Video Games

Mobile gaming has come a long way since Snake on your Nokia 3310.

Games to go: Five recent mobile apps you should download right away

January 5th, 2017

Mobile gaming has come a long way since Snake on your Nokia 3310.

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    Director Fumito Ueda has once again constructed a beautiful world, with incredible structures and gorgeous soft light spilling over everything.

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    The game looks gorgeous, but its story doesn't hold up.

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    Developer Infinity Ward has clearly focused mostly on the game’s single-player campaign this time.

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    DreamHack Masters, coming to the MGM in February, has a $450,000 payout.

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    I spent the next 30 hours trying to recapture that sensation.

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