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Windows 10 High-Performance Game Mode Coming Soon

Windows 10 Game Mode

Microsoft seems committed to providing an environment suited for hardcore gamers, and the Windows 10 Creator’s update will deliver a high-performance gaming mode allowing users to maximize the performance of their PC. The company announced that it will start releasing features of the mode this week in an Insider Preview. The preview won’t include all of the features, but at ...

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Radiant Update Announced for Darkest Dungeon

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Darkest Dungeon is a game that has a lot going on. It was a game that proved that Early Access games could have amazing support from developers. What’s more, it’s a game where the support continued long after the game had been officially released. Red Hook Studios had promised a lot in the game’s Kickstarter campaign, and they successfully delivered ...

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Free Update Brings Toddlers to The Sims 4

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They’re finally here! Over two years after the release of The Sims 4, toddlers are being added to the game in a free update. Previously, Sim children had aged up from babies directly to children, which was a little bit jarring to say the least. Toddlers had been featured in every Sims game since the Sims 2, so the fact ...

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Half-Life 3 Probably Never Happening

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Half-Life 3 has become memetic among the gaming community. Being an awaited continuation of a beloved gaming franchise. However, recent evidence has been brought to light that it will never be made. Andrew Reiner of GameInformer has published an article regarding an interview he had with a Valve employee. Something that needs to be stressed is that this interview was ...

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Overwatch May Get a Valentine’s Day Event

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Overwatch has had a grand total of three major events now, the Olympics, Halloween and the Holiday Season. They’ve become rather a staple of the game, and each bring familiar prospects to the experience. A colorful array of new skins, lines, emotes and other unlockables, unique game modes and a unique tone. There is some controversy over the items being ...

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CyberpowerPC Releases VR Ready Desktop for $499

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Virtual Reality was one of the hottest aspects of the gaming industry in 2016, and will only become more prevalent in the coming years. Many Steam games now offer VR support, but it’s not exactly widespread due to the limited adoption of VR technology in the gaming community at large. This lack of prevalence is not often by choice, however. ...

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Indie JRPG Guardians of Arcadia Announced

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JRPGs continue to be a popular genre worldwide. Despite their distinctly Japanese development, games like the beloved series Final Fantasy, Phantasy Star, and Shin Megami Tensei have a wide audience worldwide. Recent JRPGs, perhaps due to evolving audience desires, have often strayed away from the classic turn-based goodness that make retro titles so iconic. The difference between Final Fantasy’s origins ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Lacks Season Pass

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Season passes are something that is highly divisive among gamers. Some enjoy them, as it earns them all of the DLC for a game at a reduced price. Others sneer at the concept, seeing them as asking for money when a product hasn’t proven itself yet. For better or for worse, season passes have become a staple of the AAA ...

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Dues Ex: Mankind Divided Pre-Order DLC Goes Free

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Pre-order bonuses are, sadly, a staple of AAA gaming. You don’t have to look far to find an example of a game that utilizes this practice. Costumes, weapons, or even entire levels that can only be acquired through pre-ordering. Dues Ex: Mankind Divided was particularly noticeable in this regard. Augment Your Pre-Order went so far as to offer the game ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Resolutions

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Appearance has been a part of the gaming debate for as long as there has been one. Older gamers will remember the bit wars of the 1990s, with Sega and Nintendo trying to outdo each other. Back then, graphics dominated the arguments for which console was better. Nowadays graphics aren’t as heavy touted, as things have gotten more complicated. Resolution ...

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