• Battlestations: Pacific and more join Xbox backward compatibility

    6 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    The list keeps on growing.
    Ever since Xbox One backward compatibility was announced, gamers have been asking for a few high-profile games. While the majority of requests revolve around the Call of Duty franchise, the Rayman franchise has been other hot series. Today, Microsoft announced that Battlestations: Pacific, Fuel, and Rayman Raving Rabbids are now backward compatible. Battlestations: Pacific was a free Games with Gold title many months ago, so you may already own it on Xbox 360.
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  • JoinDOTA League Announces Season 15

    JoinDOTA League Announces Season 15

    6 monthes ago - By N4G

    Berlin-based Freaks 4U Gaming has announced that joinDOTA, will be welcoming new teams to register for the upcoming season of its renowned league format as of today, January 10, until January 27, 2019.
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  • Go inside the design of Supercell's new hit game Brawl Stars at GDC 2019!

    Go inside the design of Supercell's new hit game Brawl Stars at GDC 2019!

    6 monthes ago - By Gamasutra

    Between Clash of Clans and Clash Royale the folks at Finnish game dev Supercell have proved they've got serious game design chops, and at GDC you'll get to see how they've built their latest hit! ...
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  • There is Still Life for the Nintendo 3DS in 2019

    6 monthes ago - By N4G

    Here's what's coming to a dedicated handheld near you.
    As gamers enter year eight for the 3DS, a small but proven field of developers and publishers are keeping the device alive with new games and ports.
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  • RGB fans, rejoice: Corsair's new Capellix LED technology is about to change everything

    RGB fans, rejoice: Corsair's new Capellix LED technology is about to change everything

    6 monthes ago - By PC World

    RGB lighting on gaming PCs is about to get a whole lot brighter and a whole lot more efficient thanks to Corsair's new Capellix LED technology, which promises to be 60 percent brighter while using 40 percent less power. The new LEDs are incredibly tiny and dense compared to typical SMD, or surface mount device, LEDs. That density could one day lead to RGB grids on a case door or front panel with far more granularity than today's LEDs. Corsair didn't create the LED technology but it did work with a manufacturer to take LED technology that normally would never be applied to a PC and had it...
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  • Razer HyperSense's vision for haptic-filled PC gaming shakes up the future of peripherals

    Razer HyperSense's vision for haptic-filled PC gaming shakes up the future of peripherals

    6 monthes ago - By PC World

    Haptic feedback is the one feature I miss when gaming on PC. I love me a mouse and keyboard, but I find myself reaching for my Xbox One controller sometimes just for the rumble effects. It's not a very sophisticated version of haptic feedback, but it nevertheless adds so much to the weightiness of guns, the rumble of engines, the boom of an explosion-all these small touches you don't notice until they're gone. Nobody's managed to make haptics work on PC though. Or, at least, nobody's stuck with it long enough to force adoption. Razer loves a good gimmick though, and in keeping with that...
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  • New Elder Scrolls Online expansion brings back the dragons

    6 monthes ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    The Elder Scrolls Online is both an attempt to further the Elder Scrolls formula into something more dynamic and living, and a game that often seems dependent on nostalgia for its continued existence. 2017's Morrowind expansion took us back to Elder Scrolls' finest hour, last year's Summerset was our first return to a land not seen since Arena, the original Scrolls game, and next, here be dragons. Again. And also many, many cat-people.
    Pictured above is a photo of my cat wearing a promotional Skyrim hat in 2012. On brand, yeah?
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  • This $130 Radeon RX 570 with two free games is a great low-cost gaming PC upgrade

    This $130 Radeon RX 570 with two free games is a great low-cost gaming PC upgrade

    6 monthes ago - By PC World

    We found a stunning deal on a killer graphics card, and it won't even force you to mess around with checkout codes or mail-in rebates. The ASRock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX 570 is only $130 Remove non-product link at Newegg until Friday, and you'll get two free games from AMD's Raise the Game bundle with it. RX 570 graphics cards usually cost around $170. To read this article in full,
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  • 5 of the best Final Fantasy Games Arriving on Xbox One in 2019

    6 monthes ago - By N4G

    Richard writes: "Have you been left wondering where best to start with the games that have been promised for 2019? Fear not, as here are 5 of the most unforgettable Final Fantasy games heading towards Xbox One in 2019."
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  • New Gundam Game Will Be Announced by Bandai Namco on January 22

    6 monthes ago - By N4G

    Today Bandai Namco Entertainment teased the upcoming announcement of a brand new Gundam game.
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  • Plaid Hat Games Posts New Ashes Preview

    Plaid Hat Games Posts New Ashes Preview

    6 monthes ago - By Tabletop Gaming

    Have you ever just entirely lost your train of thought, had no real clue of what was going on, and seemed like you simply couldn't get your thoughts together at all? It could be because someone was hitting you with some Confusion Spores and there was a Mind Fog Owl around.... Ok, probably not, but those will all soon be making their way to Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn. Have yourself a look.
    From the post:
    Welcome back, Ashes players!
    We've made it to the last week of previews for this cycle! Today we will wrap up the cards from Fiona's base deck, followed by James' deck later this week...
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  • Xbox Game Pass Adds Two More Games, But These Four Are Being Removed

    6 monthes ago - By Game Rant

    Microsoft adds two more games to the Game Pass lineup for January, while revealing that four games will also be leaving the subscription service soon.
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  • Fortnite: How to use the new Matrix-like emote to easily win gunfights

    6 monthes ago - By N4G

    Although emotes were clearly added to Fortnite Battle Royale as a way to inject some fun and and comedy into the game, there are some dance moves that can actually help players win gunfights.
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  • Xbox Game Pass surprises members with two new games

    6 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Xbox Game Pass subscribers have been surprised today with two new games. Firstly, Capcom's fantastic Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 has been added to the extensive library of Game Pass games. For fighting game fans, Marvel vs Capcom 3 is one of the all-time greats. Marvel and Capcom join forces to deliver the most frenetic...
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