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Woojer Ryg haptic feedback vest supports all gaming platforms

Woojer Ryg haptic feedback vest supports all gaming platforms

Company Woojer is seeking funding for Ryg, a haptic feedback vest that supports "pretty much" all gaming consoles, VR systems, PC games, and smartphones. The device adds a new layer of experience to one's gaming sessions, enabling players to feel actions in their body as they happen on the screen. This can include, for example, feeling the roar of a dinosaur rumble in one's chest.

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Fortnite’s Guided Missile has been disabled again

Fortnite’s Guided Missile has been disabled again

Any Fortnite victories you plan on claiming this weekend will need to be secured without one of the game's more powerful weapons. Epic just announced that it has disabled the Guided Missile for the time being, citing some sort of issue with the weapon. At the moment, we don't know when the Guided Missile will return to the game.

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Xbox One October update: Alexa, Dolby Vision, new Avatars

Xbox One October update: Alexa, Dolby Vision, new Avatars

Unlike smartphones or even PCs, gaming consoles are something you buy once every 5 or so years and almost never upgrade. Their value comes primarily from the new games that arrive annually and the updates that extend the device’s functionality way beyond the original release. Often without having to buy a new part or peripheral. One such update lands for the Xbox One this month that, among other things, make it seem like you can talk to your console even if you’re actually talking to your speaker instead.

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Xiaomi Black Shark 2 might go global

Xiaomi Black Shark 2 might go global

Sharks are coming, the black kind even. And they’re coming to take a bite out of the rather small pie known as the gaming smartphone market. Xiaomi-backed Black Shark launched a gaming smartphone not so long ago but was easily upstaged by the ASUS ROG Phone and even the older Razer Phone. Part of that may have been its limited availability. That might change soon if this new global landing page means that the Black Shark phone, or even the Black Shark 2, will be available worldwide soon.

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Pokemon GO AR+ comes to Android, requires ARCore

Pokemon GO AR+ comes to Android, requires ARCore

Some might contest branding Pokemon GO as an augmented reality game. Yes, it does use your real-world location and, at least, can at least use streets and building structures in maps. But the Pokemon themselves look more like stickers superimposed on the real world when you enable AR mode. Pokemon GO’s AR+ mode took care of that last year and it’s now finally available for Android smartphones. Provided yours is one of the few dozen that supports the ARCore framework.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo has detailed a new batch of games heading to the eShop over the next week, and it seems we've got a fairly packed release schedule on our hands. This week, however, the big releases aren't all reserved for the Switch. Though it's been mostly silent on the 3DS front over the past few weeks, this week the little handheld is arguably getting the biggest release.

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Minecraft for Apple TV support ends due to low demand

Minecraft for Apple TV support ends due to low demand

Microsoft has ended support for Minecraft on Apple TV, the news having quietly been provided to device owners last month. The change only recently caught the public attention, revealing that Microsoft will no longer support or update the Apple TV version of Minecraft. However, the game does remain playable on the system, and there's a limited refund option.

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Fortnite is now available to all Android players

Fortnite is now available to all Android players

It's been a long time coming, but beginning today, you can play Fortnite on Android without an invite to the beta. Fortnite fans who have been looking forward to the mobile release have been waiting for this day for a while, but unfortunately had to sit through a few different exclusivity periods before this launch. Unfortunately, even though Fortnite is now available to the wider Android audience, you still can't get it from the Google Play Store.

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Candy Crush Friends Saga is new: Beware!

Candy Crush Friends Saga is new: Beware!

Today we're going to run down a few reasons why the new Candy Crush Friends Saga game will reel you in with its hooks and won't let go until the end of time. Inside this game is a new way to play Candy Crush, with new graphics and a newly deepened conglomeration of methods for keeping you addicted to the candy just like candy companies keep you in sugar in the real world - say goodbye to your teeth!

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Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop gets new Base, Limited models

Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop gets new Base, Limited models

The market's smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop just got fraternal twin siblings. In addition to its second generation gaming smartphone, Razer is also announcing the expansion of its Blade 15 line. Understanding that gamers have different budgets and tastes, Razer is introducing a new Razer Blade 15 Base Model for the budget conscious. The Razer Blade 15 Mercury White model, on the other hand, is for gamers who want to mask their gaming prowess behind an unassuming white matte finish.

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Razer Phone 2 official: Hands-on with the 120Hz mobile gaming hero

Razer Phone 2 official: Hands-on with the 120Hz mobile gaming hero

The recipe for the Razer Phone 2 is simple. Take the best 120 Hz screen for gaming, the latest mobile processor, and Dolby Atmos sound, then garnish with Razer Chroma lighting, water resistance, and dual cameras. Delicious, right?

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Razer Raiju Mobile gamepad and Hammerhead USB-C ANC earbuds revealed

Razer Raiju Mobile gamepad and Hammerhead USB-C ANC earbuds revealed

Razer doesn't just have the new Razer Phone 2 to impress mobile gamers, it also has a host of new accessories - including a gamepad add-on and new headphones - launching alongside the Android smartphone. The Razer Raiju Mobile controller is the most striking of the new accessories line-up, a way to add traditional controls to your shiny new phone.

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