DEALS with Gold are back for Xbox fans, with discounts in the Microsoft store on a wide range of titles for anyone looking for an excuse to stay out of the sun. There are discounts of up to 80 per cent available until next Monday, July 16, on a huge range of titles. Top-rated games in the discount pile this month include Anime-inspired pair Attack on Titan (down 40 per cent to £26.99) and One Piece: Burning Blood (down 75 percent to £12.50), along with bike-racing game Ride 2 (down 70 per cent to £15). The biggest discounts are on Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers (down 75 per cent to £6) and Big Buck Hunter Arcade (down 80 per cent to £3.20) – but both of those are probably still overpriced and best avoided even with the discounts. Meanwhile, you also have until July 16 to get your first Xbox 360 Games With Gold for the month. Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown and Sonic All Stars Racing are only available until Monday, so get … [Read more...] about Xbox Live Deals with Gold and Spotlight Sale games for July 2018
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Nutaku has announced the release of Tits ‘N’ Tanks via a press release, an action-packed adult video game for Android with a distinctly unsubtle name. Tits ‘N’ Tanks is a PvP tank battle game on Android. Three factions, each with five unique girls, are battling out in a world where the Spiritual Induction System allows enhanced humans to directly interface with their fighting vehicles. Players are able to enter into PvP battles as one of the fifteen different girls from the US-based Vulture Academy, the Russian-based Polar Bear Academy, or the German-based Tiger Academy. Nutaku’s Tits ‘N’ Tanks features action-based tank combat (top left), customizable cosmetics for tanks (bottom left), and tactical combat waifus (right). As players progress through the game, they’ll be able to upgrade their tanks with better equipment and cosmetics that are befitting of a weapon of war crewed exclusively by cute anime girls. Deck out your futuristic … [Read more...] about Nutaku’s Tits ‘N’ Tanks Brings Armored Action Combat To Android
As of its latest update, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery lets players progress farther in Year 3 and explore more of the game world. Along with this added freedom is the chance to collect more free energy, with Year 3 adding one new free energy source to the game. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery players will be able to get free energy a few times a day from the previous energy sources they tapped on before, but now they will also be able to get free energy from a source in Hogsmeade as well. In Hogsmeade, players can tap on the student on the sled in the alley between The Three Broomsticks and Honeydukes for free energy.Here are all nine free energy locations in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery that are available to Year 3 students: East Towers – Empty painting to the left of the Charms Classroom East Towers – Peeves the Poltergeist in between the Astronomy Tower and Divination Classroom West Towers – Flower painting to the left of the Prefects’ … [Read more...] about Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery – Free Energy Locations for Year 3
Earlier this week, Nvidia’s GeForce Now PC beta left me pleasantly surprised. This was cloud gaming done right, I thought. I can play my own games on my own ancient hardware at the highest possible graphics settings and give a cheeky middle finger to all those soaring GPU prices in one fell swoop. It’s almost like the PC-equivalent of the Nintendo Switch, as I can use my tiny laptop to play all the latest games from any room in my house. Having seen French start-up Blade’s new Shadow box, however, I’m starting to think I don’t even need a PC full stop anymore. Whereas GeForce Now is all about letting you game in the cloud, Shadow wants to move your entire PC there. You don’t even technically need that box up there in the header. That’s essentially just a 4K decoder for those who want to sit down at a desk and use a mouse, keyboard and monitor. You could, in fact, access your Intel Xeon and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080-powered cloud PC from your … [Read more...] about Blade’s tiny Shadow box could be your next gaming PC
A digital-only game based on licensed content is doomed to die right from the outset. At some point, months or years from now, that licensing agreement will expire - at which point the publisher can no longer sell the game. It will be summarily pulled from digital storefronts - sometimes with little or no warning - and is unlikely to ever resurface, unless the publisher is willing to negotiate those licensing deals all over again. Last December, a slew of Transformers games were suddenly removed from Steam and PSN (and later from the Xbox Marketplace) with no warning from publisher Activision. Among them was Transformers: Devastation by renowned developer PlatinumGames, which had only been released two years previously. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Marvel titles published by Activision have suffered a similar fate. Players who have previously bought and downloaded such games can still download them again. But even this exception may not apply forever. The fact is that you do not … [Read more...] about Where do downloadable games go when they die?