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The current generation of games consoles consists of the Microsoft Xbox 360 (launched November 2005),...

The current generation of games consoles consists of the Microsoft Xbox 360 (launched November 2005), the Sony PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii (both launched November 2006). Call of Duty Warzone might come to smartphones, reveals Activision’s job listing Activision might soon start working on the mobile version of its popular battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone. A job listing on the company’s website has revealed that the developer is looking for an Executive Producer, Features for a new mobile game under the ps3 COD series, which is referred to as WZM. This may be the short form of Warzone Mobile. See every detail come to life in PUBG Mobile with High Definition Graphics. Spot the enemy first and never back down. Take your game to the next level. Facebook fan pages, groups, events, etc. are getting more popular by the day. Fan pages and groups are very handy for promotional activities. This is why almost every well-known brand has a Facebook fan page and is investing lot of money to get exposure to their core constituents.

Pocket War, developed b MetalShard (), is a strategic turn-based war game in which you start with a single city that can produce an assortment of war machines and troops in order to try and defeat the automated computer opponent. The new version 1.58 is more realistic and includes additional options. You have to register the demo ($24.97) in order to unlock the Save, multiplayer-disabled, 150 turns max options. The era that had 32-bit consoles, and later 64-bit consoles were developed. The fifth generation of video games saw the introduction of 3D graphics and compact disks. This era also saw the rise of Sony as a dominant force in the video game industry with the introduction of Sony’s Playstation One. Sega also released the Sega Saturn console, and Nintendo launched the Nintendo 64 console. Compact disks became the norm in this era, with both Sony and Sega abandoning the use of cartridges. Nintendo however, maintained the use of cartridges on its Nintendo 64.