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E3 returns live, in June 2023, for fans and industry members

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, returns in 2023 as an in-person event from June 13-16. Once the gaming industry’s main annual event, E3 has lost importance over the years as other events have taken advantage of E3’s multi-year absence. The show is now embarking on a new strategy to regain fan interest and woo big brands as ...

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The ‘Most Dangerous Video Game’ Trope, Explained

Video games and movies have a somewhat strained relationship. Movies based on video games are just emerging from the deep black hole they dug themselves into, but movies about fictional video games have a different story. When horror movies use games, they usually do so with the most dangerous video game trope. There’s something hilarious about the games kids play ...

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10 Ways Video Games Can Be Therapeutic

Video games are primarily a recreational activity. Almost all games are developed with the aim of entertaining the player. However, this does not mean that their use is limited to fun. Video games can also provide effective therapeutic tools for medical and psychological providers. RELATED: 10 Video Games That Made An Impact Outside Of The Industry Professionals have incorporated toys ...

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The World’s First Trombone Rhythm Game Is Instantly A GOTY Candidate

It’s not often that I paste a short video of me playing a game into PC Gamer Slack’s work and other writers immediately buy it on Steam. But all it took was a 90-second clip of me trying to sing Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in a trombone-based rhythm game. trombone champion and several copies of the game were sold. Like, instantly. ...

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Beta Guide: All Available Maps, Game Modes, and Rewards – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Wiki Guide

Taking place throughout the last two weekends of September, the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 beta will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. The two-part beta event will feature multiple game modes and playable maps, as well as unique rewards that will continue once the game launches in late October. So whether you’re looking for scheduled start and ...

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Terraria 1.4.4 update introduces huge change to building

The Terraria 1.4.4 Labor of Love update is almost here, and it already promises an almost unfathomable number of quality-of-life improvements for one of the best crafting games on PC. From a Terraria Void Bag redesign that drastically improves inventory space, to a tweak that ends Terraria’s corrupted jungle issues forever, developer Re-Logic has gone above and beyond in the ...

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This stealth game challenges you to commit kills, then suck up the mess

The first guard is a big guy. He’s standing next to a porthole in the cruise ship’s dining room, which I slam down to knock him over. Then I hit him with a wet floor sign nearby while he’s lying on the ground for good measure, and hide under a table before the dazed thug can get up and spot ...

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Blizzard Servers Down: DDoS Affects Connections for WoW, Call of Duty, etc.

Blizzard’s servers are suffering a DDoS attack causing failed logins and long queues for players on the company’s Battle.net service, the Call of Duty publisher says. Blizzard says it is actively monitoring the ongoing “distributed denial of service” attack, which is preventing users from logging in or putting them in long queues for Activision Blizzard games, including World of Warcraft, ...

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Northwestern vs. Duke Odds, Line: 2022 College Football Picks, Week 2 Predictions from Proven Computer Model

The Northwestern Wildcats will be looking to build on their season-opening win over Nebraska when they face the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday afternoon. Northwestern rallied from a 28-17 deficit, scoring 14 straight points in the 31-28 winning streak. Duke is coming off an impressive performance by knocking out Temple in a 30-0 final. Kickoff is scheduled for noon ET. ...

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Today’s Wordle 445 Answer and Hint: Wednesday, September 7

Whether you’re hoping to read a handcrafted clue designed to gently nudge you in the right direction or just want the answer to the September 7 Wordle (445) delivered straight to your eyeballs, you’ll find it all and more. tips for the internet’s favorite word game below. A strange scattering of green and yellow letters meant that it took me ...

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MSI RTX 3090 Suprim X review – an oddly priced Nvidia GPU kaiju

The MSI RTX 3090 Suprim X is a giant graphics card with impressive PC gaming capabilities, and its performance will appeal to enthusiasts from all walks of life. It’s not the leader of the GPU food chain, as the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Ti currently sits atop the teraflop totem. Nonetheless, this custom version of the Green Team’s premium card ...

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If you were a video game, what kind of game would you be and why? | Gamer on PC

Thanks to HenrykForkbeard, who asked this question on the PC Gamers Forum, asking. “If you were a video game, what genre/type of game would you be and why? (Additional credit for story/character description).” This is certainly a much more interesting question than “what kind of tree would you be”, a question that only rarely lets you know which people are ...

