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Monthly Archives: March 2021

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Mar
30

Corsair K55 RGB Pro XT review – too much for membrane

Mechanical switches have become so synonymous with gaming keyboards that it’s jarring to see a known gaming hardware brand like Corsair releasing a membrane board as part of its gaming range. Corsair’s K55 Pro XT is an upgrade to its […]

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Mar
30

CPUs and GPUs could get even more expensive, as TSMC hikes wafer prices

Trying to source the best gaming CPU for your new PC has, so far, been a relatively stress-free experience, as it’s one component that’s relatively unaffected by the price increases hitting everything from the best graphics card to DDR4 RAM. This could all be […]

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Mar
30

These Skyrim mods are giving weapon animations a Dark Souls overhaul

Skyrim and Dark Souls are two of the most beloved RPG games of our time, with two distinct approaches to combat. Fans of both have posted mods in the past aiming to mash the two together – such as this […]

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Mar
30

Assassin’s Creed is getting its own take on Where’s Wally?

As long-time fans of the action-adventure games series will well know, Assassin’s Creed has taken us to many different places and time periods since its launch in 2007. Now, that’s all getting condensed into the pages of a fun new […]

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Mar
30

CS:GO’s Broken Fang Premier mode is now unlocked for all players

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – Operation Broken Fang ends soon, but before then Valve is giving all of the FPS game’s a chance to send off the op in style. The developer has announced it’s now unlocked Broken Fang’s Premier mode for all […]

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Mar
30

Netflix show boosts Dragon Knight’s pick rate in Dota 2

There’s now an animated Dota show – no, Netflix, I will not call it an anime no matter how stubbornly you insist it is one – and judging by the revamp to Dota 2‘s new player experience, Valve is hoping […]

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Mar
29

Terraria’s Steam Workshop support has arrived

Late last year, Terraria developer Re-Logic announced that the open-world sandbox game would be getting Steam Workshop support, but declined to say when it would arrive. It turns out, that day is today – with its latest patch, the Steam […]

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Mar
29

Here’s when Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War’s mid-season update goes live

The big mid-season update for Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War hits tomorrow, March 30, and being the big fans of FPS games that we are, we’re eagerly anticipating the patch that’s set to bring new maps, an […]

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Mar
29

Call of Duty: Warzone install size is finally shrinking – after a 50GB patch

Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops – Cold War are getting their big midseason update this week, and Warzone players in particular are in store for an absolutely massive patch. The upside? The install size for Warzone is finally […]

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Mar
29

Sega believes SteamDB is a pirate site, forces Yakuza: Like a Dragon page offline

SteamDB is a site that tracks various bits of public information provided by Steam itself, from player counts to regional pricing. It is not a platform that sells or distributes games, but SteamDB has now come under fire from Sega […]