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Hands On: Surgeon Simulator (iOS)

10/31, 7:10pm

Consider yourself a journeyman sawbones? Give Surgeon Simulator a shot

For those of who haven't heard, Surgeon Simulator by developer Bossa Studios is an extremely popular tongue-in-cheek game that originated on Steam for the "PC Master Race." Fortunately for those with iPads, iPhones, and newer iPod Touch models, Bossa Studios has decided to bring this remarkably frustrating game to iOS, and we've taken some time with it.

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Friday Deals: 65-inch LG 4K TV, Steam Halloween sale, more

10/31, 4:21pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for October 31, 2014

It is time for the last Friday Deals of October! Every Friday, we search the Internet for deals on gadgets, peripherals, accessories, apps, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. As today is Halloween, don't be too surprised to see sales and deals with a spooky theme. As usual, all prices are verified at the time of publication, and may or may not be valid if you're reading this at a later date, so check before you buy. Be sure to check over the weekend, as it is likely more deals will be added to the list.

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Briefly: Razer Naga Epic Chroma, UK gains 1,000 free Wi-Fi hotspots

10/31, 11:03am

Razer adds Chroma lighting system to Naga gaming mouse

Razer has made an update to its Naga gaming mouse, by giving it the Chroma lighting system the company introduced in August. The Naga Epic Chroma, fitted with an 8,200 DPI 4G laser sensor with wired and wireless modes, a grid of 12 customizable buttons on the thumb grip, and a total of 19 buttons overall, can change its lighting scheme to any of 16.8 million color options, or alternately let it cycle through most of the color spectrum. Shipping in early November in the United States and Europe, Razer is pricing the Naga Epic Chroma at $130.

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Hands On: Organ Trail Director's Cut (iOS and Android)

10/31, 1:23am

Zombie mashup of original Oregon Trail game works surprisingly well

Organ Trail: Director's Cut is a nostalgic game that promises to entertain both those who loved the original classic Oregon Trail as well as players who are simply looking for a surprisingly in-depth iOS game. Don't think that this game is simply riding the coattails of retro-gaming's popularity right now -- Organ Trail is an interesting game, even without the allure of the chiptune music and cutting-edge graphics circa 1985.

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Zuckerberg: Oculus needs to sell 100 million units to be 'meaningful'

10/30, 7:13pm

Facebook looks to build a business from virtual reality, betting on long term

During the earnings call for third quarter financial results, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave further information on the expectations of the Oculus Rift, including the path he sees Oculus traveling in the future. While no exact information was stated about a consumer release, Zuckerberg said it could take years for the technology to be "meaningful."

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Hands On: Jagged Alliance -- Flashback (OS X, Windows)

10/30, 2:55pm

Mercenaries strive to free '80s styled Caribbean isle in this turn-based title

Kickstarter has helped to revive many favorites of the past, including Reading Rainbow, Veronica Mars, and even the Jagged Alliance turn-based strategy series. Jagged Alliance: Flashback was funded on Kickstarter by developers Full Control back in May of 2013, promising to create a tactical RPG that Jagged Alliance fans new and old would enjoy.

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Hands On: Pandemic 2.5 (iOS)

10/30, 7:38am

Ever want to virtually wipe out all life on Earth? Now's your chance.

How many games actually allow a player to play as something truly terrible? Sure, there are a lot of games that let players choose the "wrong" choice, but where are the games that let you wreak total havoc? Pandemic 2.5, the successor to the popular flash game Pandemic 2, will. This devious little gem allows players to create a custom disease from the ground up, which serves to help them eradicate the human race. The game manages to be part resource-management, part chance, and part outwit-the-AI, and can be profoundly frustrating.

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Nintendo working with ResMed on non-contact sleep tracking device

10/30, 6:58am

Planned Nintendo device monitors sleep patterns remotely

Nintendo is jumping on the fitness-related device bandwagon, with the creation of a sleep tracker. The game console producer is working with ResMed, a company which already produces products for the treatment of sleep disorders, to create a device to remotely monitor the user while they sleep, rather than a wearable device.