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Justice Sucks killer vacuum game released this month

Cleaning up the mess in stealth games can be a real headache. Nobody wants to waste a precious water arrow washing away the blood when you could use it to put out a torch so you can stab the next guard. Also, you have to throw the body somewhere where it won’t be found, and the bathtub already contains five ...

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Riot Games Internship Study Guide Vol. 1: Full-time interns

We know applying for opportunities isn’t always easy, so we want to empower candidates by giving you all the resources you need to understand Riot, get a feel for what it’s like to be an intern here, and submit an excellent application to join us. next summer. To start, we share some stories of former trainees who are now full-time ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (August 29, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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GOG is giving away a PC game for free

While it may not have the dominating presence and authority of Steam, nor the novelty and impressive promotional budget of the Epic Games Store, CD Projekt RED good old games is always rolling, doing its own thing. Namely, the schtick of GOG is that it’s a platform for DRM-free gaming, which makes it perfect for indie and smaller-scale productions, in ...

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Hunger Games director signs on for BioShock movie

A new Deadlynot (opens in a new tab)e report says Hunger Games director Francois Laurent (opens in a new tab) has been signed to direct the next BioShock movie, while the screenplay will be adapted by Michael Green (opens in a new tab)whose previous credits include Logan, Alien: Covenant and American Gods. Getting BioShock on the big screen was a ...

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This PC-only Chinese RPG looks like Assassin’s Creed, except you can put down your sword and get a normal job

Based on the Gamescom trailer, Where Winds Meet looks like an Assassin’s Creed-sized company, so it’s a little surprising that I’ve never heard of its developer, Everstone Studio. I’ve heard of its publisher though: the studio is backed by NetEase, the second-largest game publisher in China, so it’s at least safe to assume this is the big-budget open-world RPG that ...

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Build giant monsters from spare parts and fight them in Kaiju Klash

Sometimes a formidable battle of gigantic monsters is just what you need. Godzilla incinerating Tokyo with his atomic breath, King Kong fleeing with beautiful women, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man trampling New York (I say he’s an honorary kaiju, come see me). They’ve long been an inspiration to games big and small, so much so that there’s even a kaiju ...

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What is ping and why is it important for gaming?

(Pocket-lint) – When playing multiplayer games, it’s important to know what your ping is and how it can affect your gaming performance. Besides having a specific aim and good reflexes, there are a few things that can positively or negatively affect your games and influence whether you win or not. Ping is one of those things. But what is it ...

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Overwatch 2 crossplay lets you merge console and PC accounts

Blizzard has already announced Overwatch 2 crossplay at an earlier date, and now, as we get closer to the Overwatch 2 release date, Blizzard has announced that you can merge your Overwatch 2 accounts if you play on multiple platforms. The merge will allow you to carry over the progress and cosmetics from the original Overwatch on any platform and ...

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Tower of Fantasy: how to download the game on PC and mobile

Currently ranked number one in the App Store’s free role-playing games, Tower of Fantasy is undeniably one of the most popular games. With its visuals and elements, the game should rival HoYoverse Genshin Impact. Chinese developer Hotta Studio developed the game, and although it’s been in the Chinese gaming market since December 2021, its recent global release has, cliché as ...

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Steam update makes it easier to claim free games and DLC

If you love getting free games on Steam, a new Steam update has just made the process of claiming free games and free DLC add-ons a little easier. The new addition might not seem like much at first, but it makes building up that backlog pile in your Steam library much smoother, meaning you can engage in even more of ...

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Wreckreation looks like Trackmania with a Forge mode

One of the most exciting games revealed today at THQ’s showcase was Wreckreation, a racing game in the style of Trackmania or Hot Wheels Unleashed, which emphasizes custom content and course editing at the fly. The game’s trailer features muddled local radio conversations about the gravity-defying race tracks that suddenly appeared in the sky, before switching to cinematic gameplay of ...

