Monthly Archives: May 2011

Zyngas new (Core?-)Game presented %96 Empires and Allies

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18CHmpdEqYE&feature=player_embedded Quote: Zynga, the San Francisco-based social gaming juggernaut, on Tuesday released its latest title, Empires & Allies, a combat strategy version of toy soldiers adapted for the Facebook generation. The title, developed by Zynga’s 1-year-old game studio near

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All PSN Features will be online within this week

Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation Network will be fully restored by the end of this week in America, Europe and Asia, although not in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea. Although some services had already resumed earlier in the

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Perfect World acquires Cryptic Studios

Chinese online game developer and operator Perfect World has announced its acquisition of Champions Online and Star Trek Online developer Cryptic Studios from Atari. (…)Perfect World will be paying approximately €35 million to purchase the company from Atari, who are

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EVE Online gets paid vanity items

developer CCP Games has announced plans to sell cosmetic “vanity” items for real money in the pew-pew spaceships MMO. Pretty items such as “clothes and accessories for your character, custom paint jobs or logo placement on your ships or a

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Infos on Modern Warfare 3 own Social Network

Activision announced Call of Duty: Elite, a dedicated social experience for players of the long-running and extremely popular video game franchise. (…)The service will be initially available this summer to limited numbers of Call of Duty: Black Ops players in

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APB Reloaded Open Beta successful %96 24.000 concurrent Players

It’s been a week since APB: Reloaded started open beta on May 23th, and the beta “has been a smashing success so far”, says the GamersFirst. According to the latest dev blog, APB: Reloaded just hit the 24,000 peak concurrent

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Google bans Emulators in Android Marketplace

Google has removed a batch of console emulators that let Android users play classic video games from older consoles, like the Super Nintendo (SNES), from the Android Marketplace. The move is another slap in the face of Google’s budding gaming

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Modern Warfare 3 will feature a paid premium Multiplayer Service

Activision Blizzard Inc. plans to launch an online service called Call of Duty Elite this fall that will work with the next major edition of the game, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3,” and future installments of the hyper-realistic combat-simulation

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Amazon about to hire Game Designers %96 new big Player in Social Gaming?

Amazon itself might be looking at trying to become another Zynga. According to Inside Social Games, the company has posted a job listing looking for a “Senior Game Designer.” This job’s description details Amazon’s desire to “focus on social games

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New Nintendo Console presented at E3

Project Café is Nintendo’s codename for their new console. Nintendo is definitely the company that needs a new console the most. In an age of high-definition and third-generation consoles, the Wii just doesn’t cut it anymore. “We will show a

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