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Warframe developers Digital Extremes are expanding to a new studio in Toronto

Digital Extremes, best known as the developers of free-to-play shooter Warframe, are opening a new studio. The company will be expanding to Toronto, opening a second development studio just a short...

Bandai Namco announce God Eater 3: Giant monster-slaying with a helping of anime cheese

There seems to be a bit of a gold rush going on in the ‘Little people with swords fight exceptionally huge monsters’ genre, and Bandai Namco are eager to stake their...

Google Home Mini, Home Max Smart Speakers Launched Alongside New Features

Google at its hardware launch event in San Francisco on Wednesday introduced the newest members of the Google Home family, the Google Home Mini and Google Home Max. The smaller Home Mini speaker is meant to...

Fallout 4’s power armour symbolises how far the series’ combat has come

One of the biggest criticisms levelled at Fallout 4 is how the protagonist has only a slightly broader vocabulary than Hodor from Game of Thrones, a man who can only utter...

Chuchel is an adorably mad adventure game from the makers of Machinarium

Chuchel, the upcoming adventure game from Amanita Design, is coming to PC in early 2018. The trailer is oh-so-slightly mad, but it offers a good look at the upcoming game. There’s a...

CD Projekt got their start from pirated software for Polish players

CD Projekt are mostly known for two things: adapting the Witcher into a now-wildly popular game series, and distributing DRM-free games through its GOG storefront. But long before either of those things...

Warframe’s Plains of Eidolon may launch within the next ten days

The last trailer for Warframe's coming Plains of Eidolon update gave a vague launch date of sometime this autumn, but a new forum post by the devs says the goal is to...

Fallout 2 nearly gave players a car trunk for a companion

Fallout 2 is rightly celebrated as a classic of computer role-playing games, but there’s no denying that things got a little weird for the post-apocalyptic sequel. Treasure-hunting dwarves, a chess-playing Radscorpion,...

Wonder material graphene finally reaches PC cooling – except only on an SSD

Graphene can improve heat transfer for even the most thermally conductive metals we use in PC components today, and it’s only one atom thick. What should we use this wonder material...

Midas Mode is a Dota 2 tournament where picking champions costs in-game currency

Midas Mode is finally coming to Dota 2. The novelty Dota 2 tournament, originally scheduled for April this year, will now run from November 18-28. If you don’t know what Midas Mode is,...
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