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Razer’s Forge TV console can now be yours for just $99.99. The console is up for pre-order from Razer’s official site, while the Serval controller bundle will set you back by an additional $49.99. You can get both options along with free shipping from Razer, with units expected to start shipping by April 28, so you should have it by early next week if you pre-order now. If you’re looking to buy the Serval controller separately, it will set you back by $80 each, so it’s probably wiser to get the bundle along with...

Rovio Stars have just announced a new game called Plunder Pirates for the Android platform. The Rovio Stars platform is used by other developers to publish their games under Rovio’s banner. Plunder Pirates is originally made by a developer named Midoki. Here are some of the features of Plunder Pirates to give you a better idea of its functioning: BUILD an epic 3D pirate island then spin it 360° to see every angle! ASSEMBLE a crazy pirate crew from 10 seafaring scoundrels! EXPLORE uncharted waters in your mighty galleon! BATTLE...

The Mortal Kombat X game has finally made its way to the Play Store today. However, the game is only available in a handful of counties as the developers are treating this as a soft launch for the time being. This means that a majority of the customers worldwide will not be able to download the game. The gameplay is expected to be similar to Injustice: Gods Among Us, which comes from the same developers. We don’t have word on what countries can download the game, but it seems like Canadian users are able to access the game right...

The UFC game by EA Sports for Android is now available to global customers as well. The app was previously limited to a handful of countries, but the developers have now removed those restrictions, thus bringing the game to a wider audience. The GM of EA Sports, Dean Richards said – “We are really excited about the early fan feedback and support we’ve received, and now even more people around the world can experience the best in class visuals and immersive gameplay that set a new bar for mobile and tablet fighting games....

Rovio’s range of Angry Birds games have diminished in popularity over the years. And in a bid to remain competitive, the team has now announced the arrival of Angry Birds Fight!, which is a match-3 game set to strike a chord with lovers of Candy Crush, Two Dots and several other games of the similar genre. However, Angry Birds Fight! is not just a game about matching three or more similar birds, as it also involves the element of fighting players from across the world. The bird matching is done here solely to power up the birds...

Razer announced its intentions to launch an Android TV console back last year. The Forge TV, as this is known, is yet to hit the markets though. But that’s likely to change if an Amazon listing is any indication. The renowned gaming accessories maker is reportedly taking pre-orders of the Forge TV console along with the company’s Serval wireless controller for just $149.99. This when compared to Google’s Nexus Player + ASUS Wireless controller combo is a premium of just $10, but it’s well worth it given the quality...

Square Enix has just released the original Tomb Raider game on the Google Play Store. For those familiar with the game, this is an adventure/puzzle game which follows Lara Croft who is the protagonist of the series. There have been several iterations of the game made since the first one was launched back in 1996, but it’s always good to take a trip down memory lane. This game will set you back by just $0.99, which makes it an obvious purchase for fans of the series. As the original game was launched before the modern graphics revolution,...

After Google’s failed attempts to acquire the Twitch game streaming service, new reports suggest that the company could be looking to take them head on by incorporating such a feature on YouTube. The complete details of this new service are not known yet, but it does make sense given that YouTube perhaps is the only video site out there with a real shot to take on Twitch. YouTube’s live streaming capabilities will reportedly get a major boost with Google believed to have deployed 50 engineers for the purpose. It is further...