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This new Xbox One S bundle will get you ready for some football

By Parker Wilhelm As a new football season approaches in both real life and the digital realm, Microsoft is offering a special Xbox One S bundle combining a copy of the upcoming Madden 18 with its current-gen console. Retailing for $279 exclusively at retailers in the US, Canada and Mexico, the Madden 18 bundle features…


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Microsoft says it’s still working on that Halo TV series

By David Nield Speculation around a TV spin-off for Halo, one of the most iconic gaming franchises of our time, has been swirling for years, but we’ve not heard much about the project lately. Now Microsoft has told AR12Gaming that a show is indeed still in the works. “Progress on the Halo television series continues,”…


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Pokémon Go Fest, Niantic’s big legendary Pokémon event, is a bust

By Nick Pino Pokémon Go Fest, Niantic’s hyped milestone event that promised legendary Pokémon to players both inside Chicago and around the world, is a bust. Due to myriad technical issues including both connectivity and server-side issues, players will be leaving Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois empty handed. Niantic has already stated that it will…


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World of Warcraft and StarCraft II soon won’t work with Windows XP or Vista

By Darren Allan Earlier this year, Blizzard said it was going to cease supporting Windows XP and Vista across its library of contemporary Battle.net games, and the company has just confirmed that this will happen on a rolling basis starting in October. That means dropping support for World of Warcraft and StarCraft II, as well…


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Here is the best way to get rid of your PS3, PS4 or Xbox game console

By TechRadar This feature has been brought to you by Decluttr Remember your first gaming console and the joy of slaying monsters, solving puzzles and racing through improbable vistas? Well, the current crop of gaming consoles offer this and much more thanks to always-on connectivity and communities of tens of millions. If you have an…


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Nintendo Switch: the latest news, tips and accessories

By Cameron Faulkner The Nintendo Switch has plenty of room to grow, but even so, the home/portable hybrid console already has some stellar titles under its belt in 2017 – enough to make it a must-own. And that’s without mentioning that Super Mario Odyssey is coming later on in the year. If you’ve read our…


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Nintendo trademark points to existence of the N64 Classic

By Nick Pino The SNES Classic isn’t even out yet, but it would appear as though Nintendo is hard at work at its next system, the Nintendo 64 Classic … if a new trademark filed by Nintendo is any indication. The trademark document in question, spotted first by a NeoGAF user, is European Union Intellectual…


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Spider-Man for PS4 has a lot to live up to after the PS2’s web-slinging success story

By Emma Boyle I’m a big fan of story in games. Though I understand good gameplay is key to creating a great game, it’s rare that I’ll place it over an engaging plot and a well-constructed narrative in my list of priorities for enjoyment. The exception to this not-quite-a rule, however, is the Spider-Man games.…


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Deal of the Day: Get Inside and Limbo for under £10 in the PlayStation sale

By TechRadar deals You’ve probably already noticed, but the PlayStation Store currently has a huge summer sale on where you can get huge discounts on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita games as well as movies. Sometimes it can be hard to find truly great deals in these digital store sales – even with 60% off,…


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Best free games for iPhone and iPad

By Chethan Rao If you count the number of games on App Store and calculate the time you’ll need to play all of them, you probably got the best task to kill your time. It is almost impossible to play all the games on iOS devices, forget about finishing each of them. If you like…


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Get almost every Telltale Game for less than the price of one with Humble Bundle

By Emma Boyle Humble Bundles are usually a guarantee of some great gaming deals and the latest one is no different. This time you can get every game from Telltale Games on PC for as little as $15 (around £11.50). That’s a lot of adventuring and not a bad price for a collection of games…


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The Nintendo Switch’s online app is now available on the iOS App Store

By Jon Porter The Nintendo Switch‘s online companion app, which allows you to use voice chat with friends and invite them into games, is now live on the iOS app store. However, although the app currently allows you to sign into your Nintendo account, doing so returns an error code, along with a message that…


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Los 10 mejores portátiles para videojuegos de 2017

By Kevin Lee El descuento de HTC Vive puede ser algo tentador, pero no significa nada sin una plataforma lo suficientemente poderosa. Ahí es donde entran en juego las mejores computadoras portátiles. En el 2017, estamos en movimiento, aunque necesitamos que nuestros ordenadores sean tan poderosos como que sean portátiles -. Para así tomar ventaja…


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You can now take Runescape on the go thanks to mobile phone cross-play

By Jon Porter Back when pay-monthly was still a workable business model for MMORPGs, Runescape stood alone as an example of how to do free-to-play right. Now free-to-play is much more common amongst even premium MMOs, but Runescape doesn’t appear to be done innovating just yet. It’s launched a new mobile app that allows you…


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Star Wars AR headset will make HoloChess a reality

By Gerald Lynch A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, George Lucas created the best board game that was never to exist – Holochess, the Millennium Falcon’s holographic monster battler. Now, thanks to a partnership with Lenovo and through the power of augmented reality, Chewbacca’s favorite game will now (in some form)…


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