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The Activision and Take-Two takeover rumours are probably not true.

The publisher company ‘Activision’ which used to be a major component in the video game industry now hold just only a few key titles such as Call of Duty, Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. 349 more words

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Here's our always up-to-date guide to games delayed in 2014:

“” is pushed back until is becoming perhaps the most acquainted headline to many¬†gaming blogs as companies continuously re-adjust and delay their games with final tweaks and edits. 1,232 more words

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Why do people find incredibly difficult games addictive?

Flappy Birds is an obvious phenomenon when discussing the topic of addictive difficult games; wherever you’d go during this phase, you would witness the public glued on their screen of their smartphone with a 8/10 chance that they were on this ridiculous app. 640 more words

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Mindfulness: why 'coming back down to earth' is a good thing

“Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child – our own two eyes. 426 more words


Why is opening up so hard?

There is a lovely saying, which I often find myself using: “We are as young as our spines are flexible.”

This is so true – you see it in those who have practised yoga their whole lives and seem to defy age (this is what I’m holding out for!). 370 more words


Is the Vita dead in the water? Short answer, no!

That Sony Gamescom conference sure was a spectacular feast, it definitely proved that they definitely know how to support their console so that it’s worth buying – well one of their consoles at least! 747 more words

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Resilient residents

By Erick Okwama

Life in the informal settlements is majorly associated with socio-economic adversities however a deep look into Kibera, the second largest informal settlement in Africa after Soweto gives as the secret behind the resilience of the urban poor. 560 more words

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