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Improved gaming experience with Samsung Gaming Hub – Samsung Global Newsroom

In this article, Samsung Newsroom discusses how to enjoy home gaming with the Samsung Gaming Hub. The Samsung Gaming Hub provides fun gaming experiences for all types of gamers, from budding gamers who need to buy new equipment to play games when they’re just starting out, to avid gamers who want to play all kinds of games, including console games ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (August 8, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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World of Warcraft’s Fatal Raids bug ‘isn’t a quick fix,’ says developer

According to Blizzard, a bug in World of Warcraft Fatal Raids that causes many abilities to malfunction and underperform in more difficult Shadowlands raids is unlikely to be fixed soon. The bug, which causes a wide range of different abilities to deal significantly less damage or healing in the MMORPG, is apparently a more complicated issue than initially thought. Responding ...

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Cyberpunk 2077 anime has a hyperviolent new trailer

The Cyberpunk 2077 anime now has an official trailer, and there’s a lot to take in. Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, an animated series produced by the studio behind Kill la Kill and Fire Emblem Fates, features a retrograde level of hyperviolence and a new perspective on Cyberpunk The Night City of 2077. In Cyberpunk lore, “edgerunners” are people who live on the ...

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Can VCs pull crypto out of this downturn? – Tech Crunch

Welcome back to Chain reaction. Last week we saw Musk cling to Doge. This week, we’re talking about where all that crypto-VC money might go. To get it in your inbox every Thursday, you can sign up on TechCrunch’s newsletter page. maybe it’s all just a game? A weekly dispatch from the office of crypto editor TechCrunch Lucas Matney: The ...

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NFL+ FAQ: What the new NFL streaming service is, what it’s not and where it could go next

The streaming era received another participant when the NFL launched its new streaming subscription service on Monday. And that means the era of free live games on your phone is over. The new NFL+ functionally combines, replaces and renames NFL Game Pass and free live game streaming fans could previously access through Verizon/Yahoo, other mobile carriers and the league’s app, ...

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Dark Souls PC servers seem to be back soon

It looks like the PC servers for the Dark Souls series may come back online at some point in the near future. Earlier this year, Bandai Namco announced that it would be forced to shut down servers for Dark Souls Remastered, dark souls 2and dark souls 3 following the discovery of a security problem. And while the publisher has since ...

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MultiVersus is played more than all other PC fighting games combined and it hasn’t even made it out of Early Access yet

Technically, MultiVersus isn’t available to everyone just yet, but thousands upon thousands of players are already flocking to check out the new platformer fighting game. Even though the title is still in limited early access, MultiVersus is setting records for fighting ...

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MBTI: How South Koreans fell in love with an American WWII personality test

These four letters are printed on advertisements, interspersed with daily conversations, featured in computer games and even on Spotify playlists. Stop by a cafe and you might hear couples discussing it on their first date; visit a fortune teller and they can be relied upon as omens of your future; open a dating app and about a third of profiles ...

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PC recording time | Lobos on five-game skid ahead of District Tournament

WHEAT –The Lobos have lost eight of their last nine games and last week went on a five-game losing streak as they head to the East District “A” tournament in Douglas. They will be hoping their chances will turn as they are excited to enter the new post-season schedule. In the Douglas tournament played July 8–10, Wheatland lost matches to ...

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Activision embraces Steam further with official publisher homepage

Activision is making a strong comeback to Steam in 2022. We’ve known for a while now that the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be the first CoD to hit Steam since 2017. (opens in a new tab)but it looks like Activision is gearing up for its big comeback by getting an official publisher homepage. Publisher homepages are ...

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Tesla is closing in on Steam integration to take its gaming platform to a whole new level

Elon Musk says Tesla is getting closer to integrating Valve’s Steam to take its in-car gaming platform to a whole new level. We know that Tesla has invested heavily in integrating video games into its in-car entertainment system, but it still surprised many when Tesla said earlier this year that it planned to go so far as to integrate Valve’s ...

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Prime Day 2022: get 30 PC games for free

It’s here: Prime Day 2022 has arrived. This year, Prime members can claim over 30 PC games for free for Prime Day, which runs from July 12-13 this year. All games are currently free for Prime members. These include many indies, but also heavy hitters like Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Need for Speed ​​Heat, and more. Here’s the full rundown ...

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Play Games PC beta is now available in Australia and Thailand

In March, the Google Play Games PC beta started rolling out as the official way to experience Android titles on Windows, and it’s now coming to Australia and Thailand. This is the first expansion in the beta and appears on Google’s support article detailing the waitlist. There “Region AvailabilityThe list originally only included Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan. Thailand and ...

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Finally, Skyrim has realistic mat physics, complete with stumbles!

