• The newest gaming handheld has a crank and looks like Pikachu

    24 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    With smartphone gaming becoming so dominant, you likely wouldn't expect to see a new gaming handheld anytime soon, outside of a potential Nintendo Switch model. However, Portland, Oregon-based video game company Panic is defying expectations with Playdate, a pocket-sized handheld gaming system coming in early 2020. To start, the device sports a yellow finish and black-and-white screen with no backlight. Additionally, the Playdate features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB-C and a headphone jack. The most notable element of the design, though, is the system's crank, which serves as a rotating analogue...
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  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey update 1.3.0 releases tomorrow, full patch release notes

    Assassin's Creed Odyssey update 1.3.0 releases tomorrow, full patch release notes

    24 days ago - By N4G

    DSOGaming writes: "Ubisoft has announced that a new patch for Assassins Creed Odyssey will be released tomorrow. Update 1.3.0 will be 6GB in size for the PC and will add in-game support for Torments of Hades as well as for the upcoming Lost Tales of Greece."
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  • Animal Crossing For Switch: What We Want At E3 2019

    25 days ago - By GameSpot

    It was long expected, but Nintendo finally made it official last fall: A new Animal Crossing game is in the works for Switch. The company announced the news during a Nintendo Direct presentation back in September, after it was revealed that Isabelle would be joining the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster as a playable fighter. And while we didn't get any more details about the game beyond a vague "2019" release window, the assurance that a new entry was indeed in development was enough to sate Animal Crossing fans, who had been starved for any kind of updates on the status of the franchise...
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  • T-Mobile rebrands its unlimited plans as ‘Magenta' and downgrades free Netflix

    T-Mobile rebrands its unlimited plans as ‘Magenta' and downgrades free Netflix

    25 days ago - By The Verge

    T-Mobile today announced that its unlimited data plans will soon be called Magenta and Magenta Plus - a change from their current “T-Mobile One” branding. With the new names come some tweaks to how each plan works. First, T-Mobile is now including 3GB of LTE hotspot usage with the base Magenta plan. Previously, T-Mobile One was limited to 3G tethering speeds.
    But there's bigger adjustment for people on family plans: T-Mobile is downgrading the quality of its “Netflix on Us” promotion on Magenta to Netflix's basic subscription, which is limited to standard definition quality - no HD...
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  • A New Handheld Video Game System Called Playdate Has Been Announced - GS News Update

    25 days ago - By GameSpot

    Panic has announced a new handheld video game system called Playdate.
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