Sony Unveils New PlayStation VISA Credit Card

Sony PlayStation VISA Credit Card

PlayStation fans rejoice, because Sony has just released a new PlayStation Credit Card. Based on what we know about it so far, it seems like a solid credit card option on its own merits, and seems like an excellent option for PlayStation fans who already give a lot of money to Sony between games, PlayStation Plus, and any other Sony services. Read on to see the PlayStation Credit Card’s benefits and fees to see if it’s right for you. By the way, you can customize your credit card, so it…

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Super Mario Run: Currently Half Off For All Levels

Super Mario Run

Big news for Nintendo fans who also love smartphone gaming: Super Mario Run is currently only $4.99 to unlock all levels, as opposed to the usual $9.99. Super Mario Run Disappointment When Super Mario Run was first teased, mobile gamers everywhere were immediately intrigued. This was arguably gaming’s biggest franchise being brought to smartphones everywhere, and since Mario is such a classic it seemed that a true port of the original Super Mario Bros. might even be on the way. Then, Super Mario Run came out. The fact that it…

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Assassin’s Creed Origins Will Have Bloodless Discovery Tour

Assassin's Creed Origins Discovery Tour Evisceration

Assassin’s Creed Origins, the next chapter from one of console gaming’s biggest franchises, is set to come out in just around a month, on October 27th. A free update that is expected to come out sometime next year will include a bloodless “Discovery Tour” mode, and that’s what I’m here to tell you about. With a free patch, Ubisoft will turn Assassin’s Creed into a choice between a combat-focused game and a non-combat educational tour. All Ages, Kid-Friendly Educational Assassin’s Creed The Discovery Tour mode will take out all the…

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Upcoming Mobile Games For Android In 2017


Hey smartphone gamers, it’s 2017 and mobile games are as good as they’ve ever been, so let’s take stock of some of the great upcoming mobile game releases for Android. These are just four games that will be coming out soon for Android, and they’re all from well-established franchises. If you’re an Android gamer, one of these upcoming mobile games should pique your interest. DigimonLinks Digimon is coming to your smartphone, and not in some card game version or something like that but in the form of what looks like…

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Variant: Limits: A Video Game That Teaches Calculus

Variant: Limits

When it comes to educational games, students are generally not as excited about them as their teachers are. There are some great examples out there, but there are so few that any new entry is welcome. Even the ones that are out there are usually geared towards elementary schoolers. This means that gamers over about 10 are out of luck if they want to learn about a subject from a video game. Those days are over, though, because if you want to learn an advanced subject like Pre-Calculus or Calculus,…

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SEGA Forever Expands Its Collection With Golden Axe

SEGA Forever Golden Axe

If you’re a loyal My Dpad reader, you know that we’ve been excited about SEGA Forever since it was first announced, since the Sega Genesis is one of our favorite consoles to emulate. With SEGA Forever, people who don’t know how to emulate (or don’t want to wade into the murky legal waters of emulation) can now take their favorite retro games on the go with them if they have a mobile device. There were a few notable omissions from the original crop of SEGA Forever games, and we mentioned…

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Five Great Upcoming Video Games In 2017

Hey My Dpad readers, it’s 2017 and we’re here today to talk about five exciting upcoming video game releases, mostly for the PC. NBA 2K18 is about to come out, and Football Manager 2018 (all three versions) will actually release in 2017, while Tropico 6 will not actually release until 2018, but that doesn’t mean I’m not excited about it right now.. These are the five upcoming games that I’m the most excited about right now, so let me tell you why you should be excited too. NBA 2K18 Coming…

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Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow Brings A New Episode

Futurama Worlds of Tomorrow

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has been giving Futurama superfans (like me) at least something of their favorite show for the last few months. Sure, it’s basically a Simpsons: Tapped Out ripoff from the same people who made Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff, but it’s Futurama, complete with myriad references to the show and the original voice actors. In fact, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is something of a new Futurama episode in its own right. That said, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is taking the next step by literally sponsoring a…

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Coming October 17

It’s official: The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is hitting your local computer on October 17th, 2017. We’ve known about the update for a few months, but now we know exactly when we can expect it on our machines. Windows updates are usually exciting (as long as they don’t start downloading in the middle of a Counter-Strike game), but what does the Fall Creators Update have in store for gamers? Well, the most exciting parts of the update for most people will probably be the mixed-reality features. Manufacturers like HP…

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Darkwood Developers: “Pirate This Game!”


In a move inspired by only the most altruistic Game Dev Tycoon players, Acid Wizard Studios has released a version of their own game on The Pirate Bay. Darkwood, a survival horror game, can now be downloaded completely free by anyone, and there’s exactly no difference between the free version and the $15 Steam version. Why is Acid Wizard Studios doing this? Basically, it’s because they’re cool guys. They want Darkwood to be available for anyone to play without having to spend a dime, and they want these free players…

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