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  • Xbox Confident xCloud will Eventually Gain iOS Support

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    Xbox Confident xCloud will Eventually Gain iOS Support

    Head of Xbox Phil Spencer is confident it will happen.

    In speaking with CNBC (relayed by Gamasutra), Phil Spencer says that he is "sure" that Microsoft and Apple will be able to resolve their differences and get xCloud support on iOS sooner rather than later. When asked about what those differences are, Spencer says that they aren't of a financial matter but rather "philosophical."

    The problem goes back to September when Apple changed its guideline...
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  • Apple is Counter-Suing Epic Games

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    Apple is Counter-Suing Epic Games

    Get your popcorn ready.

    On Tuesday, Apple filed a countersuit against Epic Games, accusing them of financial damages due to the bypassing of the 30% commissions that Apple takes from app developers. According to the court filing (PDF) Apple is accusing Epic of engaging in "self-help and subterfuge." They go on to say that "Epic sent a Trojan horse to the App Store," that being an update to Fortnite that allowed Epic "to bypass Apple's app review process and...
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  • Apple Terminates Epic Games Developer Account

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    Apple Terminates Epic Games Developer Account

    This is not a termination of accounts related to Unreal Engine devs.

    Today, Apple followed through with part of their threat that they would terminate Epic Games' developer account. This is not the same as their threat to terminate the accounts of all Unreal Engine developers. That specific case was shot down in court earlier this week. However, that ruling still left the door open for Apple to terminate the account specifically related to Epic Games, the one used by Fortnite.
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  • In First Hearing, Apple Wins Right to Remove Fortnite from Store but Not Unreal Engine

    The first battle in a long war has reached its conclusion.

    This past week, Epic had filed for a temporary restraining order in order to prevent Apple from terminating all Epic developer accounts. This was a reactionary response from Apple after Epic Games filed a lawsuit against Apple for kicking Fortnite from the App Store when Epic decided they did not want to play by the rules.

    This ban against Unreal Engine would have effectively barred all Unreal Engine developers...
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  • Epic is Suing Apple After Fortnite was Kicked from the App Store

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    Epic is Suing Apple After Fortnite was Kicked from the App Store

    Yo, where we dropping... a lawsuit?

    Apple has removed Epic Games' Fortnite from the App Store after the studio implemented its own in-app payment system. This payment system bypasses Apple's payment system and thus avoids Apple 30% tax on purchases made.

    This is, as they say in the biz, a big no-no.

    Apple immediately responded by kicking Fortnite off of the App Store. Epic Games also implemented the same payment bypassing option into the Android version of...
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  • Upcoming MacOS Catalina Update Will Kill All 32-bit Games

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    Upcoming MacOS Catalina Update Will Kill All 32-bit Games

    Catalina will end support for all 32-bit apps, including games.

    When Apple rolls out their upcoming Catalina update for their MacOS, it will kill off the ability to run any 32-bit apps, including all 32-bit based games. This update was originally slated to hit Fall 2019 but was pushed back to the upcoming update to the operating system.

    Apple first announced this move to end 32-bit support back in early 2018. So while this shouldn't be too surprising for some people, it...
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  • Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next

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    Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next


    First, Epic came for Steam on the PC front. They threw piles of cash at studios to put their games on the Epic Games Store for a period of exclusivity that lasts at least one year or more. Now, Epic may be going after that sweet, sweet mobile industry by launching their own mobile games store.

    This is according to a new report from MarketWatch.



    MarketWatch goes on to say that Epic will once again allow devs to keep 88% of earned revenues. This is in...
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  • The Game Awards Doubles Viewership in 2018

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    The Game Awards Doubles Viewership in 2018

    The Game Awards for 2018 apparently doubled its viewership to 26.2 million livestreams. This is up from 2017's 11.5 million livestreams. There were 1.13 million concurrent viewers watching The Game Awards on Twitch during its peak.

    Be sure to click the link above for even more news including the world premiere trailers and award winners from this year's show. The above photo are the God of War developers and actors accepting the Game of the Year award at this year's show. T...
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  • Katy Perry Joins Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

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    Katy Perry Joins Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

    Katy Perry created a new song for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius called "Immortal Flame." Not only that, but those who participate in an in-game event on December 12 will get to obtain "Popstar Katy" as a playable character.
    As alway...
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  • A Recap of Winners from The Game Awards 2018

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    A Recap of Winners from The Game Awards 2018

    In case you missed The Game Awards this past Thursday, you missed out on a lot of new game reveals. More importantly, you missed out on the main focus of the show, the awards!

    Fortunately for you, I have a full recap of the winners here. Right off the bat, you'll want to know that God of War won the Game of the Year award. It actually came as quite the surprise given how most of the other awards went to Red Dead Redemption 2. The Esports Athlete of the Year went to the always...
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  • Fortnite Season 7 Introduces an Iceberg, Planes, and More

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    Fortnite Season 7 Introduces an Iceberg, Planes, and More

    Season 7 of Fortnite arrived today and with it has come an iceberg. New areas of the island have been created as a result including Frosty Flights and Polar Peak. In addition to that, there is now an airplane that you can use for aerial combat, a first for the game.

    Not yet satisfied? Epic Games also released the new Fortnite Creative. This mode provides an open sandbox experience where you can let your creativity run wild. On top of this the "Sand and Fight" campaign for Save...
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  • Counter-Strike is Now Free-to-Play, Adds Battle Royale Mode

    Counter-Strike is Now Free-to-Play, Adds Battle Royale Mode

    Valve just rolled out one of the biggest updates for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It may not be the largest in terms of file size, but in terms of scope? Yeah, it's pretty big for a game like Counter-Strike. "What could it possibly be," you wonder?

    It's battle royale.

    Of course it's battle royale. This mode has been rumored for a while and now it's finally here. The new mode is called "Danger Zone" and along with this new mode comes some additional surprising...
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  • What to Expect at The Game Awards 2018

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    What to Expect at The Game Awards 2018

    This Thursday, December 6, The Game Awards 2018 will air live from the Microsoft Theater in LA. We were just sent a little press release that talks about some of the presenters that will make an appearance as well as a preview of some of the new updates and premiers that will air during the event.
    The Game Awards 2018 is gearing up for its biggest show ever this Thursday, December 6th, live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Talent schedule to appear includes Jonah Hill, Christoph
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  • Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood Collaboration with Puzzle & Dragons

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    Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood Collaboration with Puzzle & Dragons

    A limited time event has hit Puzzle & Dragons. From now through December 16, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood will have a special collaboration with the popular mobile puzzle title.

    If you don't yet play Puzzle & Dragons, you can download it for free for iOS, Android, or from the Amazon Appstore. While the game is free to play, there are optional in-app purchases.
    All players who participate during the event period will receive a FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST BROTHERHOOD character
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  • Bethesda Pushes The Elder Scrolls: Blades to 2019

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    Bethesda Pushes The Elder Scrolls: Blades to 2019

    Bethesda's upcoming free-to-play mobile title, The Elder Scrolls: Blades was set to be released this Fall. Instead, the studio has officially announced today that the game will not be released until some time in 2019. Things don't really seem to be going well for Bethesda this week, eh? Given that we are now less than a month away from Winter kicking off, time was getting cut a little close to meet that "Fall" promise. The official word of the delay came via the official Elder Scrolls Twi...
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