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Now Is The Time For A NASCAR Driver Union

Last week, NASCAR and Atlanta Motor Speedway announced that the track would be undergoing a serious reconfiguration where most everyone was expecting nothing but a much-needed repave. The reaction from fans has largely been negative, and the few drivers that have been willing to speak about the change have voiced…Read more… Continue Reading at

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There Are Rumors That NASCAR’s Next-Gen Car Is A Disaster

If you’ve been on NASCAR Twitter or Reddit the past few days, you’ve probably heard some weird rumors about the Cup Series’ Next-Gen car. Specifically that it may be delayed. Specifically that it’s dangerous. Let’s walk through what appears to be going on.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Cyberpunk 2077 Is Looking Rough On PS4 And Xbox One At The Moment

I’ve spent an hour playing Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox One, and it hasn’t been pretty. Sometimes it’s been straight up ugly. Based on screenshots and footage other people are sharing online, I’m not alone.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Trying To Buy A Next-Gen Console Is Still A Nightmare

The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S are in high demand but short supply. That’s not completely surprising given the challenges of launching next-gen consoles in the middle of a pandemic. But trying to get a hold of one continues to be a bigger headache than it otherwise might be due to scalpers, scammers, and the […]

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Some Current-Gen Games Are Getting 120 FPS Support On Xbox Series X But Not PS5

Later this year, Rocket League will get an update that allows it to run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S. That same feature isn’t coming to the game on PS5, however. Developer Psyonix says that doing so would require “a full native port” unlike on Microsoft’s next-gen consoles. Read more…

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Bright Memory Is The Perfect Dark Zero Of 2020

The new consoles are launching with fewer next-gen only games than any previous generation. On the one hand, this means most of the games you can play on day one on PS5 and Xbox Series X are greats like Assassin’s Creed and Spider-Man. On the other hand, the meh launch games of old usually looked […]

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