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​ Giving the Gift of Casual Gaming

One of the most interesting statistics about casual gaming was cited by Fortune magazine in late April: Candy Crush, a simple mobile game that involves lining up a series of sweets to continue playing, is closing in on Call of Duty as the most popular digital gaming title in the world.

Hardcore gamers who spend serious dollars on consoles and PC gaming rigs are being outspent by casual gaming fans. According to a report in Fortune magazine, the global video game market in 2016 is expected to be valued at nearly $100 billion, and 27 percent is taken up by casual games.

By 2017, casual games will become a $32 billion industry. It is not surprising to learn that Activision, a brand typically associated with major PC and console video games, paid $6 billion to acquire King Games, developer of Candy Crush.

Casual gaming has truly captured the hearts and thumbs of mobile device owners who enjoy having a bit of fun now and then. One of the most significant factors attracting people to casual games is their low cost and accessibility; browsing the iTunes App Store or the Google Play marketplace is certainly not complicated, and installing a new game does not require a major investment.

Even some hardcore gamers are discovering the joys of spending a few minutes playing mobile titles that require puzzle skills and quick reflexes; something that they enjoy in this regard is the intimacy created by having to take on challenges that are as close as their mobile device.

If you have friends who are into casual gaming, you can be sure that they will certainly appreciate an iTunes or Google Play gift card. Even with a value of just $15, casual gamers will certainly be able to get their fix of fun gaming with a few titles.

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​Civilization VI Offers a Refreshing Change

Civilization VI came out a couple of weeks ago, so people have finally had time to experience the game and put their thoughts together. Those impressions have been overwhelming positive. That's only to be expected, since the Civilization series has been impressing reviewers for about a quarter of a century, but good reviews are never [...]

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​Final Fantasy 7 Remake Will be a Three Part Episodic Game

For some reason, millions of gamers cannot let go of 'Final Fantasy 7.' Was the story really that amazing? Were the graphics for the time really that awesome? Did the game really leave a lasting mark on our souls forever? The answer to all of those questions is a definite yes.When I heard that 'Final [...]

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​Mirrors Edge: Catalyst!

Gamer's of the world, still your beating hearts. Faith Conners is back and running faster than ever. The 2008 reboot of Mirrors Edge is here and is sure to not disappoint fans of this epic, first-player, action adventure game.  Mirrors Edge: Catalyst, brings us back to Faith, the orphaned renegade who is determined that she will [...]

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​More Games on Sale as Nintendo Selects

School may be back in session, but Nintendo has a brand new reason for people of all ages to play hard: eight more hit games have become Nintendo Selects. Five are for the 3DS and three are for the Wii U. Each of these titles comes at a price of just $19.99.3DS• Animal Crossing: New Leaf• Luigi's [...]

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Batman: The Telltale Series Comes to Steam

In exciting news for fans of PC games, Batman - The Telltale Series is now available on Steam. Currently, only PC support is available, but Mac support is expected later in the week. Batman - The Telltale Series is a point-and-click adventure spread out across five episodes. Like many other Telltale games, this series provides high-pressure [...]

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​Did You Miss It? You Can Buy Real-life Nuka-Cola at Target

The Fallout series is one of those rare games with deep, consistent lore that grows stronger with each installment. History in the Fallout universe is identical to our own up until 1945. During that year, the U.S. split into 13 commonwealths. This breakup caused significant divergences in technological and societal developments when compared to the [...]

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​Saints Row Creators Unveil New IP

After Saints Row IV and their expansions, in which the Saints gained superpowers, traveled to the depths of hell and fought aliens from another dimension, many gamers were left wondering what the next installment would bring. What could Saints Row V do that could top battling the devil himself? We may not know for awhile, [...]

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​Sony Announces Games for Playstation Virtual Reality Headset

The Sony Playstation has been at the forefront of gaming technology since its inception in 1994. The Playstation 4 has been receiving rave reviews for its realistic gaming experiences and great game titles. Now Sony is entering the new field of Virtual Reality headsets by selling its own Playstation version in October. At E3, Sony announced [...]

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Exciting Gloom in the New Doom

Are you ready for more infernal adventures? In the classic Doom series, players tried their hand at blasting demonic menaces into a bloody pulp with an effing gun. Now, you can take a trip to the dark side again and defend the world from even stronger diabolical creatures. New Doom has the same game play [...]

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