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Microsoft's Xbox Live cross-platform gaming coming to iOS and Android


Xbox Live cross-platform gaming coming to iOS and Android

Microsoft is expected to unveil a new Software Development Kit (SDK) during the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 which will allow developers to include Xbox Live features on their iOS and Android games.

Mario is coming to mobile as Nintendo partners with DeNA on smartphone games


Mario is coming to mobileDeNA, the powerful mobile game developer behind titles like Final Fantasy, Blood Brothers, Transformers and so on, will be partnering with Nintendo to bring its classics to mobile platforms.

Nintendo Wii U


Nintendo Wii U
The Wii U is a video gaming console designed and manufactured by Nintendo and the successor to the Nintendo Wii. The console supports 1080p graphics and has 2GB of memory. It will be available in a basic white version with 8GB of internal storage and a premium black version with 32GB of storage.

The full Nintendo Wii U specifications follow:

The Amazing Spider-Man


The Amazing Spider-ManAs the Amazing Spider-Man hits theaters on June 28th, it is also set to be available on gaming consoles around the same time.

You can get behind the mask of your favorite wall-crawler and enjoy the power of Spider-man. Sources have revealed that the storyline in the game takes place after the film, so be sure to watch the film and follow our favorite web-head's story.

Head over to the following links to pre-order The Amazing Spider-man right now, so you can be among the first to enjoy the game when it becomes available.

Nintendo Wii



The Wii is a gaming console designed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was announced on September 14, 2006 and launched in the US on November 19, 2006 and in the UK on December 8, 2006. The device features the Wii Remote which is a handheld controller which detects movement in three dimensions. The Wii also features WiiConnect24 which allows owners to receive messages and updates over the internet while the device is in standby mode.

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