Orchestra Concert to Bring Video Game Music to Life

The Youth Orchestras of San Antonio, also known as YOSA, will take the stage at the Tobin Center for the performing arts this weekend for their rendition of “Video Games Live”. — July 27, 2017 “We have the very best high school and college musicians from the San Antonio area playing together in this concert,” Troy Peters, Music Director at YOSA,

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How Apple Changed Gaming for the Better and the Worse

Apple’s now-signature product has made a lasting mark not only on our communications but many unexpected walks of life. For gaming, the iPhone sparked a gold rush and burst of creativity still felt today. — July 25, 2017 In the heart of Stockholm, Sweden, mobile games developer King has built its forest. Alongside Earth-toned carpeting and plywood, trees are walls coated

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Retro Gaming: Why Players Are Returning to the Classics

The market for consoles has continued to grow over the decades as technology companies across the globe try to get their bite out of the gaming pie. But almost 20 years into the new millennium, passionate players are still looking back in time to find their fix. — July 19, 2017 Whether you enjoyed curling up with Tetris on a

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‘Zelda Breath Of The Wild’: Future Of Video Games

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is seemingly riding the top of the charts these days. Reviews of the title are mostly favorable rather than negative. Some have even predicted that it could shape the future of video games! Discover the reasons for such a wide acceptance of this title. — July 18, 2017 The Legend Of Zelda: Breath

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10 Best Open-World Video Games

Take some time out and lose yourself in the best the industry has to offer! — July 14, 2017 Open world games used to be a rare treat, only released once in a blue moon, but now they’re coming out of the floodgates left, right and center. There’s plenty of choices, but only finite time and money. The genre can

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