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The Biggest Gaming News Stories of 2017 – Game Revolution

2017 is coming to an end, with us shutting the door on another eventful year for the gaming industry. While there were plenty of great games released over the past 365 days, there were also some pretty negative news stories circling around the medium, making it a year of both …

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The PC gaming lows of 2017 – PC Gamer

Yesterday we did the highs, and today we do the lows. These were the more disappointing moments of 2017, according to our PC Gamer global team. And yes, you’ll find some loot crate chatter in here. Let us know your lows of the year in the comments.  Andy Kelly: Andromeda …

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WHO: Video game addiction will become a recognized mental … – Quartz

The World Health Organization (WHO) has included “gaming disorder” in a draft of its upcoming 11th International Classification of Diseases—a book used by researchers and doctors to track and diagnose disease—describing it as “a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour” that may include impaired control over gaming activities, and …

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BIR lists taxes on offshore gaming – Inquirer.net

Philippine offshore gaming operations (Pogo) licensed by the state-owned Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. will be slapped a number of taxes in a bid to lessen foregone revenues from such activities, the Bureau of Internal Revenue said. Under Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 102-2017 issued by Internal Revenue Commissioner Caesar R. …

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The DeanBeat: 10 wildly inaccurate and predictable predictions for gaming in 2018 – VentureBeat

The ritual has arrived again. It’s time for me to make wildly inaccurate predictions about the future of games. This is always embarrassing for me, but I’m hoping that one of these years it will sharpen my thinking. I’ve written more than 15,000 stories for VentureBeat over nearly 10 years, …

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Why your gaming laptop's GPU doesn't matter as much as you think – Digital Trends

Digital Trends Why your gaming laptop’s GPU doesn’t matter as much as you thinkDigital TrendsQuick question: What’s the most important component in a good gaming laptop? Let’s set aside subjective elements like design — and those all important LED lighting features — and focus on what makes for a great …

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Appeals Court Upholds iLife Patent in $10M Wii Gaming Judgment – RollingStone.com

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit this week upheld iLife’s motion-sensing accelerometer patent, shutting down one of Nintendo’s avenues for appeal in a $10 million verdict handed down by a Texas jury in an infringement case against the technology used in the company’s Wii Remote controller. In …

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The RetroBeat: 2017's biggest retro gaming moments – VentureBeat

2017 saw the release of a lot of great games, but the year wasn’t just about the biggest and newest. It was a huge year for retro gaming. We got collections of classics, exciting announcements, and another fantastic, nostalgic machine from Nintendo. And even some of the best new games …

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Column: Let's legalize internet gaming – The Detroit News

Brandt Iden Published 11:01 p.m. ET Dec. 26, 2017 What the industry calls “igaming” already is legal in four states — Delaware, Nevada, New Jersey and Pennsylvania — and many other states are lining up behind them to do the same, Iden writes.(Photo: Leon Neal / AFP/Getty Images) The internet …

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Nintendo is 2017's best gaming company – VentureBeat

With so many great games, 2017 had to have some strong development studios and publishers behind it. We deliberated during our GamesBeat Decides podcast to figure out which gaming company made the most of the year. We came up with three finalists, but it was clear which one would be …

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