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Company of Heroes 3 review — Capturing the chaos of war in a real-time strategy game – VentureBeat.com
Relic Entertainment’s Company of Heroes 3 has launched. VentureBeat’s Dean Takahashi gives an in-depth review of COH3, praising its maps, campaigns, and missions, and rating the game 4.5 out of 5.
How Microsoft’s Nvidia deal works for gamers — with or without Activision – TheVerge.com
The Verge spoke with Nvidia’s GeForce Now VP, Phil Eisler, to discuss Microsoft’s freshly inked deal to bring Xbox games to the GeForce Now cloud gaming service. The companies hope to break the “chicken-and-egg” cycle cloud services had in the past, where a lack of enough games failed to attract players, which in turn failed to attract new publishers.
Microsoft Signs 10-Year Deal To Bring Call Of Duty To Nintendo – GameInformer.com
Call of Duty games are heading to Nintendo platforms once Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision is complete. Microsoft and Nintendo signed a 10-year agreement regarding the franchise. Nintendo players will have access to new Call of Duty games with “full content and feature parity” comparable to the experience available on Xbox platforms.
Valve set a trap to catch and ban 40,000 Dota 2 cheaters – Polygon.com
After discovering an exploit used by third-party cheating clients in Dota 2, Valve patched the error but also cleverly left a honeypot to catch cheaters attempting to access the data formerly exposed by the exploit. The first wave of bans has exposed more than 40,000 cheaters so far with potentially more to come in an ongoing campaign against cheating.