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  • The Evolution of the Online Casino Game

    Online casino gaming software has come a long way since the first days of online slots and online bingo. From branded content to social media connections, to live streaming that encompasses the entire physical casino experience – online casinos are improving and attaining a name for themselves. But those unaware of the features of online casinos may wonder what the appeal is. Well, allow u... Read More »

  • Fallout 5: The Wastelands We'd like to Visit

    Being the champion of your own wasteland isn’t a new idea in gaming; in fact, courtesy of Wasteland 2, Metro 2033, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and The Last of Us, we’ve navigated the abandoned homes of the long departed more times than it’s possible to count, fighting mushroom men and metal dinosaurs, and eating things that would make Bear Grylls sick at the thought. One game continues... Read More »

  • PSVR Sold More Than Oculus and Vive Together in Q1 2017

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    Worldwide shipments of AR and VR headsets continued to soar with a total of 2.3 million units shipped in the first quarter of 2017, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). With a long list of new products scheduled to ship in the second half of 2017, IDC is forecasting triple-digit growth for the full year. Two-thirds of VR headsets sold were mobile headsets like Samsung’... Read More »

  • Valve Steam Direct Fee Will Be Just $100 Per Game

    JoeLW 0

    Steam Direct is the new program Valve will be introducing to replace Steam Greenlight and it’s confirmed that the cost is just $100 for each game. Developers just have to pay Valve $100 to get a game on Steam market directly. The game developer can get the $100 back once its game reaches $1k sales, Valve announces. Now there’s no a date when Steam Direct will be officially implemented.... Read More »

  • Black Desert Developer PearlAbyss Is Ready for IPO

    Wei 0

    Following the footstep of Netmarble Games, Kakao Games, and NetGames (developer of HIT), Black Desert developer PearlAbyss is also getting ready for IPO and expected to be listed on the Korean stock market in September 2017.   Report said that PearlAbyss’ Black Desert Online generated $25 million USD revenue and $15 million USD profits in the second half of 2016. BDO continues to... Read More »

  • Exclusive: Xbox China Boss Talks Xbox Scorpio Price and VR / MR

    Aaron 0

    On May 23, Microsoft held a global reveal event in Shanghai, China, announcing that the"Project Scorpio" Xbox console would be launched in China later this year simultaneously with other regions in the world.   After the event, we had a chance to sit down with Xie Enwei, head of Xbox China and talked about price and VR&MR support of Project Scorpio.   Xbox has alrea... Read More »

  • Tencent Games Q1 2017 Revenue Nearly Twice as Much as Activision Blizzard's

    The Chinese video game giant has reported $3.3 billion revenue in Q1 2017, which is about twice as much as Activision Blizzard's revenue, which was $1.73 billion. Tencent's financial report indicated that the video game revenue increased 55% y-o-y. Mobile games in particular, recorded a $1.87 billion revenue in Q1, marking 8 consecutive quarters of growth. Popular mobile gam... Read More »

  • Google, HTC and Lenovo are Developing an All-in-One Daydream VR Headset

    Aaron 0

    At Google I/O 2017, Google announced they will be working on a new all-in-one virtual reality headsets with partners HTC and Lenovo. The new device is a standalone gadget that does not require PC, console or smartphone and it’s completely wireless. This headset will be coming in late 2017 for an unspecified price.   This new all-in-one headset will have inside-out position tra... Read More »

  • Tencent Games May Be Up for a World of Warcraft Style Mobile MMO

    Aaron 0

    It’s not unusual to see that Chinese gaming giant Tencent uses questionnaire to tease upcoming games. Recently several gamers have received a questionnaire which contains list of questions that indicate the company may announce a Warcraft style mobile game.   The speculation comes from some interesting questions. Firstly, players are asked that “Have you played/or known abou... Read More »

  • Ante Up: Why Blackjack Remains the Most Popular Card Game

    Baako 0

    When you think of blackjack, it automatically evokes imagery of suave British superspies in glamorous, exotic casinos sipping on luxuriant cocktails as they flip their cards over. The game – thought to have its origins in 18th century France - and its popularity have remained steady ever since. With one dealer, sometimes only one player, and a handful of cards, blackjack is as debonair as ... Read More »

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