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Gaming laptops, a tough sell in Nepal – Money

Oct 12, 2017-Gaming laptops are a tough sell, especially in Nepal where price is the most important factor for many customers looking to pick up a new laptop. But global brands such as Asus, MSI, Dell and Apple are offering a wide range of gaming laptops at different price points to cater to all segments of the market. From budget oriented gaming laptops to the ultra premium, Nepali customers have the option to choose the …

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Global Mobile and Wearable Gaming Technologies Markets Report 2017

Dublin, Oct. 12, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Mobile and Wearable Gaming Technologies: Global Markets” report has been added to Research and Markets’ offering. The Global Market for Mobile and Wearable Gaming will Grow from $39.0 Billion in 2016 to $65.4 Billion by 2021 with a CAGR of 10.9% Report Includes An overview of the global mobile and wearable gaming market Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015 and 2016, and projections of …

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Inside the ever-shifting levels of Runic

Hob is an action-adventure title in the vein of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This latest release from Runic Games (Torchlight) encourages you to solve environmental puzzles with subtle lighting cues and camera direction, while gradually feeding you bits of narrative that pull you in deeper. Gamasutra had the pleasure of talking to Runic’s Patrick Blank, game director and lead level designer of Hob, about the well-received game in a recent Twitch stream. We’ve transcribed …

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Annual anime, manga, gaming convention returns to Huntington | Features/Entertainment

HUNTINGTON – Halloween might be a few weeks away, but there will be plenty of costumes downtown this weekend as Tsubasacon returns to the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. The annual anime convention, set for 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Oct. 13; 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 14; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, will give fans a chance to dress up, hang out, shop and play video games. The …

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Soldiers begin beta-testing of computer gaming simulation | Living

WASHINGTON — This week, about 500 Soldiers are beginning to beta-test a number of computer-generated vehicle platforms and weapons systems in a variety of simulated environments, said Maj. Gen. Robert Dyess. About 500 more Soldiers will soon be added to the testing, which is basically a computer-generated war game, he said, noting that slots are still open for anyone interested. The gaming simulation, known as Early Synthetic Prototyping, is a way for the Army to …

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This is the modern-day face of gaming

Now everyone can play! Photo: iStock It’s time to rethink video games. Ever since Atari consoles arrived in our homes, constant bad press has blamed them for such ills as violence, anti-social behaviour and obesity. Think of a gamer and you likely conjure a lonely teenage boy lusting after Lara Croft. Wrong. As thousands of gamers and industry players from around the globe prepare to descend on ACMI for three days of events, games, workshops …

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Opinion – The Value Of “Inaccessible” Games – Features

Original Source Link is Here It’s physically excruciating for me to play Crash Bandicoot. I love Crash Bandicoot. Am I a sadist? No. I have cerebral palsy, and I hate it. The reality of cerebral palsy dominates the lives of thousands of gamers like me. It’s a bit like being caged. Accessible video games can offer a key that opens that gate for a short time, but at the end of the day, the door …

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IGN Happy Hour: Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Special

Original Source Link is Here Share. Creative director Jens Matthies on killing Nazis, crafting story-based shooters and why he’d love to make a Robocop game. By Tristan Ogilvie IGN’s Tristan Ogilvie and Luke Reilly sat down with Jens Matthies, Creative Director on Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, to get an insight into the development of the upcoming Nazi-slaying shooter sequel. Additionally, Jens spoke at length about his time at Starbreeze, the chaotic development of seminal …

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Is the First Steam Game to Hit 2 Million Concurrent Users

Original Source Link is Here Share. Big winner winner. By Seth G. Macy The massive success of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has pushed the game to the top of Steam’s current player listings, and now the game has broken the 2 million mark. It’s the first Steam game to do so, and sits atop its mighty throne looking down on other Steam heavyweights like Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Team Fortress 2. Two years ago, Dota …

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We Play Through The Evil Within 2’s Creepy Opening – Features

Original Source Link is Here Tango Gameworks’ horror sequel The Evil Within 2 is releasing on an appropriately spooky day – Friday the 13th – but you don’t have to wait until then to see how it all starts. We played through the game’s opening chapter and you can check it out now. In today’s video, I’m joined by Andrew Reiner on the sticks, and Leo Vader in the control room. We get a look …

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Gaming, automotive tech behind new weed busting tool for farmers – ABC Rural

The technology associated with videogaming is being in the war against weeds. Researchers at the University of Southern Queensland’s National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture have leveraged off the automotive and gaming industries and developed a high-tech precision weed spot sprayer. Senior Research Engineer Steven Rees said agricultural industries needed military grade electronics and technology, but at a price farmers could afford. Dr Rees said the development of the weed spot sprayer was led by …

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Hook Your Nintendo Switch Up Anywhere With This New Portable Dock from Nyko

Original Source Link is Here Share. Leave one at home and take one on the road By Seth G. Macy Part of the allure of the Nintendo Switch is the ability to take it with you, wherever you go, while at the same time having the option to drop it into its dock and play on the big screen. Those two things have almost been mutually exclusive, until now. Peripheral maker Nyko introduced a portable …

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Lambton College opens gaming arena, offers cutting-edge esports diploma

It started with a suggestion from the IT department. Now it is part of the curriculum. Lambton College is becoming a Canadian leader in the burgeoning world of esports. The college, whose main campus is in Sarnia, Ont., has added esports to its varsity sports lineup — alongside men’s and women’s basketball and soccer — and next year will begin offering a cutting-edge two-year diploma in esports entrepreneurship and administration. Lambton already has a dedicated …

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Sportsbook MasterClass to map out key training principles at Gaming Africa

As anticipation grows for the first edition of Gaming Africa (24 and 25 October, Johannesburg), Lee Richardson, Course Director of the Totally Gaming Academy Sportsbook Management course, provides an exclusive preview to what delegates can expect from this specially curated training module. Lee, who is also, Chief Executive and Founder of Gaming Economics, outlines the importance of training and how some jurisdictions are placing greater importance on a well trained gaming workforce. How have you adapted …

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Binding of Isaac: Rebirth Dev Announces New Switch Game, Knight Terrors

Original Source Link is Here Share. Available to download on October 24. By Alex Gilyadov The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth developer Nicalis has announced its new horror-themed game, Knight Terrors, which will be released for Nintendo Switch on October 24. This arcade-style side-scroller, which is being developed by Nicalis and FreakZone Games, sees players control a mysterious suit of armor known as The Knight, who battles with a sword and can fly with his blood-red wings. In …

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