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Nintendo's streak of losses ends, helped by strong Smash Bros. sales

10/29, 7:13pm

Handheld game sells 3.32 million units, propels company to $85 million profit

Nintendo posted surprising figures for it second quarter results for 2014, seeing an $85 million (¥9.25 billion) operating profit. The news comes on mixed analyst projections, with Thomson Reuters Starmine expecting a $33 million (¥3.7 billion) loss and Quick expecting a net profit of $63 million (¥62.4 billion). Nintendo posted a net profit of $222 million (¥24.2 billion) for the period ending September 30.

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Mojang's digital card game Scrolls releasing by the end of November

10/28, 10:02pm

Out of beta after three years in development, aiming for simultaneous platform release

Minecraft developer Mojang announced in an interview that its next game Scrolls is looking at a November release. The card-based tactics game, best known for its legal spat with Bethesda Softworks over the Scrolls trademark, moved into beta in June 2013 before it was announced that the title would be expanded beyond OS X and Windows.

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Briefly: Razer Leviathan sound bar, Lucasfilm games on GOG

10/28, 3:42pm

Sound bar with dedicated subwoofer brings 5.1 surround sound to the desktop

Gaming peripheral maker Razer announced that it is readying a new sound bar for the living room and desktop. The Razer Leviathan is a 5.1 channel surround sound bar, which the company states can easily fit under a monitor or console setup. The Leviathan features Dolby technology, including Dolby Digital, Pro Logic II and Virtual Speaker. The unit also comes with a dedicated 5.25-inch down-firing subwoofer that Razer says is "tuned to produce distortion-free lower tones."

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Hands On: Elegy for a Dead World (OS X, Windows)

10/28, 1:52am

Players craft personal sci-fi stories spurred on by the exploration of distant worlds

Elegy for a Dead World is a collaborative effort from Dejobaan Games and Popcannibal that aims to challenge the normal conventions used to define video games. Crowdfunded successfully--including being a Kickstarter Staff Pick--the game itself raised a little over $72,000 or about 150 percent of their goal. They did it by promising to produce a game unlike anything players have seen before. This mentality has not gone unnoticed, earning the game accolades at such industry events as Independent Games Festival 2014, Game Developer Conference, and IndieCade.

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New Alienware 13 notebook released, optional Graphics Amplifier

10/27, 9:09pm

One-inch thick notebook offers desktop add-on solution for graphical performance boost

On top of the new Area-51 desktop gaming PC, Alienware is taking care of mobile gamers with its new Alienware 13 notebook. While the Alienware 13 isn't as powerful as its desktop counterpart, the company hopes to solve that with an add-on device called the Alienware Graphics Amplifier that brings the power of a discrete GPU to the notebook.

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Alienware sets release, specifications for flagship Area-51 PC

10/27, 8:01pm

Computer built on Intel X99 platform, opens for orders, customization on October 28

Alienware announced the availability of the new Area-51, the company's flagship gaming PC that Electronista took a first-hand look at during PAX Prime 2014. The customizable PC will be available starting October 28 with Intel's gaming-focused Haswell-E processors and X99 motherboards also unveiled during the gaming convention in August.

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Hands On: Wasteland 2 (OS X, Windows)

10/27, 5:58pm

If the Fallout war never ended, this is where it started

In 2012, InXile Entertainment took to Kickstarter, aiming to raise $900,000 revive the 1988 classic role-playing game Wasteland with a sequel. Since then, and with over $2.9 million in pledges from over 61,000 backers, the team has rolled out Wasteland 2 on Steam, a successor which attempts to modernize the base game while keeping the style and gameplay of the original release.

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Xbox head doesn't believe a Minecraft sequel 'makes the most sense'

10/27, 4:40pm

Spencer thinks unifying platforms is important, focusing on community needs first

Fans holding out for a Minecraft 2 after the Microsoft acquisition of Mojang could be in for some disappointment. In a podcast recording last week, Microsoft's Head of Xbox Phil Spencer said that he doesn't believe that a second version in the franchise make sense. Even though the brand has room to grow, meeting the needs for the community is currently the most important job.

