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  • Tencent Presents 28 Games at UP 2017 Conference; Lost Ark Is Absent

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    At UP 2017, Tencent Games' annual gaming conference, the dominated Chinese gaming company shows a total of 28 games to the public, covering all genres for PC and mobile platforms. However, the long-awaited action MMORPG Lost Ark is absent.   Obviously the South Korean government's decision to deploy the advanced missile defense system has led to the Chinese gover... Read More »

  • Wildstar Developer Is Working on Their Next Title

    Wildstar developer Carbine Studios is up for the next title, according to their job posts. The studio says "Carbine Studios is bringing together a world-class team of talented and passionate developers for its next unannounced title." All new recruits will be working in Carbine's headquarter in Aliso Viejo, California. Although we don't know what kind of game it ... Read More »

  • No Man's Sky Player Discovered a McDonalds at the End of the Universe

    The space sandbox game No Man's Sky has allowed house and base construction in the game. Since then players can find all sorts of whimsical structures in the universe, including a futuristic McDonalds. With 18 quintillion planets in the universe, you have a very slim chance to meet other players or find their buildings, and that's why discovering something not generated by the game is co... Read More »

  • Is "WeGame" Western Players' Hope to Play Monster Hunter Online and Lost Ark?

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    Chinese gaming giant Tencent Games has revealed WeGame, a Steam-like platform that aims at global audience. WeGame promises 3 features: connecting straightly the developers and players to enhance more direct communications; integrated with purchase, news, streaming and community functions and services; oceans of game contents and the support of player reviews & opinions. Tencent Games pub... Read More »

  • 5 VR Games That Can Help You Burn Your Fat

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    Virtual Reality games have created a new obsession amongst gamers globally. By making players feel the game it has taken the world by storm. And in recent years, we have seen substantial developments in gaming. Developers have started creating games with so much graphics involved that sometimes it becomes impossible to determine whether it’s being played in a real life environment or a simul... Read More »

  • Black Desert South American Version Is Quite Expensive to Play

    New information about the South American version of the Black Desert Online was revealed by RedFox Games, the publisher who will distribute the game for South American players and provide Spanish and Portuguese language support. The pre-order for BDO South American version has started and the price is pretty high. There's the Prime pack priced at $35 which includes 1 week early access, cl... Read More »

  • Dungeon Fighter Sequel Project Knock Announced as a 3D Unreal Engine MORPG

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    Nexon has announced the sequel to its side-scrolling multiplayer dungeon crawler Dungeon Fighter Online. Currently called Project Knock, the title completely changes the DFO IP by going to 3D and using Unreal Engine (presumably Unreal 4). What's more, the sequel will be developed by Peria Chronicles studio Thingsoft instead of Neople.   While Project Knock becomes a 3D game, players w... Read More »

  • If These Were Overwatch's April New Skins, Would You Pay for It?

    While Overwatch fans are waiting for Blizzard to uncover the April event update, they are having leaks and rumors on the internet, as usual. Reddit user AsranStark posted an image he took from Xbox Live, saying that's the new skins for Overwatch's new event.   The image features Mercy, Tracer, Reindhart and Torbjorn, all in the same blue skin. If that's the deal, would you pay... Read More »

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