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Fallout Shelter Coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 Next Week

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03 Feb 2017
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

altBethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition, have announced that Fallout Shelter is expanding once more to a new audience, putting Overseers in control of their own Vault and an army of Dwellers on Xbox One and Windows 10. Fallout Shelter will be available on February 7 as an Xbox Play Anywhere title via a free download from the Xbox Store or Windows Store.

 

Valve under investigation by European Commission for Steam geo-blocking

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03 Feb 2017
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

altValve is under investigation by the European Commission due to the possibility of anti-competitive practices on Steam's storefronts in the EU.

The Commission cited "bilateral agreements" between Valve and five PC publishers - Bandai Namco, Capcom, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media and ZeniMax - as the focus of its investigation. The concern is rooted in geo-blocking practices, which can be used to restrict a consumer's ability to purchase a product on Steam due to their country of residence. The Commission is particularly concerned about Steam activation keys being used for this purpose, in addition to their utility in the prevention of piracy.

Denuvo has been successfully cracked

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06 Aug 2016
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

altDenuvo has been cracked with both DOOM and Rise of the Tomb Raider already becoming available online with a functional bypass for Denuvo's anti-tampering technology. 

This crack has been created by a Bulgarian hacker called Voksi, who has already released cracked versions of both DOOM and Rise of the Tomb Raider, allowing the games to be run illegally. The cracker is currently working on a crack fo Just Cause 3 and several other recent Denuvo titles.

G2A now allowing developers to apply for royalties

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28 Jun 2016
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

As you've probably seen, recently Tinybuild CEO Alex Nichiporchik had a back-and-forth with G2A.com, accusing the unauthorized resellers of "facilitating a black market economy" and costing his studio $450,000 in copies of SpeedRunners, Punch Club and Party Hard. Ultimately, he pushed G2A to "provide a solution for developers and publishers to benefit from the marketplace." Well, apparently G2A is looking to do just that with its new developer support system, which goes into effect on July 29.

Turtle Beach revenue drops

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08 May 2015
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

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Audio peripherals company Turtle Beach, known for its collaborations with brands like Call Of Duty, has reported a net revenue of $19.7 million for Q1 2015, compared $38.3 million for Q1 2014.

Turtle Beach's financial reports show a net loss for Q1 2015 of $10.6 million, compared to $2.9 million in Q1 2014. Gross profit for Q1 2015 was $3.1 million, compared to $12.3 million for the same period last year.

AMD lost $180 million and GPU market share

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17 Apr 2015
by Sotiri Dimpinoudis category PC - News

AaltMD made a $180 million net loss in the first calendar quarter, as the chip-maker continued to fall behind its biggest rivals.

Overall, AMD earned $1.03 billion in revenue in Q1, a decline of 26 per cent over the same quarter last year. The company lost $180 million, significantly reduced from a $364 million loss in the first quarter of 2014. On a non-GAAP basis, the company lost $73 million.

That reduction in its GAAP losses is partially down to the drastic reduction in its workforce last October, when AMD cut 700 jobs following a weak Q3 for its Computing and Graphics segment. The general manager of Computing and Graphics resigned his post in January.

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