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EA Says Paid Demos Were “Due to a Technical Error”

As you may have heard earlier, EA was seemingly charging for demos of FIFA 14 and EA Sports UFC on the Xbox One marketplace. They were originally free,...
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Stellar To Be Released In 2016

Dog Eat Dog Games’  Stellar will be released sometime in 2016, according to the game studio, although they were unable to give an exact...

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Vs LG G3 Photo, Video and OIS Comparison

Two of 2014's top Android phones that have 4k video capable cameras and QHD screens. But which one is the better? You might think...

Looking Back at 2014’s Most Disappointing Games

2014 is now coming to a close, and let’s face it, it wasn’t the best year for video games. The start of a new...

Alex’s Recommended PC builds (July 2014 Edition)

Alex's Recommended PC builds (July 2014 Edition) Welcome to a new monthly edition starting from now. These monthly articles will help users to decide on...
Microsoft game-streaming service, Arcadia, making progress

Jan. Premiere for New Microsoft Browser codenamed Spartan

According to an article written by The Independent three hours ago, Microsoft has recently revealed the development of a new web browser codenamed Spartan...

Xbox One update gives more CPU power to developers

It seems that Microsoft are pushing to give more console power to the developers as a recent update has reserved more CPU power for...
LG G2 vs Sony Xperia ZL: A Battle on Interface and Functionality

LG G2 vs Sony Xperia ZL: A Battle on Interface and Functionality

Everyone knows that LG has struggled in the smartphone industry but it didn’t give up and went above and beyond to come up with...
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Square Enix Reveals Final Fantasy XV’s “Tech Demo Vol. 1” Video

Developer Square Enix has released a tech video for the eagerly awaited open-world Japanese role-playing game (JRPG) Final Fantasy XV, with it demonstrating the time...
Xbox Live founder leaves Microsoft Xbox after 17 years

Xbox Live founder leaves Microsoft after more than 17 years

Boyd Multerer, the engineer who led development on Microsoft's Xbox Live service, as well as its XNA game development tools, has recently announced his...