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  • Tech Company Imagines The Nintendo Switch As A Fully Functioning PC

    Tech Company Imagines The Nintendo Switch As A Fully Functioning PC

    The Nintendo Switch is great, but it would be even better if it could also work like any other computer tablet. Chinese tech manufacturer Lenovo tried to show off what that dream would actually look like with its new prototype: the LaVie Mini. Read more… Source link More

  • Loads Of Graphics Cards Just Got More Expensive

    Loads Of Graphics Cards Just Got More Expensive

    Last week, a range of products that had been exempted from tariffs—thanks to the ongoing US v China trade war—lost that status, and so in 2021 will be more expensive. Among those products are graphics cards and motherboards. Read more… Source link More

  • The Week In Games: Werewolves

    The Week In Games: Werewolves

    Another quiet release week. One of the biggest games coming out later this week is the Switch port of Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest. Read more… Source link More

  • Carto’s Cozy Puzzles Are Just Tough Enough

    Carto’s Cozy Puzzles Are Just Tough Enough

    Ask people which superpower they’d want, and you’ll likely hear the same answers. Flight. Super-strength. Invisibility. You’re less likely to hear about the unusual ones—say, the ability to literally reshape the planet to fit your needs. Such an ability is the crux of Carto, a cozy adventure game that grants you… Read more… Source link More

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Hidden Ones Bureaus Hide A Great Series Callback

    Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Hidden Ones Bureaus Hide A Great Series Callback

    Between One-Punch Man, baseball man, and multiple nods to popular fantasy franchises, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is basically the Metropolitan Museum of Easter Eggs. But the best surprise—or at least the one that’s sure to delight series fans the most—doesn’t show up until late in the game. Read more… Source link More

  • How A Dark Time-Traveling Fantasy Game Became the Original Fallout

    How A Dark Time-Traveling Fantasy Game Became the Original Fallout

    The end of the world was both darker and more humorous than anyone could have imagined, and in the original Fallout, released for the PC in 1997, gamers got to experience the apocalypse firsthand. The iconic, “War, war never changes,” introduction set the somber mood, which was written, strangely enough, during an… Read more… Source […] More

  • The Games That Got Us Through 2020

    The Games That Got Us Through 2020

    I had high hopes for 2020, if for nothing else than the coolness of how the year sounded on paper: twenty-twenty. But as we all know, this year was a complete dumpster fire across any number of individual categories: politics, treating others as equals, accepting inconvenience to prevent others from getting sick, and… Read more… […] More

  • CD Projekt Red Estimates Cyberpunk 2077 Has Sold Over 13 Million Copies, Despite Being A Potato On Consoles

    CD Projekt Red Estimates Cyberpunk 2077 Has Sold Over 13 Million Copies, Despite Being A Potato On Consoles

    After a week of refunds, apologies, and patches, CD Projekt Red announced yesterday that its open world scifi RPG Cyberpunk 2077 nevertheless sold over 13 million copies total since its December 10 release. This despite the game’s busted performance on last-gen consoles and some low-end PCs, as well as the reportedly … Read more… Source […] More

  • The Week In Games: Meat Boy Is Back

    The Week In Games: Meat Boy Is Back

    A decade is a long time to wait for a sequel, but Super Meat Boy Forever is almost here after some delays and hiccups. Read more… Source link More

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