If you didn’t have a chance to finish Assassin’s Creed Odyssey playing it on Google’s Project Stream, Ubisoft has decided not to let a little thing like ownership interfere with your experience. Anyone who plays the game on Google’s game streaming service for at least an hour between now and January 15th (the end of the test), will get a free PC copy via Ubisoft’s Uplay service, plus 1,000 helix credits for all Project Stream participants. Read More
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Smartphones have achieved the ridiculous level of market penetration they have thanks in no small part to their universal utility: While in the not-too-distant past you might have carried around a separate MP3 player, game console, PDA, flashlight, and any number of other accessories in addition to your cell phone, having all this functionality baked into one device is what helps make the general-purpose smartphone so appealing. But lately we’ve been seeing the emergence of more specialized phones, and easily the most visible segment there has been hardware targeted at gamers. Read More
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The video game Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is down to $29.99 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at Amazon today. This is a fairly new game, just released in early October, and still regularly sells for around the $60 price. Today’s deal is a price-match of a one-day sale at Best Buy, so it’s very likely this deal won’t last for very long.