The two-day consumer expo will take place at Bombay Exhibition Centre on November 14 and 15. Registration is free for all.
Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8 users, and they can already reserve the free upgrade.
Aside from launching the new notebooks, MSI has also opened its first branded store in Delhi and sponsored an Indian eSports team.
Net neutrality is vital for gaming to flourish in India, but telecom companies are trying really hard to break it. Here’s why you should be concerned and what you can do to stop them.
IVG has consistently been the number one source for gaming news in India for the last eight years, thanks to our dedicated team and passionate community, and we’re now expanding the team.
Save big on games like GTAV, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Max Payne 3, Hitman: Absolution, Batman: Arkham Origins, Borderlands 2, Murdered: Soul Suspect, and more.
Azeem Banatwalla talks about the Indian gamer’s journey from being forced into piracy due to lack of availability of games to today being able to get all our favourite games on Day 1.
Promises improved load times and higher frame rates in games.
Milestone’s first mobile game out this year.
Apple’s iOS remains the most popular mobile platform for game devs.
The next stage in IVG’s grand plan for world domination.
It’s not like IVG members need a guide to gaming, but the guys over at Chip magazine and Tech2.com (that includes Nash and myself) have put together the latest issue of All About, which is Chip’s monthly e-magazine that targets a different tech category in each issue. The May issue is All About Gaming, and the focus of the magazine is to act as a guide to those who are new to gaming.
Unfortunately for us Indians, there aren’t any reputed colleges here that provide game development courses. Therefore, I’ve made a little list of the top colleges around the world that specialise in this field for prospective students.
It feels like it’s been ages since the last IVG Podcast. So Nash and I finally decided to get on Skype and see if we still remembered how it was done. As it turns out, we never knew how it was done in the first place, but regardless, we finally have IVG Podcast #12 after a gap of six months
Page two of today’s Mumbai edition of the Hindustan Times contains a column called Tribes of Mumbai, which “celebrates the diversity of urban communities”. Today’s topic was gaming, and when you’re talking about gaming communities in India, you can’t really ignore IVG. So we get a nice little plug in there. [singlepic id=1227 w=450 float=center]
US-based Qualcomm Inc recently announced a gaming solution for ‘The Next Billion’ – the Zeebo. Targetted primarily at developing countries such as India, China, Russia, and Brazil, the Zeebo aims to succeed where other consoles have failed by enforcing anti-piracy measures and maintaining competitive prices. While they are very optimistic in their planning, anyone with […]
The first ever Indian-developed console game – Hanuman: Boy Warrior – was launched today in Mumbai, with a surprisingly large mainstream media contingent in presence. Clearly, the idea of an Indian PS2 game based on Hanuman has people interested and taking notice. Regardless of how this game fares quality-wise, it at least gets the ball […]
SKOAR!, the Indian gaming magazine…the only Indian gaming magazine, which always seemed to be embroiled in one controversy after another before finally being shut down, is back. Its distasteful editorial style, which included liberal use of F-bombs and openly abusing its own readers, was only one of the many reasons for Skoar quickly falling out […]
Starting with this review, we’re quite drastically changing the format for IndianVideoGamer reviews in order to bring more community involvement into them. We’ve assembled some of the best writers from the IVG community to form the IndianVideoGamer Reviewers Club, and henceforth, if this system works, all our reviews will present multiple points of view on […]
You guys have no idea about the kind of sh*t Nash and I had to go through to finally get this podcast online. After three failed attempts, we finally, after a huge delay, have podcast #8 up. For those wondering about the name of the podcast, the “Name the Podcast” contest and the contest winner, […]
We in India like to buy things that are cheap. So much so that we are even willing to sacrifice on quality a little bit to get things cheap. As a result, piracy has always been rampant in our country. It’s become second nature to us. We would rather pay Rs 50 for a pirated […]
C:\> cd c&d Very simply put, the above-mentioned DOS command was the beginning of my tryst with gaming. The game was Car & Driver, a racing game from Looking Glass Studios and published by EA. The system was a ‘revolutionary’ Pentium II-based PC, belonging to a friend. You see, I didn’t have a PC at […]
India is expected to see huge growth in the video game industry in the coming years, not only in terms of game sales, but also with regards to video game development. While this has been acknowledged by several industry leaders, EA has been the first to make its move, first establishing its publishing business in […]