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Sunny in Philadelphia mobile game revealed with Charlie-esque note

Sunny in Philadelphia mobile game revealed with Charlie-esque note

The game "Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile" is real, and it's happening imminently. This game isn't going to be like the mobile game the gang plays in the episode "Charlie Rules the World", but it'll still be radical. According to the first text release about this game, it'll have users "team up with The Gang: Mac, Dennis, Charlie, Dee and Frank, in their favorite gags, storylines, and iconic moments from the series, indulging in new and ridiculous money-making schemes to tap and unlock their way to more schemes and collect fan-favorite characters."

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What was the first video game you ever played?

What was the first video game you ever played?

Around the world, there are millions of us who count gaming as our favorite pastime. Many of us have played hundreds or thousands of games over the years, but few are quite as important as the game that started it all; the game that introduced us to this wonderful, expensive hobby. I want to know: What was that introductory title for you? What was the first video game you ever played?

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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV GeForce NOW gets personal PC game streaming

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV GeForce NOW gets personal PC game streaming

The Android TV-based smart television device NVIDIA SHIELD TV will soon have a mighty power. The folks at NVIDIA revealed this week that they'll be releasing GeForce NOW to the public with a new feature: personal game streaming. In the past, the GeForce NOW platform allowed NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device owners to play AAA games streamed from NVIDIA's own servers. Now that restriction is about to be lifted, and games will be stream-friendly from one's own home PC.

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I am so bad at Mario Tennis Aces (but I still kind of love it)

I am so bad at Mario Tennis Aces (but I still kind of love it)

For the moment, Mario Tennis Aces is the Nintendo Switch game to be playing (at least until Octopath Traveler releases later this week). Mario sports titles have always been an interesting little offshoot of the main Super Mario series - at first blush, you wonder why you'd waste your time playing a sports game featuring the cast of Mario, but once you actually sit down and really get familiar with them, their often deep systems become addicting. It should be little surprise, then, that Mario Tennis Aces has a lot of people hooked.

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Fortnite Season 5 release date confirmed in new teaser

Fortnite Season 5 release date confirmed in new teaser

If you've been slacking on finishing your challenges for Fortnite season 4, you better get to work. Epic has revealed when season 5 will begin, and the start date is right around the corner. If you've yet to unlock season 4's Omega skin, then, you've only got a few days left to do so.

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Monster Hunter: World PC release date and specifications revealed

Monster Hunter: World PC release date and specifications revealed

It's safe to say that Monster Hunter: World quickly became a sensation when it launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 early in the year. Fans were definitely excited for Monster Hunter's return to consoles, and it didn't take long for Monster Hunter: World to gather up an impressive collection of glowing reviews and become the best-selling game in Capcom's history. All the while, though, PC players were left on the outside looking in.

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Anstream will stream retro games so you won’t have to pirate

Anstream will stream retro games so you won’t have to pirate

Streaming might be the inevitable future of gaming but, as it stands now, there are still a lot of missing pieces for it to really work. It turns out, however, that there might actually be a perfect use case for it. At least that is what the new Antstream game streaming service is banking on. Instead of streaming popular and recent titles, Antstream will instead provide access to over a thousand games you can no longer buy or play. That is, those long “out of print” retro games.

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McLaren eSports program tests drivers with PC simulators and mobile games

McLaren eSports program tests drivers with PC simulators and mobile games

While professional soccer and basketball teams getting involved in eSports is nothing new, McLaren's racing division is leading the automotive world's investment in pro gaming. The carmaker has announced a new expansion to its "Shadow Project" eSports program, which is touted as a "search for the brightest and the best racing talent in eSports."

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Warframe port on its way to Nintendo Switch

Warframe port on its way to Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's Switch console continues to be successful in attracting a wide range of indie games and big-name titles from other platforms, and now it's landed another port of the latter. Warframe, the popular sci-fi third-person shooter, is coming to the Switch. The announcement was made by the game's developer and publisher Digital Extremes at this weekend's TennoCon, an expo dedicated to the fan community.

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Fortnite mystery anchor appears stoking Season 5 map rumors

Fortnite mystery anchor appears stoking Season 5 map rumors

Following the recent rocket launch event in Fortnite, gamers are seeing a number of in-game changes, including new rifts and glowing circles. One of the latest changes is the sudden presence of a big rusty anchor, stoking rumors about an upcoming map refresh that may introduce a historic environment in the place of (or in addition to) the existing island.

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TwitchCon 2018 online ticket sales start, on-site prices revealed

TwitchCon 2018 online ticket sales start, on-site prices revealed

Tickets for TwitchCon 2018 are now available to purchase. The company launched sales today for the event that starts October 26 in California. Sales are offered online through the TwitchCon website, where multiple options are provided. Those interested in keeping costs down can get single ticket starting at $89 USD, but there's also a three-day pass available at a discount over the on-site rate.

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Octopath Traveler could be the Square Enix RPG I’ve been waiting for

Octopath Traveler could be the Square Enix RPG I’ve been waiting for

A few months before the Nintendo Switch launched, Square Enix started advertising a beautiful looking game it called Project Octopath Traveler. It's safe to assume that many were reminded of Square's 16-bit RPGs from the 1990s, such as Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI, based on Octopath Traveler's looks alone. Fast forward to today and Octopath Traveler is nearly here, dropping the "Project" from its name and promising a JRPG experience quite different from the games we remember from those simpler times.

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