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After the mega successful Ouya, another game company has turned to Kickstarter for help in making their new console possible. The Android Jelly Bean powered GameStick from PlayJam is the size of a USB stick and promises to be affordable, open and portable and is expected to release sometime in 2013. Its technical specifications are planned as:…

One of the things lacking in the highly hyped and slightly disappoint Diablo III is a PvP infrastructure allowing players to duel each other for prizes and rewards. Blizzard had promised a few dueling modes inside an arena, but from what has been posted on battle.net, not all promises will be delivered. Originally, developers wanted…

Dmc Devil May cry release is almost around the corner and new gameplay videos are coming in, showcasing more of the game’s locations and gameplay. Today new videos have been made available, showing some sequences from the game’s first Downloadable Content, Vergil’s Downfall, available for free for all players who pre-order the game. Dmc Devil…

The War Z has had a rocky release period, to say the least. The game was already steeped in gamers’ weary suspicion after it became clear that it featured very obvious and very rampant similarities to fellow zombie survival game and fan favorite DayZ, but it was after it’s arguably premature (and possibly opportunistic) Steam…

It’s not so uncommon in MMO games to meet players who’ll try to sell for real money in-game currency and items: most of the times this will lead to a ban. Guild Wars 2, ever since its release, has been plagued by this problem, with dishonest players using bots to farm gold and sell it…

Developers and publishers have been having a hard time while fighting piracy on all consoles since many many years, trying to find some effective ways to prevent their properties being widely available without paying for them. In recent years, many Pc developers have thought out some methods to make the games run only whit an…

Sometimes, the free to play model allows developers to save some games headed towards ruin, at least saleswise. In free to play games, players get for free only the most basic features of a game, while they’ll have to pay for everything else, most of the times with microtransactions. Quite a few games have made…

Microsoft’s Kinect is indeed one of the most interesting add on released for current consoles, at least from a tech’s point of view: controlling a game with your own body thanks to a camera is indeed a great idea on paper. However to make such system work on some more hardcore games effectively requires a…