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DIY experience Nintendo Labo launches on Switch this April

Nintendo announced the release of a new kind of gaming experience for the Switch, which involves turning cardboard into interactive toys, “to inspire creative minds and playful hearts alike.” Nintendo Labo focuses on DIY, with each kit turning the Switch into a new interactive creation (called Toy-Con): robot, piano, fishing …

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds hits 3m players on Xbox One

Microsoft announced yesterday that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has now hit another milestone on Xbox One. General manager of Xbox games marketing Aaron Greenberg said on Xbox Wire: “Today, PUBG Corp. and Xbox are excited to share that through the end of 2017 the PUBG community on Xbox One has already grown to over …

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Ataribox experiences technical issues, delaying Indiegogo launch

Atari, or the people currently responsible for the brand, has been forced to delay crowdfunding for their Ataribox console, citing a developmental delay. The Ataribox is planned to be based on ‘PC technology’, and is an AMD processor with Radeon graphics and a Linux-based operating system. The machine is planned …

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Nintendo announces 10m sales for the Switch

Nintendo has announced 10m sales for the Switch game console, just nine months after the hybrid consoles worldwide launch. It caps off a remarkably strong year for all things Ninty, and in October the company announced that the Switch had caused a 175 per cent sales growth for the six …

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DayZ is still heading to PS4

Bohemia Interactive has confirmed that DayZ is still heading to PS4, despite the console not being mentioned in yesterday’s update. It will, however, hit Microsoft’s console before arriving on Sony’s machine. "In short, yes, we’re still going to release DayZ for PS4," a rep told GameSpot. "It’s mostly that we …

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