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Gaming Phones Worth Buying? Features & Comparison – iGyaan Network

Gaming smartphones were fringe products till about two or three years back and have recently come into the limelight. A few years ago, smartphone research and development was going mostly into making the screens larger and better, increasing speeds for day-to-day work and increasing battery life. But since then a …

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Evidence continues to mount about how bad Denuvo is for PC gaming performance – Ars Technica

Denuvo One of the biggest arguments against anti-piracy checks built into video games (commonly known as “digital rights management,” or DRM) is that they punish paying customers with stuttering, loading times, and other detractive gameplay issues. While leading DRM vendor Denuvo has long claimed that its tools don’t hamper video …

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Macau in 2018 | Openings, delays and closings – Gaming and Hotels – Macau Business

Macau (MNA) – The beginning of 2018 saw MGM China’s new project in Cotai be awarded a total of 125 gaming mass market tables with 900 slot machines being approved by the Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ). In January former legislator and gaming businessman, Chan Meng Kam, completed its purchase of hotel Lan …

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How Nintendo Transformed Christmas Into a Gaming Holiday – Geek

Year after year, video games are some of the top sellers every holiday season. But it wasn’t always thus – in the 1980s, after the massive crash of Atari’s 2600 console left millions of unsold cartridges gathering dust on shelves across the country, retailers were terrified to devote any shelf …

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Blizzard paying staff to leave in order to cut costs, according to reports – PC Gamer

In a bid to cut costs, Blizzard has expanded a scheme that offers employees money to leave the company, according to a Kotaku report. Sources also state that the company has given more power to its finance department to cut spending, and has reduced the budgets of any teams not …

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China ends moratorium on game approvals – Green Man Gaming Newsroom

The Chinese government has ended its freeze on game approvals. The end of the freeze, which lasted nine months and left the games industry in limbo, since the Chinese government requires publishers to submit games for approval before they can be sold in what is potentially the world’s biggest market, …

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Op-Ed: Does the Video Game Industry Really Need Blockchain? – CCN

No. You may have expected a different answer to come from a blockchain video game developer, but that’s the truth. Gaming does not need blockchain. In fact, there are a lot of great features that gaming doesn’t need. Games did just fine before online multiplayer was available, or before the …

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DreamHack: India’s Biggest Gaming Event Of 2018 Was All Kinds Of Awesome – India Times

One measure of how much the Indian e-sports scene has grown in the past couple of years, is by looking at which big names in the industry are hosting local events. That roster was broadened by another entry this weekend, that of DreamHack. Images courtesy: Gwyn D’Mello ALSO READ: I Spent …

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Gaming: FF XIV gets the magic blues; goodbye Avengers Academy; Atlas ahoy – SYFY WIRE

Final Fantasy XIV is getting a significant addition to its playable character classes ahead of Shadowbringers, the online game’s third major expansion set to launch next year: enter the Blue Mage. Arriving in January, FF XIV’s A Requiem for Heroes update will roll out the new magic-wielding class as part …

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