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<b>Shadowverse</b> – Cygames reveals crossover with Street Fighter V

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Cygames reveals crossover with Street Fighter V [PC version] Japanese game developer Cygames has announced a collaboration with Capcom that will see characters from Street Fighter V appear in its collectible card game, Shadowverse.Starting this Spring, gamers worldwide will be able to get their hands on Street Fighter V themed character skins and card sleeves in Shadowverse, adding extra punch to the deep strategic gameplay on offer in Japan’s leading CCG.

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Cygames reveals crossover with Street Fighter V announced

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Cygames reveals crossover with Street Fighter V announced [PC version] Japanese game developer Cygames has announced a collaboration with Capcom that will see characters from Street Fighter V appear in its collectible card game, Shadowverse.Starting this Spring, gamers worldwide will be able to get their hands on Street Fighter V themed character skins and card sleeves in Shadowverse, adding extra punch to the deep strategic gameplay on offer in Japan’s leading CCG.

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Crossover with Street Fighter V announced

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Crossover with Street Fighter V announced [PC version] Japanese game developer Cygames has announced a collaboration with Capcom that will see characters from Street Fighter V appear in its collectible card game, Shadowverse.Starting this Spring, gamers worldwide will be able to get their hands on Street Fighter V themed character skins and card sleeves in Shadowverse, adding extra punch to the deep strategic gameplay on offer in Japan’s leading CCG.

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Online card game announces crossover with Street Fighter V

<b>Shadowverse</b> – Online card game announces crossover with Street Fighter V [PC version] Japanese game developer Cygames has announced a collaboration with Capcom that will see characters from Street Fighter V appear in its collectible card game, Shadowverse.Starting this Spring, gamers worldwide will be able to get their hands on Street Fighter V themed character skins and card sleeves in Shadowverse, adding extra punch to the deep strategic gameplay on offer in Japan’s leading CCG.

<b>Netmarble</b> – Overtime and weekend work banned starting this week

<b>Netmarble</b> – Overtime and weekend work banned starting this week Despite a glowing recent financial report where its operating profit increased by 81% year-on-year, Korean developer Netmarble had another major issue on its hands.You see, two Netmarble employees unexpectedly died last year, and many industry insiders blamed the heavy workload.

Too lazy to go buy a card? Facebook makes sending Valentine’s Cards easy

Too lazy to go buy a card? Facebook makes sending Valentine’s Cards easy The cards were created by Facebook artists, as well as external artists from New York and London, who incorporated a mixture of styles to’ capture the many things Valentine's Day could mean to you’.User will be given the option to select from a set of custom-designed cards, after which they can send to their would-be Valentine.

Aussies more romantic than Kiwis, Adobe reckons, but we like the bedroom

Aussies more romantic than Kiwis, Adobe reckons, but we like the bedroom New data from Adobe Stock has revealed Australians search for images relating to love and romance far more than Kiwis, coming in fourth of a list of countries searching for Valentine’s related imagery.However, it seems us Kiwis like to search for images of couple in the bedroom.

Lovers, be careful of dating apps this Valentine’s Day

Lovers, be careful of dating apps this Valentine’s Day Those hoping for a bit of lovin via a dating app are being warned to think twice, as malicious mobile apps related to romance and dating are coming in at full force.According to digital risk management firm RiskIQ, the approach of Valentine’s Day causes a recurring seasonal spike in the availability and downloads of legitimate, illegitimate, and malicious mobile apps related to romance and dating.

Kiwis’ broadband habits revealed

Kiwis’ broadband habits revealed It seems Kiwis like to break for dinner before diving head first into the screens, with new data from Chorus shedding some light on New Zealanders’ broadband habits.According to the figures, data usage on the Chorus network is at its lowest at 5am and begins to rise between 6am and 8:30am.

First Women in IT scholarship awarded

First Women in IT scholarship awarded The first Women in IT scholarship from Otago Polytechnic has been awarded, which will see one Bachelor of Information Technology student awarded with $1000 for ever year of study.I really feel like I’m in the right place,” Ryan says.