Just this morning, stumbling out of bed to make coffee, I tripped over the curled corner of my bedroom carpet. I thought, “I really wish I could do that in a video game.” Thanks to johnskyrim JS Crumpled Rugs mod, spotted by our colleagues from GamesRadarI can finally get the mat experience I crave in Bethesda’s 2011 flagship RPG. The ...

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New Vampire Survivors update lets you limit game breaking

Players digging into the Vampire Survivors update 0.8.0 beta have discovered the latest relic added to the roguelike game, which allows you to activate a limit overrun feature to push your Vampire Survivors weapon evolutions the most powerful to even stronger forms. The update also includes the promised bestiary and a new dragon character for the vampire game – as ...

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Speedrunner SGDQ rigged the Metal Gear: Revengeance world record

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance DLC World Record Speedrun Showcased at SGDQ 2022 Revealed as Fake, Russian Player Mekarazium admits they used pre-recorded video of the game rather than completing it live. In a message sent to Games Done Quick application team, Mekarazium explains how their series of Blade Wolf, which claimed a new “record” time of six minutes and 55 ...

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You can finally play the weirdest DOOM spin-off game again

Fans have ported Doom’s weird and obscure mobile title, Doom RPG, to PC. This is the first port of the game since its initial release in 2005. The weirdest game Loss franchise, RPG DOOM, is finally available on the modern PC platform, or at least an engine to run it, thanks to the efforts of a fan group known as ...

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And now an adventure game about, uh, divorce

I got married in a few games over the years – The Sims 4, Skyrim, My Time at Portia, stuff like that – but I haven’t had much experience with virtual divorce. That will change next month when I play the adventure game My Divorce Story, which is developed by a South Korean divorce lawyer and is based on real ...

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Doom Eternal’s speedrun record beats the game in under 19 minutes

Doom Eternal has a new speedrun world record, proving the entire game can be beaten in under 19 minutes – and we’re not nearly as good at shooters as we thought. Therealpaisanoa Doom Eternal player who was on a quest after running under 19 minutes last week, finally achieved an astonishing run of 18 minutes and 56 seconds in the ...

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The 10 highest-grossing games of the past week for Steam — June 27

Last week’s Steam data has been released and SteamDB updated its list of the ten highest-grossing games for this period. This week’s top ten holds several surprises, but the most notable of the bunch is that for the first time since release, Elden Ring is no longer in the top ten. The title is still among the top 25 best-selling ...

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Summer Games Done Quick 2022 will start this weekend

Speedrun’s annual Summer Games Done Quick charity event will be back this coming weekend in a big way. For the past two years, the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have forced event organizers to ensure that the SGDQ takes place entirely online. But this year, the event will finally allow runners and participants to meet in person. The event ...

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New remote brain-computer interface could be a game-changer for the paralyzed – The Hill

The story at a glance In recent years, brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have allowed study participants who have lost the use of their limbs to control a mouse cursor, keyboard, mobile device, wheelchair, and even an arm. robotics that provide sensory feedback to the patient, simply by using their own mind. The BCI system involves implanting arrays of microelectrodes into a ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (June 20, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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MMO Conan Exiles Update 3.0 Leaks Reveal Sorcery And Monetization

The MMO game set in the lands of Conan the Barbarian has just received a big leak, as the big new Conan Exiles update has been fully revealed thanks to a new video. “Age of Sorcery” is the apparent name of Conan Exiles 3.0, which will not only bring a new magical class to the survival game, but also add ...

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How long is Starfield? | PCGamesN

How long is Starfield? That’s the question anyone embarking on this space journey into the unknown will ask, because as we all know, there’s usually enough content in a Bethesda RPG to keep players busy years after release. We recently saw a ton of details about the most anticipated game of the year during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, ...

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Elden Ring mod The Convergence is the next best thing to official DLC

The Elden Ring The Convergence mod is now in development, and although its creator offered some clues what to expect from the unofficial action RPG expansion, if it’s anything like their previous project, Dark Souls 3 The Convergence, there’s a lot to look forward to. Dark Souls 3 Convergence is essentially a fan-made expansion that adds new weapons and bosses, ...

