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‘Pokémon GO’ News and Update: Gen 2 Pokémon Finally Released

By Staff Writer |

Pokemon Go Craze Hits New York City

“Pokémon GO” has added the Generation 2 Pokémon on its roster, making it the biggest addition to the game thus far. With increasing competition in the mobile market, Niantic is crossing its fingers that the update would renew the interest in the game. Read More »

'Half Life 3' News Update: 'Childish' Valve Members To Blame For Teasers, Title Already Dead?

By Catherine Martin |

Newest Innovations In Consumer Technology On Display At 2014 International CES

Gabe Newell shuts down the "Half Life 3" hype and blames "childish" Valve developers for promoting the unconfirmed title. Read More »

‘Ultra Street Fighter 2’ Has First-Person Hadoken Mode On Nintendo Switch

By Binta Abubakar |

 Eduardo Solorzano (L) and George Ascencio play Ultra Street Fighter 4 against each other at the Asus computer booth during the TigerDirect Tech Bash at the Miami Marlins Park on November 7, 2014.

Recent updates reveals that Ultra Street Fighter 2 game box that recently appeared on store shelves in Japan, shows that the game has a first-person "Hadoken" mode on Nintendo Switch. Read More »

‘Resident Evil 7’ Second DLC & 1.02 Update Gets First Release on PlayStation 4

By Staff Writer |

Final Fantasy

“Resident Evil 7” is releasing “The Banned Footage Vol.2” DLC for all devices, with the PlayStation 4 getting first dibs. Xbox One and PC will shortly follow. Read More »

Nintendo Switch Confirmed Not Backward Compatible As President Kimishima Share Future Plans

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President Of Nintendo Satoru Iwata Gives Keynote At Game Developers Conference

Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima laid out the future of the company, along with its plans for the mobile market, online services and the Switch. Read More »

‘The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ Screenshots Reveal Returning Merchant

By Staff Writer |

Annual E3 Gaming Conference In Los Angeles

Beedle is making his way to the next Zelda game. As seen on screenshots, for “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, the merchant will be providing Link with the tools he needs. Read More »

Microsoft Scraps Plans Physical Edition Of 'Halo Wars 2' For PC In US; Game Release On Feb. 21

By Angie Chui |

Halo Wars 2

Microsoft shifts retail plans for 'Halo Wars 2" and will not make physical copies fro Windows 10 PC available in the US and elsewhere in the world. Instead, it will only make physical copies available in Europe. Game release will still happen ion February 21. Read More »

‘South Park: Fractured But Whole' Release Date Moved For Few Months

By Staff Writer |

Inside The 2016 E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo

In Ubisoft’s annual earnings report, “South Park: Fractured But Whole” was announced to have another release date. The report also had Ubisoft focus on their existing brands, instead of new titles. Read More »

NES Classic Mini Hacks Keeps Getting Better, Now Able To Play Sega Genesis, SNES, GB, GBA

NES Classic Edition Available at GameStop, Amazon Prime and in Meijer till Thursday morning

If boredom stikes, and you have the NES Classic Mini, here's something you can do. Read More »

‘Diablo 3’ Rise Of The Necromancer DLC Release Date, Price: August Arrival, $20 Price Expected

By Mark Jason Alcala |

2016 New York Comic Con - Portraits

While Blizzard failed to make an official "Diablo 3" Rise of Necromancer DLC release date and price announcement, gamers and insiders have their own speculations on when and how much the DLC will cost when it arrives. Read More »

Intel Coffee Lake CPUs To Launch In 2017: To Go Head-To-Head With AMD Ryzen

By Pritpal Singh |

Intel Announces The Xeon 5100 Microprocessor For Servers

Intel's next-gen CPU dubbed as Coffee Lake will launch later this year. The launch will play a spoiler to the AMD Ryzen's launch. Read More »

‘Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’ PS4 Release Date, Price; More 'Crash' Games To Follow

By Binta Abubakar |

Gamers

Latest updates suggest that "Crash Bandicoot" could star in a new game after the release date of the N Sane Trilogy despite the lack of official announcement from the developer. Read More »

Google Chrome Updated To VR: Daydream Compatible, 3D Immersive Experience

By Amjad Ali |

 In this photo illustration Google's Chrome, Google Inc.'s new Web browser is displayed on an laptop.

Google Chrome has been updated to Virtual Reality and Daydream compatibility. Besides Google Chrome, all major browsers have updated to VR compatibility. This update will enhance 3D browsing, 3D touch, gaming and other latest technologies. Read More »

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