Pokémon Go is breaking through to popular culture in a way few video games have, so much so that it’s surpassed Donald Trump in search traffic, even during the middle of the Republican National Convention.
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Three exciting new maps are coming to Rocket League in February, to kick off Psyonix’s new “Rocket Labs” initiative. Taking a page from its predecessor, each of Rocket League’s new arenas will have a unique shape, promising to mix up the basic strategy and gameplay that has remained (mostly) unchanged since launch.
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Sony announced its free PlayStation Plus games for February 2016 today, and Vedran’s favorite game of 2015, Helldivers, is among the titles. If you have a PS Plus subscription for either the PS3, PS4, or Vita, we highly recommend you give Helldivers a try! The rest of the February list can be found here.
Recently, the city of Chicago has decided to extend a 9% tax on streaming services that would include Netflix and Xbox Live. As the city tries to make up losses in tax revenue as consumers shift away from physical entertainment to cloud-based services, local governments are understandably under a lot of pressure to find ways […]
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Wondering what happened at E3 2015? Look no further. PFX has collected all the biggest stories from E3 in one place, here, for you. We’ve split this post into two sections, one covering the news revealed during the eight press conferences, and the second for everything else that is announced during the course of E3. […]
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(This is an update to an earlier news story. The original story can be found below.) It seems Joystiq may yet live on via a new partnership with Engadget. So far, they have outlined a vision that focuses on gaming as an activity rather than simply covering any and all game coverage. With this comes […]
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The Elder Scrolls Online launched amid many MMOs seeking to dethrone World of Warcraft as its subscription numbers plummeted before its recent expansion. Regrettably, things have not gone so well for these new contenders in the MMO field. It is good to see World of Warcraft picking up yet again with innovative new features and […]
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The first week-long Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ) of the new year started today and runs until January 10. AGDQ is a bi-annual game speedrunning marathon benefitting the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze kicked the festivities off, and things will end with Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. UPDATE: AGDQ 2015 is […]
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The recent PlayStation Experience event was an opportunity for Sony to show off its 2015 lineup with no real competition for attention. The Order: 1886, a rather big yet mysterious new property for Sony was shown off on stage in a very limited sense, despite the game’s February 2015 release being right around the corner. […]
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EEDAR’s Head of Insights and Analysis shows that only a quarter of Early Access titles have become full releases.
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