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  • Blog Post: More Hints At Apple Joining Virtual Reality Race: Company Hires VR Researcher

    Technology giant Apple already has already made some virtual reality related moves, like filing patents and acquiring technology. The company’s latest hire also points in the direction of developing VR that might compete with the likes of Samsung, Sony, HTC, and Oculus. According to Financial Times... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Allowed A Fake Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2 App To Be Sold For More Than Two Weeks

    Earlier today, Apple App Store users noticed that the long-awaited, unannounced, probably not even in development sequel to Minecraft is now available. Yes, we were surprised, too. So was Mojang. Before you rush off to download Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2, there are two things you should know. First... More
  • Blog Post: Lara Croft Go Awarded Game Of The Year Honors By Apple

    Apple has named its top 25 games and apps of the year, with a familiar face taking top honors on the entertainment side. Lara Croft Go, Square Enix’s puzzle-focused Tomb Raider adventure, has been given the crown for 2015. Lara Croft Go also walked away with the mobile/handheld award at last week’s... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Prefer Console Or Handheld?

    As technology moves forward, the gap between handheld and console gaming is getting smaller. Which one do you prefer? Obviously, some experiences will only be available on console, and those are great, but on the occasion where the two versions of a game are similar, which has your preference? In those... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Has No Plans To Make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS 9 Compatible

    Released last year on iOS devices, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is not compatible with iOS 9, and Capcom has no plans to update the game. News of the game's non-compatibility comes from its iTunes product description page , which you can see screen capped below. It reads, "This application is... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Would Sell You On An Apple TV?

    Earlier today, Apple dipped its toe in the living room gaming waters, announcing the next model of its Apple TV . The system comes with a touch- and motion-enabled remote, voice recognition, and support for third-party controllers . With Ouya, Nvidia, MadCatz, Razer, and others having already made a... More
  • Blog Post: The Next Apple TV Supports Third-Party iOS Controllers

    Apple recently made a big deal about the game functionality of its newest Apple TV, but buried under the fine print on the company's website is one intriguing new detail that Apple didn’t touch on in its presentation. The that new Apple TV will support MFi (Made for iOS) video game controllers... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Unveils iPhone 6S And 6S Plus With 3D Touch

    Apple just announced the next versions of its best-selling smartphones, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and the company's newest phone innovation (slightly) changes the way you can use multi-touch. Want a quick rundown? Here are main details you need to know about the new iPhone 6S: The iPhone 6S introduces... More
  • Blog Post: Apple TV Increases Game Support With Touch And Motion-Based Remote

    Earlier in the week, we shared a report that Apple was finally giving gaming in the living room a solid push . While the new Apple TV is certainly a step toward that, the result is more Wii than Xbox or PlayStation. The Apple TV will support a variety of apps and voice control with Siri. It also comes... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Debuts Giant-Sized iPad Pro For $799

    Apple has just revealed a bigger iPad for those of us who want to cuddle up with a big screen before bed. The new device will be available for $799 starting in November. Here are some of the main talking points for the new iPad Pro: The iPad Pro features a 12.9-inch display with 5.6 million pixels in... More
  • Blog Post: Report: The Next Version Of Apple TV Will Have A Gaming Focus

    For the past week, there have been rumors that Apple is finally going to be making a move on the living room gaming market. Those murmurings are further strengthened today by a new report. The New York Times reports that Apple will be putting gaming front and center for its next set-top device, Apple... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: New Apple TV Takes Aim At Home Gaming

    Enthusiast site 9to5Mac reports that sources with knowledge of the product have told them that the new fourth-generation Apple TV is looking to compete in the TV gaming world, which would put it into more active competition against the likes of Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation systems... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Birds 2 Was Downloaded One Million Times In Half A Day

    Angry Birds 2 released on Thursday, and within 12 hours, the game had already been downloaded one million times. It's completely free-to-play this time around, adopting the standard model of forcing players to wait to play more if they use up their continues. It also has a ridiculous number of levels... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Removing Games Featuring Confederate Flag Regardless Of Context

    On June 17, a gunman walked into a church in Charleston, South Carolina, and murdered nine individuals. A man by the name of Dylann Roof admitted to perpetrating the act as an attempt to start a race war. In the days since the attack, politicians have rallied against the Confederate flag flying over... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Announces Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter For iOS

    Capcom is bringing a licensed Ghostbusters puzzle and card game to iOS. Capcom hasn't exactly keeping it a secret. It was asking for interested players to take a survey about the game earlier this month. On Capcom Unity's website where it announced the game, you will find the brief description... More
  • Blog Post: Wayforward Announces Apple Watch Exclusive Watch Quest

    Wayforward is getting in on the Apple Watch video game platform early with Watch Quest. The game uses the Apple Watch's screen as well as the iPhone for gameplay. The players' kingdom is housed on the iPhone while the bulk of the action happens on the Apple Watch's screen where you battle... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Seeking Beta Testers For Ghostbusters Mobile Game

    Capcom has a mobile Ghostbusters game in the works and it is currently seeking beta testers. If you head over to Capcom's Unity website , you can take a survey in order to sign yourself up for the mysterious beta. The questions of the survey don't reveal or even hint at what the game is, how... More
  • Blog Post: Apple's Watch Release Date, Price, And Features Revealed

    Apple has previously announced its new venture into wearable tech, but now we have all the details. At today's press conference, Apple answered most of the big remaining questions such as "How much does it cost?" and "When will it be out?". The Watch will come in three different... More
  • Blog Post: HBO Reveals New Internet-Only HBO Go Subscription

    HBO CEO Richard Plepler appeared onstage at Apple's press conference to announce HBO Now, which brings HBO Go to anyone with an Internet connection. The service is set to launch on Apple TV, iOS devices, and PCs in early April (it will be ready for the Game of Thrones premier on April 12 for sure... More
  • Blog Post: Apple Creates New ‘Pay Once And Play’ App Store Category Free Of F2P Games

    Free-to-play games and in-app purchases have been a point of contention for years now. With accusations of deceptive advertising and children racking up hefty credit card bills , the spotlight has shone brightly on problems with mobile app stores. Apple has taken steps recently to address some of these... More
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