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Routine, the long-in-development survival horror game from Lunar Software, is set for release in March 2017, the studio announced today. The game will be available on Mac and Windows PC via Steam. Lunar had been hinting at a late 2016 debut for Routine...
Today, industry leaders began to gather at RFID Journal LIVE!, the 11th Annual Conference and Exhibition in Orlando. Zebra Technologies will be demonstrating its leading RFID solutions, such as the brand new ZD500R printer, an ultra-high frequency (UHF...
During my earlier meeting with Forza Horizon 2 devs Playground Games, they put a heavy emphasis on the racer's new dynamic weather system. Raindrops spatter windshields, turn roads into soggy slicks and reduce visibility. At the time I wasn't able to...
During an investor call today, Activision has confirmed that there is no new Skylanders game coming to consoles in 2017. This marks the first time since the series launched in 2011 that a new title would not be released in a given year. There is NO...
Look who got the new Skylanders Giant game? ME OF COURSE! I’m spoilt to the max – mama said but daddy is really smart – he brings his old games to EB games and gets credit for it and trade them in for this new game – so technically, daddy didn’t spend...
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