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VR Titles Are Starting To Make Some Serious Money On Steam

There is a major issue in the modern game industry. Unless a title sells impossible numbers, the studio is likely to lose money. Destiny, for example, cost half a million US Dollars (S$710million). It's a relief then that VR game titles are making some good money with sales. The Good News UploadVR has

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NVIDIA GeForce 378.49 WHQL Game Ready driver now out

NVIDIA today released the latest GeForce 378.49 WHQL Game Ready drivers with optimizations for new titles Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Conan Exiles early access, and For Honor closed beta. The new driver also adds support for the new GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1050 Ti mobile GPUs that were announced

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Samsung Galaxy S8 will be announced on March 29, claims leakster

While a number of recent reports have hinted at an April announcement for the Galaxy S8, smartphone leakster @Ricciolo1 today claimed that Samsung will be holding the Galaxy S8 announcement event in multiple cities across US and EU on March 29th. Before the official announcement on March 29th, the leakster says

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COLORFUL iGameGTX1070 X-TOP-8G Advanced Limited launched

Colorful has launched the iGameGTX1070 X-TOP-8G Advanced Limited graphics card that it first announced last month. The card offers gamers the ability to enjoy full customization and personalization along with great performance from NVIDIA’s 10-series GPU. The card features the company’s new Silver Shark cooler design, which is claimed to provide

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EZ-Link Now Adding Payment Support For Wearables In Singapore

EZ-Link Pte Ltd, Singapore's largest issuer of CEPAS- compliant cards, today announced the launch of EZ-Link Wearables. This is a new product line featuring wearables that offer EZ-link payment functions and a new array of lifestyle options. Watchdata Technologies and Garmin are the two wearables partners who are taking part. Watchdata's

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Valve Seems To Be Working On A Full Length VR Title

Valve, the games company that has given us Half Life, Portal and DOTA, hasn't made a full release game since 2011. Since their distribution platform Steam has become ubiquitous with PC gaming, it makes sense that they haven't been that interested in game production. However, this might change. Gabe Newell,

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