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See How Spawn Fits Into Mortal Kombat 11 In Brutal New Gameplay Trailer

  Todd McFarlane’s Spawn is coming to Mortal Kombat 11 starting next week, bringing his arsenal of chains, guns, and battle axes to the ring. A new gameplay trailer shows how the character, voiced by Keith David, fares against a fellow chain-wielder, Scorpion. Spawn’s appearance marks the end of the game’s Kombat Pack DLC bundle, which also includes The Joker, Sindel, the Terminator T-800, Nightwolf, and Shang Tsung. If you have the pack, Spawn will be available for download starting March 17, and he’ll be accessible as an individual download…

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Random: Activision Turns Crash Bandicoot Into An Endless Runner For Mobile

With the help of the Candy Crush dev.   Adapting major video game characters to mobile devices is all the rage nowadays. Sega’s been doing it for many years with Sonic and even Mario has had quite a few mobile games, so it’s no surprise to hear Activision is now extending the reach of its own video game mascot Crash Bandicoot. Read the full article on nintendolife.com Read more: nintendolife.com

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Top 15 Best Marvel Games (Android/iPhone) 2020

Marvel comics, founded in 1939, in the city that never sleeps (New York City), New York, USA has been a global success in publishing and creating unique and captivating characters like Spiderman, Ironman etc… Here is the best Marvel games android 2020 where you can enjoy fight between super heroes and villains. 1. MARVEL Contest of Champions Android/ iPhone This is best Marvel game Android/ iPhone 2020. This Article will totally be unfit for readers if I fail to put this game and make it number one on my list…

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Superstar Streamer Ninja Leaves Twitch For Microsoft’s Mixer

If you know about any online video game streamers, it’s probably Ninja. With his colorful hair and skill in games like Halo and Fortnite, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is one of the most successful people who films themselves playing video games for a living. And he’s found much of that success on Twitch.tv, the most popular place for streaming video games. But other companies are trying take Twitch down, most notably Microsoft. Over the past few years the technology giant has been building up Mixer, its own streaming platform that has…

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Good Vibes, Weird Hardware at the Game Devs of Color Expo

In the few short years it has been around, the Game Devs of Color Expo has already cemented itself as one of my favorite video game events to go to. And not just because it’s conveniently located in Harlem. GDoC gathers game developers who, shocker, aren’t white and has them show off their work to an appreciating public. Along with game demos there’s a whole day’s worth of panels full of smart speakers discussing what it’s like to be a person of color in this industry. Rewatch the panel I…

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What Makes a Gaming Phone Different from Other Phones?

Razer A few notable “gaming phones” have hit the mobile market over the last year. But any phone can play games, right? So, what’s the deal? We’re seeing an interesting shift here. Smartphones became a popular platform for games because, well, it’s easy to play games on them. In the ’80s and most of the ’90s, PCs were only thought of as “game machines” in an ancillary, secondary way, when compared to the more singularly focused game consoles. PC gamers became so enthusiastic that specialized parts—and, eventually, entire machines—were dedicated…

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Playdate is an adorable handheld with games from the creators of Qwop, Katamari, and more

Panic made its name through high-end Mac software, but more recently, the company moved into gaming, publishing indie hit Firewatch and the upcoming Untitled Goose Game. Now, the developer is expanding its work in games and moving in a very unexpected direction. Today, Panic unveiled Playdate, a tiny, yellow Game Boy-like device with a black-and-white screen, a few chunky buttons, and… a hand crank for controlling quirky games developed by indie stars like Keita Takahashi and Zach Gage. The company says that it wanted to create “something truly different in…

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