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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet might soon be upon us

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet might soon be upon us

The stars might be aligning and a new NVIDIA SHIELD device might soon be revealed, but this could be a rather strange beast. Based on a recent certification entry from the Global Certification Forume (GCF) and a recent sighting on NVIDIA's own website, the chipmaker's next SHIELD gaming machine won't be a handheld like before but will be a mid-sized Android tablet instead.

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Advanced Warfare making-of video shows top-dollar development

Advanced Warfare making-of video shows top-dollar development

Behind the scenes videos with the folks creating the Call of Duty series are always interesting to behold, even if you’re not a player of the games themselves. This is because Activision, and now SledgeHammer Games, are all about showing as much as they possibly can before a game release. In this case, this means seeing actors being captured in as much detail as possible - body and face included.

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Mad Catz MOJO gaming console rolls with OUYA and 4K

Mad Catz MOJO gaming console rolls with OUYA and 4K

As promised earlier this year, Mad Catz MOJO gaming console has been updated to include the OUYA gaming environment. This essentially means you can now download and open the OUYA app, gaining access to their wide variety of odd games developed specifically for their console. The OUYA gaming environment has been opened by the OUYA team in order to gain greater acceptance of the platform and their own OUYA hardware, a system very similar to the Mad Catz MOJO.

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Ouya testing all-access subscription mode

Ouya testing all-access subscription mode

Ouya, which has a dedicated following of core gaming enthusiasts, wants the rest of us to get involved, too. To that end, the company is introducing a new program designed to give unfettered access to their entire catalog of games. there are restrictions, but it promises to entice a lot of users to think again about Ouya should it get past the beta stage.

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Thousands of Steam codes revoked after digital theft

Thousands of Steam codes revoked after digital theft

A wave of thefts has occurred with the game Sniper Elite 3, one that’s prompted Steam to revoke a whopping 7,050 game keys. Having been stolen earlier this year through an unnamed game distributor, Sniper Elite 3 was then sent off to multiple reputable gaming sales sites. Unbeknownst to thousands of purchasers therein, the game has had all access cut off.

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