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Razer raises $50-100M from Horizons Ventures, inks phone JV with Three

Razer, the gaming company that acquired the Robin smartphone maker Nextbit earlier this year, is now opening the curtains on the next steps to make a deeper move into the mobile space. Razer has announced a strategic partnership with Three, the Hong Kong-based mobile phone carrier owned by Hutchison Whampoa, in which the companies will sell co-branded, gaming-centric handsets and phone plans and open a ... Read More »

Get an amazing deal on Alan Wake before it disappears from stores

Remedy, the developer of Alan Wake, has announced that it has to remove the game from the Steam and Xbox stores due to a licensing issue with the game’s music. As of May 15, the game will no longer be sold in physical stores, on the online Xbox Store, or on Steam. If you already physically own the game you ... Read More »

Google acquires Owlchemy Labs VR game studio

Google has acquired the VR game studio behind such popular gaming titles as Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. In a blog post, the founding team of the Austin-based Owlchemy Labs detailed that it has been acquired and will be joining the team at Google. “Today is a REAAAALLY BIG day for Owlchemy. We’re positively thrilled to announce that Owlchemy ... Read More »

The 29 best indie games on PC and consoles

In today’s age, it’s impossible to ignore the impact of indie games. Not only are many indie titles indistinguishable from their high-budget, triple-A counterparts, but sometimes they’re even better. By stripping away the governance of a publisher, the best indie games reflect the unadulterated ideas of their developers. Compromises don’t have to be made for the sake of profits. Indie ... Read More »

The maker of Dots says it’s getting more ambitious with its fourth game, Wilds

Dots. Two Dots. Dots Co. It seems like Dots (that’s the name of both the startup and its first game) is following a pattern with each release — a pattern it’s breaking with its fourth game, Wilds. Wilds isn’t scheduled to launch until late 2017, but the company has just released a live-action trailer for the game, directed by Radical Friend ... Read More »

The best Australian DualShock 4 deals in May 2017: find a cheap PS4 controller

Got a new PS4 recently? Then you’ll be on the lookout for a super cheap DualShock 4 deal as you’ll want to always have one charged or be ready for a bit of local multiplayer. The PlayStation and the DualShock controller have been best buds for most of the PlayStation brand’s lifespan. Sony has changed little since the introduction of ... Read More »

The Best Minecraft mods

Be honest – you haven’t played Minecraft in years, have you? After hitting the bottom of the game’s rather shallow tech tree, there’s only so much fun to be had building things out of blocks. But there’s another way to enjoy Minecraft – with mods. Mods that’ll let you build up enormous factories in the sky, survive a shuttle crash ... Read More »

Project Scorpio: everything we know about Microsoft’s 4K-ready Xbox

Update: We hope you’re all ready for some Project Scorpio news. Rumors had been circling for a few days but it’s been confirmed that both Eurogamer and Digital Foundry will be releasing exclusive Project Scorpio details on Thursday April 6. Neither publication has said exactly what these details will be, but most are anticipating hardware specifications which Xbox has previously ... Read More »

Disney just launched the new mobile-only version of Club Penguin

Club Penguin Island, the mobile-only replacement for the original Club Penguin (which shut down last night) has launched. Started in 2005, Club Penguin was one of the first successful virtual worlds for children and, as they grew up, teens and adults. At its peak the platform had 200M users, and a few months ago was still seeing upwards of 5M visitors ... Read More »

Best Android games 2017: our top picks

Based on cult web hit Gimme Friction Baby by Wouter Visser, Orbital has you fire orbs into a tiny galactic void. Each bounces, comes to rest, and expands until touching something else. If one crosses the danger line above your cannon, well, it’s game over. It’s much harder to explain this game than to play it, but we’ll do our ... Read More »

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