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National Videogame Museum Opening Soon

National Videogame Museum Opening Soon

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  The video game industry has a long, storied history and continues to expand with every passing day. To celebrate and show the past, present, and future of video games, the National Videogame Museum (NVM) will be opening next month. After seeing an acclaimed run as a temporary museum known as the National Videogame Arcade, the NVM will become a permanent feature of the city centre in Sheffield in Southern Yorkshire, England as of November 24th. The Museum displays the UK’s only permanently accessible collection of video game memorabilia and ephemera, based on the National Videogame Archive in Bradford. “We’ve always tried to do more than just put out games for people to play,” said Iain Simons, Culture Director of the British Games Institute, which runs the NVM. “In our dynamic new
Games Inbox: How big a hit will Red Dead Redemption II be?

Games Inbox: How big a hit will Red Dead Redemption II be?

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Regarding Game Pass and subscription services in general. I don’t think there’s many that wouldn’t regard them a good deal, me included. You can get amazing deals right now as these companies aggressively market their product. I recently got Now TV movie pass for £3.30 a month for three months after cancelling within the trail period. But at some point the deals will dry up and you have to ask if you have the time to extract the value from them. I think for quite a few, like me they won’t. To get my money’s worth I would have to hand over most of my gaming time to Game Pass games. Essentially narrowing my gaming diet down to a curated list of games not of my choosing. I value the freedom to choose the games I want to play when I want to play them. There’s also the fact game pass is ent
Game review: Starlink: Battle For Atlas wants toy with your wallet

Game review: Starlink: Battle For Atlas wants toy with your wallet

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Starlink: Battle For Atlas (NS) – nice toys, shame about the gameToys to life is brought… back to life in Ubisoft’s sci-fi crossover with Star Fox, but is it worth your time, let alone your money? Game review: The Missing: J.J. Macfield And The Island Of Memories is very odd indeedThere are a number of things we don’t understand about Starlink. We don’t understand why it’s a toys to life game, at a point in time where it’s been convincingly proven that toys to life is not a sustainable phenomenon. We also don’t know why what is essentially a more action-based version of No Man’s Sky is being aimed solely at kids in the first place. And we don’t understand why, despite having so many interesting ideas and mechanics, the end result is such a frustrating and repetitive ordeal. W
Worlds largest game jam held at Texas A&M

Worlds largest game jam held at Texas A&M

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COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - A 48-hour video game creating competition wrapped up Sunday at Texas A&M. Last year, Chillennium was named as the largest Game Jam in the world. Hundreds of college students from 17 universities across the country and Canada traveled to Texas A&M to create new video games in only 48 hours. “We’re making a rhythm Tamagotchi game,” said Briana Priddle, a student at Kansas State. Priddle and her team traveled 14 hours to participate in the 5th Chillennium. “Through a bunch of different rhythm games or silly questions, you’re upping one of three stats,” said
Kanye West Returns to Twitter With a Video About Mind Control Days After White House Visit

Kanye West Returns to Twitter With a Video About Mind Control Days After White House Visit

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BAHE / BACKGRID Kanye West has broken his Twitter hiatus after nine days.On Saturday, Kanye returned to social media after deleting his Instagram and Twitter accounts last week and posted a number of videos about mind control. The Yeezy designer posted two short videos and one soundbite before a longer selfie video that lasted nearly 10 minutes. In the main video recorded via Periscope, Kanye spoke at length about the mind and "unprogramming" ourselves."I just wanna talk about mind control. You know when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do, or if people post something that's positive on Instagram it gets taken down if it's not par
The Polygon Show episode 71: When will video game movies be good?

The Polygon Show episode 71: When will video game movies be good?

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Is there such a thing as a legitimately good video game movie? The cast remembers the Super Mario Bros. movie along with other awesomely bad titles. Simone makes a case for Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, Allegra lists off five ideas for new video game movies and Ashley ponders the walking sim genre for TV and movies. Chelsea is absent for this episode, but stands by the Resident Evil movies. YOUR HOSTS Simone de Rochefort - Video producer. Author. Woman of leisure. Assassin’s Creed enthusiast. Ashley Oh - Social media manager. Mei main. Phantom thief. Knife user. Allegra Frank - Deputy news editor. Scoop hunter. Anime enjoyer. Nintendo nerd. The Polygon Show will be available for you to listen to every Friday on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. If you like what you hear, don’t
Get your ‘geek’ on at Yushi-Con: Anime, video-game convention returns to ESU – Entertainment & Life – poconorecord.com

Get your ‘geek’ on at Yushi-Con: Anime, video-game convention returns to ESU – Entertainment & Life – poconorecord.com

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Anime and video-game fans in the Pocono region, rejoice: Yushi-Con returns this weekend for its first outing since 2015.East Stroudsburg University alumni and community members will host the third Yushi-Con in ESU's Warren E. '55 & Sandra Hoeffner Science and Technology Center. A roster of industry professionals will fill the center, along with artists, crafters and other vendors. In addition, the convention — with branding inspired by ESU's mascot, as “yushi” in Japanese means warrior — will feature numerous panels.“If you think about popular anime taking over the mainstream scene, such as ‘Dragon Ball,’ ‘Gundam,’ ‘Sailor Moon,’ ‘One Piece’ and ‘Pokémon,’ that's only a surface of what the event is about,” said Patricia McGee, Yushi-Con convention chair. “Our event revol
Campus eSports club plugs students into gaming communities | News

Campus eSports club plugs students into gaming communities | News

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A registered student organization centered on video games has respawned at the University of Memphis, prompting players of all kinds to grab a controller and connect.U of M Esports is the latest gaming RSO looking to attract all types of students for fun-filled, casual get-togethers. Ian Goforth, the club president and a competitive gamer, said he plays far less than he used to and has now shifted his focus to uniting people on campus.“I don’t think it’s as much enjoying these games as it is we want to see a good community grow on the U of M campus,” Goforth said. “I love bringing people together and getting people involved in something that I’ve enjoyed for a long time.” Electroni
Player Shows What Fortnite’s First-Person Mode Would Look Like

Player Shows What Fortnite’s First-Person Mode Would Look Like

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Epic Games is not a stranger to the first-person mode in Fortnite. The video game developer allows Fortnite: Save the World players to switch to this mode. However, many players would love to see it in Fortnite Battle Royale, and it will be interesting if the developer enables this.Fortnite’s PvP mode is unique and it requires building in order to be successful and win games. Because of this, the first-person mode in the game would probably not be very effective. Still, it would be interesting if Epic Games releases it, at least as a limited-time game mode.Fortnite’s first-person modeThanks to the replay tool, many Fortnite players have successfully created short in-game movies. Some players have also used this tool to come up with new concepts and ideas for the game. YouTube user Max B
Microsoft Reveals Project xCloud, Where You Can Play Xbox Games Anywhere, On Anything

Microsoft Reveals Project xCloud, Where You Can Play Xbox Games Anywhere, On Anything

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Microsoft has been hinting at it for a while now, but it’s finally ready to pull back the curtain on what it believes will be the future of Xbox games, and perhaps the entire gaming industry. Today, Microsoft has announced Project xCloud, which may sound like a particularly wicked EDM group, but is actually a new game streaming service with the goal of allowing Xbox games to stream to pretty much any device, tablets and smartphones especially. The concept of game streaming is not revolutionary in and of itself, and yet Microsoft feels like it’s cracked the code on the aspects of the concept holding the idea back, such as latency and encoding issues. Microsoft believes that with its Azure systems, it’s in the unique position to be able to deliver the best streaming experience to date