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Ron Gilbert’s The Cave is coming to iPad this summer

Ron Gilbert’s The Cave Ron Gilbert’s recent game—The Cave—is getting ported to iOS devices. The iPad version of the game will be making it to the App Store this summer, according to TouchGen. The tablet-optimised version was showcased by Sega at E3 last week. Apparently, the iPad version of the game has gone through some major tweaking for the control …

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Xbox One to hit first 13 markets on November 22

Microsoft has ultimately announced the launch date for the Xbox One. The following-gen console might be hitting outlets in 13 markets on November 22. The primary markets to get the console will likely be Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Eire, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, UK and use. in step with Microsoft, the console shall be released in additional …

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PlayStation 4-exclusive Deep Down will be free-to-play

Capon has been beautiful quiet about its play station 4-unique, deep down, handiest giving out data at giant situations. At the Tokyo game show, Capon Producer Yoshinori Ono printed that Deep Down can be a free-to-play title. Consistent with Polygon, the company hopes to get an open beta for Deep Down ready by the time the play station four hits …

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Learn How to Delete Windows 8 Search Query History !

Hello Everyone Now I have shifted to Windows 8 so Started discovering many thing and I will provide you everything that will be help-full to you 🙂 Windows search option always gives us the option to find programs, files and folders on the computer with one click. With every new version of its operating system, Microsoft increases its features and …

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Windows 8 basics: Tips, tricks, and cures

Windows 8 Love it or hate it, Windows 8 is a major departure from Microsoft’s past interfaces. While previous versions of Windows kept mostly the same mouse-driven metaphor as their predecessors, even veteran Windows users may find the start of their Windows 8 experience a little disorienting. Love it or hate it, Windows 8 is a major departure from Microsoft’s …

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