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Activision releases ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’

 Ghosts’Dropping the `Modern Warfare' sub-moniker for its latest game launched on Tuesday, publisher Activision Blizzard released the new `Call of Duty: Ghosts' title for the PC, as well as the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii U gaming consoles.

Blizzard Entertainment files new trademark for ‘Warlords of Draenor’

Blizzard Entertainment files new trademark for ‘Warlords of Draenor’Days ahead of the forthcoming fan festival BlizzCon this weekend, a new trademark for `Warlords of Draenor' has reportedly been filed by Blizzard Entertainment, the developer of World of Warcraft. The two-day BlizzCon gaming convention will be held on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9.

Skill Shortage Faced by Kiwis Gaming Industry

Skill Shortage Faced by Kiwis Gaming IndustryNowadays, everyone loves to play video games, whether it is a youngster or an adult. The video game industry in New Zealand was gaining a lot of profit by the end of last year.

Big Fish, BlueStacks partnership brings Android games to PC and Mac users

Big Fish, BlueStacks partnership brings Android games to PC and Mac usersIn an effort which will bring Android games to PC as well as Mac users, casual game producer Big Fish has recently announced a partnership with software maker BlueStacks.  The partnership was announced on Wednesday at the Casual Connect conference in Kiev.

NZ studio Grinding Gear set to officially launch its ‘Path of Exile’ game worldwide

NZ studio Grinding Gear set to officially launch its ‘Path of Exile’  game worldwide Auckland, New Zealand-based game development studio Grinding Gear Games has disclosed in a recent announcement that it is set to officially launch its much-awaited `Path of Exile' game across the world.

IGEA survey shows computer games have moved into mainstream in Australia

IGEA survey shows computer games have moved into mainstream in AustraliaThe findings of the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (IGEA)'s annual Digital Australia survey have revealed that computer games have moved into the mainstream in Australia; and are now played by Australians of all ages, rather than just teenage boys as in the past.

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