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Kim Kardashian Set to Make Millions From Her Video Game By Clip Syndicate Kim Kardashian is set for a bumper $20 million pay day after her smartphone game raked in $43 million in its first three months on sale. The reality TV star is rumored to have secured a 45 per cent slice of the proceeds from sales of the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood smartphone app, which she launched last summer. New sales figures have revealed downloads brought in $43 million in the third quarter of 2014, meaning Kardashian looks set to secure a massive $19.4 million payout. ...Read More »
Gamers Can Choose How Much They Pay for These Classic 'Star Wars' Games By Clip Syndicate Star Wars fans, we have a long time until The Force Awakens. Maybe it's time for a distraction. Starting Tuesday, game distribution service Humble Bundle will team up with Disney Interactive to offer more recent Star Wars titles in a name-your-own-price bundle, with some proceeds going toward charity. Gamers can now snag three Star Wars PC games for any price — even for free. Those games include Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and Star Wars: Dark Forces, regardless of what anyone pays. All of the games are for Windows, but several titles will work on Macs, too. The Star Wars Humble Bundle lasts until Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. ET. More games will be added throughout the sale.

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Redmond students design video games By Clip Syndicate Middle and high schoolers gathered Saturday at the Redmond Proficiency Academy for a 'Game Jam' to develop video games from the ground up ...Read More »
Video Takes You Inside Star Wars Battle Pod Arcade Cabinet By Clip Syndicate Just released in select arcades across the country, the new "Star Wars" Battle Pod game looks like it packs in all the fun of the franchise's original arcade shooter, with a fresh coat of 21st century technology slathered all over it. According to a press release, the 1,200-pound machine provides an immersive experience with "a unique dome screen enveloping your entire area of sight." Plus, there are bass speakers behind your head and a seat that rumbles in all the right places. ...Read More »
Head of Games Leaves Angry Birds Company Rovio By Clip Syndicate Finland's Rovio and the head of its games operation, Jami Laes (Yami lice), have parted company as the business behind Angry Birds continues to grapple with an increasingly competitive mobile games market. Rovio has expanded its hugely successful Angry Birds brand into an animated TV series and consumer product licensing, but the company has struggled to produce more hit games and recently said it would cut about 14 percent of its workforce. Laes said on Wednesday that he had left Rovio recently and is planning to launch a new start-up, but declined to comment further. ...

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Games Publisher Electronic Arts' Revenue Rises Almost 40 Percent By Clip Syndicate Electronic Arts, publisher of the "FIFA" and "Madden NFL" video games, posted better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, helped by growth in digital revenue and strong sales of its sports titles. The company's shares rose 3 percent to $49.92 in extended trading. The world's second-largest video game publisher has benefited by offering its popular PC and online games on mobile devices, a high-margin "freemium" model. EA's digital revenue rose about 32 percent to $541 million in the third quarter ended Dec. 31. Total revenue rose nearly 40 percent to $1.13 billion.

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Xbox One and Windows 10: New Best Friends By Clip Syndicate The Xbox One has always been a big black box full of promise. Would it be more than a game console? With Microsoft's Windows 10, it looks like the Xbox One's big convergence moment is finally here. Microsoft wants your Xbox to be your Everybox. For one, universal Windows apps will work on Xbox One. That was just announced during Microsoft's Windows 10 event by Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of Operating Systems for Microsoft.

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Windows 10 Adds Xbox Social Network and Game Streaming By Clip Syndicate Microsoft will attempt to bridge the gap between gamers on Windows PC and Xbox One by adding an Xbox app to all copies of Windows 10 on its release. The Xbox app on Windows 10 will allow gamers to play online with other users across different devices, stream Xbox One games to their Windows 10 PC or tablet and keep track of their friends across multiple platforms. Microsoft made the announcement during its Windows 10 Consumer event in Redmond, Washington, on Wednesday. ...Read More »
Nintendo Discontinues Its Beloved Rewards Program By Clip Syndicate Nintendo announced its closure of its long-time loyalty program, Club Nintendo, on Tuesday. Club Nintendo, which let customers collect coins from game purchases and exchange them for various prizes on the Club Nintendo website, has been beloved part of the gaming experience in the U.S. since 2008. The company will replace it with a new customer loyalty program, the details of which will be announced later this year. ...Read More »
Nintendo to Shutter Club Nintendo Rewards Program By Clip Syndicate Game maker Nintendo has decided to discontinue its Club Nintendo rewards program, the company announced on Tuesday. The closure suggests Nintendo is seeking to modify the customer experience for gamers. Nintendo's console, the Wii U, has been stumbling in the US market, trailing far behind both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. ...Read More »
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