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Fallout 4

To be fair, it’s fanboys and fangirls who are excited about the upcoming release of Fallout 4 and the trailer that dropped today, but that’s not important. What is important is that the much-anticipated sequel to the popular game finally has some visuals to go with the rumors. It’s real
Call of Duty Black Ops III

Has the Call of Duty franchise jumped the shark? Have they jumped the couch? Have there been too many games, too much spent, too many innovations, so that now the wow factor is lost completely? Yes. Today’s release of the Black Ops III launch trailer seemed like more of the
Android solidifies its position atop the mobile gaming market

Android and iOS are the undisputed leaders of the mobile operating system market with a combined market share of 96.3%. The likes of BlackBerry and Windows Phone are left fighting over the 3.7% scraps that Apple and Google leave behind for them. That dominance continues over into the mobile gaming
Steam now has more than 125 million active users

It’s easy to track users on consoles due to the fact that each console uses a single dedicated platform created by the company that developed the console. Microsoft can track how many active users the Xbox One has, what games they’re playing, how long they’re playing them, and so on
Clash of Clans

Anyone who has gotten into an iOS or Android game, only to find that they either can’t continue or can’t get the full effect of the game without buying things within the app can appreciate Apple’s latest App Store move. They are highlighting games that let you pay once up
PlayStation Now is coming to Samsung Smart TVs next year

Sony’s PlayStation Now service is currently only available on Sony devices, such as PlayStation consoles and the company’s Bravia line of smart televisions, but that’s all going to change next year when Sony opens the service to third-party devices. Despite being a direct competitor to Sony in numerous fields, Samsung
Nintendo patents a Game Boy emulator for smartphones

Could it be true? Could Nintendo be officially bringing old Game Boy games to other handheld devices such as smartphones? Well… probably not, but the Japanese video game giant has filed for a patent that would allow Game Boy games to be played on mobile devices, according to Tech Crunch,
NVIDIA’s CEO claims that the age of console gaming is over

Perhaps a decade ago, one could argue that console gaming was superior to PC gaming. It was significantly more expensive to build a decent gaming PC than to simply purchase a console in those days, not to mention that slow internet speeds made online multiplayer gaming annoying, which consoles got
Blizzard announces a new IP at BlizzCon called “Overwatch”

In front of a live crowd of more than 25,000 BlizzCon 2014 attendees in Anaheim on Friday, as well as millions of online viewers of the event’s life stream, Blizzard Entertainment, the makers of the infinitely popular World of Warcraft. announced a new game called Overwatch which the company described
Library of Congress finds an unreleased Duke Nukem game in its archives

A technician for the Library of Congress has discovered an unreleased Duke Nukem game in the Library’s archives. The technician, named David Gibson, works for the Library’s Moving Image section, which he described as “the custodial unit for video games”. Gibson noted that this section of the Library receives somewhere