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Posted On July 9, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Top Stories, Uncategorized

E3 2014 Review Part I

It’s been a month since E3 kicked off this year with Microsoft’s stellar press conference, followed by press conferences from EA, Ubisoft and Sony all on the same day. Let’s start with the long awaited sequels. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC and it features Academy Award winning actor Kevin Spacey who plays the story’s main antagonist. This title drops November 4, 2014. Assassin’s Creed Unity The latest iteration of Assassin’s Creed plays as good asRead More
  Rockstar Games has finally announced that the highest selling game in its series, Grand Theft Auto V will be available on the PC, Xbox One and PS4 this fall. The game is said to have an improved graphical display on the new generation consoles and PCs such as a higher resolution, improved graphical texture details and lots more  as they make use of the updated hardware of the consoles. The game will include all contents that has been added to the game since its release last year. Another nice addition isRead More

Posted On April 6, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Social Media, Uncategorized

Table Soccer For Android: The Nostalgia Trip

I may not need to remind anyone about a little game we played when we were younger, that involved two goalposts made of paper, a little ball made of paper and a lot of bottle caps or in some cases more paper. If you never knew that you’ll know how the game is played in a second. Table Soccer is a game by ChopUP Games developed using the Unity Game Engine, it’s a somewhat fresh take of the classic “Table Soccer” game. In Table Soccer players select from 3 free bottleRead More

Posted On March 24, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Gaming, Top Stories

Ubisoft Reveals Assassin’s Creed Unity

Rumors have been about town concerning an “Assassin’s Creed V” game. Only just now do we get to see what that game is. So feast your peepers on this. Assassin’s Creed Unity will be set in 18th Century Paris and as you might have seen, it is slated for December 2014. The blockbuster franchise is for next-gen consoles and PC only. On the other hand there are rumours of an Assassin’s Creed game for Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 code-named Comet. Ubisoft promises it’s all in-game footage while mostRead More

Posted On February 19, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Entertainment, Gaming, Social Media, Top Stories, Uncategorized

75,000 People Play The Largest Pokemon Game Ever

For a whole week thousands of players have been playing Pokemon Red/Blue at TwitchPlaysPokemon and you can be a part of the hilarity as well. Why ‘hilarity’? Well that’s because TwitchPlaysPokemon is a channel on the game-streaming site Twitch that turns chat comments into controller inputs, parsing hundreds of thousands of ups, downs, and starts and translating them into in-game movements. The results rarely create coherent movements, but yet the participants have defeated half of the gym leaders in the game. The sheer randomness is so much so that currently there is a chatRead More

Posted On February 15, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Mobile, Uncategorized

Threes Is The Addictive Puzzle Game For iOS That You’ve Never Heard Of

Threes is a little game you never heard of because Flappy Bird took over the world in the same week that Threes launched. It was created by Asher Vollmer and it’s only on iOS.  If you enjoy matching puzzle games like Candy Crush, then Threes should make you feel right at home. It’s formula is east to learn but difficult to master.  In Threes users must match up tiles to form larger numbers. 1 and 2 tiles go together to form a 3. Once you hit three you can only pair a number withRead More

Posted On February 9, 2014By Victor NnejiIn Gaming, Mobile, Top Stories

Popular Flappy Bird App Taken Down by Creator

Just at the peak of the hype with the app becoming top app on iOS and Android App stores and with millions of people addicted to tapping their screen and keep the bird flying to its unknown destination, the creator of Flappy Bird has promised to remove the app from iOS and the Android app stores. SEE ALSO: These Flappy Bird High Scores Are Unreal This news came in a few days after blog sites all over the world reported that Flappy Birds huge success was bringing in $50,000 in adRead More

Posted On February 7, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Business, Gaming, Top Stories

Sledgehammer Games Will Develop 2014’s Call of Duty

In an investor release yesterday, CEO of Activision Bobby Kotick revealed that the next Call Of Duty title will be developed by Sledgehammer Games. You might remember them, they co-developed Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. As stated in the release Bobby Kotick also revealed that this years title and the future titles are being built on s three-year development cycle. The publisher says that the time will allow the designers more time to envision and to innovate as well as increase the quality of future titles. According to that strategy,Read More
First, a background. Flappy Bird is a game for iOS and Android that has recently gone viral in the last few days. The game was developed by Vietnamese developer, Nguyen Ha Dong. To advance in Flappy Bird, you have to tap the screen to navigate the bird between Super Mario-like pipes. After each pipe, you get a point. It drives people crazy. What’s amazing about this game however, is that some users have managed to play for so long and have reached scores of over 2 billion. Yes. 2 billionRead More

Posted On January 24, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Top Stories

CES Aftermath: Razer Moonshot Project Christine Debut

That piece of alien technology interesting technology is Razer’s latest concept, for now they are calling it Project Christine, much like the Razer Edge at last year’s CES it wasn’t a real product yet. Project Christine is a highly-modular desktop gaming PC that has each of its components in encased in its own liquid cooled metal module that can be swapped in or out on the fly. Razer created a wire-free and incredibly easy method of swapping, adding, or upgrading components and it uses PCI-Express architecture to connect and sync each componentRead More