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There’s No Way Starfield’s 1,000 Explorable Planets Are Actually Interesting

I fell for this pitch once. It was 2005, and the game was Spore, SimCity creator Will Wright’s ambitious recreation of life from microscopic organism to galactic traveler level. I watched this whole 35 minute presentation (opens in a new tab) delighted, completely overwhelmed and convinced that Spore was the future of gaming. And I guess in a sense it ...

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How to watch the Guerrilla Collective 2022 showcase

It may be a year without E3 (opens in a new tab), but plenty of publishers and developers are still showing up to showcase their games in what has become 2022’s biggest event yet. One such familiar face is the Guerrilla Collective, a packed storefront (opens in a new tab) with interesting indie games and trailers from creators around the ...

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Pro Cycling Manager 2022 and Tour de France 2022 PC games launch today

Typically, when the world of cycling collides with computer games, we talk about the emerging discipline of indoor cycling, with turbo trainers, Zwift and the like, but not today. Today’s announcement comes from the more mainstream world of computer gaming, where you’ll usually find people talking about Minecraft or League of Legends. While they probably won’t be able to boast ...

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Former Sega MD Yukawa has passed away

June 7, 2022 – 10:22 am Former chief executive of Japanese publishing giant Sega Hidekazu Yukawa has died aged 78. The news was revealed by Famitsu, which reports that the industry vet actually passed away in June 2021, but that’s only just been made public. He died of pneumonia. Yukawa ...

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For the price of a AAA game you can get hundreds of queer indies in this pack

It’s Pride Month, folks, and the indies at itch.io are once again making their giant Queer Games Bundle. The Queer Games Pack 2022 (opens in a new tab), of more than 500 items, 374 of which are video games, is intended to give a financial boost to queer independent creators and teams. The rest of the set is tabletop games, ...

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10 games missing since E3 2021

E3 could be officially canceled for 2022, but we’re still heading for a storm of big showcases this summer. New announcements abound, but what about the stuff unveiled last year? It’s easy to forget what was announced 360 days ago, but there are a handful of no-shows that stand out when we look back. Here are ten games that have ...

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The next 40K video game is a free card game

Not content with the Warhammer x Magic: The Gathering crossover slated for August, the dark future of Warhammer 40,000 arrives in a new collectible card game called Warpforge. Just announced as part of the annual Warhammer Skulls for the Skull Throne event, Warpforge will be a free-to-play card game based on “brutal, fast-paced skirmishes.” According to the press release, it ...

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Bloodborne fans tricked by fake ad for PC, PS5 version

Almost every gamer wants to see their favorite game like transmitted by blood, remade on a newer console to push the boundaries of what was once possible. No matter how old the game, technology is improving at such a rapid rate that it’s always exciting to see what changes can be made. The wait got too long and some fans ...

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This is the best Memorial Day gaming PC deal we’ve seen – RTX 3080 for just $1,599

Best Buy’s Memorial Day gaming PC deals currently feature the Asus ROG Gaming Desktop, with an RTX 3080 inside, for only $1,599.99 (instead of $2,100) (opens in a new tab). It’s a price for RTX 3080 PCs that just isn’t seen, at least until now. The usual cheapest selling rate you typically see on gaming PCs with hardware like this ...

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Three chosen to play in the USILA Senior match

History links TROY, NY – A trio of student-athletes will represent Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in the 2022 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Senior All-Star Game as Connor Glosner, Trevor Tocchet and Cooper Urban were each selected. The competition is scheduled for Friday at 5 p.m. on the campus of Providence College. One offence, ...

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PC Gaming Show 2022 scheduled for June 12 with over 45 games

What do you want to know The PC Gaming Show has been held for several consecutive years, hosted by PC Gamer. The PC Gaming Show for 2022 will feature over 45 different games, including new projects from teams such as 11-Bit Studios and Klei Entertainment. The PC Gaming Show will be held on June 12, 2022 at 12:30 p.m. PT ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (May 23, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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500,000 vampires have already sunk their fangs into survival game V Rising

If you haven’t pointed your eyes to Steam Statistics Lately, a new early access survival game has climbed them like a rat through a gutter. And who turns this rat into a gooey vermin balm that restores health? Vampires. Who is it. Vampire Survival Game V rising is officially a success. According to developer Stunlock Studios (you might know them ...

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Can you play Apex Legends Mobile on PC with an emulator?

