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Weekly NGG: PlayStation Now, Steam Machines, Humble Bundle X, and more!

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The world of gaming news improved over last week all thanks to CES. Plus there were a few other stealthy announcements as well. Let's not delay this jam packed edition any longer. Sit back and enjoy another round of News, Games, Geeks.


  • Sony announced their streaming gaming service set to release this summer, PlayStation Now, which will allow people to stream PS1/PS2/PS3 games on their PS3/PS4 systems initially
  • Valve showed off thirteen prototype Steam Machines being developed by other companies, which all vary in price and in specs
  • Nintendo owes Tomita, a company that sued Nintendo over its use of 3D technology in the 3DS, $15 million along with a percentage of hardware sales
  • A Far Cry compilation containing Far Cry 1, 2, 3, and Blood Dragon will launch on February 11 for the PS3, retailing at $40
  • The team behind Left 4 Dead announced their new game, Evolve, which is featured in the February issue of Game Informer
  • Humble Bundle X launched with six games available for PC, Linux, and Mac
  • Broken Age, the Kickstarter game from Double Fine, will be given out to its backers next week on January 14
  • Yoshi’s New Island on 3DS got a release date for March 14
  • For charity, a gamer attempted to get through the NES classic, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out

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News sources credited to Games Press, IGN, and Kotaku.


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