At Sega Fes 2019, Sega announced that it will finally release a retro version of its Sega Genesis console later this year: the Sega Genesis Mini. The Genesis Mini was supposed to launch last year until Sega delayed it to bring development in-house. Now it has revealed a reworked retro console that will come with 40 built-in games and will hit stores on September 19th, 2019.
According to Kotaku, the Genesis Mini / Mega Drive will have slightly different game lineups when released. The Japanese version will include Castlevania Bloodlines, Comix Zone, Gunstar Heroes, Madou Monogatari Ichi, Powerball, Puyo Puyo 2, Rent-a-Hero, Shining Force, Sonic 2, and Space Harrier II, while the US version will include Altered Beast, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Comix Zone, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, Ecco the Dolphin, Gunstar Heroes, Shining Force, Sonic The Hedgehog, Space Harrier II, and ToeJam & Earl. Additional...
Apple is unveiling a new Apple Arcade game subscription service today at the company’s show time event. Unlike cloud gaming services from competitors like Sony, Microsoft, Google, and Nvidia, Apple’s gaming subscription isn’t designed to stream games to iOS devices. Instead, it’s a subscription game service for titles that can be installed from the App Store.
Apple Arcade will give subscribers access to more than 100 "premium" games that they can play on their Apple devices, whether that means iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. The company is throwing some money at exclusives and has enlisted some big-name talent like Final Fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, Ken Wong and Will Wright.
"Since every game includes access to the full experience, including all game features, content and future updates, no additional purchases will be required," reads the website.
Can the video game industry sustain yet another console? Well we’re about to find out because yesterday, Google left no doubt that it’s making a serious move into video gaming with a teaser trailer for what surely looks like its own game console.
So what will this Google console be? In the past we’ve heard rumors of multiple potential models of hardware with different levels of power. Maybe there’s an entry-level unit similar to that of an Nvidia Shield or Apple TV micro-console while a premium model has moderate PC specs? Of course this is only speculation but we are very intrigued to see what Google has up its sleeve. The console would also surely take advantage of Google’s...
Above: Xbox Live for Mobile Announced
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In a push from Microsoft to make Xbox games and services more available cross-platform Microsoft announced today that it is bringing the full Xbox Live experience to iOS and Android games on mobile devices. Features of Xbox Live like achievements, Gamerscore, hero stats, friend lists, clubs, and even some family settings will all be available on iOS and Android.
For game developers, you will be able to pick and choose parts of Xbox Live to integrate into their games, and it will all be enabled through a single sign-in to a Microsoft Account. Microsoft is using its identity network to support login, privacy, online safety, and child...
We open march strong with the almost released Devil May Cry 5! An exciting new entry in the Devil May Cry franchise. Fear not for those who are faint of heart though, as we will also be receiving the slower paced 3DS Title Kirby's Epic Yarn in addition to a plethora of indie titles.
Devil May Cry 5
A man known as "V" comes to the Devil May Cry office to hire Dante to solve a series of demon attacks occurring across the world. Meanwhile, Nero has set up his own demon hunting agency based out of a van adorned with a neon "Devil May Cry" sign Dante gave him with support by his engineer Nico, who built him a robotic prosthetic arm called the "Devil Breaker" after his original Devil Bringer arm was taken by a mysterious hooded individual. Nero's hunt for the hooded figure, a powerful demon named Urizen, brings him to Red Grave City, which Dante deduces as the epicenter of the demon attacks. The city then becomes ground...
Greetings Provim Gamers! I am excited to announce a test run of Guest Posting on our site - an an attempt to get our users to connect in new and exciting ways.
For Guests: Perhaps, the best part of guest posting is that it allows you to enter an our community, and share your message. It allows you to connect with new people, which can ultimately benefit you, if you do it right.
If you’re adding value to the discussion, you’re going to see feel that positivity over time. Conversely, if all you’re ever doing is asking or selling, you may end up famous, but with a reputation you don’t want. (You don’t want to be “that guy” who’s hawking his own agenda.)
Guests Should still follow all rules or risk being IP Banned.
Add value. Help people. Be patient. Please post in English And over time, you’ll win.
The end of February 2019 is upon us and what an interesting month it has been here at LB3! So let's dive into it (Click read more for the full list!)
Deponia Doomsday is a point-and-click adventure created by Daedalic Entertainment and released in March 2016. It is the fourth installment of the Deponia franchise. The first three parts are considered a trilogy. This installment is "paralellic."
Welcome back to Provim Gaming, our community side of LB3!
We strive to be not just a community for everyone from the most hardcore gamer to the most casual “just one more” gamer. We’re developers, but more importantly – we’re players just like you.
We have been around since 2010 and are the creators of popular gaming servers such as The-Hub, Theather Gaming and finally our pride and joy Provim Gaming which is being relaunched right now!
We’ve brought you popular gametypes for famous games through-out the years. Survival Servers with hundreds of players, Minecrafts Attack on Titan minigame, Gmod’s Darkness Falls – All us!
We’re a dedicated team that has persevered year after year and now we bring our most exciting news yet! In addition to relaunching our Minecraft servers, Gmod servers and jumping on the newly announced Hytale – we also are developing our own mobile games!
Not only that but we are launching a community for all games, anywhere anytime. We look forward to you joining...