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Popular Streamer Shroud Ditches Twitch For Mixer, Pulls In 70K Viewers For Maiden Stream

Former CS:GO pro and popular Twitch streamer Mike “Shroud” Grzesiek took to Twitter today to announce his move to Mixer. Grzesiek is the second big Twitch name that Microsoft’s streaming platform has been able to convert in the past three months, with the company already having signed an exclusive streaming deal with its rival’s top …

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The RetroBeat: Digital Eclipse revisits (and maybe improves) Aladdin for Genesis

I love retro video games (hence this column’s existence). I also love Disney. Yes, I’m one of those folks, the person who would karaoke a song from Moana at the bar. That guy who spends 75% of his vacations at Disney parks. And you can’t make me feel bad about it. I’m also a big …

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Xbox One hardware falters, but software and services are bright spots

Xbox One hardware sales are continuing to fall, and that put a drag on Microsoft’s gaming division. Xbox revenues for Q1 of fiscal 2020 were down from $2.738 billion to $2.542 billion. The end of the generation is here, and people are less willing to go out and buy new hardware that originally debuted in …

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Adjust panel: The state of user acquisition for mobile games

Acquiring users for mobile games isn’t the sexiest part of the game industry. But it’s a critical one. And so I was happy to get caught up on the subject of the highly automated and strategic process of acquiring new users through mobile advertising campaigns. I moderated a panel on the subject at Adjust’s Mobile …

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Former Eidos president and frequent game startup adviser Keith Boesky passes away

Keith Boesky, former president of Tomb Raider publisher Eidos and a frequent adviser to game companies at Boesky & Co., has died from cancer, according to posts from his family and friends. Boesky started in the game industry as an attorney at the law firm Cooley Godward in 1993, after he cold-called a game developer. …

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Harebrained Schemes announces ‘Heavy Metal’ expansion for hit strategy game ‘BattleTech’ – GeekWire

Seattle’s Harebrained Schemes announced that Heavy Metal, the third downloadable content pack for its 2018 strategy game BattleTech, is coming out Nov. 21. The expansion made its public debut Saturday at the annual PDXCON in Berlin, a convention intended to celebrate the fan community of Harebrained’s parent company, Paradox Interactive. Heavy Metal – that title’s …

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Mobile Gets Halloween Event, New Sniper Only Mode – Droid Life

Call of Duty: Mobile is stupid popular. We’re talking 100 million downloads in its first week popular. To keep that momentum going, the developers behind mobile’s current king announced the release of a new Halloween event and the Sparrow Operator Skill Event. For Halloween, players of TDM, SND, and Domination will see a darker, pumpkin …

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How A Gaming Mouse Changes Your Gaming Experience

Gaming is a wonderful pastime and the internet and computers have redefined the way in which games are played across the world. If we look back at gaming around fifteen to twenty years ago, we had to visit gaming centres to play the game of our liking. However, all that has changed drastically and today …

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In ‘Battle for Neighborville,’ Even ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ Is ‘Destiny’ Now

When I first took an appointment to play the final version of Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville I asked the developers why this game wasn’t just called Garden Warfare 3? We already had two games getting us used to the idea of this fight between vegetables and the undead spilling out of cute casual mobile …

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League Of Legends Dev Working On Character-Based Tactical Shooter “Project A”

During its 10th Anniversary Riot Pls stream yesterday, League of Legends developer Riot Games teased its foray into the FPS genre with what it is currently calling Project A. Riot describes the as-yet-untitled game as a “character-based tactical shooter” with a focus on “precise gunplay” coupled with creative use of a wide variety of abilities. At …

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Everything announced at the Made by Google 2019 event

At its annual hardware event in New York yesterday, Google lifted the lid on a host of new hardware, as well as some new software smarts. Here’s a quick recap of everything announced at the 2019 Made by Google event. Pixel 4 Pretty much as expected, Google unveiled a duo of new smartphones, the successors …

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The gig economy collides with psychiatry, AI, and tech industry burnout in Seattle-set visual novel ‘Eliza’ – GeekWire

It’s tough to make a traditional recommendation for Zachtronics’s Eliza. It’s a thoughtful, short visual novel – an interactive, illustrated story – that makes a point of realistically depicting someone who’s wrestling with depression and burnout. “It’s not an easy sell. ‘Hey, play this game with a lot of intellectual baggage to it, where people …

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