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E3 2014: EA reveals concept art of Mirrors Edge 2

Electronic Arts has revealed the concept art of Mirrors Edge 2 before its official announcement at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event. The concept art has revealed the main character Faith ready to run in the unnamed futuristic city. Several leaks have mentioned that Mirrors Edge 2 will have an open world feature and users will require to be online during ...

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Mortal Kombat X gameplay on PS4 revealed [Video]

The gameplay trailer of Mortal Kombat X was revealed at during the announcement at Sony E3 press conference and will be released in 2015. Mortal Kombat X is set to include two new characters who are seen fighting on the dock. The new female entrant has bugs and insects flying around her while the second new character is a hulk-like ...

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E3 2014: DeepSilver unveils Dead Island 2 at Sony press conference

DeepSilver has announced Dead Island 2, the sequel to Dead island at Sony’s E3 press conference and will be released in spring 2015. Dead Island will include “seamless” multiplayer feature for upto eight players to interact, battle and co-exist for a completely next-gen multiplayer experience. Users can battle out new races like the action-based Berserker to the stealth Hunter. Dead ...

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E3 2014: SteelSeries announces Stratus XL eye tracker

Just a day before E3 extravaganza, SteelSeries announced the Sentry eye tracker which would allow users to play games by tracking eye movements and will be available by the end of the year. Sentry utlizes the technology from Tobii that tracks eye movements when faced towards the computer screen. The technology will provide a split-second advantage to Sentry eye users ...

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E3 battleground set for Sony and Microsoft

As the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will kick off in Los Angeles on Tuesday, the big gaming players in the market Microsoft and Sony will fight for their superiority over gaming consoles and these companies could launch some blockbuster games during the press event on Monday. As Sony is grooving with its PlayStation 4 and Microsoft increasing market-share with its Xbox ...

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Tetris turns 30; to be launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4

Most popular and the Guinness Records holder game Tetris turns 30 today as it was launched in 1984 in Russia. And to mark the victory celebration, Tetris is partnering with Ubisoft to launch the new multiplayer version of game Tetris Ultimate on Microsoft’s latest Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming consoles soon. Alexey Pajitnov of Soviet Academy of Sciences developed the ...

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Play Battlefield 4 today for free on PS3 for 20 hours

Sony’s PlayStation Plus members in North America can play the Battlefield 4 trial on PlayStation 3 for a total of 20 hours from today, i.e., on May 27. Currently is the trial is available to US PlayStation Plus members and Sony hasn’t announced if the game would be made available to other countries. Plus members usually are given one hour ...

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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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