Apex Legends Mobile just released, and it is one of the most popular apps on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. However, some people don’t want to be limited to their Android or iPhone for a multitude of reasons. We will therefore investigate if you can play Apex Mobile on PC with an emulator and if it violates the ...

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New Program at Phoenix Center Offering Teen Mental Health Support

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — When a child is in a mental health crisis, parents who want to comfort their children are sometimes forced to send them to hospital or the emergency department. But a new program in the Valley from Terros Health is changing that. “Café 27 is new, we just opened last year, but we have already been able ...

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Rumor: Halo MCC-style Gears of War collection is coming

According to a new report, Microsoft is planning a Gears of War collection in the style of the popular Halo: Master Chief Collection – which would presumably include at least the original trilogy and finally bring Gears of War 2 and 3 to PC – if the rumor is correct. . By all accounts, the Halo MCC has been incredibly ...

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Celtics vs Bucks prediction, odds, line: 2022 NBA playoff picks, Model Game 6 best bets on 86-58 run

The Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks series has rocked back and forth since its inception, with alternate wins for each team in the first five games. For Game 6, Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo looks to come away with a third 40-point performance in the series after doing so for the second time on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Boston’s Jayson Tatum led his team ...

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Card Shark, the game about cheating, social mobility and getting backstabbed by peasants, is coming June 2

Devolver Digital announced today that Card Shark, the game about cheating at cards, climbing the corporate ladder, and trying not to get murdered like a dog, will finally arrive on June 2. Card Shark looks very cool. Cheating is winning, as the saying goes, and getting caught is very bad news, but there’s a lot more going on here than ...

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Summer Games Done Quick Features Consecutive Elden Ring Races

The calendar of the Summer games done quickly event from June 26 to July 3 has been unveiled. It looks like a pretty stacked lineup this year, but I’ve listed some of the spiciest entries below: Introducing the Ocarina of Time Beta Friday, July 3, 4:57 p.m. PST / 12:57 a.m. BST dwangoAC, TASBot, Save State, Sauraen The Legend of ...

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View Area Baseball Playoff Results | High school sports

Not selected Class 5A Best of three quarter-finals No. 8 St. Amant to No. 1 Barbe: Match 1: St. Amant 7, Barbe 4; Game 2: Beard wins 5-0; Game 3: Saint-Amant wins 5-4. Saint-Amant wins the series 2-1. No. 5 Zachary vs. No. 4 Sulfur: Game 1: Sulfur 11, Zachary 2; Game 2: Sulfur wins 6-3. Sulfur wins the series ...

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Thursday GFN: 4K and 27 games on GeForce NOW in May

Enjoy the good things in life. May seems perfect for GeForce NOW gamers. RTX 3080 Members can now take their games to the next level, streaming at 4K resolution on the GeForce NOW PCs and Macs native apps – join the 4K support in the living room with TV SHIELD. There’s also a list of 10 titles ready to play ...

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From tabletop to PC and back – adaptations of tabletop games

The first-ever WASD show has passed, but we want you to share the industry wisdom that was shared during the event if you weren’t able to attend. We upload all the wonderful discussions from PCGamesN Theater to our Youtube channel for those of you who missed it, and the latest is about the world of tabletop games and their various ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (May 2, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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Dead by Daylight has made one of its most popular characters gay, and opinions are everywhere

The developers of Dead by Daylight announced on Wednesday that David King, a character introduced to the game in 2017, is gay. Reactions ranged from joy to outrage, and a Reddit thread discussing the decision was eventually locked. “Homophobia will not be tolerated, if you see any, please report it”, a mod wrote in the wire. “This post is locked ...

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REVIEW: Letters: A Written Adventure is a hidden Switch gem

Playing with words sounds like the premise of a bad ’90s “edutainment” game, but Letters: A Written Adventure uses that exact premise. Solving puzzles is the key to progressing in protagonist Sarah’s journey, making choices with words as you play. Like countless puns over the years, it’s simple yet effective, and tickles your brain appropriately. From Sarah’s childhood to adulthood, ...

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Bethesda adds retro games to Steam and misspells Elder Scrolls

As previously announced, publisher Elder Scrolls has just brought a selection of retro games to Steam in anticipation of the end of the Bethesda Launcher. These include a pair of freebies in The Elder Scrolls: Arena and, uh, The Elder Scolls II: Daggerfall. Yes, Brother Scolls. The store page says Elder Scolls. I’m not going to make too many jokes ...

