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Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer reveals Pokemon Snap throwback

Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer reveals Pokemon Snap throwback

We have yet another Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer today, unveiling even more details about the upcoming pair of games. Like most of the trailers that have come before, this trailer is revealing a handful of new Pokemon, while at the same time giving us additional information on the Alola region and showing off some new gameplay mechanics. Pokemon Snap fans may want to keep reading.

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Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer has a new gaming keyboard called the Ornata that has something new and interesting up its sleeves. The Ornata is the first keyboard in the world to use something called Mecha-membrane keyboard technology. This technology is designed to combine the most desirable traits from membrane rubber dome keyboards with the benefits of mechanical keyboard technology.

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No Mario’s Sky no more, DMCA’s sky rises

No Mario’s Sky no more, DMCA’s sky rises

Whether or not No Man’s Sky is the best game of 2016 really depends on who you ask. Most will, however, agree, that it is at least the most talked about. It’s hype even resulted in an indie title so popular that it actually landed on Nintendo’s radar and on its lawyers’ plates. And so the game formerly known as No Mario’s Sky has been taken down by the all powerful DMCA notice. And in its stead is a very similar game, just with different characters, called, what else, DMCA’s Sky.

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It’s time for Nintendo to exit the console business

It’s time for Nintendo to exit the console business

It's time for Nintendo to leave consoles in the past. I've rewritten this opening paragraph multiple times trying to figure out the right way to say that. I've written that there are few surprising things in the gaming industry these days, save for Nintendo, which remains to be a wild card of poor marketing decisions, and that Nintendo's mistakes have proven that it's software, not hardware that people are interested in. Sometimes, though, it's best just to come out and get to the point: Nintendo needs to close the curtains on its hardware business and transition to being a purely software developer.

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Telltale’s Walking Dead Season 3 gets release date, titled

Telltale’s Walking Dead Season 3 gets release date, titled

A third season of Telltale Games' award-winning The Walking Dead game was originally announced back at E3 earlier this year, but the developer has now revealed a few new details, including the release window and official title. Fans of Telltale's signature episodic-gaming and interactive narrative style have been patiently waiting to find out what happens after the end of 2013's TWD season two. Now we know we'll be rejoining our returning heroine Clementine this November.

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Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

The PC gaming specialists at Razer have been busy over the last few weeks, unveiling a plethora of new products including an iPad keyboard, accessories like mice, headphones, and cameras, and even an update to the Blade gaming laptop. But as the IFA 2016 event draws to a close in Berlin, Razer has one last announcement to make: a new tower rig called the R1 Razer Edition, built in collaboration with gaming PC-makers Maingear.

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Pokemon Go to introduce buddy system with next update

Pokemon Go to introduce buddy system with next update

While the number of active users has been on a slight decline over the last few weeks, Pokemon Go still maintains a significant user base, and remains a big hit for developer Niantic Labs. We've known for a while now about new features coming to the game in the near future, including new Pokemon and gameplay mechanics, thanks to various data-mining attempts into the app's code, but now Niantic has specifically announced an anticipated feature that will debut later this fall.

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer trailers released as beta details surface

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer trailers released as beta details surface

Activision has launched new multiplayer-centric videos for the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise, Infinite Warfare, while at the same unleashing a few details on when we can expect the multiplayer beta to take place. Just like Black Ops III before it, this beta will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 owners at first, eventually unlocking for Xbox One players at some later, undetermined point.

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Nintendo NX rumored once more to be cartridge-based console

Nintendo NX rumored once more to be cartridge-based console

The Nintendo NX rumor mill is churning once again today, and this time the whispers revolve around what kind of physical media the new console will use when it arrives next year. We've heard in the past that Nintendo may be planning to go with cartridges in the NX, and now anonymous sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal have corroborated those earlier reports.

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Pokemon GO gross revenue hits $440 million worldwide

Pokemon GO gross revenue hits $440 million worldwide

Earlier reports of the demise of Pokemon GO may have been a little premature. According to app analytics firm Sensor Tower, the game has just passed $440 million in worldwide gross revenue. Instead of comparing it to other popular mobile games, Sensor Tower has taken a different approach this time around, putting Pokemon GO's revenue up against some the summer's biggest film releases.

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Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

As of today Razer has a whole new batch of devices to share with the gaming world. In addition to a refresh on the company's two most impressive notebooks, Razer is bringing on a ManO'War 7.1, updating availability for the Firefly Cloth Mouse Mat, and they've got an update for the Stargazer Webcam, too. Just in time for PAX, Razer seems to have been chomping at the bit to dish a set of devices in black, green, and rainbow Chroma.

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Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer has given a boot to the pants of their most impressive gaming notebooks this week at PAX, coming correct with both a refreshed Razer Blade and a refreshed Razer Blade Stealth. This notebook's new features include a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor, twice as much memory as the most recent release, and increased battery life. Razer suggests that this notebook will get "up to 9 hours battery life," in fact. The look of this notebooks remains largely the same - much like the Razer Blade (without the Stealth) being announced today.

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