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    Why You Should be Excited About Microsoft’s Project Scorpio

    We finally know more about Microsoft’s Project Scorpio and the big reveal is coming during E3 2017. Here are just a few of the reasons why you should be very excited.

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    The Last Of Us – Where Does It Go From Here

    It was an announcement that we all knew was going to come sooner or later, but it is still one that managed to send shockwaves through the gaming community. The Last of Us 2 is on its way, having been announced at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event near the beginning of December. So where might the game go? These are a couple of thoughts.

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  • Handsfree Player for YouTube
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    New App Gives Instant “Tap, Say & Play” Hands-Free Access to YouTube

    Handsfree Player for YouTube, a new free app with a smart voice search engine that gives users hands-free access to all of YouTube, has just been released on Google Play. Just talk to the app and it instantly finds and autoplays the most relevant music track or video.

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    The Nintendo NES Mini Misses One, Crucial Point

    The Nintendo NES Mini stands a great chance of being the best seller Nintendo needs. Yet it still misses the mark in a classically Nintendo way.

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    Pokemon Go May Reveal Nintendo’s Future Plans

    Pokémon Go is a big hit for Nintendo. But the game reveals a startling realit for Nintendo’s future in gaming.

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  • Detroit: Being Human may hit just the right notes.
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    “Detroit: Become Human” May Surpass “Mass Effect”

    “Detroit: Become Human” places players in a very familiar setting. Robots are starting to gain awareness. But it’s the player choice element that may help this game give the “Mass Effect” series a run for its money.

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    PlayStation 4.5: A Disaster Waiting To Happen Or Pointless Rumormongering

    No sooner had we discussed the possibility that Sony had already won this generation’s console race that news started doing the rounds that the company may be considering releasing an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 that would be more powerful than the current hardware and likely more usable with their upcoming PlayStation VR. The Wall Street Journal picked up the story pretty quickly and later details seem to point towards the console being called the ‘NEO.’

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    Internet Archive: Where old computer games go to live

    The Internet Archive’s main mission is to preserve our digital history. Part of that includes old games.

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    A Short Romp Through Haptic Feedback History

    Although virtual reality is now gaining steam, the most important change to multisensory gaming in the past 20 years has been the humble haptic feedback.

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  • No Assassins Creed in 2016
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    Why No Assassin’s Creed in 2016 is a Good Thing

    With recent news of the Assassin's Creed franchise forgoing the annual cycle for the first time since 2009, the break could exactly just be what the franchise needs to revitalize itself and be as good as it once was.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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