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Exclusive Reveal Of A New Mode In Pokémon Ultra Sun And Moon – Features

Original Source Link is Here We’re ending our stretch of exclusive features covering Pokémon with a video feature showing off Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon in action. While visiting Game Freak, we stopped by the desk of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon’s director Kazumasa Iwao and he showed off the Alola Photo Club. The game marks Iwao’s directorial debut, and he has been with Game Freak since the development of Pokémon Black and …

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Editorial: Is This a Golden Era of Gaming? Absolutely

Because I’m a literary geek I’ve been attending some events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival – I know, it’s pretty rock and roll. In any case, one talk I went to kicked off with some wise words, and I paraphrase slightly, that every generation lives under a delusion that theirs is the ultimate golden era. It’s true, but as it was a talk that also went into the way the world is changing, the …

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In Spite Of Concerns, AMD Vega Is A Solid Step Into High-End Gaming Market – Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD)

Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD)/ATI and Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) have dominated the high-end graphics space for much of the last two decades. However, over the last decade, AMD has fallen behind NVDA both in the traditional GPU space as well as the emerging GPGPU space. After many years of playing second fiddle to Nvidia, AMD’s new graphics architecture, Vega, was widely seen by investors as the solution that gets AMD back to leadership. Performance Expectations Beating Nvidia …

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Balance Patch Video Game Cafe Brings Communal Gaming to Allston

A gaming cafe in Allston opens its doors to anyone in the competitive digital spirit on Friday, August 18, as Boston Restaurant Talk reports. Balance Patch Video Game Cafe, fresh off some serious renovations, debuts today at 1031 Commonwealth Ave. (right at the Babcock Street MBTA station), stocked with gaming consoles (including Nintendo 64), monitors, single-person spaces, and group gaming areas, plus a food menu to sustain gamers through hours of play. Co-founders Bryan Rasbury, …

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Company launches Bluetooth fidget spinner for gaming to keep the trend alive

A company called Fidgetly, which describes itself as the “premiere fidget spinner company,” is launching a Bluetooth-connected fidget spinner specifically designed for its new smartphone game. It’s describing the product, called the FidgetlyCTRL, as the first-ever gaming fidget spinner. The idea is that you pair it with your phone, and Fidgetly’s app will track users’ “spinner stats,” let them compete against friends, teach them tricks, and allow them to play games with the spinner used …

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ASUS’ latest curved gaming monitor

ASUS has just introduced its latest curved gaming monitor, ROG Strix XG27VQ. At a price of $349.99, this 27-inches full HD, 1800R curved monitor has relatively low, 1080p, resolution and is targeted towards lower end of the market. However, this entry-level gaming monitor has a high, 144Hz, refresh rate that provides fluid gaming visual experience. ROG Strix XG27VQ features the …

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Blasts from the past: Japan’s gaming classics get a retro revival

Nothing sells like nostalgia. Renewed interest in vintage Japanese video games is drawing buyers to the country’s online markets and retro gaming shops. While enthusiasts have collected old titles for years, even casual gamers are now snapping up cartridges and CDs, as well as gaming machines that they haven’t played since childhood. Although retro gaming is considered a tiny fraction of the $109 billion global industry, it’s an attractive niche market. Last year’s rerelease of …

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Origin Neuron Gaming Desktop Review

From first glance it’s clear that the Origin Neuron means business, and when I say business I mean serious gaming business. Flashy RGB lighting, top of the line components, and a clean aesthetic make it one of the best looking builds I’ve ever laid my eyes on. This isn’t your standard pre-built desktop with cheaper or proprietary generic hardware that you can’t upgrade down the line. With the exception of the standard 360mm water cooling, …

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Two arrested after teen tries to sell gaming system, taken on car ride, robbed at gunpoint: Police

Please enable Javascript to watch this video OKLAHOMA CITY – Police believe two people arrested Thursday afternoon are behind an armed robbery of an Oklahoma City teen trying to sell a gaming system through a social media marketplace, at one point allegedly threatening to kill the victim. Tevon Buycks, 20, and Mkhyla Brown, 18, were arrested by Midwest City Police Thursday afternoon on an Oklahoma County warrant stemming from an incident in Oklahoma City last …

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PC Gaming Weekly: the magic of the $398 million survival game market | VentureBeat | PC Gaming

Wonder why you’ve seen so many survival games on Steam over the past few years? Two of the top 20 trending games on SteamSpy — The Long Dark and Citadel: Forged with Fire — are survival games, and Rust and Ark: Survival Evolved are in the top 20 in terms of playtime. Hundreds of thousands of people are playing, streaming, and watching these games. And it’s helped survival and horror games grow to a near …

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The Table That Was Foretold – Wyrmwood Gaming Unveils Prophecy

Pictured in Black Walnut, the Prophecy is everything you’d expect a gaming table from Wyrmwood to be (Image: Wyrmwood Gaming) It’s well documented that I adore Wyrmwood Gaming. Not only do they craft some of the most gorgeous wooden gaming accessories available, they do so on schedule, and with some of the greatest customer service I’ve ever encountered in a company. They’re genuinely good people who have a good grasp of the market and what they …

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Vava’s Moov 14 gaming earbuds pound your noggin with thumping bass | VentureBeat | PC Gaming

For around $25, you can find an endless number of earbuds online. But Vava, a manufacturer of variety of consumer-electronics products, is aiming to win over the gaming audience with its entrance into this sector. The company’s Moov 14 Gaming Earbuds are available now for $26, and it’s positioning them with a focus on 3D surround sound. Vava talks about its “frequency division” technology for better enabling virtual 7.1. Does it work? Sometimes. But the real …

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WNBA teams finally make the big time in video gaming

This fall, WNBA teams make their official video game debut as part of NBA Live 18, marking a first for the league and its teams. Throughout the season, Electronic Arts, Inc., maker of NBA Live 18, is doing high-resolution head scans of players such as Maya Moore, Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Chelsea Gray and Jonquel Jones. “It’s about time,” said NBA Live executive producer Sean O’Brien. “When we look at what’s relevant in the world …

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Nielsen Esports Brings Global Viewer Analytics To Gaming

Nielsen Media Research, established by market analyst Arthur Nielsen, has become the definitive rating system for television since expanding into that market in the 50s. Now, they’re widening their scope and taking on the gaming world with the newly formed Nielsen Esports. Reported by ESPN, Nielsen’s Esports analytics platform will be tracking growth and engagement for sponsors and advertisers. A byproduct of this will be a defined impact for those that question the staying …

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Nostalgia isn’t doing the gaming industry any favors

Gaming (and gamers, for that matter) seem to be obsessed with reliving the past. The nostalgia bubble is strong right now, but when it bursts, it might harm the industry as a whole. Unless you’ve been living primarily for the indie releases, you might have noticed gaming has a bit of a throwback problem. Indeed, if the gaming industry hearkens to its past more often, it risks turning into a time machine. Will gaming still …

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