Monthly Archives November 2014

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Developers have long used their ingenuity to take limited technical resources and create smart, original browser games. But it remains a platform-in-waiting, as new innovations seek to expand its horizons. Traditionally, its lightweight ability to move large scale graphical assets, or to render complex visual activity has left it well adrift of PC and console gaming. But change is afoot.…

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Microsoft announced that all future Xbox 360 offerings in its Games with Gold program will be backwards compatible on Xbox One, meaning that Xbox Live Gold subscribers will have four games available each month — that's two for Xbox 360 and two native to Xbox One — included in the price of their annual Gold membership. Backwards compatibility will be available…

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When Hatred was revealed to the world in October the team behind it, Poland's Destructive Creations, called it a "genocide crusade." In the announcement trailer a nameless man in a black trench coat murders every living person he can find, violently and indiscriminately. While the game itself was troubling to many, more concerning to some were the political affiliations of…

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