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Xbox One Moves Over 100,000 Units During Launch In China

Opinion: Xbox One Moves Over 100,000 Units During Launch In China

Photo Credit: Xbox China Weiblo Microsoft’s Xbox One is the first console to hit China in 14 years since the console ban (the last console to slip in was Sony’s PlayStation ...
Atari 2600 Excavation Findings To Go Into Auction and Museum Collections

Atari 2600 Excavation Findings To Go Into Auction and Museum Collections

The uncovered horde of the legendarily atrocious Atari 2600 game E.T—among other Atari titles from the period—will find homes in either private collections or institutions. RELATED: ...
Google To Refund At Least $19 Million In Unauthorized In-App Purchases Settlement

Google To Refund At Least $19 Million In Unauthorized In-App Purchases Settlement

Parents who had to deal with mounting Google Play charges due to their children making purchases have gotten some relief. Google will refund at the minimum $19 million in a settlement. RELATED: Google ...
It's Amazon and Not Google Who Will Pick Up Twitch

It’s Amazon and Not Google Who Will Pick Up Twitch

After a good deal of speculation that Google would scoop up gaming live streaming service Twitch, it turns out that Amazon has acquired the company in deal a several million shy of ...
Activision To Revive Iconic Studio Sierra As Publisher For Indie Developers

Activision To Revive Iconic Studio Sierra As Publisher For Indie Developers

At the Gamescom conference, Activision Blizzard announced its plans to revive Sierra Entertainment. The return will see Sierra come back as a publishing brand instead of the dual role ...
Google Doing Away With "Free" Label On Apps With In-App Purchases In European Market

Google Doing Away With “Free” Label On Apps With In-App Purchases In European Market

With Amazon deciding to try its luck against the Federal Trade Commission on the subject of in-app purchases, Google is making steps to dodge similar bullets. The company will be removing ...
EA Supposedly Plans To Bring Titles To Comcast X1

EA Supposedly Plans To Bring Titles To Comcast X1

Electronic Arts and Comcast are said to be in talks about developing a streaming games platform. It’s unknown if this would be an implementation of the Origin platform of EA titles ...
Ouya To Make Free-To-Try Optional In April

Ouya To Make Free-To-Try Optional In April

While Ouya isn’t full on ditching their free-to-try elements on all games, the company will now make it optional for developers. The announcement was made at the Game Developers ...
Amazon Buys Double Helix Games

Amazon Buys Double Helix Games

Amazon has purchased Killer Instinct (2013 version) co-developer Double Helix Games. According to TechCrunch, the California-based studio’s purchase was supposed to be announced ...
New Ouya With 16GB of Storage, Improved Controller Launches

New Ouya With 16GB of Storage, Improved Controller Launches

When the Ouya hit and then exceeded its Kickstarter goal it opened the doors for micro-consoles running on Android. With that, 2013 marked a number of Android consoles being announced ...