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Goat Simulator Review: iPhone, Android, Addiction

Goat Simulator Review: iPhone, Android, Addiction

Overnight there’s been no sleep. Not while the goat roams free. Goat Simulator has been released for iOS for iPhone/iPad/iWhatever as well as Android, and it’s glorious. We’ve taken the time to get acquainted with the first big segment and let me tell you: this game is the first on-screen controls-having Android/iOS game I’ve ever truly not minded using on-screen controls with.

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Twitch Chromecast release live today

Twitch Chromecast release live today

Televisions around the world will now be able to access Twitch in a new way. While Twitch has been available on gaming systems, Android and iOS devices connected to TVs with HDMI or Miracast, and a variety of other oddities, today things get extra Google-y. Today Twitch hits Chromecast.

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NVIDIA Game24: here’s how to watch

NVIDIA Game24: here’s how to watch

On the 18th of this month NVIDIA will be launching a 24-hour event called NVIDIA Game24. This event will have a DOTA 2 Invitational tournament, "secret training" tips from pro teams, and interviews with top gaming developers and manufacturers. There’ll be hardware give-aways as well, including custom-built rigs, graphics cards, and 4K G-SYNC monitors.

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Resident Evil Revelations 2 detailed in trailer

Resident Evil Revelations 2 detailed in trailer

The first full-length trailer has arrived for the game Resident Evil Revelations 2. This game will be rolling out with elements from Resident Evil 2, but will move on from that storyline to a new island entirely. This version will star Resident Evil 2’s Claire Redfield and Barry Burton’s daughter Moira.

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Microsoft buys Minecraft studio but promises cross-platform

Microsoft buys Minecraft studio but promises cross-platform

Microsoft is buying Minecraft developer Mojang, bringing the team behind the massively popular franchise into Microsoft Studios, and taking over the reins at the game. The deal, which is expected to close in late 2014, is worth a whopping $2.5bn, Microsoft said today; however, those players worried about what this could mean for their favorite block-building game shouldn't worry, it seems.

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Xbox One laptop mod takes console on the road

Xbox One laptop mod takes console on the road

Turning a regular console into a portable version isn't new, but Xbox One gamers seem to have been too busy playing so far to have taken the time to convert their Microsoft system into a "laptop" form factor. James "DarkUncle" Terry cooked one up back in December 2013 for a private client, and now, with the help of a couple of Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printers and a little patience, modder Ed Zarick is also coaxing the contents of an Xbox One casing into a more portable version.

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