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Call of Duty franchises earned over $10 billion revenue for Activision

Activision has announced that the world’s most popular first-person shooter video game franchise of the decade Call of Duty has overall grossed $10 billion in revenue to its publisher. Activision’s Call of Duty series has seen 14 franchises so far, since its debut in 2003. The game rose to the fame when the company launched its most successful game Call ...

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Unity is not a traditional Assassin’s Creed game – Ubisoft

This year’s sensational game Assassin’s Creed: Unity’s director Alexandre Amancio said that this new game is not meant to be the traditional Assassin’s Creed game, and they wanted the game to be the fresh start with a large and densely packed city as part of the game’s core experience. In an interview, Alexandre Amancio said that AC Unity is the first ...

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GameStop falls short of Wall Street’s prediction in its quarterly results

GameStop Corporation, the world largest video game retailer has tumbled around 15 percentage of its predicted revenue after third-quarter fell down. The Company has disappointed from its predicted holiday profit, after the delay in the release of Assassin Creed Unity. GameStop Corporation was based in Grapevine, Texas mentioned in a statement that, delay in release of Assassin’s Creed Unity, the ...

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Early buyers of Xbox One to get Limbo for free

Limbo, the black-and-white puzzle-platformer from Polish developer PlayDead will be offered as a gift to the first-year adopter of Xbox One. Microsoft confirmed that the game was coming to Xbox One and copies were sent to a select number of Xbox users as a part of its first anniversary celebrations. Limbo is available on Xbox 360 but was not formally ...

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Microsoft Xbox One’s One Year From The Users’ Perspective

On the first anniversary of Microsoft Xbox One, gamers reveal their thoughts on the console, the features and the improvement it needs. The console launched in North America last year, faced few problems during its release, but emerged as a worthy competitor to Sony’s PlayStation 4. Nikolaskp describes that his console blends with the furniture in the living room decor ...

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Sony Reveals PS4 And Game Bundles For Black Friday Deals

Finally, Sony has announced the Black Friday deals on Sony Play Station 4 bundles and the company officially announced the information on its official blog. GTA 5, Last Of Us Remastered, Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham and LittleBigPlanet 3 are the games included in this years’ PS4 bundle. If you were working hard for this year, then these two bundles will ...

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Sony PlayStation Vue has a bright future, if properly marketed

Sony has announced PlayStation Vue, a cloud-based streaming service for consoles and other non-Sony devices in the US. Initially, the service will be available to PlayStation Plus members in New York, US and will be expanded to other cities like Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. Analysts and experts believe that unlike Verizon’s Redbox Instant, Sony’s cloud TV has a bright future, if ...

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Play Super Smash Bros. on TI-83 Graphing Calculator

While Nintendo is gearing up to release Super Smash Bros. for Wii U next week, the popular game is now playable on a graphing calculator. The version was created by Omnimaga forum user and can be imported to a TI-83 or TI_84 calculator via USB. The clone of the game was created for Nintendo GameCube for Z80 calculators. Users can also ...

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Hearthstone’s Android version and an Expansion to launch in December

Blizzard Entertainment has recently brought out the news about the arrival of the Android version of Hearthstone. The fans have gone bonkers over the announcement and acutely looking forward for its anticipated release. The Android users are in for a treat as they will get their favorite game on tablet screens. Blizzard announced the news at Blizzcon 2014 and it ...

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