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Briefly: CyberPowerPC Fangbook III HX6, Gigabyte Raptor FPS mouse

10/27, 3:24pm

Gaming notebook powered by Intel Core i7, activates kickstand when opened

CyberPower PC is releasing a new gaming notebook next month starting at $1,100. The Fangbook III HX6 features a 15.6-inch full HD LED backlit IPS display, capability of resolutions up to 1920x1080 with anti-glare technology built-in. The Fangbook III is powered by an Intel Core i7-4700MQ 2.4GHz processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics with 4GB of VRAM, 8GB of DDR3 memory and a 500MB 7200RPM hard drive. While the company stated in its press release that it comes with a 1TB 7200RPM hard drive, this appears to be under a Halloween promotion.

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Briefly: Xbox One $50 discount, Nexus Player Gamepad hits Google Play

10/27, 8:47am

Microsoft cuts price of Xbox One bundles by $50 for holidays

Microsoft is cutting the price of its Xbox One game console for the holidays. Starting from November 2nd, a $50 discount will be applied on console bundles, bringing the standard version down to $349, or $449 including the Kinect, while the limited edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle with a 1TB hard drive and customized console and controller will cost $449 when it launches from November 3rd. It is unclear if similar discounts will be applied in other markets, but the $50-off promotion will end on January 3rd.

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Weekly Game Replay: Hearthstone on smartphones, EA lawsuit dismissed

10/26, 6:29pm

News from the video game industry for the week of October 19

Every Sunday Electronista and MacNN report on some of the important bits of news from the world of video games. In this week's edition we take a look at Blizzard bringing Hearthstone to smartphones, EA's Battlefield 4 lawsuit dismissal, Assassin's Creed: Unity system requirements, Carbine Studios layoffs, and more.

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Friday Deals: iOS Grand Theft Auto, 240GB SSD, 1TB external, more

10/24, 4:25pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for October 24, 2014

Its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we round up the best deals for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. As usual, all prices are verified at the time of publication, but may not be valid if you're reading this after the weekend, so check before buying. Check back frequently over the weekend, we like to add stuff!

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Giveaway: Tomb Raider

10/24, 2:10pm

Win one of five copies of Tomb Raider!

For nearly two decades, the Tomb Raider franchise has been keeping adventure-seekers entertained for countless hours all around the world. Since the release of the first game in 1996, there have been a number of sequels to the game, a series of box office motion pictures, novels, and even theme park rides. The most recent chapter in the Lara Croft saga was released last year, and recently the staff here at Electronista got a chance to dig in to the action to see if it lives up to our expectations. We also secured five redemption codes to give away to our readers.

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Hands On: Tomb Raider (OS X, Windows)

10/24, 2:00pm

Lara Croft reintroduced to the gritty world of treasure hunting in an awe-inspiring adventure

Last year, Square Enix published a new take on a fan favorite character that made a debut on the PlayStation back in 1996. Under the development of Crystal Dynamics, Tomb Raider was rebooted to reintroduce the origins of Lara Croft. Rather than rely on some of the typical tropes associated with the character, the development team added a depth and human touch that was welcome in the series. Earlier this year, the game was ported to OS X by Feral Interactive, giving Mac owners a chance to experience Croft's new story.

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Editorial: In defense of the new $499 Mac mini

10/24, 1:58pm

On paper, its not as strong as the 2012 model, but why worry?

After its release, we came out pretty strongly against Apple's new $499 Mac mini. We thought it to be underpowered, and despite some minor improvements, generally a step backwards. Time has passed, tempers have cooled a bit, and we've given it a second thought. While we're not saying that its a must-buy, there are some good use cases for it, and in some instances it trumps the 2012 model.

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Unity Technologies names ex-EA exec John Riccitiello as CEO

10/22, 2:04pm

Unity founder David Helgason remaining with the company

Cross-platform game development engine designers Unity Technologies has named a new chief executive. John Riccitiello, the prior chief of EA, is the new head of the company, with David Helgason stepping down. Helgason will continue with the company, and is planning on focusing on improving relationships with developers as well as "working with some insanely talented people here at Unity."

