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Jump into an action packed multiplayer experience with up to 12 players and respawns without boring downtime. Featuring more than 40 unique maps and various game modes (BAM Royale, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, Virus Infection, Gun Game and Classic Deathmatch).
Battle Royale is the video game genre of the modern day. It has everything that keeps a person hooked: a massively multiplayer environment, strategy, fun, and the ability to openly free roam with friends. Best of all, more opportunities for VR gaming grow every day.
Battle royale games have seen several unique spins that make these titles seem way more exciting and nuanced. Powerjackers' take on this genre is by combining the chaos of battle royale games with superhero powers.
Rec Room is a virtual reality exclusive that works on various devices. This game offers many tools to the players to create their adventures and play them with their fellow friends. Think of it like Roblox but much more compelling due to face-to-face interactions. In Rec Room, players can build and play games together or party up to chat worldwide.
In Stand Out, players can build forts to survive and play the way they want. When it comes to the gameplay, Stand Out is more in line with games such as PUBG. However, the gunplay resembles the fast-paced Call of Duty series.
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The following is a list of all April 2018 video game release dates. This list will be updated whenever new video game release dates are announced. Major releases are in bold. If you have made any video games you would like us to cover on this blog (whether they are on this list or not), feel free to contact us.
Jump into an action-packed multiplayer experience with up to 12 players and respawns without boring downtime. Featuring more than 40 unique maps in different game modes (BAM Royale, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, Virus Infection, Gun Game, and Classic Deathmatch).
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Jump into an action packed multiplayer experience with up to 12 players and respawns without boring downtime. Featuring more than 40 unique maps and various game modes (BAM Royale, Gun Game, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, Virus Infection and Classic Deathmatch) allowing to utilize more than 40 unique weapons!
Virtual reality has significantly progressed and is now being used in a variety of ways, from providing immersive gaming experiences, to helping treat psychological disorders, to teaching new skills and even taking terminally ill people on virtual journeys. VR has many applications and with the rise in smartphone technology VR will be even more accessible.
Electric Lights-Out Orchestra(1) Cordless devices need cords for docking stations. (2) GE and Siemens generating less interest for their large turbines. (3) GE blames renewables. (4) Power is getting decentralized in the electric power business. (5) Less demand for coal-fired plants in China and India. (6) Emerging economies emerging into services. (7) Electric cars could juice up electricity demand, met by more solar panels. (8) Cobots are more human-friendly than robots. (9) Last one to leave the factory floor gets to shut the lights off forever.
High Flyers(1) Looking for froth. (2) Breadth indicators showing broad-based advance. (3) Analysts turning even more bullish on S&P 500 revenues, and see double-digit earnings growth this year and next two years. (4) Revenues and earnings are flying for the high-flying Magnificent 10 of the S&P 500. (5) Six Republican senators are on the fence. Trump needs four of them to pass tax reform. (6) What do the six fence sitters want
Giving Thanks(1) Trick question: Who creates jobs, politicians or employers (2) Businesses doing well despite Washington. (3) Cutting the government-imposed costs of doing business is a good thing. (4) For small business owners, government regulations are less of a problem than finding workers. (5) Small and medium companies hire more workers than large ones. (6) Just in time for the holidays: Cornucopia of good revenues and earnings. (7) Record-high forward revenues and earnings are bullish. (8) Profit margin remains at record high. (9) Q3 earnings would have been better but for the hurricanes.
