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The Twitch app has been one of the most requested apps for the PlayStation 4 since Sony's fourth console came onto the scene back in the fall of 2013. The app grants PS4 users the ability to not just watch others stream but to also jump in on the action and chat with others right from the comfort of their couch.
Here’s some news I didn’t expect to be reporting today: After countless hours of running in circles, stumbling off of ledges and dying over and over again, the community taking part in “Twitch Plays Dark Souls” has managed to actually beat one of the most notoriously difficult games of all time.
The Twitch app for the PlayStation 4 is coming soon. During this year's TwitchCon 2015 event the company announced that the app for the console will be made available this fall for Sony's home console. It'll allow users to watch live-streams, chat and stay up to date with the latest and greatest streamers.
Twitch Plays is at it once again, this time inviting the games community to try its hand at collectively playing the apocalyptic RPG/Shooter, Fallout 3. As you may have guessed, it's not going so well for the community's Vault dweller.
YouTube has officially launched their gaming channel and it allows gamers to post up more than just Let's Play videos and video commentary. YouTube has elevated their game to include live-streaming in their line-up.
Plenty of people haven’t been able to beat Dark Souls on their own. Now Twitch is hoping that a communal effort might make that obstacle a little less difficult to overcome, asking “Can twitch play Dark Souls?” in its latest viewer-controlled experiment.
YouTube is going gung-ho into the live-streaming sector for video games this summer. They've put a window on when they want the service to go live and they've done this by allowing the YouTube Gaming website to go live and give gamers a small taste of what's to come.
Popular game streaming platform Twitch has banned all Adults Only games. Starting today, Twitch users can no longer broadcast footage from any games designated "AO" by the North American ratings board ESRB.
Even though the Internet's infatuation has worn off a little, Twitch Plays Pokémon is still alive and kicking. This week, the Pokémon-obsessed army captured the last pocket monster from the first-generation Pokédex.
Google is gearing up to give the folks at Twitch a run for their money. According to an industry insider, plans to relaunch YouTube's livestreaming service have already been set in motion.
Yet another security breach has occurred, this time affecting popular game streaming site, Twitch. If you're a Twitch user, you're going to need to change your password the next time you try to log in.
According to Ubisoft, upcoming Assassin's Creed titles will include more modern-day sequences.
Remember when 1.16 million Twitch users joined forces to beat Pokemon? We did it together. Democracy overcame anarchy. The good guys won. Well, now Twitch is playing Halo, and it's the opposite of all that.
Twitch is constantly growing and gaining new viewers, subscribers and live-streamers. The service has managed to expand so much that it's getting its very own annual convention, starting this year with the inaugural TwitchCon.