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Briefly: Civilization Beyond Earth data, Total War: Shogun 2 expansion

10/21, 4:11pm

New Civilization title demands Yosemite, i3 processor

The latest installment of the Civilization franchise from developer Firaxis, Civilization: Beyond Earth, today has a slightly-narrowed release date for OS X as well as declared hardware and OS requirements. While the PC release is scheduled for October 24, the Mac version will ship in time for the holiday season. Civilization: Beyond Earth will require OS X 10.10 Yosemite, an Intel Core i3 processor or greater running at 2.2GHz or more, and 4GB of RAM. Minimum GPU specs are the Nvidia GeForce 640M, ATI Radeon HD 5750, or Intel Iris Graphics with 256 MB.

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Producer, co-creator of Assassin's Creed leaves Ubisoft Toronto

10/21, 3:17pm

Jade Raymond moving on from Ubisoft after 10 years with the company

Fans of the Assassin's Creed series of games are losing a significant contributor to the franchise this week, as Jade Raymond has decided to part ways with Ubisoft. Raymond is credited as being one of the co-creators of the Assassin's Creed series, as well as working on a number of other titles under the Toronto and Montreal divisions of Ubisoft.

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Valve pulls game from Steam over Gabe Newell Twitter death threat [u]

10/21, 11:27am

Frustrated developer complaints cause removal of game from sale on Steam

[Update: Mike Maulbeck is stepping down from the company] A game has been pulled from the Steam store, after the developer threatened to kill Valve Software's co-founder, Gabe Newell. Mike Maulbeck, the creator of Paranautical Activity, was frustrated at how his creation was incorrectly labeled in the Steam store as an Early Access game, and during a tirade against Valve and Steam on Twitter, wrote "I am going to kill Gabe Newell. He is going to die."

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Hands On: Steam Marines (OS X, Windows)

10/21, 10:37am

Rogue-like strategy not made for the faint of heart

Following a year of development in Steam's Early Access program, Steam Marines finally made its way to the general public a few weeks ago. Similar in style to games like Space Hulk and XCOM, Steam Marines is a top-down strategy shooter that requires players to carefully plan out each turn. Available for $15 through Steam, Desura, and the Humble Store, is this 2D retro-styled game worth your time and the unavoidable stress it is bound to cause?

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Briefly: Xbox One TV tuner in Europe, Doctor Who programming game

10/21, 6:44am

Microsoft releases digital TV tuner for Xbox One in Europe

A digital TV tuner for the Xbox One has gone on sale in Europe through the Microsoft Store. Priced at £25 ($40) in the UK and 30 euros ($38) in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, the tuner will allow owners of the Microsoft game console to view free-to-air HD television through the device, complete with Snap Mode video, pausing and rewinding of live TV, and OneGuide program listings.

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Review: Plantronics Rig Surround 7.1 headset

10/20, 10:45pm

Brings Dolby 7.1 surround sound to PC, discomfort surfaces in a short period of time

Trying to capture the true soundscape of video games can be a daunting task. Looking to surround-sound home theater options, users have to balance the price of speakers and a receiver with the space demands a setup would require. Due to this, gamers often turn to headphones to get the job done. Plantronics has released the Rig Surround headset as a way to fill the need for 7.1 surround sound experience without an expensive price tag or room full of speakers. But is the Rig headset something that consumers should look to, or would they be better off making room for the speakers? Find out in our review.

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Weekly Game Replay: Final Fantasy XIV expansion, Halo 20GB download

10/19, 6:12pm

News from the video game industry for the week of October 12

Every Sunday Electronista and MacNN report some of the important news from the gaming industry across the past week. During this week's edition, we look at Final Fantasy XIV's first expansion, the download requirements for Halo: The Master Chief Collection, NPD numbers for video game hardware sales, and console updates for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Crowdfunding Critic: Mad Genius motion controller

10/19, 3:49pm

Controller uses dedicated motion capture system, snaps together for normal use

Electronista and MacNN's article series Crowdfunding Critic brings readers projects from sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo that the team believes are interesting or potentially useful. However, be aware that the articles aren't an endorsement of any given project. All crowdfunding campaigns come with risks, so we ask our readers to carefully research the items they are pledging to, as they are investments. In this edition, we take a look at the Mad Genius motion controller.

