it without readers like you. As a thank you to our readers, we're going to be doing regular Google Play gift card giveaways! Every week (or so), we'll be giving away a $10 Google Play gift card code, which can be used to download apps and games on Google's online marketplace. So what do you have to do to win? Simply follow the instructions below. How to Win: 1. Sign-up for a free Google+ profile (if you don't have one already). 2. Follow NVISION on...

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Games
Added Friday, Jul 18th 2014 6:05am

ESPN to Broadcast Dota 2 Championships Live

The International 2014 Dota 2 tournament will be shown live on ESPN.

By Matt Purslow | PCGamesN You’ve probably heard of ESPN, if only during the sports sections of Microsoft’s E3 conferences. They’re pretty damn big in the States, and they cover serious sports like football, basketball, and Dota 2.  Yes, this year ESPN expands its boundaries to eSports with coverage of The International 2014 through its online ESPN3 channel. Not only that, but a preview of the tournament final will be broadcast on ESPN2, a cable network accessible by 97,717,000 US homes.  Looks like Dota 2 is invading the America living room. "From the success of the Compendium to the collaboration with ESPN, this year's International really demonstrates how much competitive...

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Tech / Apps
Added Friday, Jul 18th 2014 3:05am

Google Glass Trials Offered in Select Cities

Google rolls a limited try before you buy program for Glass in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.

By Adnan Farooqui | Ubergizmo Are you interested in Google Glass but would like to have the opportunity to try one before you buy one? After all it is a $1,500 investment, which is quite steep for a wearable device. Google has been slowly expanding its Glass platform and after opening up sales of the Explorer Edition to the general public it is now offering free Google Glass trials in select cities. CNET reports today that Google has sent out emails to prospective Glass buyers inviting them to its offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles or New York so that they can try a Glass unit. “Sit down with a Glass Guide, take in the view and see what Glass is really like,” the email reads. Those who do receive an...

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Games / Android Games
Added Friday, Jul 18th 2014 12:05am

Gaming in HD: The Walking Dead: Amid the Ruins

Watch the new trailer for the penultimate episode in Telltale Games' gripping second season of its The Walking Dead video game series.

Developed by: Telltale Games Platforms: PC, Android, consoles Genre: Adventure Release Date: July 22 on PC, TBA on Android [ Official Website ]  

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Games
Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 10:35am

Next-Gen Destruction Comes to Rainbow Six

Ubisoft's AnvilNext engine and Realblast Destruction tech bring stunning demolition effects to Rainbow Six: Siege.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-17-2014 | 10:35AM Unveiled at E3 2014 in Los Angeles, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege is the next anticipated installment in Ubisoft's first-person tactical shooter series headed exclusively to PC and next-gen consoles. Rainbow Six: Siege cranks up the intensity of the franchise's trademark team-based SWAT gameplay with a new emphasis on multiplayer combat and destructible settings, which are brought to life with Ubisoft's AnvilNext engine and Realblast Destruction technology. With Realblast Destruction, the game's designers are able to pump an unprecedented amount of detail into the damage players inflict upon their environments. Now, instead of solely relying on breaching doors and...

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Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 5:05pm

The Elder Scrolls Online Hits Steam for 50% Off

Bethesda Softworks' Elder Scrolls MMO joins Steam's digital library of PC games.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-17-2014 | 5:00PM Bethesday Softworks announced this week that The Elder Scrolls Online, its massively multiplayer online role-playing game set within The Elder Scrolls' fantasy universe, is now available to download on Steam. Originally released on PC back in April, The Elder Scrolls Online is set approximately 1,000 years prior to the events that unfold in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim where three warring factions—First Aldmeri Dominion, the Daggerfall Covenant and the Ebonheart Pact—battle for control of Tamriel. Players can also join any of the three factions, which have their own distinct storyline and goals. Celebrating TESO's launch on Steam, the game is now available to download for...

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Android Games / Games
Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 1:45pm

Magic: The Gathering Game Now on PC, Android

Wizards of the Coasts launches Magic 2015 – Duels of the Planeswalkers.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-17-2014 | 1:45PM Magic 2015 – Duels of the Planeswalkers, the all-new digital edition of Wizards  of the Coast's fantasy-themed Magic: The Gathering card trading game, is now available to download on PC and Android. In the game, players are cast as a Planeswalker in a new adventure where they will confront a fearsome adversary known as Garruk Wildspeaker. All of the deck building and crafting from the classic Magic: The Gathering card game is featured in the game, too. If you are new to the Magic series, Magic 2015 also includes a fleshed-out tutorial mode that will teach you the basics and prepare you for battle in no time. The game also launches with support for multiplayer card battles...

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Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 6:05am

Stealth Terror Game, Solarix, Hits Kickstarter

UK developer KISS Ltd. launches a Kickstarter campaign for its stealth-infused psychological survival-horror game, Solarix.

