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Since its launch nearly two months ago, Konami Digital Entertainment reports that its social media game "Puzzle Chasers" has steadily increased in monthly active users and continues to see substantial growth. The new IP, which was released in June, is already touting one million monthly active users (MAUs), according to Konami Digital Entertainment. ...Read more »
It's that time of year again when websites all over the internet are pumping out depth charts and top 300 lists. Even MTV is joining in on the fantasy action, though their league leaders won't be rushing for 1,000 yards anytime soon.
As part of MTV's "Power of 12" campaign, the television network officially launched the first-of-its-kind "Fantasy Election '12," a desktop...Read more »
Comic book juggernaut Marvel reminded gamers that they will have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a superhero they can save the world with from the comfort of their own homes.
During a panel at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, much was discussed about creating succesful games based on their characters through compelling story-telling and true-to-character experiences.
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Facebook is rolling out the new Timeline layout that was announced in September. Timeline -- an endless stream of all you’ve ever posted, friendships you’ve made, photos you were tagged in and even links that you’ve liked -- will replace the iconic Facebook profile.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg called the changes as constructing "the story of your life."
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Video chat on Facebook is the “awesome” new product launch Mark Zuckerberg alluded to earlier this week.
At a Facebook's news conference Wednesday, Zuckerberg and Neil Stevens of Skype officially announced that Facebook users will soon be able to experience seamless and free face-to-face video calling with Facebook buddies. Best of all, Skype video will be integrated directly...Read more »
A new Facebook initiative, called Sponsored Stories, allows the site’s advertisers to repurpose users’ mentions of their brands into ads on the site, according to CNET. Users who check in at a company’s store, recommend a news feed, click “like” on a brand page, or take action in a Facebook application, are vulnerable to showing up in an ad. Although the site says it...Read more »