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Google's Nexus Player lacks FCC approval, pre-orders stopped

10/18, 8:55am

Device working its way through DC bureaucracy, return expected 'very rapidly'

Google has temporarily suspended sales of its recently-announced Nexus Player. After a few hours of preorders had been taken, the company abruptly ceased sales of the device, noting that since the device had not yet been approved by the US Federal Communications Commission, that it is not available.

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Friday Deals: Filemaker Pro BOGO, 2K up to 85 percent off, more!

10/17, 2:25pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for October 17, 2014

Its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we round up the best deals for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. As usual, all prices are verified at the time of publication, but may not be valid if you're reading this after the weekend, so check before buying. Check back frequently over the weekend, we like to add stuff!

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Humble Bundle teams with Mozilla to offer browser-based bundle

10/15, 6:53pm

Effort supports builds on Mozilla's July launch of browser ready commercial games

Mozilla and Humble Bundle have teamed up to bring gamers something a little different. A new discount gaming bundle was posted yesterday that gives buyers eight games that are playable in WebGL-compatible browsers. The DRM-free games are full ports of indie games, being powered by Mozilla's asm.js JavaScript subset.

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Briefly: Akvis' Charcoal app, Lego Movie Videogame launches tomorrow

10/15, 4:57pm

Akvis announces Charcoal image editing program, available as standalone and as plugin for OS X

Akvis has announced the release of its new image editing program Charcoal, allowing users to create charcoal, chalk and sanguine drawings from photo images. Photos can be converted into a rendition of a hand-drawn art piece with its variety of photo effects, including a selection of canvas textures to apply. Thirty-four preset options are available, with the ability to create one's own presets also featured. Available as a 10-day trial, a home license for Akvis Charcoal is priced at $50.

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Microsoft launching Halo twin-stick shooter for Windows in December

10/15, 3:34pm

Halo: Spartan Strike builds on Spartan Assault, removes microtransactions

Microsoft and 343 Industries couldn't close out the year without adding a new game to the Halo universe. Though Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be hitting store shelves before Thanksgiving, a new top-down, twin-stick shooter will be arriving on December 12. Halo: Spartan Strike is launching on Windows devices and Steam for $6.

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Feminist Frequency creator cancels talk after threat of massacre

10/15, 7:19am

Latest threat fourth to Sarkeesian, cancels over security concerns

Anita Sarkeesian, the creator behind the Feminist Frequency videos on YouTube, was forced to cancel a speech at Utah State University (USU) on October 15 after the institution received several threats regarding her attendance. The biggest threat the university received claimed that "the deadliest school shooting in American history" would take place if she was allowed to speak at the Taggart Student Center.

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Weekly Game Replay: Destiny's 3.2M daily players, Driveclub woes

10/12, 6:00pm

News from the video game industry for the week of October 5

Every Sunday Electronista and MacNN round up some of the important pieces of news in the video game industry from the previous week. This week, we take a look at some statistics regarding the number of players in Destiny, issues with the launch of Driveclub, free next-generation copies of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for customers buying it on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, as well as some other notable news bits and upcoming releases.

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Review: Polk Audio 4 Shot headset

10/10, 1:25am

Great design, strong bass signature, but inconsistent sound outside of games

Sound quality and design are two of the biggest areas of focus for manufacturers when coming up with a new gaming headset. Depending on the brand, some headsets lean toward universal use and good looks, while others try to focus more on the quality of sound. Polk Audio, a company with a long pedigree in consumer audio, has stepped into the gaming market to try its hand at balancing looks and sound with the 4 Shot. But is the headset a one-trick pony, or does it manage to offer everything consumers want? Find out in our review.

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Game building tool company Unity Technologies may be up for sale

10/09, 9:10am

Google, Microsoft, Amazon have all reportedly tendered offers for Unity

According to sources familiar with the matter, cross-platform game development tool Unity's developers are having continuing discussions with possible buyers for the company. The biggest name attached to the development company's discussions is allegedly Google, with Microsoft and Amazon having made offers as early as 2013.

