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Xbox One update adds new social features and 3D Blu-Ray support

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It looks like Microsoft doesn’t expect a lower price point alone to attract Xbox One customers.

The console has received yet another update that adds new friends list features as well as Blu-Ray 3D support. Read more »

The PS4 is still king of sales; beats Xbox One six months straight

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Sony’s fourth Playstation console is on a roll.

For the sixth consecutive month in a row, the Japanese gaming system has beaten the Xbox One in sales. Read more »

Official image of the upcoming NVIDIA Shield tablet leaks out

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An alleged press image of NVIDIA’s Shield tablet made the rounds online. The photo appeared on the web thanks to @evleaks.

The leaked image reveals the front of the upcoming Android slate. Read more »

‘Mighty Adventure’ for iOS game review

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Mighty Adventure is a simple platforming game with a little twist. The game features three characters and you can switch between them any time during the game instantly depending upon the situation and their abilities.

Let’s see what the gameplay is like. Read more »

Steelseries Stratus iOS gaming controller flash review

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The Steelseries Stratus is the company’s first dedicated iOS gaming controller. The pocket-friendly Bluetooth 2.1 gadget utilizes the external gamepad support which debuted with Apple iOS 7 last year.

Headquartered in the Valby district of Copenhagen, Steelseries is currently among the premier designers and manufacturers of gaming gear and peripherals. Read on to find out all about its iOS-friendly offering! Read more »

‘The Wolf Among Us’ for iOS series overview

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The Wolf Among Us has been a hugely successful game for developer Telltale Games. Makers of the famous Walking Dead series, TWAU followed a similar gameplay pattern but with a completely different story and characters.

We reviewed the first episode when it released on iOS in December last year. Now that all five episodes are out, we decided to take a look at all of them together. Read more »

Minecraft Pocket Edition for iOS receives huge update

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Minecraft Pocket Edition, the iOS interpretation of the famous PC game, has now received what the developer is calling its biggest update ever.

The latest version comes with new features that have been seen in the original computer game. We’re talking about such things as infinite worlds, improved caves and wolves, as well as new items and blocks. Read more »

Flopsy Droid takes the Flappy Bird concept to Android Wear

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The first Flappy Bird clone for Android Wear devices is here, and it’s already available for free in the Google Play Store. It’s called Flopsy Droid, and it takes the successful Flappy Bird concept to your wrist.

The game is intended to be played on Android wearables, so you’ll need to have one of those already paired with your smartphone in order to enjoy it. Read more »

Make your own Game Boy with a Raspberry Pi and 3D printer

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If you’re a classic Game Boy enthusiast then you might be happy to hear about this DIY project.

All you’ll need is a 3D printer, a Raspberry Pi, a SNES remote, and some knowledge of how to solder and work a circuit board and you’ll be able to build your own classic Game Boy! Hit the jump for more details. Read more »

Kinect v2 for Windows goes up for pre-order, ships on July 15

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Microsoft has started taking pre-orders for its second generation Kinect sensor for Windows. It’s priced at $199, and it will be released on July 15 (which is next Tuesday).

The new device aims to succeed the original Kinect for Windows that went on sale in 2012. The Kinect v2 is based on the corresponding sensor for the Xbox One. Read more »

Angry Birds Seasons ‘South HAMerica’ update review

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South HAMerica is the latest update to Rovio’s Angry Birds Seasons game, which is updated every now and then for a festival or season specific level pack. The South HAMerica update is odd, in that it doesn’t directly relate to any season or festival, and other than some vague reference to the football matches being held in Brazil isn’t as topical as the previous updates.

As usual, you get a pack of couple dozen levels. We haven’t played the regular Angry Birds in a while so we decided to give this a try. Read more »

Angry Birds Seasons goes to South HAMerica with latest update

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It was apparently time for Angry Birds Seasons to get yet another update. This time, Rovio added 24 new levels to its insanely popular game. These take you on a trip to South HAMerica, where your mission is, as always, to stop those pesky pigs.

There are even three bonus levels inside, and everything is packed with relics, artifacts, ancient statues, and rope bridges – all making for a pretty exotic twist to the game. Read more »

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet coming soon with 4G support

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NVIDIA is working on a SHIELD Tablet, believe it or not. This has been confirmed by the fact that the device just got certified by the Global Certification Forum (GCF).

The SHIELD Tablet could be the next evolution of the SHIELD handheld gaming console that got official last year. Read more »

M.O.J.O. now supports OUYA games and 4K resolution

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The OUYA Android console hasn’t exactly been a raging success, but the company isn’t giving up hope.

In addition to announcing a subscription service for its games, the OUYA’s titles will also be playable on another Android gaming system: MadCatz’s M.O.J.O. Read more »

You can now use a PS4 pad wirelessly with your PS3

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For the longest time, Sony has adopted an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” ideology when it came to its dual-shock Playstation controller. The iconic remote hadn’t had a major design overhaul since its debut in 1997, until the Dual-shock 4 was released.

PS4′s gamepad managed to improve (for many) on an already beloved design, and if you wished you could use Sony’s newest controller on a Playstation 3 wirelessly, then you’re in luck, because now you can. Read more »