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November 16,2017 21:20
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The 8 best free iPhone games of the week

When it comes to mobile games, there’s almost always a game or two worth downloading every week. It might not hold your interest for long, but it should help get you through a long commute or…
November 16,2017 03:20
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6 ways Microsoft can make more exciting new games

Last week, Microsoft made it clear that it's finally looking to boost its first-party output. This follows criticism that their roster of top-tier exclusive titles has been relatively bare in recent years, a Forza or two aside. Indeed, the Xbox One X launched last week with only platformer Super Lucky's Tale, which seems like a huge missed opportunity given that nothing drives interest i...
November 14,2017 18:40
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GameStop 'Temporarily Pauses' Unlimited Used Games Program

GameStop has suspended its PowerPass program, which offers customers six months of unlimited access to used games. The retail chain told employees yesterday to pull down all signage involving the program and store it in their backrooms, according to two GameStop staff.
November 14,2017 08:00
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Here's What Happened in NFL Week 10

The Cowboys are bracing to play the remainder of the month without Pro Bowl linebacker Sean Lee.Sources say it appears Lee will miss the next three...
November 13,2017 21:40
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Congratulations to EA Games for Posting the Most Hated Comment in Reddit History

While Reddit sometimes overstates its value as a space for authentic conversations online, the massive community-driven website has served as a kind of town hall where everyone from everyone from Elon Musk and Barack Obama to a dildo manufacturer have responded to questions from completely un-vetted strangers. Sometimes it goes well. For Electronic Arts, the new owner of the most hated comment in...
November 13,2017 15:40
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What Have We Learned? A Look at Games 16-18

Three games later and the New York Rangers collected three more wins… no seriously, they’re on a six-game winning streak. The team that couldn’t piece together back-to-back wins – let alone...
November 13,2017 15:40
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Open-world games are broken, and Nintendo spent 2017 trying to fix them

Earlier this year, I threw a temper tantrum. I was mid-way through Horizon Zero Dawn, a game of dazzling polish and exciting potential, and after a few hours of streamlined, mildly inspired introduction, I viewed with horror what the remainder of my time with the game would be: It was to be, yet again, a map game. I would find new regions, climb some sort of tower, unlock a bunch of icons represen...
November 13,2017 12:40
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How Japan changed video games forever.com

Japan didn't invent the first computer game. That accolade goes to "Space War!", a game created in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States.
November 13,2017 00:20
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How Japan changed video games forever

Japan didn't invent the first computer game. That accolade goes to "Space War!", a game created in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States.