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After Licensing Freeze, China’s Game Industry Recovers Hardly | Technology

Beijing, China – China’s nine-month freeze on computer game licensing has ended after 45 new titles were approved earlier this month, and game stocks have soared. But the country’s computer games sector faces a rocky road to recovery as Beijing continues its sweeping crackdown on games, according to industry insiders and experts. Measures rolled out by Chinese authorities since last ...

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My favorite Teardown moments after 46 hours of broken stuff

Teardown is a destructive sandbox puzzle game that just hit version 1.0 after 18 months in Early Access. You may know this from the popular videos of destroyed places by nukes or remember seeing early clips of his incredible physics-based destruction on Twitter. Teardown was a bit light on variety when it first arrived in Early Access, but today it ...

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Riot MMO producer pledges not to ship the game if it’s bad

In 2020, Riot Games confirmed it was making an MMO when the project’s executive producer, Greg Street, casually tweeted that he was leading the project. This kind of low-key game announcement is a small trend right now – Blizzard recently announced a survival game – but it also turns out that Street is just a fairly unguarded tweeter. Case in ...

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Microsoft is giving away a free PC game pass to recent Halo gamers

Picture: Microsoft Microsoft is currently running a big promotion for PC game pass. New subscribers who recently played one of the company’s big Fall 2021 releases get three months of free access to the service’s Netflix-like library of games. It’s also a great time, because the PC side of Game Pass is currently offering a lot of new stuff. You ...

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5 Games Like Genshin Impact To Play On PC And Android (April 2022)

There are several reasons why a gamer might like Genshin Impact but want to play another game like this on PC or Android. Some of them include: They want a beautiful parallel game They left Genshin Impact for one reason or another and want to scratch that itch to play it They are waiting for the next major update Android ...

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Hundreds of PC games discounted during Fanatical’s Easter extravaganza

Fanatical’s Easter Extravaganza is live now, offering huge discounts on hundreds of titles through April 24. Included in the sale are indie hits such as Registration and Desert 3, alongside AAA blockbusters like The devil may cry 5 and Resident Evil Village. Multiple Assassin’s Creed titles are on sale, but the franchise’s best deal applies to the Valhalla Complete Edition. ...

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Games for children: are traditional childhood pastimes on the way out?

Are traditional childhood pastimes dying out? Playing tag, building a den, and flying a kite are some of the simple outdoor pleasures that today’s computer-loving generation never enjoyed. More than a third of children (36%) have never played the classic game of tag 54% say it’s hard to balance kids’ love of play with time spent outdoors Survey of 1,000 ...

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Yankees vs Red Sox odds, line, prediction: 2022 MLB picks, April 9 best bets from proven computer model

The bitter AL East rivals appear to be tied again as the New York Yankees prepare to host the second of a four-game series with the Boston Red Sox on Saturday afternoon. They kicked off their MLB seasons in style on Friday, going back and forth until Josh Donaldson’s single in the bottom of the 11th gave the Yankees the ...

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Remedy and Rockstar Games Announce Max Payne 1 and 2 Remake for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X

Remedy and Rockstar Games have announced that they will be remaking Max Payne and Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. In a surprise announcement Remedy will work with Rockstar under a new publishing deal to remake the first two Max Payne games for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X and S. Remedy will handle development while Rockstar ...

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Ubisoft reveals Rainbow Six mobile FPS game – does it have a release date and what do we know so far?

Last update: April 6, 2022 Ubisoft, the developers behind the Tom Clancy games IP, have announced the brand new Rainbow Six mobile. The game puts a whole new spin on the Rainbow Six Siege experience, giving players a whole new format to experience the game. The studio behind Rainbow Six Siege, Montreal, has a whole new team working on the ...

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Why MLB The Show 22 isn’t on Steam

MLB The Show 22 is not on Steam as the series has not yet arrived on PC, although it is available on more platforms than ever. The latest entry in Sony San Diego’s baseball simulation series, MLB The Show 22, is not available on Steam, the popular digital storefront and launcher for PC games. This isn’t a case of the ...

