Computer Games

Boomerang X is like Doom meets the Matrix and I love it

GIF: Devolver Digital / Kotaku Boomerang X is one of the coolest and coolest games that I have played in quite some time. It mixes up the classic fast-paced first-person action with high-flying teleportation-focused combat in something I’ve never really experienced before. And it’s all extremely fast and satisfying, making it hard to stop playing. Boomerang X. Recently released on ...

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Top 3 PC Racing Simulator Games All Racing Enthusiasts Should Look For

Top 3 PC Racing Simulator Games All Racing Enthusiasts Should Look For Racing games have come a long way and carry a rich history of masterpiece games that have spanned the timeline. In all these years, racing games have evolved a lot. The latest titles offer improved graphics with improved game physics and higher response time provides a surreal racing ...

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Dodgers vs Marlins odds, line: 2021 MLB picks, predictions for July 8 from proven computer model

The Miami Marlins will look to further stun the Los Angeles Dodgers as they attempt to complete a four-game set sweep on Thursday. Host Marlins (38-47), last in the National League East, has just scored two standing wins in the series. Miami won 9-6 Wednesday on a three-run homerun in the ninth inning of Jesus Aguilar. The Dodgers (53-34) are ...

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Minecraft is now an R-rated game in South Korea

Minecraft, the incredibly kid-friendly sandbox game, has essentially been slapped with an adult-only age group in South Korea. The odd restriction comes down to the country’s “Cinderella Law”, which puts an end to any child or teenager hoping to play games with their friends until the wee hours of the morning. The law has been in place since 2011 and ...

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Soedesco to release point-and-click psychological horror game Saint Kotar for consoles and PC in 2021

Soedesco announced a partnership with developer Red Martyr Entertainment to release point-and-click psychological horror game Saint Kotar for consoles and PC via Steam in 2021. Specific consoles have not been announced. “We are delighted to partner with Soedesco for the launch of our first title: Saint Kotar”, Said Marko Tominic, game director and CEO of Red Martyr Entertainment, in a ...

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Styx speedrunner uses literal in-game flowcharts to clear levels

Speedrunning involves a lot of trying to understand the precise logic of a game. Finding out where it checks, how it orders operations, finding loopholes in the code. The best speedrunners may as well have a flowchart to complete a given milestone, but this chart is rarely as literal as in Styx: Shards of Darkness. The annual Summer Games Done ...

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OnePlus 6T Windows 11 user ports, runs PC games including Modern Warfare 2

If you own a OnePlus 6T and want to play Windows-based PC games, via the smartphone, it seems possible according to a report from MSPowerUser. The report states that you can play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, among other popular games like Prototype and Need for Speed: Most Wanted on the OnePlus 6T on Windows 10 or Windows 11. ...

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Shigeru Miyamoto’s Favorite Games Include Tetris and Pokémon Go

Shigeru Miyamto (left) and Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa (right)Photo: KAZUHIRO NOGI (Getty Images) At Nintendo’s 81st Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, a question-and-answer section allowed those in attendance to ask all kinds of business-related questions. One, however, was so obvious that I can’t believe it hasn’t been asked before: someone just wanted to know what everyone’s favorite video games were. ...

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Atari wants to create “premium” PC games again

Atari will move away from mobile and free-to-play games in favor of “a strong pipeline of premium games” for PC and consoles, the company announced today. A portion of its current mobile offerings, including Atari Combat: Tank Fury and Ninja Fury, will be discontinued or sold, while “hit games with a loyal user base” will be allowed to remain. The ...

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Maine teenager wins $ 98,000 college scholarship for video game design

CARMEL, ME (WABI) – For some children, video games can be a distraction from school. But for a teenager from Carmel, a play hobby turned into his ticket to college. Daniel Brower played his first video game with his father when he was only three years old. It wasn’t long before he knew he wanted to make a career out ...

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