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Star Citizen could require 100GB install at launch

Mar 15, 15 Star Citizen could require 100GB install at launch

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

Star Citizen still has plenty of developmental work to undergo, before debuting as one of the most fully-featured, massively-multiplayer online games in industry history. The latest word from a member of the Star Citizen team suggests the size of the game's installation will very much reflect its depth.

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‘GTA’ series coming to BBC

Mar 14, 15 ‘GTA’ series coming to BBC

Posted by in Gaming, Media & Entertainment

A television drama based on Rockstar Games’ popular action-adventure video game series “Grand Theft Auto” is being made for British viewers by the BBC. The show will be part of the network’s “Make it Digital” campaign, which was announced Thursday.

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Trivia Crack 2.0 is here!

Mar 13, 15 Trivia Crack 2.0 is here!

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

Trivia Crack is one of the most popular free apps right now for both iOS and Android with over 125 million users. Users add their friends on the app and challenge each other to solving trivia questions in six different categories: geography, science, art, entertainment, history and sports.

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Legacy of the Void release date: Beta now, when’s the real release?

Mar 11, 15 Legacy of the Void release date: Beta now, when’s the real release?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

The StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void release date is finally approaching, after more than two years of waiting. And, ever since the game was revealed at BlizzCon 2014, Blizzard has been far more open about their intentions for the final game in the StarCraft II series.

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Zelda Wii U release date: Will Nintendo reveal all at E3?

Mar 10, 15 Zelda Wii U release date: Will Nintendo reveal all at E3?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

The Zelda Wii U release date is creeping ever closer, but we still know next to nothing about the game. And that sad state is going to continue: Nintendo didn’t unveil Zelda Wii U, the largest game it has ever made, at PAX East this weekend. We shall have to remain in speculative mode for some months more.

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Capcom’s foray into episodic gaming

Feb 27, 15 Capcom’s foray into episodic gaming

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

"Resident Evil Revelations 2" is in many ways a departure for Capcom’s classic series. It’s the first "RE" to be released episodically. I’m not sure the format totally works for the series yet, but it’s good to see a AAA publisher like Capcom taking a risk.

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On the benefits of mobile gaming

Feb 16, 15 On the benefits of mobile gaming

Posted by in Gaming

If you have paid attention to video games news in the past five years alone, you're likely already aware that games aren't what they used to be. That's not a reference to the fact that they're bigger and faster than their predecessors. It's a reference to how games are becoming more and more beneficial, seemingly by the day, in what they can do for the consumer.

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Play golf as Kim Jong Un

Feb 14, 15 Play golf as Kim Jong Un

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

Have you ever secretly fantasized about living life as North Korea leader Kim Jong Un? Well, now you can be Kim, at least in a new video game. The online game featuring a very overweight Kim and retro arcade graphics makes it impossible not to get a hole-in-one.

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Online space game aims to help teens learn STEM principles

Feb 13, 15 Online space game aims to help teens learn STEM principles

Posted by in Gaming, Science, Space

A just-released alternate reality game called DUST is trying to encourage teens, especially girls and minorities, to get excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The premise of DUST is one that might appeal to middle and high school-aged students. In the game, it is up to the players to save the world (and their parents' lives).

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US Navy to train sailors with anti-missile video game

Feb 03, 15 US Navy to train sailors with anti-missile video game

Posted by in Education, Gaming

The U.S. Navy has introduced a video game that is expected to help sailors learn ways to defend their ships from being hit by missiles. The video game, called “Strike Group Defender: The Missile Matrix,” simulates airstrikes and teaches players how to immediately react in such situations, according to the Office of Naval Research (ONR).

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