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Sony set to bring PlayStation to China in joint venture

Sony (Sony Corp Ord/SNE) has signed two joint ventures with Shanghai Oriental Pearl that would allow the companies to manufacture and market PlayStation consoles. Sony will receive 70 percent share and Shanghai Oriental Pearl will have 49 percent stake and the ventures will be set up in Shanghai’s free trade zone. According to the documents files with the Shanghai Stock ...

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Samsung rumored to launch virtual reality headset

Samsung is rumored to be working on a stand-alone smartwatch and virtual reality headset similar to Oculus VR and is expected to be launched soon. Samsung’s virtual reality headset will have two OLED screens similar to the Facebook’s Oculus Rift for immersive Android experience and would connect with Samsung Tablets  and smartphones. Samsung is likely to partner with carriers in ...

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Steam In-Home streaming comes out of beta, available for all

Valve’s Steam users can now stream games to any two PC’s on the same network and can stream games from different operating systems, as the company brought In-Home streaming feature out of beta to all users. The program which was on public beta since November was announced as an open service in a blog post in Steam’s website. The PC’s will ...

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ZeniMax Media sues Oculus VR and its co-founder over patent disputes

As Oculus VR is enjoying its feast provided via Facebook’s $2 billion acquisition, it seems the company as well as it’s co-founder has a lawsuit coming on their way. Both Oculus VR and it’s co-founder Palmer Luckey are sued by the firm’s CTO John Carmack’s former employer id Software (owned by ZeniMax Media). In an official announcement, ZeniMax said that it ...

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Google’s YouTube reportedly in talks to acquire Twitch.tv for over $1 billion

Gaming and video streaming website Twitch has been acquired by Google-owned YouTube for more than $1 billion after buyout offers from several companies, according to a source close to the deal. The details would be officially announced shortly as the companies are in the final stage of talks regarding the acquisition, according to Variety. A source familiar with the deal ...

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Sony’s PS4 continues to remain in the top beating Xbox One

Earlier this week when Microsoft announced to sell Xbox One without Kinect and to slash the price of the unit to $399, many of us knew about the real game behind the scenes, and now Sony’s PS4 proved to be the highest seller compared to Microsoft’s console. According to a market research firm NPD Group, Sony’s PlayStation 4 remains as the top-selling ...

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Microsoft set to launch Halo 5 ‘Guardians’ and Halo TV series in 2015

Microsoft’s exciting news flashing on launch of the sequel to the original Halo game, “Halo 5: Guardians” for the Xbox One and “Halo” television series has thrilled many gamers across the world. Microsoft is going to release its video game sequel produced by the Steven Spielberg in fall 2015. The game is a new addition to the Sci-Fi shooter series starring super-solider ...

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With highest Watch Dogs pre-orders, Ubisoft will launch Far Cry 4 in November

Ubisoft, which recently released the Watch Dogs game for latest gaming consoles, has now officially confirmed the new franchise for its Far Cry series Far Cry 4 during the earnings report for the year ended March 31. Last year, Ubisoft said that it would consider developing the next version of the popular action game. Now, the company has announced that the game will ...

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Sony claims Watch Dogs on PS4 is the game with best graphics on any consoles

According to Sony’s official PlayStation website, Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs will run at 1080p and 60 frames per second on the PlayStation 4 and the company has claimed that it’s the game with world’s best-ever graphics on any consoles. Ubisoft has not yet disclosed the technical details of it vigilante simulator game, Watch Dogs and Sony’s website claims that you can ...

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