Category: Video Games

Google Stadia app teardown points to free trials, YouTube streaming coming soon

Google may finally launch its free tier of its Stadia streaming service, according to a recent teardown of the Stadia APK by 9to5 Google. As 9to5 notes, the APK mentions the ability to create a free Stadia account, which will also seemingly give people one month of the 4K/60fps-supported Stadia Pro subscription. Stadia Pro, which costs $11.99 CAD/month […]
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EA says PS5 and Xbox Series X ‘will blow people’s minds’

Often, as new console releases approach, even third-party developers attempt to build-up hype surrounding next-gen systems. In the latest of what is likely set to be a series of ‘hawt takes’ from various developers over the next few months, during the company’s recent earnings call, EA’s CFO Blake Jorgensen called the PlayStation 5 (PS5) and […]
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Brad Shankar’s favourite things of 2019

In many ways, 2019 was a big year for me. Most notably, I got to go on some incredible work trips to the likes of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Electronics Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles and Gamescom in Germany. As a kid who grew up reading about these events in Game Informer magazine, […]
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Puzzle game Lego Builder’s Journey is the latest title to hit Apple Arcade

Apple continues to add new games to Apple Arcade in quick succession. The latest title to hit the video game subscription platform is Lego Builder’s Journey, a puzzle adventure game that features the iconic brick toy. While little is known about Lego Builder’s Journey, a description says that it features “meditative music,” tasks players with […]
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Microsoft unveils its next-gen video game console, the Xbox Series X

During the 2019 Game Awards, Microsoft officially unveiled the Xbox Series X, the tech giant’s next-generation video game console previously known by the codename as ‘Project Scarlett.’ According to Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s Xbox chief, the Xbox Series X will be available sometime during ‘holiday 2020,’ and is the company’s “fastest, most powerful console ever.” Spencer […]
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