Comments: 0Wednesday, September 25th 2013 - 08:30 CEST
Sony Computer Entertainment announced that the PlayStation 4 (PlayStation 4) (CUH-1000A series) computer entertainment system will come in “Jet Black” color and will be available this holiday season in North America and Europe at a recommended retail price (RRP) of US$ 399, Canada $ 399, € 399, and £ 349. The design of Sony PlayStation 4 made its public debut at the PlayStation press conference on June 10, 2013, which kicked off the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. PlayStation 4 will also be displayed this week at the Sony Computer Entertainment America booth at E3, one of the world's largest video game exhibitions.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 12th 2013 - 13:20 CET
Sony Computer announced the new PlayStation 4 (PS4) gaming platform. The future of Sony PS4 is about great games - inspiring, new experiences from the imaginations of the world’s best creators With unprecedented power, deep social capabilities, and instant accessibility, Sony PS4 allows game creators to unleash their imaginations and deliver new play experiences to gamers that were never before possible. Sony PS4 integrates second screens, including PS Vita, smartphones and tablets, to wrap gamers in their favorite content wherever they are. SCE’s long-term goal is to make almost every Sony PS4 title playable on PS Vita by using Remote Play over Wi-Fi networks.
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Comments: 0Monday, August 20th 2012 - 09:15 CEST
Nokia has announced Namco Bandai will fully support the newly introduced Asha Touch phones, with over 20 arcade classic game titles available for downloaded through Nokia Store. The new Nokia Asha phones were launched just last month and bring a colourful range of great experiences designed for young, urban and aspirational consumers. Available through the Nokia Store, the game agreement includes some of the most prestigious titles in the gaming industry, such as Pac-Man, Final Fantasy, Ace Combat and Flight Control. Nokia Asha touch phone users will be able to take advantage of a new touch screen experience that makes mobile web browsing fast, with easy access to social networks and, of course, a great gaming performance.
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Comments: 0Saturday, June 23rd 2012 - 20:10 CEST
New Nintendo 3DS XL game system - A big year for the Nintendo 3DS game system is about to get even bigger. In a Nintendo Direct video on June 21, Nintendo revealed plans to launch Nintendo 3DS XL, a new and bigger version of Nintendo 3DS with 90% larger displays. The Nintendo 3DS XL battery life outperforms that of the original Nintendo 3DS game system, and the 3DS XL comes bundled with a 4GB Secure Digital memory card, which owners can use to save content such as downloadable games and videos from the popular Nintendo eShop. The Nintendo 3DS XL game system will launch on Aug. 19, the same day as New Super Mario Bros. 2, a new installment in the fan-favorite Mario game series.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, June 6th 2012 - 14:55 CEST
Gaikai and Samsung announced the next generation Smart TV games: Samsung Cloud Gaming. Samsung Cloud Gaming will open a lot of ways for consumers to an amazing service that makes it possible to play video games with your Samsung Smart TV. Connected with the Internet, Samsung Smart TV games utilizes Gaikai’s cloud-based streaming technology to bring video games immediately to gameers without the problems of long download durations, unsightly hardware or untidy all the wires. Soon, Samsung will begin accepting sign-ups for the newest version of Samsung Cloud Gaming for Samsung Smart TV games in the US.
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Comments: 0Sunday, February 28th 2010 - 14:03 CET
That a new Samsung Wave mobile phone was introduced during the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Spain did not escape the attention of anyone interested in mobile news. Bada, Samsung’s new mobile OS on which the Samsung Wave handset runs, is meant to be the open platform for which Apps can be massively developed. There was a short game demonstration at the Samsung booth, but the real winner is the Polish developer Gamileon, who announced that the popular platform game Furry Legends will also be available for the Bada platform. Furry Legend is a 3D mobile game, so Samsung Wave’s 1Ghz processor will probably be running at full capacity.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 27th 2010 - 13:45 CET
Fans of Nintendo’s fashion-themed Style Savvy game for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems will have access to some hot new designs this year, thanks to an expanded partnership between Nintendo and renowned entertainment icon Beyoncé. Style Savvy players with broadband Internet access will soon be able to download five designs from the real-life Deréon clothing line co-created by Beyoncé and her mother, designer Tina Knowles. As managers of their own virtual boutiques, players can incorporate these chic Deréon fashions as they create one-of-a-kind looks for their in-game clientele.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, December 2nd 2009 - 21:20 CET
Dance Fabulous, published by Nokia, has been released on N-Gage. The first cross-services game by Nokia incorporates both a music and gaming experience and offers its players a new way to enjoy and listen to music. Through a collaboration between Nokia, Interscope Records and music legend Dave Stewart, Dance Fabulous also introduces a pioneering artist, Cindy Gomez, including a dancing Gomez avatar and her brand new songs.
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Comments: 0Saturday, July 18th 2009 - 23:55 CEST
Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of Ice Age game: Dawn of the Dinosaurs for mobile phones worldwide. This mobile game marks Glu's third mobile title based on Fox Mobile Entertainment's hit Ice Age franchise and launches in time for the international theatrical release of Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, an animated film from Twentieth Century Fox. Premiered July 1, 2009, the movie is directed by Carlos Saldanha (Ice Age, Robots) and introduced exciting new Ice Age characters and a new Lost World environment.
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Comments: 0Sunday, May 3rd 2009 - 20:00 CEST
T-Mobile is introducing a special offer for all mobile gaming fans. Throughout April they can purchase a number of blockbuster games at up to 50% discount. This offer applies to mobile games from Gameloft. A complete list of games is available at t-zones under the Games/Up to 50% discount section. Mobile gamers can choose from a wide range of mobile games, as Gameloft games account for approximately one third of T-Mobile's game portfolio. In addition, Gameloft won the prestigious "Best Developer of 2008" award, so its games will surely satisfy even the most demanding gaming fans. The offer includes action games, games based on films and TV shows, adventures, strategy games and racing simulators.
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