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Qualcomm Snapdragon GamePack explodes with new games

Qualcomm Snapdragon GamePack explodes with new games

The development team at Qualcomm are happy to announce the expansion of their Snapdragon GamePack through the Snapdragon GameCommand app and interface, four new high-profile games spewing forth from the fountain of abundance today. To find out more about GameCommand before you dive in here, head back to our original hands-on with the app from its launch week all the way back at CES 2012. That said, Qualcomm is glad to show of The Reem, Reign of Amira, The Ball, and Virtua Tennis Challenge for release this week!

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Sony PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards nominees announced

Sony PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards nominees announced

There was a little awards show in Hollywood last night, but no one really cares about that, right? We all know that Sony's PSN Gamers' Choice Awards are much more exciting. Beginning tomorrow, users will be able to log into the PlayStation Store and cast their votes for their favorite downloadable PS3 and PSP games. As a reward, gamers who vote will receive an exclusive XMB theme for their console.

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Angry Birds Magic brings Rovio’s Game into NFC Reality

Angry Birds Magic brings Rovio’s Game into NFC Reality

If there's one formula that's worked for Rovio thus far with their Angry Birds game series, it's the promise of extra levels. Rovio's newest effort in spreading the love is a new Angry Birds game called Angry Birds Magic. Angry Birds will soon have a feature in which when you tap your NFC-enabled phone to a friend's NFC-enabled phone, you'll unlock several new levels. This feature was revealed to at WIMA 2011 at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco - tap unto the future!

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Dungeon Defenders Updates to 4.0

Dungeon Defenders Updates to 4.0

Trendy Entertainment's popular Dungeon Defenders is getting an update but their 3.0 version was rejected by Apple last week. And since their Android version update was hinging on the release of their iOS version update being approved, they've decided to push everything back for a feature packed 4.0 update likely to surface next week.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops was Reportedly the Most Pirated Game in 2010

Call of Duty: Black Ops was Reportedly the Most Pirated Game in 2010

While publisher Activision and developer Treyarch are busy dealing with a bunch of angry customers on Sony's PlayStation 3 video game console, it looks like a lot more than a few individuals out there decided that, instead of buying the game, they'd rather download it from the Internet. Not that that slowed down the sales of the game at all, considering it managed to amass $1 billion in the short time it has been out in global sales. But, with the numbers we're seeing here, it's almost staggering to think how much bigger it could have been.

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Pandora open-source games console gets design refresh, 3G compatibility

Pandora open-source games console gets design refresh, 3G compatibility

The Pandora open-source gaming project have released new renders showing their updated casing designs, including a different keyboard - with non-final fonts, thankfully - and some tweaked key locations.  Perhaps more excitingly, a member of the software team has got the OS working with a 3G USB modem, meaning the Pandora can be taken outside of WiFi range but still get online.

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LivePlace renders virtual city ‘in the cloud’

LivePlace renders virtual city ‘in the cloud’

If you visited LivePlace.com yesterday, you would have seen a video up that portrayed a virtual city called City Space that looked almost real. Now, this is nothing new for movie-style graphics, but it's definitely new for online gaming. Apparently the domain is owned by Brad Greenspan, co-founder of MySpace.com and the video portrays a game running on OTOY, a 3D graphics engine that renders "in the cloud."

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Google Project Tango teardown exposes 3D camera secrets

Google Project Tango teardown exposes 3D camera secrets

Google's Project Tango 3D mapping phones are in short supply - only around 200 out in the wild for developers to try - but that hasn't stopped a teardown on the camera-smothered prototype to reveal its hardware magic. A non-functioning unit was loaned to iFixit to suffer its screwdrivers, exposing the various lenses which Google relies upon to create real-time 3D renders of the environment around it.

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