Day: Sep 22, 2016

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ESL One New York to Stream First eSport Tournament in VR

Ladies and gentlemen, our cyberpunk future is upon us. 3D Printers can crank out nearly anything you can dream of, the internet is practically a utility, you can even make a living playing games professionally, and, at the upcoming ESL One New York Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament, you’ll be able to watch those professionals play in…

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Princess Maker 2 Gets Western Release

Gainax is a name that usually is synonymous with “anime” in America, and for good reason. Evangelion, FLCL, Gunbuster… they certainly have an impressive pedigree. But a little-known fact on this side of the world is that Gainax was involved in game development, once upon a time. And one of their most successful franchises was Princess Maker. The series…

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Ubisoft Announces Book Publishing Line

Ubisoft isn’t exactly a stranger to publishing print media. Hosting partnerships with a variety of print publishers, it’s a trade the company certainly understands. However, Ubisoft plans to take that experience one step further by opening their own publishing line this autumn. Called Ubisoft Publishing, the imprint will be handling a variety of books for…

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Central Intelligence Blu-ray Giveaway

CGM is giving away more movies! CGM has teamed up with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to give away some of the best movies in recent history. This month we are giving away Central Intelligence. The story follows a one-time bullied geek who grew up to be a lethal CIA agent (Dwayne Johnson), coming home for his…

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How Star Trek Made It To 50

Space. The final frontier. In September 1966, these words introduced television audiences to a strange, new science fiction show called Star Trek. The premise was described as a show similar to that of the Western TV series Wagon Train, only in space. Created by Gene Roddenberry, the story took an interracial and intergalactic crew aboard…

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Gorgeous 2D Adventure Game Forgotton Anne Announced

2D adventure games have become a rare breed in recent years. While many players are nostalgic for the Sierra games of the past, a mixture of Telltale offerings and 3D role-playing in games such as Mass Effect and Fallout 4 have largely carried on the torch of strong narrative design in games writing. Of course,…

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Pokémon Uranium Team Ceases Support for Fan Game

Launched this past August, Pokémon Uranium proved an incredibly popular fan game among Pokémon players around the world. Releasing hot off Pokémon GO‘s success over the summer, the Uranium Team’s title showed love, care and dedication to the iconic handheld RPG series. Sadly, things became rocky as Nintendo caught wind of the project, leading to…