Project Shield ArmA Tactics Gameplay Demo Released (video)

Gamers looking forward to the launch of the new Nvidia Project Shield handheld gaming device later this year, are sure to be interested in a new demonstrations that have been released showing ArmA Tactics gameplay.

Project Shield is Nvidia’s new handheld gaming console that is powered by a Tegra 4 processor which the company has designed and developed for tablet and mobile devices.

Project Shield

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NES Gaming Console Added Inside A Counter-Strike Map (video)

If you enjoy playing Counter-Strike you might be interested to learn that a NES console has been added to a map for its players to enjoy while they are waiting for the other team to get their act together.

The mod has been accomplished using the Sourcemod Entertainment System (SMES), a server plugin which has been designed to allow a video game and play another video game inside itself. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action. Enjoy!

NES Counter-Strike

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CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard With Hidden Key Labels Unveiled

Cooler Master has this week unveiled a new addition to its range of gaming keyboards, with the launch of the new CM Storm QuickFire Stealth, which is equipped with mechanical CHERRY MX switches and guaranteed for 50 million keystrokes.

The CM Storm QuickFire Stealth is a compact keyboard with standard arrow and command key blocks, and the keyboard body has been finished in a rubber coating, with the key font printed on the key sides.

CM Storm QuickFire Stealth

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IbenX GamePad Android Gaming Tablet Unveiled

A new Android tablet with built in game controllers has been unveiled this week by IbenX in the form of their new IbenX GamePad, which is fitted with a 7 inch 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display.

The IbenX GamePad is powered by a Allwinner A31 ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor supported by graphics provide by PowerVR SGX 544 and is equipped with a 0.3 megapixel front facing camera for video calling, together with a 5 megapixel rear facing for video and photographs.

IbenX GamePad

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QUBE Getting Wii U Version, Potentially Vita

QUBE, the puzzle game that saw the light of day as the first ever Indie Fund project is now coming to the Wii U. Developer Toxic Games has tweeted a picture of the game running on Nintendo’s GamePad and also hinted at a Sony PS Vita version. Both Sony and Nintendo have been avidly courting indie developers in recent months, leading to a spate of quality releases on both platforms.

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XCOM Shooter Website And Videos Taken Offline

Back in 2010, before the current incarnation of XCOM both vindicated and realized the hopes of an entire fan community, it looked like the XCOM franchise would first be seeing an FPS addition. The website for the game, under development at 2K Marin has been taken offline and YouTube videos for the game set to private.
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Animal Crossing New Leaf Making Mr. Resetti Optional

Animal Crossing’s Mr. Resetti is something of an Animal crossing institution. Despite annoyingly blasting ever larger dollops of text at the player when the game is reset without saving, he’s as much a part of Animal Crossing as Tom Nook’s enforced loans or a turnip market crash. However, making little girls cry seemingly turned him into a liability Nintendo can no longer ignore. As Mayor, the player will be able to build a Reset Surveillance Centre if they want the character in their game.

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Shadowrun Returns Subsequent DLC To Come With DRM

While Shadowrun Returns was an unequivocal Kickstarter success purely on the strength of the license, one of the campaign’s initial selling points was the “chicken in every pot” claim that every reward tier will include a DRM-free copy of the game. However, due to licensing issues, the developer won’t be able to keep its promise of DRM-free content past the first bit of DLC, the Berlin Campaign.

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