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HTC U Ultra review

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago29 comments

Huawei Watch 2 review

by Joshua Vergara 4 days ago37 comments

Everything new in Android O: features and changes

by Kris Carlon 4 days ago10 comments

The not-so-secret weapon in Samsung flagships

by John Velasco 3 days ago54 comments
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CRYENGINE adds support for Oculus Rift, Linux and Android TV

With CRYENGINE's update to version 3.8.1, the company adds support to Oculus Rift, Linux and Android TV, reaching a whole new spectrum of new and old markets.
by Edgar CervantesJune 20, 20158

Fibble – Flick N’ Roll is a dramatically different kind of Crytek game

When you think of Crytek, what comes to mind? For most of us it is games like Far Cry and Crysis. Don't let these titles fool you into thinking that Crytek can only do hardcore gaming, ...
by Andrew GrushOctober 22, 20122

EA, Activision, and Crytek put their weight behind new Kindles, announce Kindle Fire optimized titles

Just a couple of days have passed since Jeff Bezos summoned the press in an aircraft hangar in Santa Monica to introduce Amazon’s new Kindle Fire family of tablets. Now, a number of ...
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 8, 20121

Yeah, but can it run Crysis? Tablets may soon surpass consoles, says games developer Crytek

When the Crysis FPS game came out on the PC in 2007, it pushed the boundaries of what gaming graphics should look like. The “Can it run Crysis?” catchphrase ...
by LucianAugust 8, 20126
 
 

Cytek announces “Fibble: Flick ‘n Roll”, their first game for Android and iOS

Crytek, the creators of gritty, ultra-violent, and all-around bloody video games such as Far Cry and the Crysis series, has now moved into the mobile gaming arena. But their ...
by Ankit BanerjeeMarch 19, 2012
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