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Sony at its Tokyo Game Show keynote address this morning announced that the company will sell 5 million of its PlayStation 4 gaming console by the end of March 2014. Counting on older version, PlayStation 3, it tool a whole one year for the company to reach five million unit sales while with today’s announcement it will certainly be good to see how the company in actual plan to achieve the numbers. The console will make its debut in November in both US and Europe while it will be available in Japan only by February 22, approximately...

Who doesn’t love fun and exciting arcade games? Most people grow up with them and until now, they are still playing some of their favorites. But in this age of modern technology, most of us have outgrown the traditional arcade gaming machines. Instead, we have one of the coolest and amazing mobile gaming devices—the iPad. Through the iPad’s touch-screen and motion-controlled gaming system, and with the availability of hundreds of fantastic games—from action to role-playing, strategy to racing, board and card to trivia and to puzzle...

It’s the time for all Xbox One lovers as Microsoft announced today that it will be going to launch the gaming console on November 22, 2013 in thirteen markets. The console will make its debut in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, UK, and USA initially while many more markets will follow in 2014. It’s been long-awaited gaming console especially when it’s rival Sony to debuting its new PlayStation version. Moreover, earlier news over the console brings to notice that the...

Slot-bingo hybrid game also sold to Real Networks Gone are the days when Zynga ruled as the king of Facebook gaming. Today, when you ask about Zynga’s status on the social networking site, what you will find is news regarding its games losing their high ranking from various social game lists or its titles becoming extinct from Facebook. At the start of August, the social gaming giant announced the closure of four of its OMGPOP titles on Facebook. Three weeks after, another prominent Zynga title had been pulled out from the social networking...

While reported lastly that Zynga reportedly shutting down its $200 million worth acquisition OMGPOP, the company now turned out to be refusing the offer to sell remains of OMGPOP to former team, reports TechCrunch. The publication reported that former OMGPOP employees tried to buy back the OMGPOP.com domain, the company’s games and its intellectual property but what now seems to that is the social gaming company refused the offer. Zynga purchased the company last year in name of Draw Something fame especially but later it couldn’t...

In order to give more boost to its mobile platform, Facebook today announced a new pilot developer program dubbed as Facebook Mobile Games Publishing which means that the company is collaborating with selected small and medium sized developers across the UK, Europe, the US and Asia. The company already started working with 10 studios. 5th Planet’s RPG card battle game, Dawn of the Dragons Brainbow’s puzzle-packed adventure game, Dr. Newton: The Great Brain Adventure Certain Affinity’s pirate-themed strategy game, Age of...

Zynga today announced its earnings for the second quarter 2013 ended June 30, 2013. The company reported the revenue of $231 million, down 31% year-over-year while bookings were $188 million, down 38% year-over-year. The second quarter net loss was of $16 million while GAAP earnings per share were ($0.02) and non-GAAP earnings per share were ($0.01). The company further reported the daily active users (DAUs) decreased to 39 million in the second quarter of 2013, down 45% year-over-year. The monthly active users (MAUs) decreased to 187...

Ouya is an open source gaming console built on an Android framework that recently went on sale on June 25th. There’s been some buzz about it among gaming geeks but the average gaming consumer doesn’t know that much about it. But that’s There are a number of different things that make the Ouya stand out from other gaming consoles. Its low price. At $99, it can be argued that this gaming console is among the most affordable in the marketplace.  New technology is usually exceptionally high when it’s first released and it...

An updated release by the ICO Friday – via Engadget – confirmed that Sony has dropped appeal and agrees on to pay £250,000 (nearly $400,000) for the data lost in 2011. Back in January, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) handed Sony a fine over the conclusion it has made on an investigation into the hacking of its PlayStation Network in 2011, which results in compromising of millions of users’ account details. The report suggests that the company dropped its appeal as it did not want to provide details regarding...

Bloomberg is reporting that Don Mattrick, the former Microsoft’s entertainment division head who recently hired by Zynga as its CEO has been in the position to run the whole of the social gaming company. Back in 2010, Microsoft’s Mattrick allegedly tried to acquire Zynga, reports publication citing people with knowledge of the matter. The same source said that the discussions were fall apart at the end. Mattrick’s exit comes just four months after the company debut its Xbox One release while it probably is a part of Microsoft’s...