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  • E3: Nintendo Direct style of presentation falls flat for Nintendo

    E3: Nintendo Direct style of presentation falls flat for Nintendo

    Nintendo decided to buck the trend of giving a live presentation at this year's E3 by trying something new: they took to their Nintendo Direct service, a video stream they use throughout the year to announce new games and features … Continue reading → More »

    Tue, 11 Jun, 2013
  • E3: PlayStation 4 takes direct aim at Microsoft, and lands a headshot

    You almost had to feel bad for Microsoft. After Sony's presentation at E3 this evening, it was clear that the PlayStation 4 was being sent in with a mission: to take down Microsoft, and capitalize on all the snafus the … Continue reading → More »

    Tue, 11 Jun, 2013
  • E3: Xbox One’s gaming side finally unveiled at Microsoft’s keynote, but is it enough for g …

    Microsoft kicked off the first day of E3 with a proper gamer’s welcome to the Xbox One, its next-generation console. The tech giant offered up a host of exclusives and a wide range of games for the Xbox One – … Continue reading → More »

    Mon, 10 Jun, 2013
  • With Star Wars relaunch, the Force is with Electronic Arts

    With Star Wars relaunch, the Force is with Electronic Arts

    EA said on Thursday that "extremely strong" preorders for "Star Wars: Battlefront" were behind its decision to raise its full-year revenue forecast to $4.45 billion from $4.40 billion. "(EA) is merely trying to rein in runaway expectations for Star Wars, during a highly competitive holiday window for first-person shooters," Barclays analyst Chris Merwin, who raised his price target on EA by $14 to $82, wrote in a research report. "They've done an incredible job with the game," said Ben Howard, an executive at video game review site GameSpot, who played the game at the E3 gaming industry trade fair in June. More »

    Fri, 31 Jul, 2015
  • Germany says Iran must improve Israel relations for closer economic ties

    By Gernot Heller TEHRAN (Reuters) - German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel urged Iran at the start of a three-day visit to improve its relationship with Israel if it wanted to establish closer economic ties with Germany and other western powers. Gabriel, who is also economy minister, is the first senior figure from a large western government to visit Iran since it struck a landmark agreement with world powers on its nuclear program last week. The deal was reached despite strong opposition from Israel, with which Germany has cultivated a close relationship since the end of World War Two, when the Nazis killed six million Jews. More »

    Sun, 19 Jul, 2015

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