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Elon Musk to video game devs: Help me put “super fun games” on Tesla screens – Ars Technica

Enlarge / An artist’s approximation of what an in-car Tesla game might look like. Remember, steer into the Nazis. Scrutiny over Tesla autodriving issues apparently hasn’t dissuaded the car maker’s CEO from suggesting potentially unsafe products—and for once, we don’t mean The Boring Company’s $500 flamethrowers. On Wednesday, Elon Musk …

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India is gaming's next boomtown – VentureBeat

While the gaming industry grossed over $108 billion globally in 2017, the digital gaming landscape in India was marked at $890 million which is roughly one percent of the global share. But the Indian gaming industry will develop rapidly to touch double digit growth in a year. In the recently …

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Toxic gaming culture explained by the people who study it – Boing Boing

Polygon has an amazing piece on why gaming culture and young white male gamers are so toxic. They interviewed a number of folks doing actual academic research and professional journalism on the topic, and the answers are sadly exactly what you expect. Scared racist white guys have had a lot …

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Google hires Sony PlayStation veteran amid rumored 'Yeti' gaming streaming service – 9to5Google

Virtual reality and gaming are two areas of active interest for Google with the former served by Daydream, while the company is reportedly working on a streaming service codenamed “Yeti.” A significant hire from Sony’s PlayStation division today could bolster both efforts. Nintendo Switch According to VentureBeat today, Google has …

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How Noodlecake Studios came to rule Android gaming – Android Central

The folks at Noodlecake Studios have been busy as beavers lately, helping to polish and publish outstanding games such as Suzy Cube and Alto’s Odyssey, amazing new titles for Android gamers to check out. All told, the team has helped publish well over 100 games to the Google Play Store. …

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Great moments in PC gaming: The 'ludicrous gibs' of Rise of the Triad – PC Gamer

Great moments in PC gaming are short, bite-sized celebrations of some of our favorite gaming memories.  Rise of the Triad: Dark War Developer: Apogee SoftwareYear: 1994 (shareware release) 1995 (full version) The 1990s were a good time for videogame gore. If you really wanted to see some spinal cords being …

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Asus TUF Gaming FX504 review: – CNET

Entry-level gaming laptops typically have meh keyboards, which is a problem because PC gamers are undoubtedly hard on their keyboards. Asus’ TUF FX504 puts a better keyboard in a low-end laptop. One that’s cushy for long gaming sessions and Asus says is extra durable, lasting for up to 20 million …

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One Year in, 'Fortnite' Has Completely Changed the Face of Gaming – Study Breaks

Post Views: 410 “Fortnite Battle Royale” was released in September 2017, and within the first two weeks it had logged over 10 million players. The online game, which airdrops approximately 100 players, playing solo or in teams of two or four, into an increasingly shrinking playing area, has changed the landscape …

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Cooler Master MasterBox MB500 TUF Gaming Edition – Tom's Hardware

Let’s be honest: Every enthusiast wants a PC with a cool custom, coordinated look. The problem is, most of us don’t have the time, tools or skills needed to mod our own computers. Sure you could pay someone to mod your rig, but where’s the fun in that? That’s where …

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The DeanBeat: Vacation gaming with the extended family – VentureBeat

For me, summer used to be time to spend outdoors. Big video games didn’t debut when kids like me were growing up and going outside to play. Our parents encouraged us to go outside. But now we can take our games with us anywhere, and I like nothing more than …

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