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FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch review: is the biggest justification for the Switch yet

EA There’s an old saying about cameras: the best one is the one you have with you. Unfortunately, the same is rarely said about video games. Despite rapid advances in the power of smartphones and tablets, mobile gaming has rarely exceeded relatively simple puzzlers and platformers, and are a long way from competing with console or PC iterations. Enter the Nintendo Switch, a console that finally offers that promise, and FIFA 18, perhaps the biggest …

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Smosh Games talks future of YouTube and gaming on the world’s biggest network

If Smosh Games represents the era of YouTube past, where does the game-playing comedy troupe fit into the biggest network’s future? YouTube executives are constantly playing catch up with the site’s community. The definition of what’s hot changes from one second to the next. One moment it’s Let’s Plays and cover songs, the next it’s livestreams and diss track wars from the top “drama” creators. YouTube is a network serving the needs of just about …

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Feature: The Biggest Nintendo Switch eShop Games of 2017 – Fall / Winter Edition

Recently we published our Fall / Winter edition of the ‘Biggest Nintendo Switch Retail Games of 2017’, which was relatively easy to put together. With less than three months left in the year there are only so many titles still coming, and in the retail space picking out 20 overall didn’t leave many behind. Now, however, it’s time for the Switch eShop list, which has been altogether more challenging. We’re got 10 main games and …

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rAge 2017 wrap up – Our highs and lows for SA’s biggest gaming expo

This past weekend, the Ticketpro Dome played host to thousands of geeks, gamers and fans for the 15th year of rAge Expo. A major highlight of the South African con schedule, rAge has it all – esports, hardware, hands-on demos, artists, pop culture, cosplay and, of course, gaming. All the gaming! Some of our Critical Hit team were in attendance, here’s what they thought of this year’s Escape to Planet rAge. Glenn rAge is an …

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The world’s biggest sports gaming franchise comes to Nintendo Switch

The world’s biggest sports gaming franchise comes to Nintendo Switch EA SPORTS FIFA 18 for the Nintendo Switch console is the most immersive, social, and authentic soccer game ever created for Nintendo players. Play for fun or compete for glory, on the big screen TV or on the go! Features: Immersive Presentation and Gameplay: With advanced rendering, FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch delivers authentic soccer atmospheres, no matter where you play. Experience realistic pitch environments, …

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PR: OREN Platform Aims to Fix the Gaming Industry’s Biggest Problems

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. Video gaming has exploded as an industry since its very recent inception. Many people enjoy playing video games in both multiplayer and single player modes. However, a project called OREN Platform …

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Suda51 Wants to be Indie Gaming’s Biggest Evangelist With Travis Strikes Again

Suda51 is back in the director’s chair for No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again. It’s not No More Heroes 3, but to be honest it sounds more interesting. Travis Strikes Again is a collaborative project between Grasshopper Manufacture and various indie developers, of which so far Hotline Miami’s Dennaton Games and potentially Shovel Knight’s Yacht Club have been announced. Under the direction of punk video gamer Suda51, Travis Strikes Again takes Travis through six different …

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OREN Platform Aims to Fix the Gaming Industry’s Biggest Problems – The Merkle

Video gaming has exploded as an industry since its very recent inception. Many people enjoy playing video games in both multiplayer and single player modes. However, a project called OREN Platform sees one glaring problem with the industry today in gamers not being compensated for their hours spent gaming (usually). OREN Platform is looking to change that and reward players for developing certain skill sets in games and also support game developers that face massive revenue cuts. …

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Absolver is Devolver Digital’s biggest ever launch

Indie publishing label Devolver Digital have had a bunch of hits, from the super successful Hotline Miami to their “top selling and best reviewed game,” The Talos Principle. It looks like the newly-released Absolver could knock the latter off its perch, though, probably with a flying kick, if launch numbers are anything to go by.  If you want to see what all the fuss is about, check out our Absolver review.  Over on Twitter, fictional …

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Xbox One X news – Microsoft just solved the console’s BIGGEST problem | Gaming | Entertainment

Microsoft may have solved the Xbox One X’s biggest problem ahead of launch. The Xbox One X is Microsoft’s ultra-powerful new console that’s capable of delivering true 4K visuals and increased performance. The only problem with all this power is that Xbox One X file sizes are likely to be extremely high, potentially exceeding 100 GB. Fortunately, Microsoft is working on a solution that will reduce the size of your Xbox One X game downloads. That’s according …

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Gamescom: See Inside Europe’s Biggest Gaming Convention

Welcome to The Heart of Gaming, Europe’s biggest video game trade fair. Gamescom, as it is usually known, runs from Aug. 23-27 in Cologne, Germany., and is a magnet for gamers and video game developers to test and show off upcoming games, innovations, and hardware. One of the biggest gaming companies, Nintendo, announced a new feature for its retro SNES Classic—it rewinds! Basically players will be able to go back in time in certain role-playing …

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Xbox One X games news – Sorry PS4, but Microsoft has ‘BIGGEST franchises and exclusives’ | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One X exclusive games list may be looking a little light this year, but Microsoft still claims it has the “biggest franchises” and “biggest exclusives”. Despite cancelling exclusive games like Scalebound and Fable Legends, and more recently delaying Crackdown 3 until next year, Microsoft believes there are some great games coming this coming holiday season. The questionable claims were made by Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg, who told Gamescom attendees that people choose Xbox because …

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Your biggest SNES Classic questions, answered

Nintendo created an interesting problem for itself with the NES Classic Edition. The NES Classic Classic was a $60 system that emulated an NES with a collection of included games, just like the SNES Classic Edition, and it did the job well. It sold out the moment it was released, with lines regularly forming to buy the restocked units and the system selling for many times its retail price on sites like eBay. Then Nintendo …

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Microsoft’s biggest Xbox One X launch title is delayed until 2018

Crackdown 3, the long-awaited open-world action game that was set to be released alongside the Xbox One X on November 7th, has been delayed until spring of next year. The decision leaves Microsoft without a major Xbox-exclusive title launching day-and-date with its turbo-charged 4K-capable console. Crackdown 3 was first announced more than three years ago at E3 2014. “We’re very excited about Crackdown 3, and so are many fans, and so it’s a difficult call …

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The biggest obstacle to League of Legends’ ongoing success? Its fans

MOBAs are currently the biggest gaming force on the planet. More than nine million people have played Dota 2 in the last two weeks. Back in 2016, League of Legends reported 100 million monthly players. The amount of money that these players pour into the game not only keeps their studios afloat, but allows them to offer prize pools in excess of $20 million for their tournaments, or rake in $1.6 billion in microtransactions. But, …

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