Coronavirus Makes Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Events Disappear

In a bid to keep players safe in a time when concerns continue to grow over the spread of Covid-19, the coronavirus, Niantic has postponed the next community scheduled for March in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Although the move seems logical in a time when players should be practicing social distancing, it is odd that Niantic has chosen a uniquely […]

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Pokemon Go Destroyed A Town’s Economy

Pokémon Go has brought a lot of happiness, joy, and sense of competition to many players globally since the AR game’s 2016 release. However, while developer Niantic and Nintendo have seen a lot of success, Pokémon Go has been costly to one town south of Washington, D.C. According to Destructoid, a town called Occoquan has experienced a lot less prosperity […]

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Teacher Tries To Teach Class On Twitch, It Erupts Into Chaos As Expected

A professor at NYU Game Center tried to teach a class about streaming on Twitch due to the coronavirus outbreak. It didn’t go well. Remember Robert Yang? The guy who made all those oddly sexualized video games like Succulent, Stick Shift, and The Tearoom? Well, he’s a university professor now. Guess all those funny/artistic/provocative games were good for something. Not […]

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No PC, no problem: Shadow supercharges cloud gaming with lower prices, faster hardware, and VR

Shadow, the cloud-based PC gaming service that’s been trickling into the United States since early 2018, is leveling up hard now that Nvidia’s rival GeForce Now has launched. On Thursday, Shadow revealed much cheaper pricing, much more powerful hardware options, an overhauled interface for TVs and mobile devices, and—get this—an initiative to drive latency-sensitive virtual reality experiences from the cloud. […]

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Nintendo Switch leads February 2020 hardware sales

Video game sales continued to decline in the United States in February, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. And an absence of exciting new game releases helped hold back consoles sales as well. But while people are spending less money on gaming systems, Nintendo Switch hardware sales still surpassed its aging and outgoing competition. “Nintendo Switch was the best-selling […]

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Prince Of Persia added to For Honor, doesn’t look like Prince of Persia

https://youtube.com/watch?v=20gUX7MaqYo%3Fversion%3D3%26rel%3D1%26fs%3D1%26autohide%3D2%26showsearch%3D0%26showinfo%3D1%26iv_load_policy%3D1%26wmode%3Dtransparent A Prince Of Persia themed event is now available in For Honor, which sees players battle the titular Prince himself. It’s been a long time since fans of Ubisoft’s action adventure series, Prince Of Persia, have been able to enjoy a proper console entry. In fact, we haven’t seen one since 2010’s HD re-release of the Sands Of Time […]

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