Most Obscure Console Ever iQue Player Review Nintendo

A small video, long time in the make, finally my review for the iQue Player is here! Have a look as I take you back some 15 years, show off one of my new favourite 64-bit games in Sin and Punishment, and check out the new NintendoKid apparel! List of iQue Player’s games source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IQue_Player iQue’s website: https://www.ique.com/ Instagram feed of my game collecting friend: https://www.instagram.com/ern_enn/ AV to HDMI converter: https://if-link.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008849860518/pdtl/HDMI-converter/1152332725/AV-to-HDMI-Converters.htm?state_filt=CN_CNFUJ?? Link to Arena of Valor (free download): https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/arena-of-valor-switch Please be sure to follow me on Twitter, as I cover all the latest and greatest in th...

Tencent Is Bigger Than EA, Activision, Ubisoft And Take-Two Combined

A lot of people in the West are not familiar with this name, but Tencent, a Chinese company is a giant in the gaming world. As noted by Seeking Alpha, the tech firm’s market cap crossed $500 billion recently, making it bigger than EA, Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard and Take-Two combined. In the past year, Tencent has doubled its stock price, and the latest market cap comes after it posted the third quarter, with profits up close to 70%. To put things in perspective, the company’s standing right now is more in line with behemoths like Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google’s Alphabet. With stakes in major players like Supercell, Epic GamesĀ  and Riot Games, Tencent’s global presence continues to grow day by day. It also seems to have its eyes on the acquisition of Blueho...

Tencent Is One Of The Biggest Video Game Companies You Probably Never Heard About

What comes to your mind when you think of huge video game companies? EA, Valve and Sony must be first that occupy that place in your mind. But there is another company as big as the above-mentioned, or perhaps even bigger and I bet you can’t guess. It’s Tencent. Founded on 11th November 1998 in Shenzhen Guangdong, China, the company wasn’t able to generate profit for the first three years of its existence. They had an instant messaging program just like Snapchat called OICQ, that was considered to be their main product for their initial years. Later, the name was changed to QQ due to possible legal confusionS with ICQ. They initially made by advertisements and premium membership on QQ. They also generated a mascot which proved to be immensely POPULAR among the Chinese. Th...

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