Birth Dearth(1) P&G not sure why sales are weak. (2) Bringing up fewer babies. (3) Fewer diapers and less shampoo. (4) Pulp nonfiction. (5) Abe wants Japanese to have more babies. (6) Abe also wants to beef up military. (7) Another sales tax hike is on the way. (8) Better Japanese GDP growth led by exports. (9) Inflation remains MIA. (10) In Japan, 75 is the new 65. (11) Will daycare revive Japan
On a Winning Streak(1) Germany and South Korea chirping a happy song. (2) South Korean exports soaring. (3) German new orders at record high. (4) Five reasons why the global economy is booming. (5) German domestic orders for consumer goods confirming that mass migration is boosting growth. (6) Go Global beating Stay Home in dollars more than in local currencies. (7) Will winning streak last for Emerging Markets
Stocks Not Too Hot (1) Valuation question hanging over the bull. (2) Taking sides with and against Goldilocks. (3) CAPE fear: Prof. Shiller alarms, while Prof. Siegel assures. (4) Rule of 20 and the Misery-Adjusted P/E. (5) The S&P 500 real earnings yield shows stocks are fairly valued. (6) Census Bureau updates its senseless measure of household income. (7) It was up a lot during 2015 and 2016, but is only just above 2000 level. (8) More nonfamily households (who earn less than families) exaggerating income stagnation and inequality. (9) Real consumption per household shows significant increase in standard of living.
Over There & Over Here(1) While the Atlantic Ocean is getting warmer, stocks are getting hotter. (2) Venturing abroad. (3) The weak dollar has contributed greatly to outperformance of Go Global vs. Stay Home this year. (4) Boosting global growth: Lower oil prices, European immigration, Chinese bank loans. (5) Industrial production making record highs in Germany. (6) Chinese using more electricity. (7) Global revenues and earnings outlook looks upbeat to industry analysts around the world.
Healthy Returns(1) Biotechs have been taking good care of investors this year. (2) More FDA approvals help. (3) Drugs are increasingly more specialized, treating fewer people at higher prices. (4) T-cells on speed to the rescue. (5) Drug companies buying drugs. (6) Altering genes. (7) Pharmas lagging Biotechs. (8) Chinese fire drill for cryptocurrencies.
Go With the Capital Flows(1) Dollar moved down as global economy was moving on up. (2) Dollar peaked after Trump won and before latest two Fed rate hikes. (3) Draghi and Kuroda are more dovish than Brainard and Yellen. (4) Our international capital flows proxy turned less bullish for the dollar last year. (5) International reserves holdings by central banks also a good barometer for the dollar. (6) Draghi has done whatever it takes, yet the euro is strengthening again. (7) Are emerging markets less prone to Fed tightening tantrums (8) Oil and the dollar divergence is unusual.
Steady Does It(1) The four seasons. (2) Industry analysts holding onto double-digit S&P 500 earnings growth for 2017 and 2018. (3) Earnings outlook more likely buoyed by improving global economy than by Trump agenda, which is still on the come. (4) Consensus forward revenues and earnings providing bullish guidance. (5) Global PMIs signaling slow, but steady growth. (6) European holiday: lots of festive indicators. (7) French are world-class shoppers. (8) Two drags on growth: labor shortages and subdued wage gains.
Now, Voyager(1) Team tours abroad. (2) Voyager now on Google Earth. (3) France: The more things change, the more they stay the same. (4) Commodity prices still trending higher. (5) High PMIs. (6) French and German shoppers are shopping. (7) Inflation disinflating again (8) Overseas revenues and earnings growth rates rising. (9) Asian exports data showing widespread strength. (10) IMF raising rather than lowering growth outlook, for a change. (11) Bette Davis assesses the global economy.
Jeff Bezos, The Terminator(1) Jeff Bezos and Sigourney Weaver both have powerful exoskeletons. (2) Amazon is killing its competitors and inflation. (3) A short history of the plot to murder inflation. (4) From the Walmart price to the China price to the Amazon price. (5) Killing more and more categories. (6) Nearly one-third of GAFO online now. (7) More jobs at risk in retailing than manufacturing. (8) The hole in the mall. (9) Will theaters die along with anchor stores (10) Autos getting weighed down by debt. (11) Used car prices falling.
Panning for Gold(1) Looking for good buys. (2) Looking for earnings outperformers. (3) A simple screen. (4) Industrials benefitting from end of energy recession. (5) Railroads hauling more fracking sand, again, and even coal. (6) Lots of Financials making the grade. (7) Some Tech industries stand out. (8) Specialty Chemicals are special. (9) Surprising finds among consumer-related industries. (10) Mexicans who lose their factory jobs will be shovel-ready. (11) We reckon there are only 900,000 jobs to bring back from Mexico. 153554b96e