By Matt Purslow | PCGamesN Let's sit around a metaphorical table for a moment and discuss what we all really like in a stealth game. We want the darkness and patience of Thief, yeah? The openness and possibilities of Deus Ex? Gotcha. Oh, and a blend of horror, just to wrench the tension. A dash of System Shock 2 it is then. That’s the blend we like when it comes to stealthy survival horrors.  It’s exactly these influences you’ll find in grimy sci-fi indie project Solarix. Pulsetense games are looking to recapture those glory days of the late 90s when staying hidden was an art, not just doing what you were told by an objective arrow.  Set aboard the titular research station,...

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Tech / Apps
Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 3:05am

Google+ Users Can Now Remain Anonymous

Google now allows users of its social media network to keep their identity private.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo When Google+ launched, it required users to use their real name. In a way this made sense since many of us would like to know who we are interacting with, right? However, there are some users who are particularly concerned about their privacy and would rather not use their real names. Well the good news is that if you have been holding out on Google+ for this feature, Google has recently announced that Google+ users who don’t want to use their real names are no longer required to. According to Google, “Over the years, as Google+ grew and its community became established, we steadily opened up this policy, from allowing +Page owners to use any name of their choosing to letting YouTube...

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Added Thursday, Jul 17th 2014 12:05am

Gaming in HD: Shallow Space

Watch the impressive new alpha gameplay footage from Crackdown Games' sci-fi strategy game recently greenlit on Steam Greenlight.

Developed by: Crackdown Games Platforms: PC Genre: RTS Release Date: TBA [ Official Website ]  

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Games / Tech
Added Wednesday, Jul 16th 2014 2:35pm

Valve-Approved Portal 2 Aperture Tag Mod Hits

Featuring 27 missions in a new storyline centered around a gel-based Paint Gun, Aperture Tag is now available to download on Steam.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-16-2014 | 2:35PM Aperture Tag: The Paint Gun Testing Initiative, an ambitious community-developed mod for Portal 2 on PC, is now available to download on Steam. Inspired by Tag: The Power of Paint, a student project that led Valve to hire its creator, Aperture Tag replaces Portal 2's iconic Portal Gun with a gel-based Paint Gun players use in an all-new single-player campaign packed with 27 mind-bending missions. The amount of work Aperture Tag's team put into the mod is pretty remarkable as it introduces a robust amount of content including new gameplay mechanics designed around the Paint Gun, characters, voice acting, music and an in-game level editor. It also boasts Steam integration for trading...

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Games / Tech
Added Wednesday, Jul 16th 2014 11:05am

The Hum - A Chilling Alien Abduction Game

An ambitious first-person horror game in development for PC drops players in an eerily desolate world ravaged by extraterrestrial invasion.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-16-2014 | 11:05AM Developed by Argentinian independent game studio Thotwise Games, The Hum puts players in the role of a man who discovers that he is the survivor of an invasion by a race of extraterrestrial beings. The game’s title is a reference to the unnerving sound heard in the moments before the alien species’ arrival. At the beginning of the game, players awaken to find themselves hiding in a barn. As the story unfolds, nightmarish memories of what transpired begin to flood the player’s conscience as they also gain new abilities that will ultimately help them on their journey. Alien abductions are a reoccurring phenomenon in The Hum as players will frequently be abducted during the...

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Added Wednesday, Jul 16th 2014 6:05am

Guild Wars 2 Entanglement Update Now Live

The next anticipated chapter in Guild Wars 2’s Living World is now available.

By Fraser Brown | PCGamesN The next chapter in Guild Wars 2’s Living World has gone live. Entanglement is the second act in the evolving storyline of the MMO. Heroes can continue to explore the Brisban Wildlands, attempting to uncover the mystery of the plague of extremely angry vines that’s spreading out from the Wildlands.  If you missed Entanglement’s trailer last week, here it is again. Along with the continuing story, there are new episode-specific achievements to unlock, new crafting recipes that require players to hunt down fossilized bugs, and a higher tier of reputation. And, of course, it comes with its fair share of bug fixing, class balancing and a dash of polish....

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Tech / Games
Added Wednesday, Jul 16th 2014 3:05am

KOR-FX Haptic Feedback Vest Hits Kickstarter

A Kickstarter campaign launches for a promising new haptic vest that allows gamers to feel the game.

By Tyler Lee | Ubergizmo Devices like the Oculus Rift and Sony’s Project Morpheus have been designed to take the gaming experience to the next level, but if you’d rather feel than see, then perhaps the KOR-FX haptic vest might be of interest to you. Haptic feedback gaming is definitely not new and we’ve seen it in the likes of steering controls and gaming seats. However what makes KOR-FX different is that it is a vest that gamers can wear, allowing them to feel the vibrations from the game on their body. The device was actually announced earlier this year but has since become a Kickstarter project where the device has managed to raise more than $140,000, which is almost double that of its original...