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Briefly: PlayStation Now on PS TV, Google Play movie pre-orders

10/08, 5:58am

PlayStation Now will be available on PlayStation TV from October 14th

The PlayStation TV set-top box will have PlayStation Now from its launch on October 14th in North America, the PlayStation Blog has confirmed. Opening as an open beta, the streaming service will also be made available to owners of the PlayStation Vita handheld console, with the service said to offer rentals of over 150 PlayStation 3 games, with cloud storage used for save games, and online multiplayer support also included.

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Nvidia ships Maxwell architecture in GeForce GTX 980M, 970M GPUs

10/07, 5:12pm

Notebook GPUs gain recently-launched Maxwell architecture

Nvidia's Maxwell architecture is now available for notebooks, the graphics chip producer has announced. Previously revealed for desktops in September, the architecture is being made available in the Geforce GTX 980M and GTX 970M GPUs, components claim are now the fastest and second-fastest notebook graphics cards available today.

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Nintendo unleashing Amiibo, Super Smash Bros. Wii U in November

10/07, 5:01pm

NFC figures, forth entry in the fighter series coming to the Wii U before the holidays

On the back of worldwide sales of 2.8 million units for Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo unveiled the release date for the game on its home console. Super Smash Bros. is coming to the Wii U in North America on November 21, with Europe and Australia sales starting the following week. In addition to Super Smash Bros., Nintendo is offering a bonus release with the first wave of Aiimbo figures on November, along with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker in December.

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Briefly: Splot platformer iOS game, Tiggly's iPad compatible math toy

10/07, 4:36pm

Frozenbyte to release Spot platformer game for iOS October 23

Finnish game developer Frozenbyte has announced the upcoming release of its new platformed game, Splot. Players follow the story of a blue alien, Splot, who crashes onto an unfamiliar planet along with his adversaries, the Hungry Blobs. Splot sets out to rescue a native population of birds that are being eaten by the Blobs. Playable on three different difficulties though 56 levels, gameplay consists of fast-paced platforming with the goal of reaching captured birds before they are eaten.

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Microsoft's Project Spark exits beta, available for Xbox One, Windows

10/07, 10:53am

Cross-platform game creation kit available for free, or in $40 bundle

Microsoft's six-month beta for game creation tool Project Spark is over. The kit, with an included physics engine as well as gameplay mechanics that utilizes traditional inputs, as well as Kinect and SmartGlass, is available now for the Xbox One and Windows 8.1. The kit allows users to create worlds, share them with fellow players, and does not require an Xbox Live Gold membership to play.

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Samsung reportedly aiming for December 1 Gear VR launch in South Korea

10/06, 2:09pm

Alleged internal document claims December Gear VR launch, $187 price

Samsung will start shipping its Gear VR peripheral at the start of December, a report claims. The virtual reality headset, officially unveiled during September's Unpacked event, is said to be heading to retail in South Korea from December 1st, with an allegedly leaked internal document claiming it will cost consumers 200,000 won ($187).

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Steam, Twitch add sponsorship policies for curator program, channels

10/06, 1:49pm

Compensation rules added for Twitch, Steam to add a level of transparency

Valve's Steam platform and the game streaming site Twitch are adding some rules when it comes to the endorsements and recommendations of games. Both companies are now adding transparency for areas of generated content, hoping to bring an end to the blurred line that sits between paid advertisements, endorsements, or reviews.

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Angry Birds developer Rovio sacks 130 workers in Finland

10/04, 12:31pm

Company faced with declining growth, lack of non-Angry Birds titles

In a blog post pointing out some of the issues surrounding Angry Birds purveyor Rovio, the company's outgoing CEO announced that the game maker will shed 130 people in an effort to reduce costs. The layoffs are all in the company's home country of Finland, and represents 16 percent of the company's total workforce.

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Disney axes two Star Wars mobile titles, both less than a year old

10/04, 10:40am

Tiny Death Star and Star Wars Assault Team force choked by Disney

Star Wars intellectual property owner Disney has suddenly discontinued two iOS apps, one of which was only released this year. Disney has pulled Tiny Death Star as well as Star Wars Assault Team from Google Play and the iOS App Store, with no warning to those with a financial stake in the arrangement.

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