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Digimon Masters MMO To Lure Former Pokemon X And Y Players Into The Game By Adding Events To Make Entering The Game An Easier Experience!

Digimon Masters MMO for PC is something every MMO fan should try and the dev team wishes that too, so they're making the game more comfortable for …

Pokémon

Watch 50-plus minutes of zombie-infested H1Z1 gameplay

Two developers of <i>H1Z1</i> took to Twitch this week for the first time to show Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming zombie-filled open-world online game in action.<p>Press play above to see game designer Jimmy Whisenhunt and technical director Tom Schenck walk viewers through <i>H1Z1</i>. The game takes place 15 …

Can We Build a Gaming PC on a Console Budget?

There's no debating that a souped-up gaming PC will outperform an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 any day of the week, but it'll also cost you a lot more at checkout. However, what about a gaming PC that isn't top of the line, say, one that was built for $550?<p>This is the question we put to the test: …

Rust: The Terrifying Minecraft + DayZ Open World Survival Sim

A harrowing hostage situation is just scratching the surface.<p>“Is that you running around outside?”<p>It wasn’t. We both knew I’d made a mistake. In …

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Wants To Bloody Your Nose

Merry Bloody Christmas.<p>It’s fitting that an opportunity to spend time with Tecmo Koei’s latest Ninja Gaiden title should arise in December, a month …

Virtual reality device lets you feel the weight of in-game objects

A virtual reality device called Reactive Grip allows users to feel virtual objects through a combination of software and hardware, Mashable reports.<p>Reactive Grip is the work of Tactical Haptics, a company that specializes in commercializing haptic technology. The controller works with the help of a …

Violinist pays tribute to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Taylor Davis, a violinist well-known for her musical renditions of famous video game tracks, released a new video featuring the "Song of Time" and "Song of Storms" from <i>The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time</i>.<p>Davis performs in full costume in the video above. "Song of Time" and "Song of Storms" are two …

We’re finally getting that open-world The Lord of the Rings game we’ve dreamed about

<i>Game Informer</i> has shown off the national gaming-magazine’s cover for its December issue, and it’s sure to get Tolkien fans in a tizzy. This is our first look at Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, an open-world action game for current and next-gen consoles.<p>Shadow of Mordor takes place between the …

Xbox One includes system-wide SkyDrive integration

As Microsoft edges closer to its Xbox One release on November 22nd the company is starting to detail some of the built-in apps available on the console. While the Xbox 360 includes access to a SkyDrive application, the Xbox One’s support goes a little further. Microsoft is integrating its cloud …

Microsoft

EB Games implements 'Fast Pass' system for Xbox One launch

As part of its array of midnight launch events for Xbox One, EB Games will have a priority queue for people picking up their fully paid consoles.<p><b>EB</b> …

Here's how we'll play, pay, talk and more with the PS4 (update)

The PlayStation 4's user interface looks more like something you'd find on Facebook than on a next-gen gaming system. And there's nothing wrong with that.<p>Gone is the PlayStation 3's iconic cross-media bar, replaced now by an amorphous "dynamic" menu that evolves to reflect your and your friends' …

Square Enix wants to revolutionize cloud gaming with Project Flare (interview)

When Square Enix announced Project Flare last week, the Japanese company said it would revolutionize gaming through smart use of the cloud.<p>Call it “cloud gaming 2.0.” It certainly isn’t what OnLive and Gaikai tried to do by streaming games from the Internet to a person’s compatible machine. Rather, …