Education sector rejects Govt's National Standards assessment tool

Education sector rejects Govt's National Standards assessment tool The Government launched its new National Standards assessment website this week, and while Education Minister Hekia Parata says the tool has received ‘overwhlemingly positive’ feedback, statements from at least two industry bodies reject this claim.NZEI Te Riu Roa President Lynda Stuart says the website, which aims to promote an online judgement process for National Standards, is unlikely to get much interest from teachers.

Bad experiences for almost 70 percent of Kiwi online daters - tips for success

Bad experiences for almost 70 percent of Kiwi online daters - tips for success If you’re planning to find your Mr or Mrs Right online, then it would pay to take note of the New Zealand Norton Online Dating Survey first.In fact, 55 percent of respondents are spending at least an hour a day on online dating sites, with 53 percent of users finding it difficult to identify scammers.

MOTAT honours Kiwi innovators with latest exhibition

MOTAT honours Kiwi innovators with latest exhibition The Innovators is a showcase of some of New Zealand’s most prominent innovators now open at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).It is an exhibition which celebrates the entire process of innovation, from conceptualisation to creation and explores the learnings from setbacks overcome along the way.

Flying a drone at work? Now there's insurance specially made for mmercial UAVs

Flying a drone at work? Now there's insurance specially made for mmercial UAVs With the commercial UAV industry set to hit $127 billion globally in areas as vast as media, film, surveying, real estate and logistics, back home the rules and regulations around insurance and risks have been ‘patchy’, says Delta Insurance.There are no legal requirements for UAV operators to hold insurance, and current insurance solutions don’t cover risks that operators face.

NordVPN's top tips to help you stay savvy about your internet privacy

NordVPN's top tips to help you stay savvy about your internet privacy But a new study from iSchool says most users aren’t even aware that their private data is being told to advertising networks and third party providers which deliver targeted ads, NordVPN says.“Or, worse yet, a woman who has suffered the trauma of miscarriage is often still persecuted by pregnancy ads, following her from once-visited pregnancy sites,” NordVPN says.

Online daters beware: Valentine's Day scammers in full swing

Online daters beware: Valentine's Day scammers in full swing “Every year we see a spike in online dating activity around Valentine’s Day,” he says.” For those of you frequenting these online spaces in the lead up to tomorrow, Fitzgerald says there are ways to stay safe and to avoid trouble.

Rugged mobility: Take your PC anywhere you need it – without fear

Rugged mobility: Take your PC anywhere you need it – without fear As we become an increasingly mobile workforce, demand for devices that can accompany us anywhere has soared.This is where Durabooks have excelled, offering innovative laptops and tablets with rugged features that while offering the same convenience and features as a consumer laptop, are also capable of surviving in harsh working conditions.

<b>Kingdom Under Fire II</b> – Blueside gives new update on game progress

<b>Kingdom Under Fire II</b> – Blueside gives new update on game progress Korean studio Blueside recently spoke to the media about its MMORPG, Kingdom Under Fire II.According to Blueside, the development cost now stands at USD 78 million, making it the most expensive online game from South Korea.

<b>Wild Buster</b> – New PC online action game launching in South Korea soon

<b>Wild Buster</b> – New PC online action game launching in South Korea soon While developers around the world have been ditching PC online games to make mobile titles, Korean indie studio Nuriworks is preparing to launch Wild Buster in South Korea on 2nd March.Announced way back in 2012, it has been 5 years of continued development for this PC online brawler, giving out the vibe of a Diablo action game except it is in space with futuristic guns and monsters.

InternetNZ welmes govt's Tel Act Review

InternetNZ welmes govt's Tel Act Review The organisation says it is particularly pleased with the focus on fibre broadband.We think it will deliver the fair broadband prices Kiwis deserve," explains Jordan Carter, InternetNZ chief executive.