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Facebook does not want you to stop using Facebook, it seems, because if you deactivate your account for a little break you'll also lose access to your Oculus Profile. Perhaps worse, if you delete your Facebook account you'll also delete your app purchases and achievements. "You will no longer be able to return any apps," says Facebook, "and will lose any existing store credits." So buyer beware: more
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In a fairly surprising take, Alex Hutchinson, the creative director at Google Stadia, has stated that streamers should be paying video game publishers for the games that they stream. The statement seems to have been prompted by the recent DMCA takedown notices that streamers received regarding music used during streams. While streamers are clearly looking to avoid any further claims of copyright more
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The situation for games streaming on Apple devices is dire. Whether you're an iPhone or iPad owner, there are currently no official ways to stream games with Google Stadia or Microsoft's Xbox Game Streaming. And very soon, the one unofficial way will be forced off the App Store. Stadium is a third-party application that allowed streaming from Google Stadia on iOS devices by providing a more
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Oculus Quest 2 users are having issues merging their Oculus accounts to a Facebook account, leaving them with nothing but an expensive “paperweight.” According to various reports, Oculus Quest 2 owners who are creating a Facebook account for the first time are experiencing problems with the verification system. As UploadVR reports, some new users are unable to acquire verification or more
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XCOM 2 will finally be heading to iOS devices in November, with the release including all of its DLC expansions and add-ons. From its original release back in 2016, XCOM 2 was already touted as being one of the best strategy experiences of the generation. Thanks to its challenging difficulty and in-depth strategy gameplay, Firaxis’ sequel fully lived up to the standards set by the series’ more
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EA released some pretty big numbers about Star Wars: Squadrons' first week. Star Wars: Squadrons released on October 2 and has been met with favorable reviews from critics with DualShockers’ own Ryan Meitzler giving the game an 8 out of 10 saying that, “Squadrons manages to not only faithfully recreate the sights and sounds of Star Wars in a thrilling way, but is also one of the most more
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Bisharp, Vullaby and Sandile make their debuts in the second part of Pokemon GO's autumn event. The summer of Pokemon GO feels like a lifetime away right now. While four years ago players were roaming parks in the masses, chasing down Charizards, this year they are, for the most part, playing from home or at least alone avoiding the pandemic. While it’s no doubt been difficult for developers more
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Apple officially announced the new iPhone 12 Tuesday during its big virtual event. Like other iPhone devices before it, this new iPhone 12 series is expected to ship in number of different models that should be able to satisfy those who’ve wanted more options from past devices. The reveal of the iPhone 12 brought the first official details on the device and showed what improvements Apple has more
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Despite meeting resistance from Apple, Microsoft seems determined to reach IOS. Between the lengthy and very public lawsuit with Fortnite developer Epic Games and the rejection of streaming apps such as Microsoft’s xCloud and Google Stadia, it’s safe to say that Apple isn’t making any gaming fans as of late. Despite Apple’s resistance, Microsoft’s executive vice-president of gaming more
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Sega’s next retro console could be a Dreamcast mini, according to the hardware line’s content lead and producer. Yosuke Okunari discussed the future of Sega’s mini consoles in the latest issue of Famitsu (via Ryokutya2089 and translated by Siliconera). The publisher’s latest mini console, the Game Gear Micro, was released exclusively in Japan this month and Okunari suggested that more
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