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Added Wednesday, Jul 16th 2014 12:05am

Gaming in HD: Shadow of Mordor Gameplay

Check out the new gameplay footage of the anticipated RPG adventure set within J.R.R. Tolkien's influential fantasy universe.

Developed by: Monolith Productions / Behaviour Interactive Platforms: PC, Consoles Genre: Action RPG Release Date: October 7, 2014 [ Official Website ]  

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Added Tuesday, Jul 15th 2014 3:05pm

Titan Black Compatible G-Pack PC Revealed

PiixL pulls the curtain back on its new gaming machine designed for the living room.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-15-2014 | 3:05PM Developed by PiixL, the hardware manufacturer behind the Jetpack PC, the G-Pack is a new Windows-based gaming PC engineered for high-performance gaming in a living room setting. The small form factor G-Pack gaming machine will ship with support for Steam Big Picture Mode, which allows users to enjoy their favorite PC titles from the comfort of their living room while playing them on a high-definition TV. Arguably the most exciting G-Pack feature is its ultra-thin design, which allows you to directly mount the device between a TV and wall bracket. “There’s been a tremendous interest in our product ever since we announced it earlier this year, so we decided to scale-up our...

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Added Tuesday, Jul 15th 2014 12:05pm

Dead Trigger 2 Tournament Update Hits July 16

Madfinger's big Dead Trigger 2 update officially hitting Android July 16.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-15-2014 | 12:05PM Last month we reported that Madfinger Games has been gearing up to release the biggest update to date for Dead Trigger 2, its horror-themed first-person shooter that pits players against ravenous hordes of flesh-eating zombies. Now, the Czech developer has officially announced that Dead Trigger 2's Tournament update is slated to launch on Android this Wednesday, July 16. In addition to the revealing an official release date, Madfinger has shed more light on what players can specifically look forward to when the update drops this week. One of the biggest features the update introduces is Dead Trigger 2's new Tournament Arena. In the mode, players compete in matches for a chance to...

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Added Tuesday, Jul 15th 2014 6:05am

Assassin's Creed Unity's Single-Player Showcased

Ubisoft shows off new gameplay footage for the upcoming next-gen Assassin's Creed game.

By Fraser Brown | PCGamesN While the French celebrate Bastille Day, remembering the storming of the Bastille and the subsequent uprising, the rest of us can just watch a new Assassin’s Creed Unity trailer, showing off new single-player footage and lots of jumping and murdering interspersed with hyperbolic accolades from E3.  Take a gander at the video above. Ubisoft’s also put together a second trailer detailing Unity’s setting: the Revolution and The Reign of Terror. It breaks down the historical events and ties it into the fiction where a puppet master appears in the chaos, presumably the Templars.  I am, I confess, starting to find it a little odd that I’ve yet to hear a...

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Tech / Apps
Added Tuesday, Jul 15th 2014 3:05am

World Cup Final Breaks Social Media Records

Millions of Tweets and Facebook updates are sent out during the 2014 FIFA World Cup 2014.

By Adnan Farooqui | Ubergizmo In the final few minutes of extra time on Sunday, Germany scored a goal to defeat Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It goes without saying that there was significant buzz about the final match on social media, particularly the two biggest networks, Facebook and Twitter. Ever since the tournament began last month these networks have played a pivotal part in facilitating online conversations about each and every game. Yesterday was no different though the final ended by breaking records across both networks. Facebook revealed that the total number of interactions by its users, which includes comments, posts and likes about the World Cup final, exceeded 280 million. Over 88 million users...

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Added Tuesday, Jul 15th 2014 12:05am

Gaming in HD: Arma III Bootcamp Trailer

Check out Bohemia Interactive's video overview of the brand new bootcamp training missions for Arma III.

Developed by: Bohemia Interactive Platforms: PC Genre: Shooter Release Date: Available Now [ Official Website ]  

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Added Monday, Jul 14th 2014 4:05pm

Tekken 7 Unveiled, Features Unreal Engine 4 Visuals

At EVO 2014, Bandai Namco reveals the debut trailer for the seventh entry in the Tekken fighting series.

By Patrick Shaw | 07-14-2014 | 4:05PM Bandai Namco has officially announced Tekken 7, the seventh major installment in its flagship fighting franchise. The new Tekken game was revealed during the Evolution Championship Series (EVO) fighting game tournament in Las Vegas over the weekend, where thousands of gamers gathered to compete in titles including Ultra Street Fighter IV, Tekken Tag Tournament, Killer Instinct and Injustice: Gods Among Us. During the Tekken 7 announcement, Bandai Namco explained that the new game features next-generation visuals powered by Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4 graphics technology. In order to provide fans with a taste of Tekken 7, the company released a cinematic trailer featuring appearances...

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