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The Game Pass “family plan” is reportedly in the works

Currently, a subscription to Game Pass in any of its versions, whether PC Game Pass, Xbox Game Pass or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, is only valid for one person. Meanwhile, a Nintendo Switch Online family membership can be shared across eight accounts, even on different consoles, and streaming services like Netflix also have family plans. Some sort of Game Pass ...

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Matcho, Unique Match-3 Game, Puzzling Its Way To Consoles And PC

Match-3 like never before We all know match-3 games. Normally fun little mobile games to pass the time and get satisfying and addictive gameplay. Now match-3s are about to change forever. Today, Fiolasoft Studio announced its upcoming story-driven match-3 FPS, matcho, is currently in development. The game will be available on PlayStation and Xbox Next-Gen consoles as well as PC ...

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Steam Simfest: Hobby Edition has great deals on games that look like jobs

the Steam Simfest: Hobby Edition kicked off yesterday with great deals on sims of all kinds. The week-long online event will also feature a host of game demos, developer live streams, game sessions, and more. The interesting thing about “sim” as a genre is that it covers an enormous amount of ground – simulating other activities is an inherent part ...

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PC Gaming Highlights: Hyperspace Jump in Elite Dangerous

Great PC Gaming Moments are bite-sized celebrations of some of our favorite gaming memories. Elite Dangerous (Image credit: Border) Year 2014Developer: Frontier Whether you’re a bounty hunter, explorer, or glorified space trucker, doing almost anything in Elite Dangerous means jumping between systems. It’s one of the most basic interactions in the game, something you’ll do multiple times to complete a ...

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Top 5 Tips for Downloading PC Games

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Mavericks vs Timberwolves odds, line: 2022 NBA picks, March 21 predictions from proven computer model

The Minnesota Timberwolves take on the Dallas Mavericks at 8:30 p.m. ET Monday at American Airlines Center. Dallas is 43-28 overall and 23-12 at home, while the Timberwolves are 42-30 overall and 18-18 on the road. The Mavericks have won seven of the last 10 meetings between these teams, but Minnesota has won two of the last three. Dallas is ...

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How to Install or Move Your Xbox PC Games to Any Folder

For a very long time, Microsoft chained PC games downloaded via the Xbox application. Users could not edit or move files. Unlike Steam and other services, storage management was non-existent. But last fall, Microsoft unveiled a change to its draconian control over files. Xbox Insiders got the first chance to choose the folder for game installs, as the files inside ...

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2022 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Best Simulation Predicts Surprising Upsets, March Madness Picks, Sleepers

Only one of the clashes of the first round of the 2022 NCAA Tournament Bracket will feature two teams from the same state. This game will pit No. 2 Auburn against No. 15 Jacksonville State, both representing Alabama. With UAB and the University of Alabama also originating there, Alabama State has four March Madness 2022 support teams, trailing only Texas ...

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The Halifax youngster is the 13th person in the world to earn a ‘black belt’ in computer coding

A Halifax kid has become the second Canadian to earn his black belt in computer coding. Twelve-year-old Noam Pischanaker has been a lifelong fan of video games and two years ago signed up for the Halifax branch of Code Ninjas. The company teaches kids to code and borrows the belt system from martial arts to mark progress. Pischanaker has spent ...

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Warriors vs Bucks prediction, odds, line, spread: 2022 NBA picks, model’s March 12 best bets on a 74-47 run

The Milwaukee Bucks (42-25) and Golden State Warriors (45-22) face off in a prime-time battle on Saturday night. Milwaukee goes into this game on a six-game winning streak, including a 124-115 victory over the Atlanta Hawks in their last game. Golden State got back on track, winning back-to-back games, beating the Denver Nuggets 113-102 on Thursday. Tipping is at 8:30 ...

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Moore triumphs over PC West to win first state playoff game in three decades | Sports

Just arriving at the Class 6A state tournament for the first time in 17 years, Moore had already made some history when he arrived at the Lloyd Noble Center on Thursday afternoon to face Putnam City West. Now it’s over. It hasn’t been since 1990, when the Lions finished second in state, that the program has been won once it ...

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Bohemia Interactive was not sold to BAE Systems

March 9, 2022 – 09:42 Arma and DayZ maker Bohemia Interactive was unaffected by the sale of Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) to British arms and aerospace company BAE Systems. As reported by GamesIndustry.biz, the deal will have no impact on the game developer, which has not been part of BISim ...

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