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MOGA to launch Ace Power, an iPhone gaming controller

iPhone to get the gaming controller from MOGA, which would work seamlessly with the smartphone with games deigned around the game controller framework. Once again, @evleaks Twitter account of gadgets leak has leaked the photo of MOGA’s controller termed as MOGA Ace Power, which would also come with a 1800mAh battery for additional power backup for the device. Ace Power ...

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Logitech to launch iPhone gaming controller – Powershell

Logitech will be releasing their official gaming controller/dock for iPhone in any day and the device will be called as Powershell. The most popular gadgets leak Twitter account @evleaks has first posted a photo of Logitech’s gaming controller for iPhone on October 1st but didn’t revealed the name. And yesterday on 26th October, it has revealed the name – Powershell ...

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Deal between Bluestacks and Big Fish to bring Android games to PC

A deal between Bluestacks and Big Fish, a software company and game producer company would bring Android games to PC and Mac users. Big Fish’s e-commerce API with the support of Bluestacks would now be utilized by Android developers who are involved in creating games. This will enable Android games to be compatible on PC and Macs which would be ...

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Microsoft says ‘Games with Gold’ is turned to permanent service for Xbox Live subscribers

Microsoft announced in Xbox wire blog that its attractive program that provides two free games a month for Xbox Live gold members as a permanent ongoing online service henceforth. Launched at E3 earlier in 2013 after the Sony’s announcement of paid Playstation Plus program, Xbox’s Games with Gold limited-time program was supposed to end on this December-end, but now extended indefinitely. ...

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Limited edition Nintendo 3DS XL to be launched in Australia

Just a week back Nintendo had released its new 2DS console which is almost similar to 3DS console. Now, Australians would be able to grab a limited-edition glossy Triforce 3DS XL along with the Legend of Zelda:  A Link Between Worlds, slated for release next month. Nintendo fans who do not own an 3DS are exited for the release as the ...

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New Nvidia G-sync technology to fix various issues

A new technology G-sync launched by Nvidia claims to fix various issues like screen tearing, stutter and increase performance by reducing lag in PC games. The technology would be rolled to Asus, Benq, Philips and Viewsonic the main players in gaming monitors. G-sync has included a technology where the scaler is modified which provides direct access to the GPU allowing ...

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Official UK Online Store launched by Nintendo

The official online store of Nintendo is now live and is open for taking orders. The store is directly connected to the company and excellent customer service is guaranteed by the company. Complete range of current Nintendo games would be available in their store with limited editions which would be found exclusively on their site. Complete range of Gaming and ...

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Nintendo 2DS handheld console available for $129 – All features of 3DS except 3D view

Nintendo has unveiled a new handheld gaming console Nintendo 2DS for just $129.99, which has got everything from 3DS of $169.99 – except the 3D viewing. As many gamers are waiting for the release date of Sony’s Playstation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One’s release in next month this introduction of a handheld gaming console by Nintendo can play some hands ...

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GTA V users to receive $500k ‘stimulus package’ from Rockstar

In a move to calm down online players of Grand Theft Auto V for gameplay issues, Rockstar games has planned to give its $500,000 as in-game currency. After the recent update from Rockstar for gameplay issues, the “stimulus package” is for online users who faced technical problems while using the game’s online mode. “For players who exeprienced cloud server errors, ...

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