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Survey data and analysis, in collaboration with Niko Partners, on the differences in gaming motivations among gamers in China and the US. ...
Players of Mossmouth's Spelunky HD are working to understand the game's inner workings, a process that has become integral to snagging a spot on the game's leaderboards. ...
Before smartphones streaming music to wireless speakers there were boomboxes. Before pocket-friendly Digital Audio Players or even portable CD players, there was the Walkman. And before playlists, there were mixtapes. Now Crosley Radio is looking to inject some new life into the almost-forgotten cassette tape with the release of two retro players... Continue Reading Crosley looks to ride a
Blizzard Entertainment's Hearthstone has reached 100 million registered players just over five years after launch.  ...
A story from The Huffington Post explores why many Sims players have always found their fun outside of the game's normal objectives. ...
A couple of years ago, we first heard about a neck band designed to protect athletes from concussions by essentially making their brains bigger. Now, a new study indicates that it does indeed work, protecting wearers against damage caused by smaller hits along with the big ones... Continue Reading "Brain-expanding" collar found to protect soccer players' noggins Category: Health & Wellbei
Gamasutra speaks with the devs of The Universim about making living worlds and beings that react to player decisions rather than directly obey them, as well as Steam Early Access challenges. ...
PlayerUnknown†™s Battlegrounds has banned over 13 million players since the game's publisher started sharing ban numbers in June 2017. ...
The last time we caught up with media artist Moritz Simon Geist was in 2012 when he revealed his extra large take on Roland's TR-808 drum machine, the wall-filling MR-808. Since then he's been working on his Sonic Robots project, again merging his passions for making music and robotics to create bots that play techno. Next month, four tracks will be released where the music is played entir
Pianos and keyboards can be huge beasts, meaning that players are often set to one side of the stage behind the front line of guitarists, bass players and vocalists. Not always though. Edgar Winter first strapped a keyboard around his neck in the early 1970s, and this was followed by dedicated guitar-like instruments known as keytars – used by famed key ticklers like Jan Hammer and Jean-Mi


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